Disco Biscuits Return to Colorado to ‘Feed the Rocks’
Fans of the Disco Biscuits across the country were in uproar last week over a leaked promotional flyer for Feed the Rocks, which featured a faint Bisco symbol in the background. The rumor was that the flyer was promoting an upcoming Disco Biscuits benefit concert at Red Rocks in Morrison, Colorado in April. As soon as the image was posted, music blogs, news outlets and social media were abuzz with talk of the potential show. Biscuits fans collectively held their breath and sure enough a few days later the band officially confirmed the date and revealed that they’d also be playing two nights at the intimate Boulder Theater, giving their loyal following another solid opportunity to see them before Camp Bisco in July. With repeated explanation from Biscuits members that their focus is now on quality over quantity when it comes to live performances, each tour date has more weight and meaning, resulting in sold out venues and intricate set lists.
Feed the Rocks is on Saturday April 27, 2013 at the stunning Red Rocks Ampitheater in Colorado.
The Disco Biscuits will also be playing at the Boulder Theater Thursday April 25 and Friday April 26th (SOLD OUT).
This time was no different, with 3 day passes selling out in a mere twenty minutes! The Disco Biscuits have brought on the beloved purveyors of all things weird, Shpongle, skilled producer and musician, RJD2, and innovative psychedelic blues trio, Dragondeer, on for support.
Not only is the lineup marvelous, the event has a philanthropic side, too. Feed the Rocks is an Earth Day event produced by People Helping People with benefits going to the Denver Parks & Recreation Department and the Red Rocks Amphitheater. Explanation for the benevolence from the official Feed the Rocks site reads: “More than one billion people worldwide, many of them children, participate in or recognize Earth Day in some way, making it one of the largest civic observances in the world. So why in Colorado? A perfect spot to celebrate an Earth Day event in the place where people make great efforts to LNT (leave no trace) and keep CO a spectacular place to live.”
Three day passes are sold out but a limited number of 4/27 Red Rocks Amphitheatre single-day tickets will be available on Ticketfly today at Noon MT (2PM EST). They’ll likely go quickly but if you miss out more will be on sale Friday 3/8 at 10 AM on Ticketmaster.