Grammy-nominated funk-jazz-soul-hip-hop-psychedelic-jam-experimental outfit Lettuce will come together after almost a year apart for a run of live shows at Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom in Denver, CO on February 18th and 19th. The four-show engagement (one early show and one late show per night) is presented by Live For Live Music and will be streamed exclusively via Mandolin.
Viewers can expect fully-immersive, unique sets from each show featuring new, unreleased music, no song repeats, and plenty of favorites from throughout the Lettuce catalog. Fans will have the option to purchase tickets for individual shows, sets of two or the full weekend series, and streams will be available for 48 hours after the initial performances. More information as well as tickets for the Mandolin experience and limited edition event merch can be found here. Livestream tickets for the Lettuce shows at Cervantes are on sale now.
The performances will mark the first live Lettuce shows since the start of the pandemic, when the band’s European tour was cut short following a March 11th, 2020 performance in Copenhagen. The Cervantes shows come as the band’s six members—Adam Deitch (drums), Adam “Shmeeans” Smirnoff (guitar), Erick “Jesus” Coomes (bass), Eric “Benny” Bloom (trumpet), Ryan Zoidis (saxophone), and Nigel Hall (keys, organ)—finally reunite to record new music to follow acclaimed recent releases Resonate and .
“We will be holding nothing back and extending every piece and fibre of our beings to make sure that this listening and visual experience is the best we have to offer in 2021,” shared Adam Deitch, founder and drummer. “We hope that everyone we have reached throughout the years is able to find the time to witness the greatest of all our reunions in the history of our band’s existence. … The level of excitement that we hold as a collective band and friends, shared Deitch, is off the charts for this next show we have.”
In addition to the livestream experience, a very limited, COVID-compliant stock of in-person ticket inventory will be available for each show at Cervantes. Only 50 in-person tickets to each show will be released. Each party will be required to arrive together and must remain in their designated group from arrival through departure from the venue. Masks must be worn at all times. Those tickets can be purchased only through the Cervantes point of sale here. Cervantes tickets will officially go on sale Thursday, Feb 4th at 12 p.m. MT / 2 p.m. ET.
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