Music show

Upcoming All-Inclusive Musical Show to Benefit Out Boulder County – Colorado Hometown Weekly

Queer artists, interactive arts and entertainment, and drag performances are coming together in Lafayette this month to support the nonprofit Out Boulder County.

Starting at 6 p.m. on September 25, the event will take place at Confluence Garage at 75 Waneka Parkway.

All profits from the show will be shared between the artists and the organization.

“Like every event that Out Boulder County hosts, whether it’s our event or a collaboration with another organization or group, the message is always unity, community, being there for each other. others and support each other,” said Alejandro Rodriguez, BIPOC and Spanish Access Coordinator. in Out Boulder County.

“I think an event like this has the potential to remind people that we are here for the community, we are here to offer support to the community. It’s time to come together, now more than ever.

Rodriguez said the funds raised will go to the organization’s BIPOC programs. There is a suggested $10 donation at the door, but the event is free to the public.

Dave Heinrich, owner of Tier Two Live, co-organizer of the event, said he hopes to raise between $1,000 and $1,500.

“I think it would be really fun as an annual event,” Heinrich said. “I hope it will be well received both in the community and with the artists. We really hope for a fun night and for everyone to have a good time.

The event will include musical performances by:

  • Joseph Lamar
  • Grace DeVine
  • Machu Linea
  • loose toof
  • Princess Dewclaw
  • Day of Joshua

There will also be special guest performances by Umami Goddess, Soña Rita and London Shanel.

This event is supported by the Lafayette Cultural Arts Commission and Youth On Record.

“Through the Arts in Community Grants program, the Lafayette Cultural Arts Commission is proud to support Tier Two Live,” Lafayette Director of Arts and Cultural Resources Susan Booker wrote in an email.

“David Heinrich and his team do a great job of providing an accessible concert hall for all ages and all groups in our diverse community. They offer both emerging and experienced musicians the opportunity to showcase their music. Supporting this event is part of our mission for these grants.

Doors open at 5:30 p.m. For more information, visit