Lotus announced their first five headlining shows of 2020. The band’s annual visit to the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado is included as well as a pair of two-night stands.
On January 17 and 18, Lotus will play Chicago’s Park West. Next up are shows at The National in Richmond on January 31 and February 1. The livetronica act returns to Red Rocks on April 25. Lotus will dip into their Modular Dance material for a special set at Red Rocks. Marc Rebillet, Breakbot (DJ Set) and Eminence Ensemble will open for Lotus at the Morrison, Colorado venue. The show marks the Red Rocks debut for Colorado’s own Eminence Ensemble.
Zedd (real name Anton Zaslavski) will be heading to Red Rocks with Hippie Sabotage, Snakehips, and Dwilly along for support. The eclectic lineup reads something more like a small festival than a regular tour stop. Similar to his 2018 Zedd in the Park event, Zaslavski is sparing no expense. He’s promising all-new show production, too.
“It has been a dream of mine to play my own Red Rocks show ever since I saw Incubus’ Alive DVD at this magical venue many, many years ago,” said Zaslavski. “I’m beyond excited to finally announce this show and bring my new production to Red Rocks!”
Fan presale for Zedd on the Rocks begins Wednesday, February 27th at 10:00 AM MST. General tickets will be on sale this Friday, March 1st at 10 AM MST. Grab tickets at ZeddOnTheRocks.com
It’s been nearly 14 years since The Rolling Stones gathered into the Mile High City, and todaythey’ve officially announced their return. According to Rolling Stone, The band is making their return on May 26, 2019, in Sports Authority Field. Ahead of today’s announcement, the band suspended a mysterious banner along with other signage around Denver teasing their imminent return and sparking a fervor of excited fans hoping to catch the somewhat elusive superstars.
The coming “No Filter Tour” finds that the band coming off several overseas and stateside tours through the years, and is actually their initial Denver series since “A Bigger Bang Tour” at 2005. At present, there’s not any report as the if the band will release new stuff, but with a discography as heavy as The Rolling Stones, new material isn’t even necessary. Similarly, the band hasn’t announced who will open the coming tour. Tickets for the upcoming performance are available today at buytickets.com. Check out the comprehensive set of US dates under.
April 20th — Miami Gardens, FL @ Hard Rock Stadium April 24th — Jacksonville, FL @ TIAA Bank Field April 28th — Houston, TX@ NRG Stadium May 7th — Glendale, AZ @ State Farm Stadium May 11th — Pasadena, CA @ The Rose Bowl May 18th — Santa Clara, CA @ Levi’s Stadium May 22nd — Seattle, WA @ CenturyLink Field May 26th — Denver, CO @ Broncos Stadium in Mile High May 31st — Washington, D.C. @ FedExField June 4th — Philadelphia, PA @ Lincoln Financial Field June 8th — Foxborough, MA @ Gillette Stadium June 13th — East Rutherford, NJ @ MetLife Stadium June 21st — Chicago, IL @ Soldier Field
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The Broncos should extend Chubb’therefore playing time past the two possessions to the unit. Transitioning from a 4-3 defensive end to a 3-4 strongside linebacker at the bottom package means Chubb should take extra snaps so he can be accustomed to the policy and responsibilities in the run game once Seattle visits Week 1.
2. Paxton Lynch
The backup quarterback project remains his to lose, therefore Lynch shouldn’t give trainer Vance Joseph a chance to open up the contest. Lynch could get two-plus quarters to show the coaching staff and front office that they don’t must invest Sunday calling a veteran free agent passer or another team to inquire about a transaction. The Broncos’ expect that Lynch is he plays better than he practices.
3. DeMarcus Walker
Back at his natural defensive end location and back up to his organic 280 pounds, Walker is vying for a turning place as a backup end and sub-package interior pass rusher. He wants a successful preseason to prove he can be part of their game-day mix. “The matches will tell a story,” Joseph stated. “Live soccer and shooting on double-team cubes will be large for him along with his size gap (from last year). ”
4. Brendan Langley
A third-round pick in 2017, Langley probably starts the game component of training camp since the first time cornerback. The Broncos signed veteran Tramaine Brock and drafted Isaac Yiadom this offseason; Yiadom, in particular, has outplayed Langley. Joseph was back in his analysis of Langley on Thursday, stating he had a “OK week. ” He also needs to be better-than-OK and quickly.
5. DaeSean Hamilton
Hamilton has been semi-lost in the shuffle during camp because of Courtland Sutton’s star turn along with the unexpected play of River Cracraft and Tim Patrick. But Hamilton is making this group and he will use a solid August for a big portion of the game program come September. We’d love to watch him play with Keenum on Saturday because Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders don’t need much work.
About the Vikings
Last year: 13-3 (initial in NFC North). Lost to Philadelphia in NFC title game.
Coach: Mike Zimmer (fifth season ).
Additions: QB Kirk Cousins (Washington), DT Sheldon Richardson (Seattle), QB Trevor Siemian (Broncos) and also LG Tom Compton (Chicago)
Departures: QB Case Keenum (Broncos), QB Sam Bradford (Arizona), QB Teddy Bridgewater (New York Jets) and RB Jerick McKinnon (San Francisco).
Outlook: Cousins creates his Vikings debut together with fresh offensive coordinator John DeFillippo, formerly Philadelphia’s qquarterback’scoach. … The league’s top-ranked defense in yards (275.9) and scoring (15.8) returns 10 starters and added Richardson. … The Vikings’ offensive lineup, however, needs sorting out. LG Nick Easton (neck) is headed to injured reserve and C Pat Elfelin is rehabbing a foot injury sustained last year and RG Mike Remmers hasn’t practiced since July 31.
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