BUFFALO ROSE: SENSORY FRIENDLY
Join Buffalo Rose for a sensory friendly concert. Everyone is invited, but especially friends and family in the Yampa Valley who have a sensory processing disorder. Lights will be up, the music will
Join Buffalo Rose for a sensory friendly concert. Everyone is invited, but especially friends and family in the Yampa Valley who have a sensory processing disorder. Lights will be up, the music will be soft, and there will be places to move around while you enjoy this sweet show.
Buffalo Rose takes the singer-songwriter tradition to a new level by crafting original songs which are emotive, meticulously arranged, and inspired by a world of idiosyncratic influences that never let a dull or predictable moment creep in.
The band released their debut album, The Soil and the Seed, in 2018 and established themselves as a vocal, instrumental, and creative force. Since then, Buffalo Rose has dropped two EPs, 2019’s Big Stampede and 2020’s Borrowed and Blue, opened for the Wood Brothers, Mipso, Pokey LaFarge, Tyler Childers, Infamous Stringdusters, and shared a festival stage with the legendary Sam Bush. The band’s upward trajectory continues into 2022 with their latest EP Rabbit, created in collaboration with Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award recipient Tom Paxton, followed by a new full-length LP scheduled for release later in the year.
*Music for the Community: Pay what you can! Strings welcomes music lovers of all ages to enjoy a family friendly performance without the worries of cost or seating. Attendees are invited to pay what they can and choose seats anywhere in the Pavilion.
On sale to the public May 11.
*Donors of $500 or more to the 2023 Strings Annual Fund are granted early ticket access.
(Monday) 11:00 am
Strings Music Pavilion
950 Strings Road
Music for the Community: Pay What You Can!
Strings Music Pavilion950 Strings Road