Dave Matthews, members of the Lumineers, DeVotchKa, Nathaniel Rateliff and Big Head Todd and the Monsters helped raise $500,000 with the Colorado Rising flood benefit concert.
Dave Matthews, the Fray, Big Head Todd and the Mosters, Members of the Lumineers, Devotchka, Nathaniel Rateliff and more will team up for a Colorado flood relief concert at 1stBank Center.
While in the middle of a two-day stint at the Greek Theater in L.A., the Lumineers stopped by “Jimmy Kimmel Live” to perform “Stubborn Love” and “Submarines.”
Denver’s the Lumineers and Nathaniel Rateliff performed with Dr. Dog at America’s Cup Pavilion in San Francisco on Sept. 25.
The National, the Lumineers, Big Gigantic and the Lyons music community have already organized benefits that have raised more than $40,000 for Colorado flood victims.
The Lumineers’ second of two sold out nights at Red Rocks brought intensity and an appearance by the Colorado Symphony Orchestra to a rain-soaked crowd on Sunday.
Deadly floods flashing across Colorado didn’t stop most fans from trekking to the high ground of Red Rocks Amphitheatre for the Lumineers’ first of two sold out concerts on Saturday.
As rain hammers parts of Colorado, causing flooding throughout Boulder County including the streamside Planet Bluegrass Ranch in Lyons, concert promoters are hesitant to cancel any outdoor shows just yet.
Surprisingly enough, the Lumineers performed on “The Colbert Report” on Monday and did not play “Ho Hey.” Instead the Colorado stompers brought “Stubborn Love” and “Submarines.”
On Saturday, Bonnaroo 2013 brought performances by the Lumineers, Jack Johnson, Nas and more.