An adventure of a performance, DeVotchKa played a sold out Red Rocks backed by the Colorado Symphony Orchestra. And if that wasn’t enough, they were joined by El Sistema Colorado and acrobats.
DeVotchKa played a surprise show at the 75-capacity Lost Lake Lounge in Denver on Sunday.
Less than a week before the band plays Red Rocks Amphitheatre, DeVotchKa will perform at the 75-person capacity Lost Lake Lounge on July 13, the venue announced today.
DeVotchKa wrapped up a three-night, intimate run at the Mercury Cafe in Denver on Saturday.
Buoyed by peerless sound production, the DeVotchKa’s acclaimed multi-instrumentation was crisp and Nick Urata’s vocals swirled in a commanding hum at the Mercury Cafe on Valentine’s Day.
DeVotchKa’s Nick Urata talks to Reverb about a new album in the works and love and loss in his writing ahead of the band’s Valentine’s Day show.
Skeleton paint on their faces and clad in Ushaka hats and Babushkas, DeVotchKa celebrated Day of the Dead at the Boulder Theater on Saturday.
Complete with aerialists, sugar skulls and spooky pageantry, DeVotchKa brought its annual Halloween concert to the Gothic Theatre on Thursday.
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.
Topping our picks of best Colorado shows this week are Tame Impala, DeVotchKa and more.