As Colorado continues to rebuild from the historic flooding that resulted in the deaths of nine people and over $2 billion in property damage, some of the biggest names in music are coming together for a concert to raise money for the recovery effort.
Called "Colorado Rising," the Oct. 27th concert at the 1STBANK Center in Broomfield features a huge lineup including Dave Matthews, Big Head Todd and the Monsters, the Fray, members of the Lumineers, DeVotchKa, Nathaniel Rateliff and others.
"Coloradans unite during crisis -- so does the music community. We are thrilled so many musicians are coming together for this flood relief benefit concert," said Gov. John Hickenlooper in an AEG Live and Live Nation news release.
All proceeds from the concert will go directly to United Ways of Colorado Flood Recovery Fund.
Ticket prices range between $65 and $125 plus service charges and go on sale Friday, Oct. 18 at noon on tickethorse.com or by phone at 866-461-6556.
For more information on how to help Coloradans devastated by the flood, visit Colorado United, the state's official recovery website.
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