Paramore singer Hayley Williams has a hotly anticipated new solo album and a tour that brings her by the Paramount Theatre on June 3. Tickets for the Petals for Armor date, with Arlo Parks, are on sale at 10 a.m. March 13 for $39.50-$69.50 via axs.com.
Lynyrd Skynyrd’s farewell tour, The Last of the Street Survivors, swings by Red Rocks Amphitheatre Sept. 28. Tickets for the all-ages concert, $51-$151, are on sale at 10 a.m. March 13 via axs.com.
Remember Snow Patrol? The Northern-Irish/Scottish pop-rock act is certainly hoping so as it embarks on a North American acoustic tour. Tickets for the Oct. 13 Colorado stop at the Paramount Theatre are on sale at 10 a.m. March 13. ($49.75-$59.75, altitudetickets.com)
North Carolina duo Mandolin Orange is headlining a night of modern folk at Red Rocks on Oct. 4, with sets from Tallest Man on Earth and Bonny Light Horseman. Grab passes for the all-ages show, $42.50-$75, starting at 10 a.m. March 13. (axs.com)
The Oak Ridge Boys carved a career back when country and gospel weren’t as seemingly estranged as they are now. The band headlines Levitt Pavilion on July 9 as part of the venue’s admission-based series. (View Levitt’s growing list of free concerts at theknow.denverpost.com.) Tickets are on sale at 10 a.m. March 13. Kids 6 and under are free on the GA lawn. ($25-$64.50, ticketmaster.com)
Hip-hop’s durable Atmosphere returns to Red Rocks Aug. 29 with as-yet-to-be-announced guests. Tickets for the all-ages set are on sale at 10 a.m. March 13. ($45-$69.50, axs.com)
The Greeley Stampede finalized its 2020 concert lineup last week with the announcement of 3 Doors Down on June 27, joining previously announced shows from Chris Young (June 26), Lecrae (June 28), Brett Young (July 2), LoCash and Phil Vassar (July 3), and Jon Pardi (July 4). Tickets for the shows at Greeley Independence Stadium, part of the Stampede 99th installment, are on sale. $35-$45 per show at greeleystampede.org.
Plucky Arizona band Jimmy Eat World has often been characterized as emo, but its 27-year career implies broader appeal. As part of its new Criminal Energy tour, the band will headline the Fillmore Auditorium on Aug. 31, with tickets on sale as of March 10. They’re available via livenation.com, although prices have not been made public owing to Live Nation’s policy of withholding them from press releases. The Front Bottoms and Joyce Manor will open.
East Texas balladeer Paul Cauthen hits Englewood’s Gothic Theatre on May 8, and tickets for the 16-and-up show ($25.50-$30) are on sale at 10 a.m. March 13 at axs.com.
Stand-up Fortune Feimster has added a second show to her stop at the University of Denver’s Newman Center on Sept. 18. Tickets are on sale. ($29.50-$39.50, newmantix.com)
Also in comedy: Mike Birbiglia will bring a pair of shows to the Paramount June 5-6, although at this point only the June 6 show has more than a few tickets left. Grab them now for $29.50-$55 at altitudetickets.com.