And here’s a video above to whet your appetite. The first 10 people to email your name to thebigsomething@krcc.org will get a pair of tickets ($24 value) to see Valerie June tonight at Venue 515 as a warmup for tomorrow’s Newhoma Music and Mountain Festival in Woodland Park.

PLEASE NOTE: You must be able to pick up the tickets at 912 N. Weber St. today before 6 p.m.

Show starts at 7 p.m. at Venue 515 in Manitou. Click HERE for directions.

 

4 Responses to Win Tickets to see Valerie June tonight at Venue 515!

  1. Dixie Cole says:

    Very Good! Is this how we attempt to be one of the ten selected to see the show this evening?

  2. Mary says:

    Valerie’s good! And whoever did the film is good too. Interesting little clean room, a guitar on the bed, poetry on a mirror. Soft sunlight. Cool.

  3. Bob Sounart says:

    Fingers crossed

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