Refunds to all shows (except for our outdoor performance at Freshgrass which we will perform at as planned) will be provided automatically at the point of purchase. We’re gutted that we won’t be back on stage with you this year, but are hopeful and optimistic we’ll be able to jam with you in a safer future.
Effective October 1, attendees will be required to show proof of full COVID-19 vaccination (14 days after second vaccine) with a matching valid ID to enter our venues. We will no longer accept negative PCR tests for entry starting October 1. Children ages 2-12 will not need proof of vaccination but will be required to wear masks while in the venue. All working staff are vaccinated and will be wearing masks. A photo or digital copy of your vaccination card will be accepted. Digital copies can be obtained through https://ciis.state.co.us/public/Application/PublicPortal or https://mycolorado.state.co.us.
Refunds are available if you or someone in your party will not be able to provide proof of full vaccination. We would appreciate it if you would contact us as soon as possible and at least one week prior to the show date at [email protected] to request a refund.
Marriage, birth, death, departure; for Dispatch’s Chadwick Stokes and Brad Corrigan, the only constant these past few years has been change. Add to that the divisive political climate, long-overdue reckonings on racial justice and gender equality, and a global pandemic, and you’ve got an idea of the tensions fueling the band’s extraordinary upcoming album. Marking the band’s eighth studio release, the songs on this record speak not only to the band’s personal evolution, but to human natureitself, charting a course from denial and resistance to growth and acceptance through deep introspection and empathetic character studies. The music is pure Dispatch, and the five piece continues to grow and push their boundaries, taking surprise turns without ever abandoning the signature sound that’s made them one of independent rock’s most indelible acts over the last two-and-a-half decades. The songs on Break Our Fall blend infectious roots rock with hints of reggae, folk, and blues, and the productionis similarly lean and energetic, leaving plenty of space for some of the group’s most pointed, political lyrics to date. The result is an ode to resilience and survival, a timely and essential album that still manages to find hope and joy on even the darkest of days.