DENVER — With a space of 60,000 square feet to work with and room for nearly 4,000 people, the Mission Ballroom, which opens August 7 in the River North (RiNo) neighborhood in Denver, already has quite the show lineup planned.
Here is everyone who is set to play the Mission Ballroom so far this year. The list will be updated as more shows are added.
- August 7 - The Lumineers
- August 9 - Trey Anastasio Band
- August 10 - Trey Anastasio Band
- August 11 - Gregory Alan Isakov
- August 12 - Ben Harper & the Innocent Criminals with Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue with Jessy Wilson
- August 13 - Steve Miller Band & Marty Stuart & His Fabulous Superlatives with Matt Anderson
- August 14 - Herbie Hancock & Kamasi Washington
- August 15 - George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic with Dumpstaphunk, Fishbone, Miss Velvet & The Blue Wolf
- August 19 - $uicideboy$ with Denzel Curry, Shoreline Mafia, City Morgue, GERM, Night Lovell and Trash Talk
- August 20 - $uicideboy$ with Denzel Curry, Shoreline Mafia, City Morgue, GERM, Night Lovell and Trash Talk
- August 21 - King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard
- August 24 - Highly Suspect
- September 1 - Flux Pavilion with Cookie Monsta, Funtcase, Chime and DMVU
- September 6 - The National with Alvvays
- September 7 - The National with Alvvays
- September 13 - Social Distortion and Flogging Molly with Le Butcherettes
- September 20 - Atmosphere with Brother Ali and Guests
- September 21 - Atmosphere with Prof and Guests
- September 23 - Maggie Rogers
- September 25 - The Tallest Man on Earth
- September 27 - Brandi Carlile with Courtney Marie Andrews
- September 28 - Brandi Carlile with Courtney Marie Andrews
- September 29 - Brandi Carlile with Lucie Silvas
- September 30 - Marina
- October 9 - The Raconteurs
- November 22 - Seven Lions with Crystal Skies and Last Heroes
Some shows at Mission Ballroom will use a new ticketing program called "Mission Fair Ticketing," concert promoter AEG Presents says.
The system, designed to give equal access for tickets to all fans, will utilize a registration system. AEG Presents said automated ticket-buying programs and ticket brokers will be unable to buy blocks of tickets.
AEG Presents stated the "cutting-edge method is accessible and straightforward, and more fair than traditional ticketing platforms," adding that there will be no specific time and place one must be to buy a ticket, guests will not have to constantly refresh a web browser, nor stand in line.
"Everyone who wants a ticket has an equal chance of obtaining one, and the process is user-friendly," the concert promoter noted.
Not all events at Mission Ballroom will use the Mission Fair Ticketing system and shows using it will be clearly noted.
To learn more about ticketing and to purchase tickets to shows, visit missionballroom.com.
RELATED: Who's playing Red Rocks in 2019?
SUGGESTED VIDEOS | Feature stories from 9NEWS