Blog - Mishawaka

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  • An Evening of Wondrous Wubs with The Widdler - This past Friday, the widely recognized innovator and originator of dub sound, The Widdler, tore up our Poudre Canyon stage. With the help of Coki, LitaLotus, Die by the Sword, and Mesophonic, all the DJs collectively forged an electric atmosphere for an unforgettable night of sonic riddim sounds and deep bass dubstep at the Mishawaka […]
  • Rockin’ On The River with The Church & The Afghan Whigs - Wednesday night started off an electric week of concerts at The Mishawaka. It was a cross-continental masterpiece starting with an opener from London, and American/Australian co-billed headliners.  As the sun began to set, fans entered the venue as Ed Hardcourt opened the night with lively Indie tunes to set the tone and get the crowd […]
  • Fiddles and Freedom: An Unforgettable Weekend with The Infamous Stringdusters - This past weekend, The Grammy Award-winning jamgrass quintet The Infamous Stringdusters graced our stage for two back-to-back nights. With support from The Fretliners and The Last Revel, all three bands brought their incredible talent and high energy for two unforgettable nights of banjo pickin’ and fiddle shreddin’ at The Mishawaka Amphitheatre. Kicking off the two-night […]
  • Dark Star Orchestra Join Us for a Sold Out 4th of July Show - This Independence Day, the Mishawaka welcomed back the widely popular Grateful Dead tribute band, Dark Star Orchestra (DSO). On this blue sky 4th of July a thousand audience members joined the Mish and Dark Star Orchestra to celebrate the red, white, and blue, Poudre Canyon style. With temperatures in the 70s and the river water […]
  • Heavenly Harmonies and Twangy Tunes with Jamestown Revival - This past Wednesday, American folk duo Jamestown Revival returned to our Poudre Canyon stage, accompanied by support artist Coleman Jennings. With both acts based in Austin, Texas, they collectively delivered a unique twangy sound for a delightful summer evening filled with heavenly harmonies and divine pedal steel guitar vibratos. While on his first tour outside […]
  • Live on the Lanes Recap: What We’ve Been Up To - The Ephinjis at 100 Nickel The first band of tonight was The Long Bright Dark, playing their first-ever show (although it definitely didn’t sound like it). They were a pretty standard three-piece band consisting of guitar, bass, drums, and vocals from the bassist. This set was a super strong start to the night. It had […]
  • Vibing with Dogs In A Pile and Amorphic: The Young Men Changing the Jam Scene - On this rainy yet fun-filled night of jams, Dogs in a Pile and Amorphic lit up the Poudre Canyon here around Mishawaka! These two jam bands brought tons of energy which reverberated throughout the canyon walls, creating a musical experience like no other! Both acts of the night ensured that everyone in attendance was swept […]
  • Old Crow Medicine Show Til’ the Cows Come Home - This past weekend, the Old Crow Medicine Show visited our lovely canyon for two nights in a row. The band has been making tunes and jamming out since 1988 and has played music festivals all around the country. Their song “Wagon Wheel,” is a certified classic and even went platinum. It was of course an […]
  • An Electrifying Evening with HeartByrne: A Tribute to The Talking Heads - As everyone was flowing into the Mishawaka Saturday for an all night Tribute show, people were filled with excitement, joy, and happy faces! HeartByrne along with their supporting bands, Steely Dead and All Night Train, could not wait to get up on the infamous stage here at the Mishawaka! The venue truly has a magical […]
  • Funky Electronic Jam Bands – SunSquabi w/ Marvel Years and Kaptain - This past Friday, the electronic jam band SunSquabi joined us at the Mishawaka for a night of jamming out on the river. SunSquabi brought two supporting artists with them, Marvel Years and Kaptain. The evening started with a grooving set from a local Denver producer, Kaptain. Kaptain performed a high-energy synthesizer set with his guitarist […]