Kitchen Dwellers w/ High Country Hustle - Mishawaka

Kitchen Dwellers w/ High Country Hustle

All Ages
Saturday, May 25, 2024
8pm
Kitchen Dwellers
w/ High Country Hustle

13714 POUDRE CANYON HIGHWAY 
BELLVUE, COLORADO 80512

Organic Alternatives General Admission (GA)
Undesignated floor space available on a first come, first served basis.
Standing Room Only.

VIP Deck Seating 
Enjoy seating, full bar/grill service, and a dedicated server with a specialized view of the show from one of two VIP Decks.
Choose Twisted Tea Par-Tea VIP (a Stage Right up-close-and-personal setting), or Spindrift Spiked VIP (a Birds Eye terrace view from above the GA space).
Limited VIP quantities available.

$1.00 of ticketing fees for every ticket sold will be donated to Backline Care, a national 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that connects music industry professionals with mental health and wellness resources.

ADA Accommodations are available and can be made on a first-come, first-served basis by emailing boxoffice@themishawaka.com

MESSAGE TO TICKET BUYER

WARNING: THE MISHAWAKA IS A SHUTTLE-TO VENUE.

You MUST ALSO arrange transportation separately to get to the Mish!
You will be prompted to purchase SHUTTLE or PARKING at the end of your purchase.

A link is also provided in your ticket confirmation message.
Space is limited and these services are not guaranteed or grounds for a refund.

Kitchen Dwellers formed three years ago below the Bridger Mountains with the sizzle of afternoon breakfast and the warmth of Irish coffee brewing in the kitchen. What began as a trio, Shawn Swain, Joe Funk, and Kyle Shelstad began writing music and playing traditionals searching for originality and occasionally, other life forms. Torrin Daniels was quickly added on Banjo and the band began playing shows around Bozeman, Montana. They added Jesse Bulter on fiddle just in time to hit the road for Colorado and complete their sound. The Kitchen Dwellers have shared the stage with high profile artists like Railroad Earth, Greensky Bluegrass, the Deadly Gentlemen, Head for the Hills , Town Mountain, Pete Kartsounes, and WhiteWater Ramble. The band has played many high profile venues in the west such as The Bluebird Theater, The Mishawaka Amphitheater, The Oriental Theater, and The Emerson Theater. They continue to master their sound, create original work, and foster their live performances.