- Box Office: 720.509.1000
- 10075 Commons Street, Lone Tree CO. 80124
Tunes on the Terrace: Tropical Coyotes
Saturday, June 29, 2013
The Tropical Coyotes are a fun, family friendly band that plays calypso, parrot head favorites and beach rock. Their frontman, "Big Bamboo", comes north to Colorado every summer from Mexico, his home base. The band has been been bringing the tropics to Colorado for fourteen years, and always features some of the area's finest musicians. Bring the kids, bring your island wear, and leave your worries and cares at home! Warning: Tropical Coyote shows have been known to erupt in conga lines and limbo!
This "musical cruise to the tropics" features Erik "Bamboo" Meyer as cruise director, vocalist, and percussionist. Joining in on the trip will be several outstanding musicians. David Wohl is an accomplished keyboard player who has served as composer and musical director for off Broadway musical theater, as well as a sideman in diverse groups. Featured on electric and acoustic guitars, Scott Smith is also a veteran of musical theater, and a top studio musician. Ralph Rivera covers bass and vocals. He has toured and recorded since he was 17 years old. A very special guest artist for this show is woodwinds wonder Bob Rebholz. He is a Grammy nominated artist, and amazing talent. This promises to be a fine trip indeed!
Tickets are $15 for lawn seating & $20 for a reserved chair. As an outdoor venue, the Terrace Theater has special considerations. Please note these before arrriving for your concert:
- There can be NO OUTSIDE ALCOHOL brought into the theater. This is a State of Colorado regulation and not a policy we can change. We will have wine, beer, and cocktails available for sale inside the ticketed area.
- You may bring food or non-alcoholic beverages into the theater.
- Doors open at 7pm.
- All chairs are reserved. The lawn accomodates patrons on a general admission basis.
- NO CHAIRS may be brought into the theater. You may bring in blankets or cushions.
- In the event of inclement weather, every effort will be made to continue the performance indoors. Patrons will be notified via email should the venue change.