Sounds Exciting! presents Andrew McConathy & The Drunken Hearts
All seating is first-come, first-served lawn seating, with blankets and low-height lawn chairs permitted.
Seating areas will not be marked, but the venue capacity will be decreased to create social distancing.
Back this year! Season Pass holders will have access to our "Fast Pass" lane and will enjoy expedited entry into each show.
Concertgoers can bring picnics or enjoy dining options at food and ice cream trucks and the Beer Garden presented by Foothills Credit Union.
A water bottle refill station is on-site.
6 p.m. - Gates open
6:15 p.m. - The Threadbarons
7:15 p.m. - Andrew McConathy & The Drunken Hearts
Pizza | Wheels on Fire
Popcorn | Buckaroo Enterprises
Ice Cream | Em's Ice Cream
Visit Lakewood.org/Concessions the week of the show for full menu items and ordering options.
Cancellation by Lakewood
The concert series is subject to change as a result of public health orders. If Lakewood must cancel a concert, your ticket purchase will be refunded in full.
Cancellation by Ticket Holder
In the event of illness or exposure, tickets are refundable in advance of the show less a $1 processing fee per ticket. Call the box office at 303-987-7845 (Mon-Fri, 10am - 3pm) to discuss your options.
In lieu of cancellation, please consider donating the price of your ticket to support Lakewood’s Heritage, Culture & the Arts.
Cancellation due to Weather
Concerts will be held rain or shine. In the case of severe weather that requires evacuation of the concert site, your ticket will be available for a refund by request only. Check Facebook.com/HeritageLakewood for day-of updates.
In the case of questionable weather the day of the concert, we will primarily communicate via email to the email used in your purchase. Please watch that email for important updates.
“...An electrifying force of Americana music."
From their humble inception as an acoustic trio, The Drunken Hearts have grown into an electric five-piece that is captivating audiences across the country. The Colorado-based band fearlessly bottles a tempestuous, yet honest brand of American music — infusing spirited vocals with electric and acoustic instruments, and crafting thoughtful songs that are resonating with crowds everywhere.
A limited number of tickets will be released on Monday, July 12 at 10 a.m.
Opener: The Threadbarons
Based out of Denver, Colorado, members hail from New York and Pennsylvania; the midwest and west Texas. They range in age from their freshly matured 30s to their deeply weathered 60s. The music of the Threadbarons is informed by the vast variety of life. "If the ThreadBarons' moniker is a play on the word "threadbare," it fits the weathered Americana made by [this] Denver quartet." described Westword.
You’ll hear the inspirations: Dylan in his electric years; Wilco in their prime. You may be reminded of The Band, as various members take the mic. But you might not hear a more authentic commentary on the very human road we all travel.
Make sure to enjoy the rest of the Sounds Exciting! series
June 14: Hazel Miller & The Collective (rhythm and blues) with Julia Kirkwood
June 24: The Broadcast (soul) with Zoe Berman
July 8: Dakota Blonde (acoustic folk) with Pennies on the Track
July 15: Andrew McConathy & The Drunken Hearts (Americana) with The ThreadBarons
July 22: Graham Good & The Painters (funky rock ‘n’ roll) with Foxfeather
July 29: Wood Belly (bluegrass) with The Wrecklunds.
The 2021 Sounds Exciting! Summer Concert series is generously supported by the SCFD, Credit Union of Colorado, Foothills Credit Union, Alameda Connects and Tedford Commercial Real Estate.
In our attempt to provide our patrons with a safe and comfortable concert experience, we ask that you please adhere to our following guidelines:
We ask that face coverings be worn over your nose and mouth when you are moving through the venue. They may be removed when seated. If you arrive without a face covering, we are happy to provide you with one.
Please stay at least six feet apart from those not in your party. Decals on the floor and ground will indicate where it’s safe to stand when in lines and in the bathroom. Please keep six feet apart in common areas such as the lobby, bathrooms, and amphitheater grounds.
Please wash your hands frequently and use the sanitizing stations set up throughout the venue.
DON’T FEEL WELL?
If your temperature is above 100.4 degrees or you’re not feeling well, please stay home. We offer refunds or account credits for those who are ill or may have been exposed.
FOOD AND BEVERAGE
Food truck fare, snacks and alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase. Visit Lakewood.org/Concessions the week of your show to view menu and ordering options. Please do not eat or drink until you have returned to your seat. You are welcome to bring a picnic, but no alcohol or glass bottles are permitted.
The lawn seating will be filled at 50% capacity. Please socially distance between your party and others when choosing your spot on the hill.
All ticket buyers will provide name, address, phone number and e-mail address (if applicable). This information will be used to contact you if any cases of illness are identified in conjunction with the event.
By attending this event, you assume all liability for any illness or injury that may occur as a result of your attendance.