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Denver’s Summer Guide to Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox


Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox has been a staple of the Denver music scene since opening its doors in 2015. After a renovation forced them to close earlier this year, Justin Cucci’s Soapbox is back in full swing – presenting an electrifying concert lineup and delicious food and cocktails to savor this summer. Browse upcoming shows on the next-level experience hosted only at Ophelia.

READ: Ophelia’s electric soapbox returns to live music with new twists

Photo by Roxanna Carrasco

Notable highlights of the summer lineup include producer/DJ, LTJ Bukem, who will bring his unique, jazzy atmospheric drums and bass to Ophelia’s. Trained in jazz and classical, Bukem broke into the 90s rave scene spinning Detroit-inspired techno, rare groove tracks, house and acid jazz. From the other side of the world, the group We Banjo 3 will deliver a mix of traditional Irish, old-school Americana and bluegrass. The genre spectrum is sure to welcome Denver’s new favorite band.

See the full list of summer shows at Ophelia below:

Jul 16 – New family dog ​​(Brunch), Siembra

July 17 – New family dog ​​(Brunch)

July 18 – Kamal Williams

July 20 – Mark Levy, Todd Smallie and Taylor Scott

22nd of July – LTJ Bukem

July 23 – INSTANTANEOUS! 90s dance party

July 27 – Future Classixx

July 28 – Bill Nershi, Jilian Nershi, Ross James and more

July 29 – Shakedown Bar Vail Presents: A Tribute to Tom Petty

July 30 – Austin Johnson (Brunch), We Banjo 3

July 31 –Shawn Eckels (Brunch)

August 2nd – Black Joe Lewis and the Honeybears

August 3 – Winston Surfshirt, John Hooper Duo

5 August –Ryan Montbleau Band

August 7 – Iguanas

August 11 – Queen of El Cid

August 18 –Shamir

August 19 -Emily Wolfe

September 10 – Eric Hutchinson

September 14 – Oh he’s dead

Tickets are on sale now at opheliasdenver.com with ticket prices ranging from $0 to $30.



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