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The String Cheese Incident, The 1975 and Pentatonix announce plans to celebrate the holidays with Denver


Summer is officially over. And while Denver may have had one of its hottest and longest seasons in recent memory – with almost more 90°+ days than any other year on record – fall has finally made its way to the Colorado, and once October gives way to November, the holiday season will be upon us. And artists are already rushing to share their holiday plans, including recent announcements from The String Cheese Incident, The 1975, Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats and Pentatonix, all of which plan to celebrate with Denver.

READ: Nathaniel Rateliff and the night sweats announce this year’s annual holiday show at the Ball Arena

Earlier this week, Denver’s own Nathaniel Rateliff and night sweats kicked off the first in a series of winter show announcements, with the news that this year’s “Annual Holiday Show” will be the biggest yet, taking place at Ball Arena. KTCL Channel 93.3 has also unveiled the lineup for this year’s “Not So Silent Night” – and while we’re still a month away from Halloween, it’s one holiday show we really can’t wait for.

The long-running winter staple never fails to disappoint, bringing notable national artists alongside local favorites – and this year’s December 6 show will be no exception. Returning to Mission Ballroom for the second year in a row, “Not So Silent Night” proudly proclaims The 1975 as this year’s headliner, with support from opening bands Lovelytheband and locals Neon The Bishop.

Photo by Mark Tepsic

International acapella stars pentatonix announced their “Pentatonix: A Christmas Spectacular!” – a 22-date North American tour, which will see the band take over Ball Arena for a night filled with Christmas carols in late November. And just before hitting the road, Pentatonix also plans to release their sixth full-length holiday album, Holidays around the worldwhich promises to include new interpretations of familiar songs and collaborations with international artists.

And last, but certainly not the least noteworthy of this week’s announcements, the Colorado staple String Cheese Incident will wrap up the holiday festivities with a three-day takeover of Mission Ballroom. Starting December 29, the three-day affair will end on December 31 – and ringing in the new year with the String Cheese incident will be a perfect way to say goodbye to 2022.



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