Arrested Development Concert for Arts Education
Saturday, July 6, 2019
8pm, Doors open at 7pm
All Ages Show
Early Bird GA: $22
At the Arts Festival: $26
VIP Tickets: $50
*VIP tickets include a premium viewing experience & two complimentary drinks.
Proceeds benefit the non-profit CherryArts mission to provide access to art experiences and support arts education in Colorado.
MAIN ENTRANCE: 2nd Avenue and Fillmore Street, Cherry Creek North, rain or shine. Coolers are not allowed and personal items are subject to search, portable chairs welcome, but plenty of seating is provided. Awesome food and beverage opportunities will be available.
“I wish the energy in the room could have been bottled.” — John’s London Music Reviews
“The levels of energy being pushed out from the stage didn’t let up for one minute” — Steve Muscutt MusoMuso
“I found myself with an awareness so clear I was covered with goosebumps” — Live in The CLE
ABOUT: Grammy Award winning, Hip-hop trailblazers since 1991, Arrested Development have been cultural champions of consciousness and empowerment across the planet. Their eclectic, vibrant sound creates an atmosphere of cultural consciousness for all to enjoy with a unique clash of rhythms and style that continue to contrast the expected look and sound of Hip-hop culture.As one of hip-hop’s best, they have performed sold-out concerts in every part of the world and are best known for their hits, Tennessee, Mr. Wendel, and People Everyday.Their album, “3 Years, 5 Months and 2 Days in the Life of…”, earned them two Grammy awards for Best New Artist and Best Rap Single (Tennessee), 2 MTV awards, a Soul Train Music Award, and the NCAAP Image Award. Rolling Stone magazine named them Band of The Year in 1992, while VH-1 named them one of the greatest Hip-hop artists of all time! The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame even named the AD smash “Tennessee” one of the 500 Songs That Shaped Rock and Roll. Originally from Atlanta, Georgia, Arrested Development first formed in 1988. Their shows are a celebration of life and have become one of the most respected and influential alternative hip-hop acts of their generation.
2018 Photo by Liz Levy