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Published: 2014/06/02

Umphrey’s Mondays Return with Similar Skin Release Party

Umphrey’s Mondays will return to The 1up-Colfax on June 9 and will feature an album release party as the band readies the release of Similar Skin on June 10. Denver fans will have one of the first opportunities to listen to the album at the party as well as chances to purchase the album.

Umphrey’s Mondays is a monthly gathering of the band’s fans centered around screening recent and classic UM shows. The first event, held in 2011, is the brainchild of Umphrey’s fan Abby Radbill. The free event begins at 7:30 PM and is open to everyone 18 and older.

As always, raffles will be held throughout the evening with prizes that include tickets to UM’s sold out Boulder Theater show on July 4 as well as the band’s Red Rocks show on July 5 and more.


There are 3 comments associated with this post

Number two June 2, 2014, 21:36:43

These guys just sucking the fan base dry. They had a 300 buck album release party show in New York already, so time to nail the COUMPHANS. They are like the annoying bitch who celebrates her birthday for a month with this plainly sub average album, but they do it to make money. Remember when they donated 15 bucks out of a 180 buck ticket to our states flood relief over the holidays at this same type of event. Prostitution is still illegal in CO, although I am all for it.

Correction June 2, 2014, 21:39:27

The party in NYC was only 299 a ticket and it was for their new label, which this album is coming out on. Enormous difference, in marketing.

jackshant June 3, 2014, 15:36:17

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