The Elephant Revival show at GAMH on Friday, April 6th has been cancelled. From the band…
‘Due to family matters, Elephant Revival will be going on hiatus after their upcoming performance at Red Rocks on May 20th. The band will also be appearing at a few select festivals, listed below, and cancelling all other shows.
Brought together 11 years ago by a unified sense of purpose, Elephant Revival has embodied the importance of harmony among all living things. Through six albums and over one thousand performances across the globe, the Colorado songwriters have used music to unite us in ways that no other medium can. Elephant Revival’s environmental stewardship has also been a large part of their career. They’ve worked with numerous organizations promoting sustainability over the years that culminated in their own project, Trail Revival, which works in conjunction with the state of Colorado to clean up and restore trails within the state’s public lands. The band’s environmental work will continue with their next Trail Revival event happening around the second annual Colorado Public Lands Day on May 19th and Elephant Revival’s Red Rocks performance on May 20th with Blind Pilot and Hiss Golden Messenger.’
Elephant Revival was a true favorite and I am glad that I was able to see them as many times as I did and I wish them well, individually and/or together. If you haven’t seen them, you might want to consider trying to catch them at Red Rocks on Sunday, May 20th (which is an AMAZING venue) or one of the other few festivals that they plan to play before the complete hiatus is in effect. Another vote for Red Rocks is Blind Pilot. Beautiful music! If I weren’t already scheduled to be on the East Coast, I would be trying to figure out a way to go to this show. I am sure that Andee could chime in here…
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Yep, if I wasn’t going to be in Croatia… and if the Sasquatch lineup wasn’t so amazing…the May 20 show would be a serious consideration, especially because of my love of Blind Pilot. Good thing I “went to the show” and saw them at Rocky Mountain Folk Fest last year!
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