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Karl Denson's Tiny Universe: Vegas Show After Panic/Mule

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SATURDAY OCTOBER 23 AT 2 AM AFTER WIDESPREAD PANIC & GOV'T MULE AT THE JOINT

Karl Denson's Tiny Universe will be taking the stage at the House of Blues in Las Vegas at 2am Saturday, October 23 (officially early Sunday morning) to play into the wee hours. Doors will open at 1am following the Widespread Panic/Gov't Mule show at the Joint and the Tiny Universe will hit the stage at 2am for two full sets. Vegas is a 24/7 town so this will be a late one. Tickets are $25 and fanclub ticketing will go onsale at noon mst today through www.karldenson.com. The night before, KDTU will be headlining the Boarding for Breast Cancer Benefit at the Montbleu Resort Showroom in Lake Tahoe. This is a great event and tickets will also be available today through fanclub ticketing.

The band will be doing two shows in Colorado this weekend, playing Friday at the Mishawaka Ampitheatre in Ft. Collins with the Kyle Hollingsworth Band opening up and headlining the Electric Avenue Festival at Historic Five Points in downtown Denver on Saturday with Living Legends and Anders Osborne.

UPCOMING DATES FOR KARL DENSON'S TINY UNIVERSE
  • Sep. 3—Mishawaka Amphitheatre, Bellvue CO
  • Sep. 4—Electric Avenue Festival, Denver CO
  • Sep. 11- Fremont Lovefest, Seattle WA
  • Oct. 22- Boarding for Breast cancer Benefit at Montbleu Resort Showroom, Lake Tahoe NV
  • Oct. 23- House of Blues, Las Vegas ( Late Night)
  • Oct. 30- Southern Monster Smash, Pompano Beach Ampitheater FL
UPCOMING DATES FOR THE GREYBOY ALLSTARS FEATURING KARL DENSON Jan. 4-9—Jam Cruise, Fort Lauderdale FL

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