The Disco Biscuits: New Album Jan Colorado Run/ Nye Tix


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The Disco Biscuits have announced a four-night run in Colorado, Thursday January 13 through Sunday January 16, 2011. The band will spend two nights at the Boulder Theater, Thursday and Friday January 13-14, before heading to Denver to close out the long weekend at the Ogden Theatre on Saturday and Sunday January 15-16.

An extremely limited Early Bird four-day ticket will be made available to fans for $100 at noon MT on Monday, November 8 via BiscoTix, while Early Bird single-day tickets will be available for $25. Public onsale for the Boulder Theater shows will be on Friday November 12 at noon MT via Front Gate Tickets, and the Ogden shows will go on sale on Saturday, November 13 at 10:00 AM ET via Ticketmaster. These single-day tickets will be priced at $32.50.

This year's trip will come on the heels of a five-night New Year's Run that sees the Biscuits visiting New York City's Terminal 5 December 27-29, before returning home to Philadelphia for two nights at the Tower Theater, December 30-31.

The whole band is currently in the studio, recording an album of songs that, according to Marc Brownstein, “you have already heard."

The guys felt so good about what happened that they decided to give away a 2-day pass for New Years (12/30 & 12/31 at Philly/Upper Darby Tower Theater). Fans can change their Facebook status to: “I want a free The Disco Biscuits NYE two-day pass so much that I would", and they must be sure to TAG The Disco Biscuits. Folks will have to stay tuned to the Biscuits' Facebook page for updates and a winner, because there hasn't been an end time announced.

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