Yola, The Last Waltz, Colorado Symphony and more tickets on sale to Denver concerts this week

Note: All shows are subject to postponement or cancellation due to changing COVID-19 mandates and venue rules. Prices do not include service fees. Please check with event organizers for updated information and see state of Colorado’s guidance at covid19.colorado.gov.

Grammy-nominated British vocalist Yola has planned a trio of Colorado dates for next year as part of her sprawling Stand for Myself tour, including shows with Jac Ross at Aspen’s Belly Up (April 1, 2022), Denver’s Ogden Theatre (April 2) and the Boulder Theater (April 3). Tickets for all shows are on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, Aug. 13. ($30-$35, axs.com)

The 17th annual Last Waltz: Revisited shows will bring their rollicking, Outlaw Country tribute to the Fillmore Auditorium on Nov. 24 (Thanksgiving eve) with Polytoxic, The Denver Horns and dozens more Colorado musicians. Tickets for the event — which encourages canned food and personal hygiene item donations, are on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, Aug. 13. Just before that, on Nov. 19, the Boulder Theater will host its own date for the show. (Prices not available for Denver, $17.50-$25 for Boulder; ticketmaster.com or bouldertheater.com)

Also announced for the Boulder Theater this week: a “Welcome to Boulder” show for CU students featuring Matt Young and Gogimal (Sept. 4, $15-$20), Ricki Lee Jones (Sept. 18, $35-$45), Dirty Monkey (Nov. 24, $25-$29.50) and Colorado’s long-running Face Vocal Band, for its holiday concert (Dec. 1, $25-$45). Tickets are on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, Aug. 13. (bouldertheater.com)

Colorado Symphony this week announced its return to stages for the 2021-2022 concert season, including 49 titles across 90 shows featuring classical repertoire, movie scores, and appearances from artists such as Leslie Odom, Jr., and Colorado’s own DeVotchKa and Dianne Reeves. Tickets and packages are on sale starting Sept. 1. (Various prices, coloradosymphony.org)

Single tickets for Opera Colorado’s 2021-2022 season are on sale starting Sunday, Aug. 16, including hotly anticipated shows such as the opera adaptation of “The Shining” (Feb. 26-March 6, 2022) — a Colorado favorite, given that it was inspired by Estes Park’s historic Stanley Hotel. Get more info on shows including “Tosca” (Nov. 6-14) and “Carmen” (May 7-21, 2022), along with prices, at operacolorado.org or by calling 303-468-2030.

Long-running R&B champs Bone Thugs-N-Harmony will headline the Ogden Theatre on Nov. 17, with tickets for the 16-and-up concert on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, Aug. 13. ($40-$76, axs.com)

Minnesota rapper PROF is heading to Denver for a Sept. 4 headlining show, with support from Mac Irv, J. Plaza and Sean Anonymous. Tickets for the 16-and-up concert at the Ogden Theatre are on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, Aug. 13. ($29.50-$59.50, axs.com)

Rapper Jack Harlow announced a show at RiNo Art District’s Mission Ballroom on Nov. 10. Tickets for the concert, with openers Babyface Ray and Mavi, are on sale at 10 a.m. Friday. Aug. 13. ($29.50-$35.50, axs.com)

On Nov. 12, The Infamous Stringdusters and The Sweet Lilies will also take over Mission Ballroom, with tickets for the 16-and-up show on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, Aug. 13. ($35-$60, axs.com)

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