This year, we’re thrilled to welcome Hazel Miller and The Collective (June 25), The Wrecklunds (July 30), Moors & McCumber (August 27), and The Turntable Revue (October 1). Enjoy live music from the comfort of your lawn chair under CAE’s old-growth pine trees or at a cabaret table amongst the beautiful artworks in our gallery (October only). Grab a snack from Slife’s Food Truck. Grab a drink from Evergreen Taphouse and Brewery. Grab a chance at a normal night out with good friends and great music.

Children under 10 are free. Children 10+ must purchase a ticket. Dogs are welcome at our outdoor concerts, but please keep them leashed, clean up after them, and be respectful of those who may not be comfortable with animals.

The CAE 2021 Summer Concert Series is presented by PandoraJohn Productions.

Sponsored by PandoraJohnProperties, PandoraJohn Productions, Branches Cabinetry & Design, Farmers Insurance: Bruce Anderson, Evergreen Taphouse and Brewery, Diversified Lumber Products, and Rolling Ridge Deck and Outdoor Living Company.

 

Hazel Miller and The Collective
Friday, June 25, 2021
Outdoor seating starts at 6:30 pm; Concert starts at 7 pm
Tickets $25
Bring-your-own-chair or toss a blanket on the ground.

Beer & Wine available for donations
Due to our alcohol permit, you may not bring your own alcoholic beverages.
Food available for purchase from Slife’s Devil Dogs & Sweet Freeze Shave Ice

Join us on Friday, June 25, as we welcome one of the tightest and most versatile bands on the scene, Hazel Miller and The Collective. Colorado-based music icon Hazel Miller has a reputation for “bringing it,” whether the event is a club setting, concert, festival, or non-profit fundraiser. Hazel has toured North America, Europe, Far East, the Middle East, and Central America. Her powerful voice, stands out, and her beautiful spirit shines through, to the delight fans. With The Collective, Hazel Miller delivers original, Jazz, blues, R&B and popular music, each song with the bands own flavor! The Rocky Mountain News put it best. “Hazel Miller is not just a great singer; she’s a force of nature!”

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This is the first concert in CAE’s 2021 “Originals” concert series presented by PandoraJohnProperties.

The Wrecklunds
Friday, July 30, 2021
Outdoor seating starts at 6:30 pm; Concert starts at 7 pm
Tickets $25
Bring-your-own-chair or toss a blanket on the ground.

Beer & Wine available for donations
Due to our alcohol permit, you may not bring your own alcoholic beverages.
Food available for purchase from Slife’s Devil Dogs & Sweet Freeze Shave Ice

Center for the Arts Evergreen
31880 Rocky Village Dr. Evergreen, CO 80439

Join us on Friday, July 30, as we welcome traditionally modern Bluegrass based out of the west side of the Denver, The Wrecklunds. Formed in 2017, The Wrecklunds are known throughout Denver for their tight, powerful vocal harmonies, masterful instrumentation and song craft,, and a passion for live performance. This fun-filled, rollicking ensemble combines groove, soul and experimentation. The band consists of Bryan Eklund (vocals, guitar), Eric Drobny (vocals, bass), Brandt Miller (vocals, banjo), Mike Martin (fiddle), and Mark Swaim (vocals, mandolin). Denver festival lovers says, “Wherever The Wrecklunds are playing tonight it is worth trip.”

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Sponsored by PandoraJohnProperties.

Moors & McCumber
Friday, August 27, 2021
Outdoor seating starts at 6:30 pm; Concert starts at 7 pm
Tickets $25
Bring-your-own-chair or blanket
Beer & Wine available for donations
Due to our alcohol permit, you may not bring your own alcoholic beverages.
Food available for purchase from Slife’s Devil Dogs & Sweet Freeze Shave Ice

Center for the Arts Evergreen
31880 Rocky Village Dr. Evergreen, CO 80439

Join us on Friday, August 27, as we welcome Americana duo, Moors & McCumber. James Moors and Kort McCumber grew up in different places and listening to different kinds of music – classical, rock, bluegrass, you name it. But when they met ten years ago they knew they’d found something golden. Since then, they’ve been cultivating their wide-ranging musical influences in songs that delve into love and life through haunting lyrics, soaring harmonies, and dazzling instrumental proficiency. As Grammy award-winning producer Lloyd Maines puts it, “These guys should be playing every major festival in the country. They bring it all to the stage and deliver it in a big way.” Moors & McCumber have been called “a modern-day version of Crosby, Stills and Nash.”

Sponsored by PandoraJohnProperties.

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The Turntable Revue
Friday, October 1, 2021

Indoor gallery seating starts at 6:30 pm; Concert starts at 7 pm
General Admission Tickets $25
Cabaret-Style Table Seats $40
Entire Table (seats 6) $240

Donation-based cash bar available

Join us on Friday, October 1, as we welcome mountain apres-ski favorites, The Turntable Revue, to the CAE gallery stage! Terry Armistead and her brother Joe Bianchi grew up with a folk singing, guitar playin’, beer-drinking father and a piano playin’, church singin’ mother with a voice like an angel. It was hard not to be influenced by their music as TV was nonexistent in the Vermont hills and playing guitars and singing was the activity every evening. Their Dad still claims that the Kingston Trio stole one of his songs back when he was opening for them in “the Village” in the ’60s. Expect to hear just about anything on a typical night; they’ve been known to throw down some Zeppelin and Emmylou Harris in the same set.

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This is the final concert in CAE’s 2021 “Originals” concert series presented by PandoraJohnProperties
and sponsored by Branches Cabinetry & Design, Evergreen Brewery, Farmers Insurance – Bruce Anderson, Rolling Ridge Deck & Outdoor, Diversified Lumber Products, and JR’s Landscaping.