Country Charmer: Kevin MaC
Friday, June 10 at 8pm
Kick off this year’s Tunes season with the return of singer, songwriter, and guitarist Kevin MaC, who immediately won the crowd over at his performance in the 2014 Tunes series with his heart, humor, and classic country charm. Although his roots are in country music and his original music is decidedly country, Kevin is far from a one-trick pony; he loves to surprise audiences with his own spin on hip hop, classic rock, and sometimes even a boy band hit or two. In addition to his own contemporary country songs, Kevin will also perform his “Classic Country Jukebox,” hits by iconic artists Johnny Cash, Hank Williams, Sr., George Jones, Patsy Cline, Dolly Parton, and more.
Big Band Jazz: Ultraphonic Jazz Orchestra
Friday, June 24 at 8pm
The 21-piece Ultraphonic Jazz Orchestra features the hottest line-up of jazz musicians in the Denver Metro area, including alumni of the Stan Kenton, Woody Herman, Buddy Rich, Maynard Ferguson, and Glenn Miller bands. Now in its 15th full year, the Orchestra performs new and exciting music, the best contemporary big band charts, and the finest orchestrations ever written for a large jazz ensemble.
Opener: Chicken Lips Comedy Theater
Saturday, July 9 at 8pm, Main Stage
With a background that ranges from being a bouncer with The Rolling Stones and The Who, a 25-year career in veterinary medicine that saw him named “Specialist of the Year in Private Practice” in 2006, and over 20 years of performing as a professional stand-up comedian, native son Kevin Fitzgerald is a true renaissance man. In addition to his numerous appearances on Animal Planet’s Emergency Vets, Kevin has appeared on NBC Nightly News with Tom Brokaw, The Today Show with Matt Lauer, Fox News Channel’s Geraldo-At-Large with Geraldo Rivera, and CBS’s The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson. This family-friendly laughfest will be presented on the Main Stage.
Opening Act Chicken Lips Comedy Theater has been creating comedy and music craziness in Denver since 1980, at a time when improvisation was little known across the country. Their style has the same spontaneous energy and mayhem as Whose Line Is It, Anyway? (they have recently performed with Colin Mochrie of the television show). “The Lips” have been inventing comedy with audiences’ help for decades, and have amassed a record 52.4 million laughs!
Friday, July 15 at 8pm
This internationally acclaimed all-vocal rock band from Boulder captivates the audience with their infectious energy punctuated by an endearing love of performance. Using just four singers and a vocal drummer, FACE blends modern popular tunes with complex harmonies, brilliant beat-box rhythms, and superb singing.
Friday, July 29 at 8pm
Bringing a mix of R&B, soul, contemporary jazz, and Top 40, the Mary Louise Lee Band has something to get every audience member moving. The Band has opened for artists including Stephanie Mills, Boyz II Men, Cameo, Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes, Al B. Sure, Jeffrey Osborne, Sheila E., and Evelyn “Champagne” King. A native of Denver, Mary Louise Lee began performing at an early age. For close to 20 years, she has built an extraordinary professional performing career, touring nationally and internationally, and you’ll dance the night away to close the Tunes season!
All reserved chairs in the Terrace Theater have a corresponding seat in the Main Stage; in the event of inclement weather patrons will be seated in the Main Stage Theater according to their Terrace location (ie: C101 is a seat number in both locations.)
There can be NO OUTSIDE ALCOHOL brought into the theater. This is a State of Colorado regulation and not a policy we can change. We will have wine, beer, and cocktails available for sale.
You may bring food or non-alcoholic beverages into the Terrace Theater.
All shows will begin at 8pm. The Terrace Theater will open at 7pm for seating; Main Stage will open at 7:30pm.
All chairs are reserved. The lawn accommodates patrons on a general admission basis.
NO CHAIRS may be brought into the theater. You may bring blankets or cushions.
In the event of inclement weather, every effort will be made to continue the performance indoors. Patrons will be notified via email should the venue change.
Please Note: LTAC is closed on Monday, February 20, in observance of President's Day.