Open Thursday – Sunday
7pm – 1am
ALL AGES SHOW
LATER Doors: 8 pm
Show: 8:30 pm - 1 am
Tickets: $10 Advance / $12 Doors
The Fourth Annual Inner Peace Out Festival will take place on Saturday, July 22nd, at The Dickens Opera House, in Longmont, Colorado. This year, the amazing, mile high mic slayer, Bianca Mikahn will headline an evening of hip hop featuring extremely talented and innovative mc's and dj's.
Inner Peace Out is an annual celebration of life and hip hop music.
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Shortly after the group took a hiatus from the road and studio to restructure their personal lives and focus on the future planning of the next album. This ground-breaking project declared the arrival of a significant new force in Colorado hip-hop. In March of 2014 Lead by Example took their loyal fans by storm and raised flags from national media outlets such as LyricallyFit.com. Bursting out of their scene Proximity signed the dotted line and joined forces with Universal Language. An independent record label with similar sounding artists such as world renowned Windchill and Nieve. This was a perfect fit and a building block for the group’s future success.
A few months later under the new regime of Universal Language, Proximity released “The Shock Therapy EP.” Electronically infused beats with a classic hard core hip-hop vibe, this masterpiece caught the attention of a whole new group of listeners and broke them onto the world wide scale. With all these exceptional accolades, Proximity has not only risen to the top of Colorado hip-hop, but has cemented themselves a place at the very forefront of the music industry.
With the gravity of will, she manifested a team of three, each element humming her own exquisite melody. Illuminating orbit through perfectly aligned harmony, a trinary star symphony echoing universal synergy. Sacred G’s rooted in the medley of the galaxies.
A big bang of a blastoff blooms into a soundwave supernova! Striking chords from the coda to the cadence, serenading and reshaping, interluding constellations, sparking imaginations with their cosmic radiations.
A nuclear fusion of electrosoul funk hopspecifically prescribed to elevate dat ass, transcending sonic boundaries beyond critical mass. Cultivating Colorado culture through the craving to create, coloring outside the lines of our hot box state.
So join us on this multiversal musical mission, our vision is to magnify our droplets of wisdom. Motherfunkin’ trill magicians of this fabulous fission, weaving interstellar rhythms with our stellar transmissions.
This charismatic trio captivates audiences with a clever and catchy mixture of vibrant music and humor that makes people want to get down, while laughing ‘til it hurts. Their music is performed with such intense levels of energy and emotion that crowds are always left wanting more.
The group started turning heads in 2011, with their debut EP 'Got Panache', and are justifiably proud and excited about their follow up album,
'Girls in High Heels Shouldn't Dance on Glass Tables', released on Halloween 2013.
Glitta Kings are looking very forward to their 3rd studio album, expected late 2017/early 2018!!! STAY TUNED
With a heavy emphasis on constantly honing his turntablist skills, he became a member of the Crunk Bros (DJ Crew), and was recognized as
a DMC USA Finalist, toured with The Reminders, members of The Living Legends; Grouch & Eligh, Jurassic 5, The Rock Steady Crew
and even The U.S. Department of State. Forever grateful of the knowledge bestowed upon him, B-Money loves educating others about the
culture and craft of DJing. He has conducted workshops, classes, and lectures, working with everyone from at risk youth to university
B-Money prides himself on being able to connect with a diverse group of audiences, and plays for a variety of crowds. Blending musical genres from jazz, funk, soul, rock, house and hip-hop, he has been known to rock whatever audience is in front of him. Appearing in venues from New York to California. He has rocked parties and events for corporate clients including the NCAA, XFINITY, The Onion, Red Bull, Sephora, and many others. B-Money's skills and versatility make him appealing to any crowd, at any size venue, at any time!
Kris Kingquickly fell in love with many elements of Hip Hop when he was brought in by a crew of DJ's at the age of eighteen. Being hammered with expectations from older DJ's, as well as seemingly useless tid-bits on Hip Hop History, his passion for the sub culture of hip hop and it's sub genre's, quickly grew with a greater depth in perspective. Kris has released various music videos, which were been greeted with exceptional reception on YouTube and around the web. He has worked along side Hip Hop Idol Bizzy Bone of Bone Thugs and Harmony, Gift of Gab, Rasul Allah, REKS and Sunspot Jonz of Living Legends and has opened for Hip Hop Legends such as Afu-Ra of The Gangstarr Foundation and many others.
Volunteering at a local radio station in his early twenties, he was befriended by promotional director Rocky Flats, and was quickly educated
in the realm of public broadcast radio. Insisting that the station begin interviewing more Hip-Hop/Rap acts, he was taken to festivals,
fundraisers and other events to interview some of his favorite artists including Chali 2na, People Under The Stairs, and Brother Ali. In
the following year, from the living room of his one bedroom flat, he began to run a radio broadcasting special entitled the "Hip Hop Hour"
from 6-8 PM every Saturday. Building content for his show he began covering events stag, interviewing artists such as Grouch & Eligh, Zion I and Evidence.
With music aired on stations 88.5 KGNU, 97.1 KGLR, 95.3 KNED, 90.5 KWHR, 90.7 Way High Radio, the Basementalism Show on 1190 AM, and audio
visuals which have achieved so much critical acclaim they streamed viral; the formation of Denver Hip-Hop/Rap group DefAsFuq in the Summer
of 2016 was no surprise to anyone. Meeting 2010 DMC US Finalist DJ B-Money at local Hip Hop weekly "WuTang Wednesdays," the two immediately
hit it off. Over the course of the spring their duo began to transpire and by the end of summer the rap group DefAsFuq had been born.
With the direction of Andy Flebbe; who has recorded billboard hits such as Good Life and Growing Up, and has worked alongside artists such as Kanye West, Maclemore, Lil Wayne, G-Eazy and Justin Bieber, as well as Spencer Foreman eldest brother to Sean Foreman of 3OH!3, Kris King and DJ B-Money's upcoming LP entitled Origins promises to be something of a spectacular product. Release Date still yet to be announced this release will be one for decade
"A master of his flow."
- Austin Chronicle
"[SHIFT] shows why Protextor is a leader in Austin hip hop."
- Side One: Track One
Protextor (AKA p-teK) is an American hip-hop artist in Austin, TX, a member of SPACE CAMP DEATH SQUAD, a cofounder of both Austin Mic Exchange and Weird City Hip Hop Festival, and the host of The Hot Conversation podcast and live talk show. He's opened for Run the Jewels, Aesop Rock, Geto Boys, Kool Keith, Blueprint, Open Mike Eagle, Astronautilus, Doomtree, Fat Tony, and more, and a fest veteran of Sound on Sound Fest, Art Outside, 35-Denton, and Fun Fun Fun Fest Nites.
If the performer you're watching isn't soaked in sweat and collapsed on stage at the end of their set, you're not watching Protextor. Combining cut-to-the-quick lyrical slyness, emotional candor, pop culture references, and razor-sharp wit over complex and booming post-Dilla production, Protextor walks on a balance beam between indie and pop sensibilities.
It's this combination of high-energy performances, constant practice, DIY work ethic, and genuine skill
that's earned Protextor respect as one of the preeminent artists emerging on the new Austin hip-hop
landscape and helped him stand out from the crowd as a definite artist-to-watch.
p-teK cut his teeth in the underground hip-hop scene of Iowa City, IA, winning rap battles and opening for indie greats like P.O.S. and Sole before relocating to Austin, TX in 2008. In 2011 he self-released "Oh! What a Miracle!" [LP], which boasted a heartbreaking guest turn from Doomtree's Dessa. In 2013 he released the follow-up, a tour-of-Austin guest-laden mixtape produced by EGON and called simply "DPS|LP2". It was rated one of the best albums of the year by OVRLD.com. In 2016 he dropped SHIFT, a tour-de-force of explicit political commentary that ScratchedVinyl.com called "challenging, thoughtful, emotional, and most of all, fun."
Recently named one of the top 10 hip hop acts in Austin by Austin Chronicle, Protextor is currently finishing up an album with Grammy-winning producer Matt Puckett (Mother Falcon), a full-length with SPACE CAMP DEATH SQUAD and superproducer Bird Peterson, and hosting The Hot Conversation podcast weekly and talk show monthly.
Seating is on a first come, first serve basis. We highly recommend dinner reservations in the Dickens Tavern (downstairs) before the show for those guests wishing to have a pleasant sit down dinner with larger tables, linens, etc. Doors upstairs in the Opera House are typically at 7 pm unless otherwise specified.
Seats are limited inside the Dickens Opera House…
Be sure to come early, when the doors open, if you would like a hi-top table and/or booth seating.
You can order off of our full tavern menu from one of our professional servers; however, we are set up as a concert venue for this show – we do not want you to arrive and be disappointed if all seating has been either reserved “or” taken on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Dickens Tavern – Phone: (303) 834-9384
$100 VIP boxed seated areas available close to the stage – areas seat 8 comfortably
ALL SALES ARE FINAL – we do not provide refunds to concerts
Online ticket price – includes a $1.00 convenience fee
Tickets purchased online will be available at Will Call (doorman) on day of show under the name of the credit card used to purchase them .
Ticket Price $11.00