Update. John Friend confirms as second guest. Update: Tickets on sale: $15 pre, $20 at door. Boulder Theater prices include their handling fee plus tax (all-inclusive).
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Mark your calendars. Tickets link will be live tomorrow here on this blog. This one should sell out the historic Boulder Theater’s 820 capacity. Hope to broadcast live through elephantjournal.com. Videos forthcoming in week after event.
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- May 6
- Boulder Theater
6pm: Expo starts (tables are $200, $150 for non-profits)
7pm: Talk show starts with, we hope, traditional greeting by Boulder’s Mayor
- Video feature
- Monologue: Waylon Lewis
- Ecofashion show featuring prAna, local models, styling courtesy Urban Pearl.
- Interview: John Friend, founder of Anusara Yoga
- Video feature
- Music: Paper Bird (Note: this is not a concert—this is a talk show—they’ll be featuring a song or two, we’ll be making killer video of it).
8pm: Show ends, expo and cocktail hour continues until 9.
We’ll be nailing down details this week: lead sponsors, sponsors, expo tables.
The lovely ladies and gentlemen of Paper Bird.
“With guitar, banjo, and trombone backing joyous harmonies, the folk orchestra cuts softly but surely through indie-rock coolness. Paper Bird’s debut CD Anything Nameless and Joymaking, came out last year, and it deftly captures the warmth and wonder of the band’s stage presence.”
~ The Onion A.V. Club
To hear a few of Paper Bird‘s joyous old timey-is-new-again songs, click here.
Waylon Lewis gets a word in edge-wise with Robert Thurman at recent talk show.
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