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Elephant Revival at CU

Program Council

Wednesday, March 13, 2013 at 8:00 PM

Boulder, CO

Elephant Revival at CU

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Student DOS online Ended $10.00 $1.54

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 :: Elephant Revival ::

Elephant Revival is a five-piece experiemental folk band from the tiny mining town of Nederland, CO and since 2006, has been turning heads in the folk scene. Having played with such great performers as George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic and Yonder Mountain String Band, they are also no stranger to performing fundraising events. In 2011, Elephant Revival performed to support Telluride's KOTO Community Radio.

:: Cold River City ::

Cold River City has been turning heads in the Boulder/Denver scene in just a year, performing all over town in various bars and venues - most notably, the Fox Theater and Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom.

:: Cascade Kinzie ::

Who can go wrong with a washboard player? Fresh off their 2012 win at Battle of the Bands, Boulder's answer to Mumford & Son is sure to get your blood a-pumpin' and your feet a-dancin'.

:: Global Brigades ::

Global Brigades is an international, student-led non-profit organization centered in improving sustainable life qualities of people around the world, while respecting local cultures. This year, the CU Boulder chapter is traveling to Panama to bring medical supplies, educate, and bring awareness about the medical issues facing Panamanians today.

Money raised during the show will go to benefit this trip.

Have questions about Elephant Revival at CU? Contact Program Council

When & Where

Glenn Miller Ballroom
1669 Euclid Ave
Boulder, CO 80302

Wednesday, March 13, 2013 at 8:00 PM

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Program Council

Program Council is a student-run organization dedicated to bringing quality, affordable entertainment to the University of Colorado. The group hosts a wide variety of concerts with big name acts in venues such as the Farrand Field, Balch Fieldhouse, and Coors Events Center and also hosts a wide variety of local musicians in Club 156. Program Council also hosts consistent film screenings in CHEM 140 that are free to students and the general public. In addition, Program Council provides an invaluable education to its staff members in multiple facets of the entertainment industry, from booking venues to handling the production of events.

For more information on Program Council, and to see a complete calendar of upcoming events, visit

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