Barry Fey and Harry Tuft's Colorado Music Hall of Fame induction ceremony moved

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As reported here last month, Barry Fey and Harry Tuft are on deck to become the next inductees into the Colorado Music Hall of Fame. Due to an increased demand, the ceremony, originally slated to take place at the Dal Ward Athletic Center on the University of Colorado Boulder campus, has been moved to the Stadium Club at Folsom Field.

The date, Sunday, February 12, and all of the other details remain the same: Fey is due to be inducted by comedian Kevin Fitzgerald, while Tuft will be entered into the Hall following a speech by eTown founder Nick Forster. Several acts, including Firefall, Otis Taylor and Grubstake with special guests Chris Daniels, Rob Drabkin and Dick Weissman are slated to perform.

Tickets for the event are on sale now.

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