Chautauqua announces summer 2011 lineup

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Triple-A fans, rejoice! Chautauqua just announced the lineup for its upcoming summer season, which kicks off on May 21 and runs through the end of August, and with the exception of the odd comedian and pair of indie acts, you can look forward to the type of world-class rock that Boulder made famous, from the likes of Bruce Cockburn, Lyle Lovett, John Hiatt, Indigo Girls, Shawn Colvin, Marc Cohn and Los Lobos, among others. Click through for the full lineup.

Tickets for CCA members go on sale Saturday, April 30, beginning at 10 a.m., while KBCO Interactive members can pick up tickets on Friday, May 6, before tickets officially go on sale to the public on Saturday, May 7.

Chautauqua Summer 2011

05/21 - Paula Poundstone 05/27 - Bruce Cockburn 06/16 - Mary Chapin-Carpenter and Shawn Colvin 06/19 - Lyle Lovett and John Hiatt 07/16 - Indigo Girls 07/20 - Josh Ritter and the Royal City Band 08/03 - K.D. Lang 08/06 - Los Lobos and Los Lonely Boys 08/07 - Marc Cohn 08/10 - Andrew Bird 08/12 - Johnny Lang and J.J. Grey & Mofro 08/27 - The Weepies

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