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New shows: Billy Bragg, Cold War Kids, Zac Brown Band, Dark Star Orchestra and more

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A number of new shows have been announced this week since our weekly Mile Highlights post dropped on Tuesday, and they all go on sale this weekend, so we thought you should know about them. Among the new dates, we've got shows at the Gothic (Billy Bragg, Cold War Kids, Sevendust, Coal Chamber and Lacuna Coil and Graveyard, which has been moved to the Gothic from the Larimer), the Ogden (Dark Star Orchestra), Comfort Dental Amphitheatre (Tim McGraw) and Red Rocks (Zac Brown Band). Keep reading for the full rundown.

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Less than a week after Billy Bragg issues Tooth & Nail, his first studio album in five years, the singer-songwriter is slated to launch his like named tour with Kim Churchill here in Colorado at the Gothic Theatre on Saturday, March 23. Tickets ($30.75) for the show go on sale this Saturday, January 19, at 10 a.m. via Axs.com, GothicTheatre.com and TicketFly.com.

In support of their forthcoming album, Dear Miss Lonely Hearts, due out on Tuesday, April 2, Cold War Kids are slated to perform at the Gothic Theatre on Wednesday, April 3. Tickets ($20) for the show go on sale this Saturday, January 19, at 10 a.m. via Axs.com, GothicTheatre.com and TicketFly.com.

The Zac Brown Band is returning to Colorado with Blackberry Smoke (performing this Saturday, January 19, at Summit Music Hall) for a show at Red Rocks Amphitheatre on Wednesday, May 8. Tickets ($52-$62) go on sale this Friday, January 18, at 10 a.m. at all Ticketmaster Outlets.

Expert Grateful Dead channelers, Dark Star Orchestra, are making their way back to the Centennial State for a show at the Ogden Theatre on Saturday, March 30. Tickets ($25.00) for the show go on sale this Saturday, January 19, at 10 a.m. via Axs.com and OgdenTheatre.net.

Sevendust and Coal Chamber are coming to the Gothic on Tuesday, April 2, with Lacuna Coil and Candlelight Red. Tickets ($30) for the show go on sale this Saturday, January 19, at 10 a.m. and are available at Axs.com, GothicTheatre.com and TicketFly.com.

Tim McGraw has announced a date at Comfort Dental Amphitheatre (listed as Fiddler's Green on his website) on Saturday, June 15. No word yet on when tickets for this one go on sale, but we'll certainly keep you posted.

EDM fans, rejoice! Bingo Players are bringing their house goodness to the Gothic Theatre on Saturday, February 16. Tickets ($22) for the show go on sale this Saturday, January 19, at 10 a.m. via Axs.com, GothicTheatre.com and TicketFly.com.

Finally, the Graveyard show on Friday, February 8, previously slated for the Larimer Lounge, has been moved to the Gothic Theatre. Tickets ($15.75) for the Larimer show will be honored, and are available now via Axs.com, GothicTheatre.com and TicketFly.com.




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