The 2015 Chautauqua Summer Concert Lineup

The Colorado Chatuaqua is the state's oldest music venue — it opened in 1898 in the shadow of the Flatirons. This year, Chatuaqua will celebrate its 118th summer concert series with a particularly strong lineup: Steve Earle & the Dukes, Ziggy Marley, Michael McDonald, Indigo Girls and plenty more — we're particularly excited about a July 14 date featuring Mavis Staples, Patty Griffin and Amy Helm in a revival of the Sweet Soul Harmony tour. 

Tickets can be purchased through the venue's web site and range in price from $27 to $75, although discounts are available to Chautauqua Concert Members. That group also has access to a presale beginning April 13 at 10 a.m.; the regular on-sale begins at the same time on April 17. 

The full lineup is below — much more information on individual shows as well as concert logistics can be found at www.chautauqua.com.

2015 Chautauqua Summer Concert Series
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Tuesday, June 2 - Xavier Rudd & The United Nations
Thursday, June 4 – TBA
Friday, June 12 - Keller Williams & The Keels
Saturday, June 13 - The Weepies
Friday, June 19 - Ry Cooder - Sharon White - Ricky Skaggs
Tuesday, June 23 - Gordon Lightfoot
Friday, June 26 - Margaret Cho
Wednesday, July 8 - Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra featuring Wynton Marsalis 
Monday July 13 - Boz Scaggs
Tuesday July 14 - Patty Griffin, Mavis Staples, & Amy Helm
Wednesday July 15 - Indigo Girls
Saturday, July 18 - Peter Kater & R. Carlos Nakai
Monday, August 3 - Ziggy Marley
Wednesday, August 5 - Melissa Etheridge - This Is M.E. Solo
Thursday, August 13 – TBA
Friday, August 14 - Michael McDonald
Saturday, August 15 - Robert Cray Band
Friday, August 21 - Steve Earle & The Dukes
Tuesday, September 1 - Punch Brothers
Saturday, September 19 - John Hiatt & The Combo / The Taj Mahal Trio
Thursday, September 24 - TBA

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