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The String Cheese Incident returns to 1STBANK Center for trio of New Year's Eve shows

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After ringing in the New Year's at 1STBANK Center this year, the String Cheese Incident is slated to make its way back to Broomfield for a trio of shows. The three-day run is set to kickoff on Saturday, December 28, with Bootsy Collins and the Funk Unity Band, followed by two more dates on Sunday, December 29, and Tuesday, December 31. Single night tickets and three-day passes are on sale now on the band's website.

See also: Review + photos: String Cheese Incident at 1STBANK - 3/10/11

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