Opera House: DJ Harry Dance Party
Telluride’s Sheridan Arts Foundation wraps up one of its most successful winter seasons with a DJ Harry Dance Party at the historic Sheridan Opera House on Saturday, March 18, 2017. Doors & SHOW Bar open at 8 p.m.; show time is 9 p.m. Tickets are $15 general admission on the floor ;$25 reserved seats in the balcony. (A $4 ticketing fee is charged at all ticket outlets.) Tickets are for sale online here or by calling 970.728.6363 ext. 5. Scroll down to listen to DJ Harry’s “All My Life.”
The Sheridan Arts Foundation wraps up one of its most successful winter seasons with a DJ Harry Dance Party.
Dress as your favorite rockstar or musician and dance the night away at this rock star- themed party.
Colorado-based DJ Harry was introduced to electronic music (EDM) via a Grateful Dead parking lot rave in the Bay Area. Since 1993, he has been spinning his addictive style of organic beats throughout the U.S. Harry’s groundbreaking album, The String Cheese Remix Project, was a pioneering mash-up of soaring jam band energy and late-night dance grooves, inspired by the glory days of the jam band and rave scenes of the 1990’s.
Straddling both the live and electronic music scenes, DJ Harry has toured throughout the U.S. and Canada with a broad pallet of artists, including James Brown, Widespread Panic, Moby, & The String Cheese Incident and performed at festivals from Red Rocks to Bonnaroo.
DJ Harry’s collaboration with singer/songwriter Lissie lead to his hit single “All My Life,” which continues to receive worldwide radio airplay, reaching millions of listeners per year.
DJ Harry has written numerous songs for film and television, most recently two songs for Telluride Mountainfilm.
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