Billo is proud to support the Steamboat local arts scene and specifically, the music and live bands that call our valley home. Which is why we are thrilled to sponsor the upcoming Heads All Empty show at the Steamboat Art Depot. This benefit performance is raising money for a shared rehearsal space for local bands to practice. What better way to foster live music performances and support Steamboat musicians!
Heads All Empty will perform 3 full sets of Grateful Dead music featuring a Liquid Lights Show beginning at 7 pm. There will be a cash bar plus Shreddies Food Truck will be onsite serving up tasty treats. This event will also feature local artists displaying work that complements the theme of the show. Proceeds from the event will provide scholarships for Depot Art Center facility rehearsal use for local bands, musicians, and performers.
TICKETS ON SALE FEBRUARY 5TH.
As a group of longtime local Steamboat musicians, we want to support the efforts of Steamboat Creates in enhancing and enriching the creative community in Steamboat by putting on a fun and unique event which brings the creative community together to rally behind the arts, all while celebrating the music and artistic contributions of the Grateful Dead. Proceeds will go directly to Steamboat Creates to establish a fund for free or low-cost facility use for small group rehearsals. Musical and performance groups can apply to use the Depot Art Center for practice and rehearsals.
An Evening with Heads All Empty will activate, and “Turn-on”, The Depot Art Center with a fun, psychedelic, and philanthropic event experience. A live Liquid Lights show will bring the room to life as Heads All Empty perform 3 full sets of Grateful Dead music – one acoustic, and two electric – with special guests from various local and Colorado bands joining in throughout the show. Food trucks will be vending on site and a cash bar will be serving local libations. Proceeds from donated food and beverages, as well as ticket and door sales, will go directly to Steamboat Creates. Tony Urbick and Jillian Tomlinson will be displaying original artwork including tie-dye creations and woven textiles throughout the month of March 2024, in conjunction with the event.