On the last Friday of every month, the Denver Art Museum offers a late-night program that features unconventional experiences developed in collaboration with local creatives and community members. Untitled Final Friday on June 28 will feature two special music performances from the award-winning band Eldren and the audio-visual project Cities of Earth. Untitled is included with general admission, which is free for members.
Cities of Earth
From 6–9 pm Cities of Earth will be DJ-ing leftfield pop, krautrock, and electronic music on the first floor in the DAM’s atrium. Cities of Earth is a musical project of Michael David King the co-founder of Multidim Records. With this performance, the music will be accompanied by a synchronized video program constructed specifically from each track.
Denver’s own Eldren, will be performing from 9–10 pm on plaza outside the museum. Eldren’s music can be described as psychedelic-space pop that will grip your eyes and ears. The Denver Post described their music as a mashup of jazz, prog rock, jam, power pop, indie, and rock.
We thank Illegal Pete’s for connecting us with these performers. Keep the party going after Untitled by taking your Untitled sticker or program to Illegal Pete’s for a free draft beer or house margarita with the purchase of an adult entrée. Offer good only on June 28.
See the program of events for June’s Untitled.
Check out our Q&A with Tobias Fike, our featured artist for June’s Untitled.