Recovery Funds Created for Boulder and Fox Theater in Colorado
Boulder, Colorado Music Theaters Need Your Donations
The current health pandemic has hit the music industry hard. One of the first things to shut down after COVID-19 swept the nation was music venues. Hanging indoors in large groups just isn’t safe, and there doesn’t seem to be a chance of music venues opening up anytime soon. Some music venues have been able to get creative with outdoor stages, selling tickets for tables or pods to groups, and having virtual concerts.
The Fox Theatre and Boulder Theater, located in Boulder, Colorado, have been an integral part of the Colorado music industry for decades. But they are both indoor music venues that do not have any outdoor space for setting up stages to host live music events. That means both venues are taking in little to no income, but they still have some big financial burdens.
Help Keep The Fox and Boulder Theater Alive
Both the Fox Theatr and Boulder Theater have set up recovery funds to help keep them afloat during these difficult financial times. If you are a music fan, there’s no doubt you have heard about these incredible music venues. So many bands have gotten their start at The Fox Theatre, the smaller of the two venues. And there is nothing quite like seeing a show at the Boulder Theater – one of the most beautiful venues in the country.
You could play a key part in keeping these theaters open for future live music and events. Contributing to their recovery funds will help them be able to reopen their doors when the time is right. Not only does the funding help the theaters, but it also comes with Thank You gifts ranging from free drinks, free food, seat naming, premiere seating and annual passes for all Z2 Entertainment venues.
In the spirit of supporting independent venues, Z2 Entertainment (a member of the National Independent Venue Association) also requests reaching out to your local representatives to support S. 3814/H.R. 7481, the RESTART Act. The passing of this bill
will help ensure the survival of independent venues across the nation. Take action at SaveOurStages.com.
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