An Intimate Evening with John Popper and Ben Wilson of Blues Traveler Live From Beaver Creek, CO on Saturday, February 13
Formed in 1987 by singer/harmonica player John Popper, guitarist Chan Kinchla, bassist Bobby Sheehan, and drummer Brendan Hill, Blues Traveler found their live footing on the infamous H.O.R.D.E. tours from the early 90s before their song “Run-Around” became one of the biggest singles of 1995, spending nearly a full year on the charts and sending their album Four into quintuple platinum status. John Popper and Ben Wilson make their FANS debut with an intimate evening of music live from Beaver Creek’s Vilar Performing Art Center on Saturday, February 13.
Located in the heart of Colorado’s Beaver Creek Resort, the 530-seat non-profit theatre is owned and operated by the Vail Valley Foundation and presents a variety of year-round in-person and virtual performances including concerts, comedy, dance, film, Broadway, family shows and more. The theatre’s current program involves premiering a signature pandemic-time series of unique collaborations between artists who can rehearse during the day at the facility in Beaver Creek, Colorado — safely in the mountains and away from crowded cities. These residencies culminate in a series of small, socially-distanced performances.
Support the artists and the non-profit theater, Vilar Performing Arts Center, while you watch, only on FANS!