Bisco Inferno Returns to Colorado

Fresh off of their celebrated New Year’s run in New York City, the Disco Biscuits are slated to once again descend upon Colorado for four nights of shows — and bring a few special guests in tow.

This summer, the Philadelphia-based four-man jamband — Allen Aucoin (drums), Marc Brownstein (bass, vocals), Jon Gutwillig (guitar, vocals) and Aron Magner (keyboards, vocals) — will play three shows at the Ogden Theatre in Denver on June 1 through 3, followed by a performance at the Morrison, Colorado, venue with Ghostland Observatory and Twiddle on Saturday, June 4.


The Disco Biscuits’ Colorado run last April featured Break Science and Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart of the Grateful Dead (who the band has teamed up with in the past for Gathering of the Vibes) to sold-out crowds who were treated to many collaborations of Dead cover songs.

While other acts might be added to the lineup, Bisco Inferno 2016 guests Ghostland Observatory from Austin and Vermont-based Twiddle currently share the Red Rocks bill with the Disco Biscuits; past guests have included Big Boi of OutKast and Israeli trance band Infected Mushroom. A duo that has been a rare sighting since their 2013 parting, Ghostland Observatory has released four albums to date, with the latest being Codename: Rondo (2010), and they last performed together at Euphoria Festival in April. And the multi-genre jam quartet Twiddle is currently on tour in support of PLUMP and most recently rang in the New Year with three sold-out nights in Burlington.

Pre-sale tickets for this year’s Colorado shows are set to be available at noon on Jan. 6 through the band’s website and on sale to the general public this Friday, Jan. 8; ticket packages must be purchased for the Ogden Theatre shows. Prior to Bisco Inferno, the Disco Biscuits’ current list of dates features stops in Philadelphia and appearances at the Aura Music and Arts Festival in Live Oak, Florida, and Atlanta’s SweetWater 420 Festival.