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Jim Gaffigan adds another show, Tech N9ne rolls through and more tickets on sale

Plus Rainbow Kitten Surprise, Tiger Army, Brother Ali and more

Tech N9ne performs at Fillmore Auditorium in Denver.
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Comedian Jim Gaffigan added a fourth show at the Buell Theatre for The Pale Tourist Tour. The new show will be at 9:30 on Saturday, April 18. Gaffigan already sold out his two Friday shows and nearly sold out a show earlier on Saturday. Tickets are $50-$80 and can be bought on AXS.

Rapper Tech N9ne and his rapid-fire “chopper” style will stop at Fillmore Auditorium for the Enterfear tour on May 29 and 30. Tickets for the concert, which is 16 and up, cost $40 and are available on Live Nation.

Indie rock band Rainbow Kitten Surprise added a second night at Red Rocks Amphitheatre on Tuesday, July 14, after its concert the day before sold out. Mt. Joy will open the set. Tickets cost $45.75-$75.75 and are available on AXS.

Baltimore band Snails‘s “Sluggtopia IV” will bring its rock music that’s tinged with ska, post-punk and reggae to Mission Ballroom on Saturday, June 20, at 9 p.m. The concert is 16 and up. General admission tickets are $29.75-$37, while reserved tickets are $100. The concert is 16 and up. Tickets are available on AXS.

Los Angeles’ Tiger Army is bringing its special brand of psychobilly music to Ogden Theatre for a two-night event called “Orchard Aflame” on Friday, April 17, and Saturday, April 18. On the first “Orchard” night, the band will play every one of their country songs with a pedal steel guitar. On the second “Aflame” night, the band will play its entire “‘Early Years’ EP.” Wayne Hancock and The Delta Bombers will open the first night while Masked Intruder and Colfax Speed Queen open the second. Two-day passes are available for $50 on AXS.

Rapper Brother Ali will stop at Boulder’s Fox Theatre on Tuesday, Feb. 11, as he tours in support of his album “All the Beauty in This Whole Life,” his first official release in five years. Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door. Tickets are available on Fox Theatre’s website.

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