They're playing where?
Every year, performing artists fill stadiums and outdoor music festivals at major cities around the world. But if you weren't near Denver in August for the run of live performances by The String Cheese Incident at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, not to worry.
The Mobius and Virtual Venues Network will broadcast a life-size screening of the shows at 8 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 15, at The Mobius, 281 Fourth St., Ashland.
The String Cheese Incident, a Boulder, Colo., based eclectic string band, played to more than 40,000 fans over four nights at Red Rocks as part of their On The Road series. The shows are rumored to be the band's last.
VVN has introduced an artist-to-audience distribution platform with a global reach that brings national touring companies and live performances onto stages everywhere.
VVN captures and licenses big-ticket events and then streams them over the Internet and via satellite to a network of nightclubs, college campuses and theaters.
Each venue broadcasts in life-size, high-definition using giant screens and digital board-fed audio.
Admission to the screening at The Mobius costs $10. Call 488-8894.