Tickets for Colorado flood-relief concert with Dave Matthews, The Fray, Lumineers go on sale Friday

Colorado's biggest flood relief concert may also be one of the biggest shows of the year. Promoters AEG Live and Live Nation have announced that Dave Matthews, the Fray, Big Head Todd and the Monsters, members of the Lumineers, Devotchka, Nathaniel Rateliff and others will team up for "Colorado Rising: A Benefit for Flood Relief."

That huge lineup comes to the 1stBank Center in Broomfield on Oct. 27.

"Coloradans unite during crisis -- so does the music community. We are thrilled so many musicians are coming together for this flood relief benefit concert," said Gov. John Hickenlooper in an AEG Live and Live Nation news release.

All proceeds from the concert go to liveunitedcolorado.org.

This flood benefit joins scores of local concerts across Colorado that have brought together musicians and the community to raise money for victims.

"Coloradans unite during crisis -- so does the music community," Gov. John Hickenlooper said in a statement. "We are thrilled so many musicians are coming together for this flood relief benefit concert. This is a great way to highlight recovery efforts and raise money at the same time. We are grateful AEG Live, Live Nation and other community partners are stepping up to help Colorado communities impacted by the historic flooding."

Tickets for the concert are $65-$125 and will be sold starting Friday via TicketHorse.com, at TicketHorse kiosks in all Dick's Sporting Goods stores in Colorado, and by phone at 1-866-461-6556.

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