Lettuce bandmates Eric “Benny” Bloom (trumpet) and Ryan Zoidis (saxophone) have announced a new food, wine, and music event, set for Monday, September 30th at Denver, CO’s Invisible City. The party will mark the final event at Invisible City, as the venue will be temporarily closed and reformatted soon after.

Located in a 100-year-old temple seeping with history and decorated with treasures from 90 countries, Invisible City Headquarters has become an oasis for many groups and gatherings since it opened in September of 2018. Because of the special nature of this venue, each event is vetted and approved instead of simply booked like a normal event space, for this is anything but normal.

In addition to a musical performance featuring Bloom, Zoidis, Adam Deitch (Lettuce/Break Science), and renowned turntablist Chris Karns, Benny and Zoid’s “Selections de la Viña” event will feature food catered by Denver-based Israeli restaurant Safta and Emily Shaya’s famous rice and beans. Alvaro de la Viña from Selections de la Viña will also be pouring natural wines from Spain.

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“We’re super stoked to be bringing Spanish natural wine, funky music and food to this epic venue Invisible City,” says Zoidis. “It’ll be cool to bring people together in this vibey situation with all the elements necessary for the ultimate rage, and the opportunity to learn about some of the wine producers we’re working with.”

Adds Bloom, “We are trying to create an environment where people can experience the different mediums of art in one place. By bringing together chefs, winemakers, visual artists and musicians, we hope to connect the dots between the different mediums and show how they influence one another.”

“When I create music,” continues Bloom, “food and wine are very much a part of that process and affect it on an emotional, spiritual and physical level. Many of my favorite chefs and winemakers listen to music while cooking or making wine, so I feel that they are really symbiotic.”

Tickets ($50; includes music, wine, and food) will be available this Friday, September 20th via Invisible City.