The String Cheese Incident announced their annual run of Colorado incidents taking place at Dillon Amphitheater in Dillon and Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison.

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String Cheese will play two nights at Dillon Amphitheater July 14th and 15th and will play three nights at Red Rocks July 17th–19th. The announcement also included the opening acts for each night of Red Rocks. Friday night will feature support from Tower of Power, Papadosio on Saturday, and Leftover Salmon on Sunday. The announcement does not include information on any opening acts for the Dillon Amphitheater shows.

String Cheese is currently on a six-month hiatus following a marathon 25th anniversary touring year. They don’t have any shows scheduled until they host Hog Farm Hangout June 12th-14th in Laytonville, CA. Afterward, they hit the festival circuit with performances at Electric Forest, The Peach Music Festival, and Floydfest. The String Cheese shows in Colorado shows join the band’s three-night run at the opening of the new Brooklyn Bowl Nashville as their only 2020 shows not at a festival.

Tickets and information are available on the band’s website.

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