The Lucero Tix Have Been Found! Find Out More About The Front Range With Our Clues!

The Lucero Tix Have Been Found! Find Out More About The Front Range With Our Clues!

The Colorado Sound Presents Lucero with Shane Smith & The Saints at Red Rocks on Sunday, May 16. To celebrate their latest album When You Found Mewe’ve hidden three pair of tickets to the show along the Front Range. Follow the clues below to score a pair. We’ll share new clues each morning this week. Good luck!

The tickets have been found in Fort Collins!

Congrats to Brant in Fort Collins who found the tickets hidden under a red rock in front of Washington’s!

Clue 1: If you’re in “new town”, you’re in the wrong place. (Washington’s is in Old Town)
Clue 2: To get there, watch out for the trains. (The train tracks are at the end of the block)
Clue 3: The location could be considered “the door” to the city. (Washington’s is on Laporte Ave. and “la porte” is French for “the door”)
Clue 4: It used to be you could have a beer and watch the game here. (Washington’s used to be a sports bar)

The tickets have been found in Boulder!

Congrats to Jeanne in Boulder who found the tickets hidden in front of the Boulder Theater!

Clue 1: To start, you should gird for the grid. (downtown Boulder streets are on a grid system)
Clue 2: There are three houses of worship within one block. (the Shambala Center, the First United Methodist Church and St. John’s Episcopal Church)
Clue 3: Looking for the Assessor’s Office? You’re very close! (the Boulder County Courthouse is right across 14th St.)
Clue 4: The building as we know it, opened on January 9, 1936. (Just inside the Boulder Theater, above the coat check window, is a picture of Opening Night)

The tickets have been found in Denver!

Congrats to Jane in Denver who found the tickets hidden in front of Swallow Hill!

Clue 1: Go south, young man. (the tix were in South Denver)
Clue 2: CanAm is a half-mile west. (Santa Fe Drive is also called The CanAm Highway)
Clue 3: Think Ivy League. (Swallow Hill is on Yale Street)
Clue 4: You’d go here to learn about folklore. (Swallow Hill evolved from the Denver Folklore Center)