40th Annual Territory Days

  • Old Colorado City
  • May 23rd – 25th, 2015
  • Saturday – Sunday: 10:00am – 7:00pm / Monday: 10:00am – 6:00pm

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Hello Interested Vendors / Sponsors

Territory Days poster Registration for the 2015 – 40th annual Territory Days is now closed. Applications will be accepted from January through March 15th each year.  To inquire about sponsorship please contact us anytime. Thank you for your interest.

If you need additional information or need to contact the Event Committee / Coordinator, send an eMail request. Please include your contact information and the nature of your request or you can call Pro Promotions with any questions you may have at (719) 487-8005.

Welcome to the 2015 Territory Days celebration, hosted by Old Colorado City Associates, Ltd (OCCA), the merchant association for the West Side.  Here’s a bit of our history.

In 1859, the small settlement of El Dorado, located at the eastern entrance to the pass, that went thru the mountains to the west, was renamed Colorado City, by its founders, and became the first permanent town in the Pikes Peak region. Early settlers included farmers, ranchers, freighter and outfitters for the people who were rushing to the western minefields. By 1886, the Colorado Midland Railroad was one of the city’s largest employers, with headquarter offices, terminal, and repair yards located here.

A Glass Works was established in 1887, where bottles were made for Manitou Mineral Water, liquor, and wine, by Bohemian glass blowers. Anheuser Busch, Mayor Charles Stockbridge, and others, also bottled beer here at the turn of the century. When Gold was discovered in 1891 at Cripple Creek, prosperity came from the four gold ore reduction mills, operating in Colorado City. The town soon became more famous for its many Saloons and Brothels, while the hardworking residents were much more proud of their schools, The Carnegie Public Library, and the churches. As time went on, change was inevitable for Colorado City, and in 1917, it was annexed by Colorado Springs.

TODAY – With over 100 Fine Galleries, Specialty Shops, Boutiques, Museums, Restaurants, and services available, Historic Old Colorado City, has it all.  The tree lined streets beckon you to stroll and enjoy the largest concentration of independent retail establishments in Colorado Springs.  Enjoy turn of the century architecture and rich history from Colorado’s Gold Rush Days. Enjoy the fun this weekend, remember our fallen brethren, and please do come back to Old Colorado City often.  Shop, Dine, Discover – Historic Old Colorado City! To contact the OCCA please call (719) 577-4112


Territory Days began in 1975 as the “Rampart Range Sertoma Territory Days Parade and Buffalo Barbecue”. In 1976 the name was changed to Territory Days to commemorate “Colorado City” (now known as Old Colorado City) as the first capitol of the Colorado Territory in 1861. Territory Days began as a merchant organized barbecue and parade and has grown into a three-day street festival which now hosts 200 craft, commercial and food booths. Between 80,000 and 140,000 guests, (depending on the weather), enjoy this event every Memorial weekend.


The historic district on Colorado Avenue between 23rd Street and 27th Street will come alive with live music, food, fun and entertainment for the entire family. One of the state’s largest craft vendor fairs is highlighted with features including pony rides, kids play area, petting zoo, mechanical bull, Cowboy Church Service, toy train rides, gold panning, wild west gunfight re-enactments, live blacksmithing, period costumed characters, live birds of prey, native American dancers, quick draw competition, and two beer gardens with live music running all three days.

Memorial Day Observance

In observance of the “National Moment of Remembrance”, please join us in Bancroft Park on Monday, May 25th at 3 p.m. as we gather to remember our nation’s fallen Heroes, and pay respect to those who have sacrificed their Freedom and their Lives so that we may enjoy our own as citizens of the GREATEST Country in the World.

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The Old Colorado City Associates, Cumulus Media & Pro Promotions are proud to bring this AWESOME LINE-UP of Entertainment to Territory Days 2015.

The United States Air Force Honor Guard to perform at the 40th annual TERRITORY DAYS STREET FAIR!

The United States Air Force Honor Guard is the premier drill and ceremonial unit of the United States Air Force. Their primary mission is to provide military honors at Arlington National Cemetery, where they perform more than 1,000 funerals per year. They also support more than 2,000 high profile ceremonies and events every year, including presidential and congressional events, retirements and promotions at the Pentagon and within the Capitol region, major sporting events, and the Presidential Inauguration, the NYC Veteran’s Day Parade, and the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Furthermore, the USAF Honor Guard Drill Team is the reigning champions of the Department of Defense Joint Service Drill Competition, besting the Army, Marine, Navy, and Coast Guard ceremonial units.

Now, as one of the Air Force’s oldest organizations, the Honor Guard continues to serve the Chief of Staff of the Air Force as the face of the Air Force to the American and global public. Airmen of every enlisted rank, and both company and field grade officers, volunteer and are competitively selected from their peers in more than 200 different Air Force career fields to serve in the Honor Guard, making the Honor Guard the standard for discipline and military professionalism.

Pro Promotions and the Old Colorado City Associates are honored and humbled to welcome the USAF Honor Guard and Drill Team to Old Colorado City
and the Territory Days Festival. See them perform Monday May 25th at our Memorial Day celebration in Bancroft Park.

The Lost Trailers headline the TERRITORY DAYS / NASH Country
concert series on Monday afternoon – Memorial Day – in Bancroft Park.

The Lost Trailers The Lost Trailers is a country music project of songwriter/producer Stokes Nielson. Nielson’s first record using the name The Lost Trailers was an album entitled “The Story of the New Age Cowboy” which was discovered by Willie Nelson in the spring of 2000. Nelson was so impressed with the album that he invited The Lost Trailers to perform at his legendary 4th of July Picnic.

Using that show and others with Nelson as a launching pad, The Lost Trailers rose from a hard touring regional act to snagging 3 ACM Nominations and several Top 20 hits on country radio while opening for Sugarland, Taylor Swift, Jamey Johnson and many others.

Buoyed by Nielson’s songwriting, which was also being noticed by other artists- he was one of the few outside songwriters on Grammy Award recipient Zac Brown Band’s Double Platinum Album “The Foundation”- The Lost Trailers were recognized by Mediabase as the most played new country band of 2008. The Lost Trailers continued touring through 2010, first as opener for Tim McGraw’s attendance shattering tour with Lady Antebellum, then as a part of the Inaugural Country Throwdown Tour with Montgomery Gentry and Jamey Johnson.

In 2011, following the lead of artists like ZBB, The Lost Trailers began launching singles as an independent act, opting out of their deal with Sony Records Nashville. They were the only wholly independent act(no ties to major labels through promotion or distribution) in country music to field two Top 40 singles in 2012, the anthemic “Underdog” and the barn-burning “American Beauty”. In 2013, Nielson was tapped to produce music for the June Carter Cash biopic “Ring Of Fire”, starring Jewel. Nielson brought in TLT guitarist Charles Longoria, bassist Jimmy Lykens, and drummer Eric Flores to provide the soundtrack for all the June Carter Cash (as adult) and Johnny Cash recordings.

Catch Waterloo Revival on the main stage in Bancroft Park Sunday afternoon.

Waterloo Revival When WATERLOO REVIVAL’s Cody Cooper met his bandmate George Birge in middle school, he inspired his new friend to express himself through music — a path that drastically affected both their lives. “I’d sang in choir and stuff, but I’d never taken it any further,” George admits. “But by seventh grade I was hooked and Cody and I were writing songs together.”

The duo continued to play together through high school, but parted ways so the guys could pursue an education. Cody headed to the University of North Texas in Denton, while George stayed in their hometown of Austin to attend the University of Texas.

After graduation, George found work in Austin’s commercial real estate scene, while Cody had a full-time job in mortgages in Dallas. The pair, who’d remained close through college, would play together during Cody’s visits back home.

By 2012, their musical chemistry was undeniable and George made the hard sell, convincing Cody to leave his 9-to-5 and return home in order for them to focus all their energy into music. WATERLOO REVIVAL was soon born, taking its moniker from their beloved hometown. “Before it was Austin, our hometown was called Waterloo,” Cody explains. “Eventually, it was renamed to honor the ‘Father of Texas’ Stephen F. Austin.”

“It seems like Austin music has been contained to Austin and is not being pushed out,” George adds. “We wanted to be Waterloo Revival in order to bring Austin music back to the rest of the world.” People of the self-proclaimed “Live Music Capital of the World” agreed.

In 2013, the pair was able to raise the funds to record a five-song EP. “We played one show in Austin and had 200 friends show up,” George explains. “Fans were really supportive. We thought, ‘Okay, it seems like this is something people are really going to get behind.’ We started a campaign and were able to fund the entire project from fan contributions.”

Continuing that momentum, WATERLOO REVIVAL channeled their entrepreneurial musicianship into more writing sessions, commuting to Nashville over the next year to hone their craft and acquaint themselves with Music City. “Hit the Road,” a product from one of their first Nashville sessions, encompassed both Cody and George’s quest to spread Austin’s music scene across the country. It was only fitting that the two set out with this song to take the next step in their careers.

Through a chance connection, George arranged a meeting with Toby Keith’s manager, TK Kimbrell, who promptly signed the boys to TKO Artist Management after hearing “Hit the Road.” WATERLOO REVIVAL began sampling tunes during Nashville songwriter showcases, adopting Music City as their new home.

They soon caught the ear of Big Machine Label Group President and CEO Scott Borchetta and inked a deal with Big Machine Records a week later. “Hit the Road” is currently being introduced to Country radio and has received an overwhelming positive response from both programmers and critics.

Catch Mickey Guyton Monday on the main stage in Bancroft Park.
It’s all part of the Awesome NASH Country / Territory Days FREE Concert Series for 2015!

Mickey Guyton Born in Arlington, Texas, Mickey Guyton moved around the Lone Star state as her father’s engineering job took them to Waco, Tyler, Dallas and Fort Worth. Music was a constant in her nomadic life. She began singing gospel in church when she was only five and grew up listening to a variety of artists, including Dolly Parton, LeAnn Rimes, Whitney Houston and gospel innovators BeBe and CeCe Winans. “Those were huge influences,” she says, recalling a particularly pivotal moment. “I was at a Texas Rangers baseball game and LeAnn Rimes was singing the National Anthem. This was right when she came out with ‘Blue’. I was completely mesmerized.”

Mickey knew instantly what she wanted to do with her life, and although she possesses the kind of strong, evocative voice that could succeed in any genre, Country music is her passion. “Of all the music out there, Country is the most honest, the most genuine and speaks to my heart” she says.

Mickey moved to Los Angeles after high school to attend Santa Monica College. She worked long hours at two jobs, struggling to make ends meet, but held on to her dream of becoming a Country singer. A chance encounter turned everything around. A friend introduced her to producer Julian Raymond (Glen Campbell, the Wallflowers) who was immediately impressed with Mickey. He connected her to Gary Borman and his partner Steve Moir, the company that built the careers of Faith Hill, Keith Urban and Lady Antebellum from day one.  Mickey moved to Nashville in 2011 to pursue her dream and has embedded herself in the town’s songwriter community the last three years.

Also in 2011, Mickey signed to Capitol Records Nashville and made her first national television appearance on stage at the White House during an all-star concert that included James Taylor, Dierks Bentley, Kris Kristofferson, The Band Perry, Darius Rucker and Lyle Lovett. The show was captured by PBS and broadcast as part of their “In Performance at the White House” series. Mickey’s riveting rendition of Patsy Cline’s classic “Crazy” was one of the highlights of the night.

“When I sang for Gary and Steve, they saw potential in me,” explains Mickey.  “Now I have a record deal with Capitol Records, I’ve sung at the White House and I’m making an album. It’s very, very humbling because if you would have asked me a few years ago if I would have pictured myself being at this point, I probably would of laughed and said, ‘Yeah right!’ I’m very appreciative of it because I understand how hard it is for artists to get to this point. I feel extremely blessed.”

Mickey released an acoustic EP, Unbreakable, in conjunction with her iTunes Festival performance in Austin, TX last March.  She is currently putting the finishing touches on her debut album with producers Nathan Chapman (Taylor Swift, Keith Urban) and Dann Huff (Faith Hill, Keith Urban, The Band Perry).

Mickey’s debut single is the powerful “Better Than You Left Me” which she co-wrote with Jennifer Hanson, Jenn Schott and Nathan Chapman.  The single broke Country Aircheck history for the most one–week adds for a debut act’s first single.  Mickey has appeared on several Who To Watch for in 2015 lists including NPR, Billboard, Spotify, Yahoo! Music, Huffington Post, Mashable, Taste of Country and Nashville Lifestyles. She was also recently featured in the Wall Street Journal and “Better Than You Left Me” was USA Today’s Song Of The Week. On January 10, Mickey made her Grand Ole Opry debut at the historic Ryman Auditorium.  Her emotional and powerful performance brought the audience to their feet.

The members of the band Brulé regretfully announce that the band will not be performing at the 2015 TERRITORY DAYS festival – due to unforeseen circumstances beyond their control.  Brulé is looking forward to their return in 2016 and the band wishes everyone connected with and attending this years event all the very best for much fun, frolic and success.


Local favorite Jake Loggins kicks out the blues guitar licks like nobodys business! Originally from Texas, this young guitar master has become a staple act at Pro Promotions events for the past decade. His talent and personality are top notch, and the music is something you will not want to miss. The Jake Loggins Band rocks the OK Corral Saloon at 11:00 am and in Bancroft Park Saturday at 6:00 pm.

Some Peoples’ Kids are a 6-piece cover band based out of Colorado Springs, CO. Established in the early 1980′s, the Kids have been performing again regularly since 2011. Their high energy performances are inspired by a diverse array of musical influences and fueled by six of Colorado’s finest musicians. Rick Toombs – Vocals, Tenor Sax, and Guitar Tom Lanam – Vocals & Percussion, Vinny Luciani – Lead Guitar, Michael Lascuola – Bass & Vocals, Mike Espinoza – Drums Tom Duhon – Keyboards. Catch the Kids on Sunday at 11:00 am in the OK Corral, and again on Monday at high noon in Bankroft Park.


Exit West is a local Colorado band that has become one of the area’s premier country bands. A unique raw and driving sound has set them apart from the typical country sound that is more commonly found around the area and has kept them in high demand. The core members of Alan Mullineaux, David Mullineaux and Valerie Carricato bring a well versed musical background to the band. Heavily influenced by the old “outlaw” sounds of Waylon, Hank Jr., Merle, etc. , they are able to blend a mix of new and old to create a song list that will keep you dancing and partying all night long. The recent release of their debut album “Somewhere In Between” has increased their demand along the front range area with several original songs being played on local radio stations. Some are even being played on the radio in other states as well as a radio program in England. The release of the single “Bring Those Outlaws Back” has remained #1 on the independent country music charts on the Bandwagon Radio Network for 3 weeks straight and has still remained in the top 10. This is an accomplishment that they are very proud of. If you get the chance, check them out at a show anywhere you can find them in the Colorado area. You will not be disappointed. See Exit West Sunday at 2:00 pm performing live on-stage in Bancroft Park.


WireWood Station’s members have performed all over the United States including stages in Europe, New York, Chicago, Branson and Nashville. They are a Colorado based band and have performed with country legends to jazz icon’s – playing all styles in between. Members of the band have played with Wayne Newton, Mark O’Conner, Regis and Kelly to Bobby McFerrin! They’ve opened for Charlie Daniels and Oliver North (in a benefit honoring our troops) as well as the Marshall Tucker Band when they won the “Best Acoustic” band at the Rocky Mountain Music Festival. WireWood Station is a high energy four member band have been labeled Americana/Bluegrass with a twist – playing Beatles, Elvis, Ricky Skaggs, Tom Waits, Johnny Cash to Michael Jackson and everything in between but always with a WireWood Station twist! “It’s amazing what these folks can do with a little bit of wire and a little bit of wood!” Wirewood Station performs at 2:00 pm Saturday in Bancroft Park.

Jacob Christopher Band

Jacob Christopher Gallegos was born in Albuquerque New Mexico in June of 1994, and grew up in the small town of Hoehne CO. The 3rdof 5 siblings, Jacob started learning guitar in the later teen years after watching his oldest brother Ross learn the instrument. After all of the basketball, football and wrestling injuries, he said ” School never interested me, so when I was too broken to play sports there wasn’t many options, so I picked up the guitar” After Graduating high school in 2013, he attended PPCC for 6 months until Jacob had put together his first band his senior year of high school. Combining the Bob Seger / Bruce Springsteen attitude with his down home southern charmed simple way of life, Jacob delivers a strong heart beat feel to the show and rockers like “Good Times” and a crowd staple “Crazy Bout’ You” Jacob delivers a foot-stomping show filled with heart break, love and rebellion. Jacob Christopher Band performs live at 4:00 pm on Sunday in Bancroft Park.


The Robby Wicks Band blends rock, folk and soul into their original arrangements. RWB is quickly becoming recognized as a premier act in the Western Region. Their mastery of songwriting and musicianship coupled with energy and feel sets them apart from the rest. See the Robby Wicks Band perform on the big stage in Bancroft Park on Monday at 3:00 pm.


There are many words and phrases that can be used to describe The Voodoo Hawks. Just ask any Blues Musician in town and they can give you their story of The VooDoo Hawks and what they mean to the music community of Colorado Springs. Rikki (lead Vocalist, lead Guitarist) is probably one of the most well known musicians in Colorado Springs, with a musical career spanning well over a decade in this town alone. Rikki has graced the stage with some of the most well known musicians of the last century including The Allman Brothers, Grand Funk Railroad, Humble Pie, Marshall Tucker, Johnny Winter, Stevie Ray Vaughan, and ZZ Top. Experience a Territory Days tradition! Catch the VooDoo Hawks live in Bancroft Park Monday at 10 am.


TRIBE is named after the Mardi Gras Indian Tradition of New Orleans. The group has been together about 12 years through the leadership of John Wise the “Big Chief”(bass and lead vocals). Tribe plays a blend of Blues, Jazz, Carnival, Zydeco, Swing and Island Music with the emphasis being dance music. Tribe does material from Muddy Waters, Harry Belafonte, Professor Longhair, the Neville Brothers, BB King, Bob Marley, Dr. John as well as others.
Regular members include: Michael Reese (guitar and vocals), Dwight Bement (saxophone and vocals), and Teddy Nazario (Drums). Various keyboard players including Jake Jacoby, Jimmy Lange, and Jana Lee Ross. Catch TRIBE for an awesome show that will fill your soul with sound! Saturday, 12:00 pm-1:30 pm on the main stage in Bancroft Park.

Remember the 60′s………..or maybe you don’t? Let Starburn take you there with the music of a time when all things seemed possible. A time when men walked on the moon, computers were in their infancy, and cell phones didn’t exist. The music was a reflection of the social changes of that era involving great vocal harmonies with strong guitar and keyboard virtuosity. Whether you grew up with this music or you first heard it on your parent’s stereo it has influenced you in some way. Starburn performs the songs of everyone from Vanilla Fudge, Rare Earth, and the Doobie Brothers to Pink Floyd, The Who, and Led Zeppelin. This very danceable high energy music is performed in front of a stunning backdrop of psychedelic images reminiscent of the times. This is guaranteed to be a show you will remember. Catch Starburn performing live at 10 am on Saturday in Bancroft Park.

The Habitual Line-Steppers

The Habitual Line-Steppers are a Colorado based Jam Band consisting of some of the finest players in the region. Group based around guitar, bass, drums, percussion, and keys, HLS has all the tools to make all of the Dead, Allman bros, Panic, and all the other fundamental jam gurus scream! As well as maintains a funk/blues feel. Austin Johnson on guitar, Sean Pytle on bass, Dean Woodward on drums, Teddy Nazario on percussion, Bryant Jones on keys! These players are all veterans you may recognize some names, come see their musical journey unfold as they Are the Habitual Line-Steppers! See them on the big stage in Bancroft Park Sunday at 10:30 am.


A favorite with Territory Days visitors, 6035 (sixty thirty-five) is a rock classics tribute band that takes pride in playing songs that sound just like the originals — a tight mix of music from Led Zeppelin to Billy Joel and Journey to the Foo Fighters. Music lovers from groovy hippies to alternative hipsters know the words to the songs that 6035 plays with such irresistible energy that everyone has to dance! 6035 has been voted one of the Pikes Peak region’s top bands, and you can find them entertaining at area clubs and festivals throughout the summer. Check out their schedule at www.6035rocks.com, and see them live at Territory Days Monday afternoon in the OK Corral Beer Garden.

Southern Belle has been a recognized force on the Colorado music scene for years. With decades of experience between them, their high energy and playful attitudes keep audiences engaged while a diverse selection of tunes keep em’ entertained. Whatever your musical pleasure Southern Belle has it covered …. from Pink to Miranda Lambert, Joan Jett to Patsy Cline, Eric Church to Georgia Satellites, Johnny Cash to Stevie Ray…and everything in between…current to classic. Throw in a dash from the growing list of Belle Originals and the standard dance classics audiences can’t live without and you have a recipe for a $#!T Kick’n good time! Southern Belle has had the privilege of opening for such Country favorites as Ty Herndon, Anita Cochran, Billy Dean & Ricochet as well as sharing the stage with up-n-comers, Due West, Lucas Hogue, The Henningsens & Charlie Jenkins, to name a few. Don’t miss your chance to GET YER “BELLE” RUNG Saturday afternoon in the OK Corral Beer Garden.

Tumbling Dice
Pleasing crowds and keeping boots on the dance floors of Colorado’s top country music venues make Tumbling Dice a popular choice for anyone looking to kick up their heals and have a good time. Covering artists from Patsy to Miranda, and Waylon to Blake, Tumbling Dice promises something for dance and music lovers young and old. Catch Tumbling Dice Monday at 11:00 am in the OK Corral.


Justus League is an award-winning blues infused rock band that consists of some of Colorado Springs’ finest musicians. With their super human musical abilities and overwhelming stage presence, these four young men have prowess and soul unmatched by players twice their age and experience. Often referred to as an all-star group, JL features multiple lead singers, and are sure to captivate any audience. Justus League was founded in 2013, and collaboratively the men within the dynamic group have performed over 10,000 shows throughout the United States. Justus League performs live at 4:00 pm on Saturday in Bancroft Park.

Suga’ Bear & the Show Time Band Show Time Band is one of the hottest high energy live bands based out of Colorado Springs, Co. The seven member group is composed of a diverse group of musicians that helps define fun and excitement. The group is composed of the vocal Trio of, Suga’ Bear, Lady Shay, & Troy, who also plays Congas along with musicians, Aundre Ai (drums), Scott Haffiey (bass), Phil Schwartz(guitar) vocals and Joe Kaiser (keyboards)vocals. The band’s distinctive style and raw energy will keep you dancing, shaking, and moving from start to finish. Show Time Band is always exciting on stage with their unmistakable sound and electrifying showmanship, combining all the great sounds of R&B, Funk, Motown, and top 40 hits to create their own flow of “Hot dance music”. Don’t take our word for it.. .. “Come fee/the vibe” The Show Time Band rocks the OK Corral Sunday afternoon starting at 3:00 pm.

Grant Adkisson, President of the Fellowship of Christian Cowboys is excited to once again be a part of the festivities at Territory Days. Grant has been ministering to a western world through cowboy church services, Rodeo Bible Camps, and developing The Way for Cowboys NT. Grant is the third generation of a ranch family that first homesteaded in Colorado in the 1800s. Grant has also appeared on many radio and television programs, and concert stages with such personalities as Waddie Mitchell, Baxter Black, Michael Martin Murphy, Sons of the San Joaquin, Cowboys for Jesus and many others. But, don’t let that impress you though, as Grant is a down to earth preacher who will testify to the fact that the best adventure of his life has been his relationship with Jesus, his Lord and Savior, and that is what he wants to share with you!


His Witness has been in the ministry for over 16 years. They have been truly blessed with the ability to write a song that reaches into the heart of the listeners only because it reached them first. His Witness prays that you are blessed through their ministry. With a heart for Christ, a love for people, and the desire to tell you of Jesus our Lord and Savior. His Witness will join Grant Adkisson at Cowboy Church, Sunday, May 24, in Bancroft Park, 9:30am

Our Generation is a 5 member kids classic rock band from Denver! This high energy band has graced the stages of The Celtic Tavern, Herman’s Hideaway, The Toad Tavern, and more. Their festivals include Denver’s UMX Music Festival and headlining at the Upper Colfax Root 40 Music Festival! Aged 11-15, Abbey, Addie, Dane, Jason, and Jude have been together for over a year – drawing crowds onto the dance floor and delighting audiences of all ages. Come see them perform at 12:30 pm on the main stage in Bancroft Park.

Kris Sciba

While serving in the U.S. Air Force, Kris discovered he had a passion for songwriting. He’s written and filed away dozens of pieces over the past 35 years and is now putting it all together with recording and live performance. His debut CD ”SongPie”, was released in August, 2014.
“I play rock/folk/country/blues, but none of it strictly any of the above…. I think Americana might be a good description for it. Whatever it is, it’s fun!” Enjoy Kris’s sounds during the Territory Days event at the Clock Tower Stage at 25th & Colorado.


This 15 year old sax man specializes in improvisation and can tear up the blues, jazz, rock and roll and anything else thrown at him. See Wyatt perform throughout the weekend with TRIBE, Some Peoples’ Kids, Jake Loggins, The Show Time Band, Justus League & others. Territory Days supports our young musicians!

Some Sweet Day

Some Sweet Day is an acoustic old‐timey band that plays a unique blend of new and traditional music. Based in Colorado, the band has been making a name for itself at festivals and other venues throughout the region.​

The band is centered around Phillip & Lauren Douglas, multi – instrumentalists and singers. Accompanied by a vorticular cast of characters on fiddle, banjo, mandolin, accordion, get yer toes a tappin. Playing songs and tunes from the hills and hollers. Acoustic sounds, songs to tell stories, uplifting . Americana, bluegrass, folky, and country music.

See them perform Saturday at 3:00-5:00pm on the Clock Tower Stage at 25th & Colorado.