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COVID GUIDELINES ARE IN PLACE

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Gimme Gimme Disco

Saturday January 28
Doors 8:00 pm
Starts 9:00 pm
Ages 18+

Gimme Gimme Disco at The Senate

January 28, 2023

Bag Policy:
- Clear bag that does not exceed 12"x6"x12"
- One gallon clear plastic bag
- Small clutch bags with a max size of 4.5"x6.5"

The Senate is now a cashless venue

COVID GUIDELINES ARE IN PLACE

Covid restrictions are determined on a show-by-show basis according to artist request. All shows with covid restrictions will notify customers on the website as well as on the event listing and by email prior to show day.

AEG Presents

Big Gigantic

Wednesday February 01
Doors 8:00 pm
Starts 9:00 pm

Big Gigantic at The Senate

February 1, 2023

The Senate is a cashless venue and utilizes a clear bag policy

COVID GUIDELINES ARE IN PLACE

Covid restrictions are determined on a show-by-show basis according to artist request. All shows with covid restrictions will notify customers on the website as well as on the event listing and by email prior to show day.

SUSTO with Howdy

Friday February 03
Doors 7:00 pm
Starts 8:00 pm

SUSTO at The Senate

With Howdy

Friday, Feb. 3, 2023

Bag Policy:
- Clear bag that does not exceed 12"x6"x12"
- One gallon clear plastic bag
- Small clutch bags with a max size of 4.5"x6.5"

The Senate is now a cashless venue

COVID GUIDELINES ARE IN PLACE

Covid restrictions are determined on a show-by-show basis according to artist request. All shows with covid restrictions will notify customers on the website as well as on the event listing and by email prior to show day.

TAUK with Kanika Moore and Funk You

Saturday February 04
Doors 7:00 pm
Starts 8:00 pm

TAUK with Kanika Moore at The Senate

with Funk You

February 4, 2023

Bag Policy:
- Clear bag that does not exceed 12"x6"x12"
- One gallon clear plastic bag
- Small clutch bags with a max size of 4.5"x6.5"

The Senate is now a cashless venue

COVID GUIDELINES ARE IN PLACE

Covid restrictions are determined on a show-by-show basis according to artist request. All shows with covid restrictions will notify customers on the website as well as on the event listing and by email prior to show day.

AEG Presents

Flogging Molly

Sunday February 05
Doors 6:30 pm
Starts 7:30 pm

Flogging Molly at The Senate

February 5, 2023

Bag Policy:
- Clear bag that does not exceed 12"x6"x12"
- One gallon clear plastic bag
- Small clutch bags with a max size of 4.5"x6.5"

The Senate utilizes cashless and clear bag policies

COVID GUIDELINES ARE IN PLACE

Covid restrictions are determined on a show-by-show basis according to artist request. All shows with covid restrictions will notify customers on the website as well as on the event listing and by email prior to show day.

AEG Presents

The Stews Winter Tour

Saturday February 11
Doors 7:00 pm
Starts 8:00 pm

The Stews at The Senate

February 11, 2023

The Senate utilizes cashless and clear bag policies

COVID GUIDELINES ARE IN PLACE

Covid restrictions are determined on a show-by-show basis according to artist request. All shows with covid restrictions will notify customers on the website as well as on the event listing and by email prior to show day.

Taylor Swift Dance Party Long Live

Friday February 17
Doors 8:00 pm
Starts 9:00 pm
Ages 16+

LONG LIVE: a Taylor Swift dance party at The Senate

Feb. 17, 2023

AGES 16+

The Senate utilizes a cashless and clear bag policy.

COVID GUIDELINES ARE IN PLACE

Covid restrictions are determined on a show-by-show basis according to artist request. All shows with covid restrictions will notify customers on the website as well as on the event listing and by email prior to show day.

Zero Mile Presents

The Wonder Years with Hot Mulligan and Carly Cosgrove The Hum Goes on Forever Tour

Sunday February 19
Doors 6:30 pm
Starts 7:30 pm

The Wonder Years at The Senate

February 19, 2023

The Wonder Years

Hot Mulligan

Carly Cosgrove

Bag Policy:
- Clear bag that does not exceed 12"x6"x12"
- One gallon clear plastic bag
- Small clutch bags with a max size of 4.5"x6.5"

The Senate is now a cashless venue

COVID GUIDELINES ARE IN PLACE

Covid restrictions are determined on a show-by-show basis according to artist request. All shows with covid restrictions will notify customers on the website as well as on the event listing and by email prior to show day.

SOLD OUT

Mitchell Tenpenny This Is The Heavy Tour

Friday February 24
Doors 7:00 pm
Starts 8:00 pm
Ages All Ages

Mitchell Tenpenny at The Senate

with Tyler Braden

SOLD OUT

Doors at 7 PM // Show at 8 PM

Bag Policy:

- Clear bag that does not exceed 12"x6"x12"

- One gallon clear plastic bag

- Small clutch bags with a max size of 4.5"x4.5"

Bucket List Meet & Greet Experience  

one general admission ticket  

VIP early entry into the venue  

Private pre-show meet & greet with Mitchell Tenpenny  

Personal photograph with Mitchell  

Access to a pre-show acoustic performance by Mitchell Tenpenny  

Q&A session with Mitchell  

Collectible lyric sheet, autographed by Mitchell Tenpenny  

Limited edition Mitchell Tenpenny snapback hat  

Commemorative VIP laminate  

Merchandise shopping opportunity before doors open to public  

On-site VIP host  

Very limited availability  

   

Always Something With You Soundcheck Experience  

one general admission ticket  

VIP early entry into the venue  

Access to a pre-show acoustic performance by Mitchell Tenpenny  

Q&A session with Mitchell  

Collectible lyric sheet, autographed by Mitchell Tenpenny  

Limited edition Mitchell Tenpenny snapback hat  

Commemorative VIP laminate  

Merchandise shopping opportunity before doors open to public  

On-site VIP host  

Limited availability     

Package purchasers will receive an email (3) days prior to the day of the show with VIP check-in details. Information will be sent to the e-mail address provided at the time of purchase. Please note that the information provided at the time of purchase (e-mail and mailing address) is the same information that will be utilized for individual contact requirements. On Location | Future Beat, the artist, tour, promoter, ticketing company, venue, or any other affiliated parties are not responsible for outdated or inaccurate information provided by the consumer at the time of purchase. VIP merchandise items will be distributed at the venue on the day of the show. Merchandise not picked up onsite will not be shipped post-event. The laminate included in the package does not gain or authorize access into the venue (without ticket), VIP, or any backstage areas. Package details subject to change at any time without notice. All package elements will be rendered invalid if resold. Name changes will only be issued at the sole discretion of On Location | Future Beat. All packages and package contents are non-transferable; no refunds or exchanges; all sales are final.  If you have any questions regarding your ticket purchase, contact Fan Support or email us at info@future-beat.com.  

For an artist who’s amassed so many light-hearted country songs, Mitchell Tenpenny is actually dead serious about his craft. And the result of that is a carefully curated batch of bona fide country songs that he hopes will keep getting fans to listen and to love what they hear. 

“This isn’t a hobby for me. This is my job: to get people to love and believe my songs. I have a responsibility to make music that people latch on to. That’s what songwriting is to me,” Tenpenny says now, four years after making his debut in 2018 with Telling All My Secrets. “It’s like that old adage, ‘With great power comes great responsibility.’” That album earned him the best first week showing for any major label country debut LP at the time of its release, is certified Gold and also includes the 3x platinum selling #1 single, “Drunk Me.”

Even with that solid work ethic, Tenpenny knows that half the fun of making the music is the having fun part. The songwriting and wordsmithing come naturally, he says, even when he’s been out drinking with friends. “There’s a clarity in the drunk. Sometimes that’s when you have the best titles, phrases, and alliterations, because you’re free and you’re talking, and things just come out differently.” He says his hook book is packed with ideas from good hangs and nights out.  

Now that he’s on the verge of releasing his ambitious 20-track studio album This Is The Heavy, he maintains that while his rock influences are featured on the songs, with heavy drums and guitars, the foundation for everything he does is country. Which you’d expect from someone who was born and raised in Nashville, in a family with deep roots in the country music business.

“In the heyday of Brooks & Dunn, they were my favorite band. And going to Fan Fair with my grandma (former Sony/ATV Music CEO Donna Hilley) was awesome,” he recalls. “But there was a lot more than just country music going on in Nashville. There was the emo-rock scene and the Rocketown scene. After being so engulfed in country music, when I got to high school, I made friends by starting a rock band.” Even as they explored that sound, Tenpenny’s origins stayed with him and ultimately, led him to a proper career in country music. “When teacher says, ‘write whatever you want in your journal’: that’s how songwriting feels to me. Just free. So lyrically we stay country, but we also explore new sounds.”

That’s the very reason that Tenpenny’s music sounds like an evolution of sorts. If fans expect him to recreate traditional country music, that’s just not him. “If I copy Waylon and Willie, that’s not authentic. Because those records have already been made. I write what I know and what I like, and hope that other people like it, too.”

At 33, Tenpenny also knows that he hasn’t lived quite enough life to make every single song about him. He’s okay with telling a compelling story when it happens to make a compelling song. “I don’t always just write about myself. Johnny Cash didn’t really shoot a man in Reno just to watch him die. It was just a great lyric. A lot of my songs come from true life, but a lot of them are stories I make up in my head.”

He’s learned those songwriting lessons from his idols, like Bobby Braddock, who he says can write a million different songs a million different ways. And from Brett and Brad Warren, who he credits with getting him his first publishing deal. “They told me when we met that if they ever had a songwriting cancellation, they’d call me. They did, and we ended up writing ‘That’s How She Goes.’ Keith Urban put it on hold, then Blake Shelton put it on hold. I always thought it was someone else’s song, but then it finally felt right for me, and I knew I needed to cut it myself.” The song makes its debut appearance on This Is the Heavy even though it was written nearly a decade ago. 

The Nashville that built Tenpenny isn’t much like the one that exists today. His memories of the influential music from Lower Broadway take him back to Paradise Park Trailer Park at 4th and Broadway. A place where he and his buddies could drink $6 pitchers of Natty Light and listen to a guitar player with a Fender Forever tattoo. “It was the coolest place in the world. Rest in peace, Paradise Park,” he says of the honky-tonk that closed in 2018. 

Another instrumental part of Tenpenny’s early attempts at songwriting came in college when he hit the roommate jackpot. He lived with Brad Clawson -- “Happy Does,” “Up Down” -- the son of prolific hitmaker Rodney Clawson. They didn’t plan to make a living in country music, but they also didn’t plan not to. “We had guitars in our room, and there was nothing else to do but just try to figure this out. We started writing country songs. It just kind of happened, because we didn’t have a plan B. We were so naïve. But we had jobs – I worked in construction and valet parking – and I learned that you never know who’s in the room. When you’re too focused on becoming an artist, you lose sight of everything that’s around you. And then you might miss the opportunities around you.”

Opportunities such as meeting a producer while he was putting insulation in a roof in Nashville. “You have to be open minded enough to take chances every time you get them,” he says. And then those seemingly random moments can lead to bigger things, like Tenpenny’s breakout #1 hit “Drunk Me,” which has amassed more 580 million on-demand streams. He wrote the song with Jordan Schmidt and Justin Wilson, and it became his debut single. It was released in 2018, but he remembers hearing it on the radio for the first time as if it was yesterday. 

“I remember being in my truck driving around Nashville, and I heard my voice. I thought it was just my CD and that I was listening to the mix. But it sounded different,” he says. When he pushed the eject button and nothing came out, he had the quintessential epiphany: “Is this the radio? I couldn’t believe my song was on the radio. I started crying, I called my mom: that feeling never changes.” 

He considers his new song stack more mature, with a best-of-both-worlds sound. “It goes back to my rock influences, with more expressive arrangements, but lyrically it’s about what I’ve been doing the last four years of my life,” he says. His intention was not to veer off course. “There are still songs that have the vibe of ‘Drunk Me’ and ‘Alcohol You Later.’ I’m not one to ever leave the fans behind. Because I loved when bands stuck to what made me fall in love with them. That’s important to me. I never want to venture off too far from what first got me started.”

And it’s those fans that have pushed his on-demand streams to be among the best out of today’s breakout artists, with over 1.3 billion total and as many as six tracks exceeding competitive artists’ tracks thanks to his loyal fan base. At the close of 2021, Mitchell was a Top 10 artist on Spotify’s Hot Country (#7) and the #5 most-played artist on SiriusXM’s The Highway only just behind superstars like Kane Brown, Luke Combs, Thomas Rhett, and Chris Stapleton. His social following continues to grow and specifically, his TikTok following, and likes are competitive with current headlining acts. In the weeks leading into the release of This Is the Heavy Mitchell made history with the shortest time between #1 songs in the modern chart era with just a three-week span between “Truth About You” and “At The End Of A Bar.” 

When Tenpenny set out to make This Is the Heavy, there was no question that he’d write all the songs the way he did on his first studio album. “It’s hard for me to make someone believe a song I didn’t write. When it comes to my own record, I feel like I’m the best one to write my own story and say what I want to say.” The album’s first single, certified gold, “Truth About You” has already racked up more than 129+ million streams and landed in the Top 10 on Billboard’s Country Airplay chart. 

Tenpenny recently celebrated his second career #1 single, “At The End Of A Bar,” which he co-wrote with his label mate Chris Young.

Tenpenny’s debut album and his follow-up EPs also caught the attention of expert talent spotter Luke Bryan, who invited Tenpenny to join him on his current “Raised Up Right Tour.” In January 2023, Tenpenny will launch the first run of shows on his headline “This Is The Heavy Tour.”

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Big Head Todd & The Monsters

Thursday March 16
Doors 7:00 pm
Starts 8:00 pm

Big Head Todd and The Monsters have quietly become an American institution following three and a half decades of writing, recording, and touring (totaling over 3,500 performances). After countless sold out shows in amphitheaters and on the high seas, beaming their tunes to outer space (literally), earning the endorsement of everyone from Robert Plant to The Denver Broncos, and tallying tens of millions of streams, Big Head Todd and The Monsters cite the friendships formed in the crowd among their proudest accomplishments. Fast forward to 2021 and the Colorado quartet—Todd Park Mohr [vocals, guitar, keys, sax, harmonica], Brian Nevin [drums, percussion], Rob Squires [bass, vocals], and Jeremy Lawton [guitar, keys, vocals, steel guitar]—continue to unite audiences.

“Friendships have spawned because of our band,” smiles Todd. “Maybe a bit like the Grateful Dead, the line between audience and stage has over time become a bit blurred and many lifelong friendships have been made in every direction. I’m very proud of that. Bringing people together and sharing a joy for a couple of hours is an important function of music. Music can cultivate community, even harmony. We need that!”

Fittingly, the guys in the band began as friends as well. Todd and Brian first crossed paths in high school jazz band circa 1982. Soon, the guys started to jam in Brian’s basement also joined by Rob. Sweat-soaked house party gigs and talent shows followed until they became a fixture on the bar circuit “before I was even old enough to drink,” laughs Todd. As perennial outliers, the musicians performed original material at these formative gigs, standing out from a bevy of cover bands in the scene at the time.

Adopting the moniker Big Head Todd & The Monsters, they served up their independent debut Another Mayberry in 1989 and Midnight Radio in 1990 to critical acclaim, setting the stage for their seminal 1993 breakout Sister Sweetly. Powered by staples “Broken Hearted Savior,” “It’s Alright,” and “Bittersweet,” it eventually went platinum, and they supported Plant on tour. At the time, Variety hailed Todd as “a soulful singer and nimble lead guitarist,” while The Los Angeles Times claimed, “Mohr, who has a voice like smoke, writes great songs that incorporates blues, folk, rock and country, which sounds sort of like, well, Big Head Todd and the Monsters.”

Throughout the next decade, the group presented fan favorites such as Strategem [1994] and Beautiful World [1997]. The latter yielded the cover of “Boom Boom” [feat. John Lee Hooker], which famously served as the theme to NCIS: New Orleans. In 2005, they exceeded our atmosphere altogether. Friends with connections to NASA encouraged Todd to write a song for NASA, so they ignited 2005’s “Blue Sky.” In 2011, Big Head Todd and The Monsters played “Blue Sky” live from the middle of Mission Control to awaken the astronauts aboard the shuttle. 2017 saw them release New World Arisin’ to fan adoration and critical acclaim. Glide Magazine claimed, “such tracks, like most of this music, radiate a sense of optimism and purpose ever so welcome in these fragmented times.”

Along the way, the band joined the Denver Broncos on their Super Bowl victory parade, delivering a triumphant performance to boot. Not to mention, they’ve headlined their own cruise multiple times and introduced Rockin’ the Reef as a five-night musical extravaganza in Jewel Paradise Cove in Runaway Bay Jamaica for 2022.

Big Head Todd and The Monsters took the stage at hallowed hometown haunt Red Rocks Amphitheatre a staggering 32 times. In June 2021, they made a rapturous homecoming to Red Rocks for their first full capacity gig at the venue post-COVID. Chronicling the gig, 303 Magazine described the group as “a longtime pal that has defined Colorado’s blues-rock scene for multiple decades.”

“The Red Rocks performances have all been special to me,” Todd goes on. “Growing up in Colorado, I always loved going to shows there as a teenager. I’m super proud of that. The COVID year was really unique, because we played there four times before finally getting back in front of a packed house. It meant a lot to all of us.”

In 2019, the band instituted another fan favorite tradition, by launching Monsters Music Monthly. They revealed a free song and video on a monthly basis, including “Hoochie Coochie Man” [feat. Buddy Guy], “Rosalita” [feat. John Popper of Blues Traveler], “Remedy” [feat. Ronnie Baker Brooks], “Sunshine of Your Love” [feat. David Hidalgo], and more. Todd and Co. have notably managed to collaborate or perform with a myriad of their heroes over the years, namely Neil Young, B.B. King, Allman Brothers, John Prine, Albert Collins, James Cotton, John Lee Hooker, Hubert Sumlin, and dozens more.

“For a half-Asian kid growing up in Littleton, Colorado, it’s not likely I would’ve ever ended up being as involved in blues music as I have been,” he observes. “It’s unbelievable we’ve gotten to play and even record with some of my idols.”

In the end, Big Head Todd and The Monsters will never stop bringing crowds together. In fact, they’ll hit the road yet again for a full-scale US tour in winter 2022 with more on the horizon.

“If I had any message for our listeners, it would just be, ‘Thank you’,” he leaves off. “We’re so fortunate to have lives making music. We’re grateful to be in the situation we’re in, and we’re going to continue as long as we can.”

COVID GUIDELINES ARE IN PLACE

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Stephen Marley with Mike Love Old School Tour

Friday March 17
Doors 7:00 pm
Starts 8:00 pm

Stephen Marley at The Senate

With Special Guest Mike Love

Bag Policy:
- Clear bag that does not exceed 12"x6"x12"
- One gallon clear plastic bag
- Small clutch bags with a max size of 4.5"x6.5"

The Senate is now a cashless venue

COVID GUIDELINES ARE IN PLACE

Covid restrictions are determined on a show-by-show basis according to artist request. All shows with covid restrictions will notify customers on the website as well as on the event listing and by email prior to show day.

AEG Presents

Polyphia North American Spring Tour 2023 - SOLD OUT

Thursday March 30
Doors 7:00 pm
Starts 1:16 pm

Polyphia - SOLD OUT

March 30, 2023

Check out their BRAND NEW album NOW!

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Bag Policy:

- Clear bag that does not exceed 12"x6"x12"

- One gallon clear plastic bag

- Small clutch bags with a max size of 4.5"x4.5"

COVID GUIDELINES ARE IN PLACE

Covid restrictions are determined on a show-by-show basis according to artist request. All shows with covid restrictions will notify customers on the website as well as on the event listing and by email prior to show day.

Zero Mile Presents

Larry Fleet with Ben Burgess SOLD OUT

Saturday April 01
Doors 7:00 pm
Starts 8:00 pm

Larry Fleet at The Senate

with Ben Burgess

SOLD OUT

April 1, 2023

Bag Policy:
- Clear bag that does not exceed 12"x6"x12"
- One gallon clear plastic bag
- Small clutch bags with a max size of 4.5"x6.5"

The Senate is now a cashless venue

COVID GUIDELINES ARE IN PLACE

Covid restrictions are determined on a show-by-show basis according to artist request. All shows with covid restrictions will notify customers on the website as well as on the event listing and by email prior to show day.

COLORS Worldwide Presents

R&B ONLY LIVE

Saturday April 08
Doors 8:30 pm
Starts 9:30 pm
Ages 18+

COLORS Worldwide Presents: R&B ONLY LIVE (18+)

At The Senate

April 8, 2023

Event Details:
Q: What is R&B ONLY LIVE?

A: R&B ONLY LIVE is a journey of R&B music from past to present.
 
Q: How should I dress for R&B ONLY LIVE?
 
A: Come camera ready! Our photographers will be on site.

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AEG Presents

David Cross with Sean Patton

Friday April 14
Doors 7:00 pm
Starts 8:00 pm
Ages 18+

David Cross at The Senate with Sean Patton

Worst Daddy in the World tour

April 14, 2023

Disclaimers:

  • Charity Fee: $2 from every ticket will go to support The Innocence Project which works to free the innocent, prevent wrongful convictions, and create fair, compassionate, and equitable systems of justice for everyone. Founded in 1992 by Barry C. Scheck and Peter J. Neufeld at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University, the organization is now an independent nonprofit. Our work is guided by science and grounded in antiracism. https://innocenceproject.org/

  • Phone-Free Event: This event will be a phone-free experience. Use of cellphones, smart watches, smart accessories, cameras or recording devices will not be permitted in the performance space. Anyone seen using a cellphone or recording device during the performance will be immediately escorted out of the venue. We appreciate your cooperation in creating a phone-free viewing experience. Please note: this is NOT a Yondr event.  

  • Copyright Notice: David Cross owns all rights in the content and materials, including any jokes and sketches (the “Materials”), delivered during his performance. The Materials may not be copied, translated, transmitted, displayed, distributed, or reproduced verbatim (the “Use”), in whole or in part, in any form, media, or technology now known or later developed, without the express prior written consent of David Cross. Any Use of the Materials without the express prior written consent of David Cross is strictly prohibited and shall be subject to all available legal remedies, whether in equity or at law at the cost of anyone who violates this prohibition.

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- Clear bag that does not exceed 12"x6"x12"
- One gallon clear plastic bag
- Small clutch bags with a max size of 4.5"x6.5"

The Senate is now a cashless venue

COVID GUIDELINES ARE IN PLACE

Covid restrictions are determined on a show-by-show basis according to artist request. All shows with covid restrictions will notify customers on the website as well as on the event listing and by email prior to show day.

Zero Mile Presents

Microwave

Tuesday April 18
Doors 6:30 pm
Starts 7:30 pm

Microwave at The Senate

April 18, 2023

Bag Policy:
- Clear bag that does not exceed 12"x6"x12"
- One gallon clear plastic bag
- Small clutch bags with a max size of 4.5"x6.5"

The Senate is now a cashless venue

COVID GUIDELINES ARE IN PLACE

Covid restrictions are determined on a show-by-show basis according to artist request. All shows with covid restrictions will notify customers on the website as well as on the event listing and by email prior to show day.

AEG Presents

Judah & The Lion

Friday April 21
Doors 7:00 pm
Starts 8:00 pm

Judah & The Lion at The Senate

April 21, 2023

Bag Policy:
- Clear bag that does not exceed 12"x6"x12"
- One gallon clear plastic bag
- Small clutch bags with a max size of 4.5"x6.5"

The Senate is now a cashless venue

COVID GUIDELINES ARE IN PLACE

Covid restrictions are determined on a show-by-show basis according to artist request. All shows with covid restrictions will notify customers on the website as well as on the event listing and by email prior to show day.

Drive-By Truckers with Lydia Loveless

Sunday April 23
Doors 7:00 pm
Starts 8:00 pm

Drive-By Truckers at The Senate

Lydia Loveless

April 23, 2023

Bag Policy:
- Clear bag that does not exceed 12"x6"x12"
- One gallon clear plastic bag
- Small clutch bags with a max size of 4.5"x6.5"

The Senate is now a cashless venue

COVID GUIDELINES ARE IN PLACE

Covid restrictions are determined on a show-by-show basis according to artist request. All shows with covid restrictions will notify customers on the website as well as on the event listing and by email prior to show day.

Girl Named Tom

Friday April 28
Doors 7:00 pm
Starts 8:00 pm

Girl Named Tom at The Senate

April 28, 2023

Bag Policy:
- Clear bag that does not exceed 12"x6"x12"
- One gallon clear plastic bag
- Small clutch bags with a max size of 4.5"x6.5"

The Senate is now a cashless venue

COVID GUIDELINES ARE IN PLACE

Covid restrictions are determined on a show-by-show basis according to artist request. All shows with covid restrictions will notify customers on the website as well as on the event listing and by email prior to show day.

Bored Teachers Comedy Show We Can't Make This Stuff Up!

Thursday May 11
Doors 6:00 pm
Starts 7:00 pm
Ages All Ages

Bored Teachers at The Senate

May 11, 2023

RESCHEDULED FROM November 12, 2022

Bag Policy:

- Clear bag that does not exceed 12"x6"x12"

- One gallon clear plastic bag

- Small clutch bags with a max size of 4.5"x6.5"

The Senate is now a cashless venue

The biggest entertainment platform for teachers in the world Bored Teachers

presents its first-ever comedy tour with the funniest teacher-comedians from the BT

videos and beyond! Their hilarious skits have amassed HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS of

views on the internet, and they're all joining comic forces on the stage for a night of

laughter you DO NOT want to miss... Put that red pen down, pause that Netflix

series you've been bingeing, throw on your comfiest teacher tee, call your teacher

besties, and come burn off some of that stress this school year has been dumping

all over you already!

COVID GUIDELINES ARE IN PLACE

Covid restrictions are determined on a show-by-show basis according to artist request. All shows with covid restrictions will notify customers on the website as well as on the event listing and by email prior to show day.

Outback Presents

Karlous Miller

Saturday October 14
Doors 6:00 pm
Starts 7:00 pm

Karlous Miller at The Senate

October 14, 2023

Bag Policy:
- Clear bag that does not exceed 12"x6"x12"
- One gallon clear plastic bag
- Small clutch bags with a max size of 4.5"x6.5"

The Senate is now a cashless venue

About Senate

The Senate is a 1200 capacity concert & event center located in Columbia, SC's downtown Vista district.

Located just one block from the state capitol building, adjacent to the University of South Carolina (34,000 students), surrounded by the city's best hotels, restaurants & more, the venue is in a prime location to deliver the maximum amount of exposure for tours & events.  The Senate features first class audio & visual capabilities paired with first class hospitality which makes the venue a premiere choice for concerts & private group events.

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