Sheridan Arts Foundation: Two Nights of Big Something, 2/28 & 3/1!

Sheridan Arts Foundation: Two Nights of Big Something, 2/28 & 3/1!

Telluride’s Sheridan Arts Foundation (SAF) presents two nights of Big Something, live at the historic Sheridan Opera House (SOH), Monday, February 28, and Tuesday, March 1, 2022 (Mardi Gras), 9 p.m. Doors open at 8 p.m. Tickets $30 standing general admission tickets;$40 reserved balcony seat tickets + $5 ticketing fee. Tickets are available at or by calling 970.728.6363 ext. 4.

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It’s no secret why Big Something has quickly become one of the most exciting bands to emerge from the Southeast. Fusing elements of rock, pop, funk, and improvisation, Big Something takes listeners on a journey through a wide variety of musical styles.

Huge rhythms paired with soaring guitars, E.W.I (electronic wind instrument), synths, horns and alluring vocal hooks rise to the top of their infectious collection of songs and represent a sound that has landed the band marquee appearances at Bonnaroo, Peach Music Festival, Lock’n, Summer Camp and Electric Forest as well as critical acclaim from the likes of Billboard, Guitar World, Glide Magazine and Jambase.

With six full-length studio albums produced by Grammy-nominee John Custer, and even their own Summer music festival “The Big What?,” the band has carved out their own niche in the live music community and continues to grow nationally with sold-out headlining performances throughout the United States.

Big Something is Ben Vinograd (drums), Casey Cranford (saxophone, EWI), Doug Marshall (bass), Jesse Hensley (lead guitar, vocals), Josh Kagel (keys, trumpet) and Nick MacDaniels (guitar, lead vocals).

SAF & Covid:

The Sheridan Arts Foundation values the safety and health of our patrons and staff above all else. Anyone age 12 and up attending a public event at the Sheridan Opera House is now required to bring proof of vaccination OR proof of a negative COVID test taken within 72 hours of the event. Additionally, Molekule air purifiers (including two new medical grade Molekule Pro RX models) and hand-sanitizer stations are dispersed throughout the building, and temperature checks are performed at the door.

Ticket purchasers must also agree to the Sheridan Arts Foundation’s COVID waiver, found here.

SAF, more:

Founded in 1991 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit, Telluride’s Sheridan Arts Foundation was designed to preserve the historic Sheridan Opera House as an arts and cultural resource for the Telluride community, to bring quality arts and cultural events to Telluride and to provide local and national youth with access and exposure to the arts through education.

The Sheridan Arts Foundation is sponsored in part by grants from the CCAASE, Colorado Creative Industries, the Telluride Foundation, the Johnson Family Foundation and Just For Kids Foundation.

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