By Natalie Schiller, 303 Magazine | The Dairy Block is offering a fresh campaign for discovering new artists through live shows. Launching May 22 and 23, Artists on the Rise will deliver welcomed new sound with unique free live performances in the intimate Dairy Block alley. Each month the LoDo micro-district will shine a spotlight on some of Denver’s most noteworthy emerging musicians. LVDY, the acoustic female power-duo, comprised of Aubrey Mable and Kathleen Hooper, is set to kick off the new Artists on the Rise concert series.
The two will take the Dairy Block audience on a trip back to their roots. They started their career performing late-night jams in their kitchen and busking on the 16th Street Mall in Denver and will be bringing that same organic energy to the alley at the Dairy Block. Concertgoers can expect a stripped-down performance showcasing the raw talents of two women and a guitar, just as it began.
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The Dairy Block is located at 1800 Wazee St, Denver, 80202. LVDY will be performing on May 22 at 7 p.m. and May 23 at 3 p.m. No tickets are required, the Dairy Blocks concerts are free.
Natalie is a Music Editorial Intern at 303 Magazine. She is a student at the University of Denver, best known amongst her friends for choreographing dances to Stevie Wonder at age seven, but has since graduated to gushing over musical artists through journalism. She is a lover of all things art and music and when lost can always be found on Spotify.[Thank you to Alex Teitz, http://www.femmusic.com, for contributing this article.]