It’s the season for love and passion, so everyone is looking for something to do and people are frantically looking to make plans for Valentine’s Day. So, why not kick off your night with some live music? Why not attend a concert? That sounds like a pretty great gift to give to your loved one. Share a moment with your love or a friend while beautiful music is filling the room.
Well, there’s a solution to all of that. Here’s an open invitation for everyone to come and share a moment with us at the PULP’s Valentine’s Day Bash! This event was put together by Desirae Garcia, with efforts from Blank Tape Records, to showcase an all-star line up. The night will consist of some Colorado Natives, John Statz of Denver and Kelsey Sprague of Pueblo, with an addition of some Canadian Flavor from Zachary Lucky. It will be a night filled with sweet music and the office will be filled with great people.
The event will be on Friday, Feb. 14, 2014. The doors will open at 6:30 p.m., and the concert will begin at 7 p.m. It will only cost $5 to get in, and that’s really just a donation to the musicians.
The concert will be held at the PULP office, located at 120 Union Avenue and is within walking distance of the Pueblo Riverwalk. If you have some refreshments to bring along, feel free to bring it with you.
For all of the details and information about the concert, go to our Event Page on Facebook.
If this event sounds like your cup of tea, then mark down that you are going on the event page and invite some of your friends and family.
For any further questions, that the event page could not answer, contact us on our Facebook page or on our Twitter.
We hope to see you there!
Here’s some of the music you will hear at the PULP Valentine’s Day Concert.
– Kelsey Sprague | Baby Be Mine
– Zachary Lucky | Ramblin’ Man’s lament
– John Statz | Wichita Waltz
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