Just Announced – Tame Impala Is Heading To Mission Ballroom

Patience pays off. Psych-rock heroes, Tame Impala will bring the lights, lasers and sonic mind melt to the brand new Mission Ballroom this year. Heading to the venue on October 7 and 8, Kevin Parker’s trailblazing band will play two back-to-back nights of what will hopefully be some of the forthcoming album that’s been a long time coming. Fans have gotten teasers of the new material over the past couple of months in the form of “Patience” and “Borderline” which both debuted live during the band’s Saturday Night Live guest appearance back in March. A notorious perfectionist, Parker is keen on taking his time to deliver the follow-up to 2015’s acclaimed Currents. As lengthy a delay as it may seem, that hasn’t stopped the band from snagging coveted headlining gigs all across the country, from Coachella to Lollapalooza.

Check Out our review of Tame Impala’s 2016 Red Rocks performance 

The last time the band made their way to the Mile High City was in 2016 alongside Mac DeMarco at Red Rocks. The unfortunate news, however, is that Tame Impala will be performing the same night as Tyler, the Creator at Red Rocks, and on their second night, Vampire Weekend.

Fans will undoubtedly have to make a difficult decision when tickets go on sale this Friday, August 10 at 10 a.m. here.


  1. It would be awesome if one of the Denver journalistic organizations did a piece on how ticketing bots are impacting sales in Denver. AXS is self-dealing by only releasing a small number of tickets and then re-selling them for double prices on their own platform. Stubhub bots pick up the rest. When an entire show is sold out in 45 seconds, and ~1000 tickets are on StubHub 3 minutes after the sale, something is really wrong.

    Mission Ballroom will get a bad reputation if they can’t fix this.

  2. Same here. Tried getting tickets for Tame Impala as they have been my favorite band for 2 years. Moved to Denver to see good shows like this. This is very bad business to allow people to buy all of them up and then turn around and sell them for 2-3 times the price. How is that right? Why don’t you make people come to the box office instead. That is the way it used to be and yes it was a pain due to the lines yet you wouldn’t sell 3200 tickets in less than a minute. It’s pathetic! These could be bought by people overseas and sold right back to us for 3 times the price. Something has to be done to end this lunacy. If there is a way to get even one seat at face value I’d greatly appreciate any help. Really need 3 but 1 would suffice so I can go alone now.

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