Nathaniel Rateliff, Isaac Slade of The Fray and more set for music education benefit at Colorado's 1stBank Center, tickets on sale now
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Colorado’s own Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats and Isaac Slade of the Fray are teaming up with Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper for Take Note the Concert, a benefit for Gov. Hickenlooper’s music education expansion initiative Take Note Colorado. Take Note the Concert happens Thursday, May 4. The all Colorado-based lineup will also see performances by Billy Nershi of The String Cheese Incident, Todd Park Mohr, Tracksuit Wedding, and Josh Blue. Tickets to this amazing event are on sale now. Follow this link to find them on AXS.

Related: Watch: Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper declares Dec. 17 Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats Day

Music education is an important issue and one near and dear to Gov. Hickenlooper, who is a musician himself. The Governor has crusaded to change the fact that 28,000 students in Colorado attend schools that don’t offer arts education and 50 percent of Colorado high school students are not in art classes. Gov. Hickenlooper had this to say about music education:

“Study after study shows that music learning supports other learning—from language development to improved test scores in countless subjects. But it’s so much more: music is crucial to creating a unique and vibrant culture. If Colorado wants to ensure everyone has access to a high-quality education, we must expand access to music education.”

You don’t want to miss this important event that will benefit music education throughout Colorado and hopefully raise awareness across the country. Click here for tickets. Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats will also be headlining at a benefit for refugees on March 23. Check out this link for more info.