AMP Concerts presents

Counting Crows

Somewhere Under Wonderland Tour

Special Guests Citizen Cope and Hollis Brown

at Kiva Auditorium
401 2nd Street Northwest
Albuquerque NM 87102
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Time: 6:30pm     Day: Thursday     Doors: 5:30pm     Ages: All Ages    
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Due to unforeseen challenges with putting on this concert at The Downs of Santa Fe, we are moving it to the Kiva Auditorium in the Albuquerque Convention Center.  We apologize for any inconvenience, but are happy that we have an opportunity to still bring Counting Crows and Citizen Cope to New Mexico.

Tickets will go back on sale on Tuesday, August 11 at 10 am.  

Tickets are $35, $45, $60 and $74 (plus applicable service charges).  VIP Meet and Greet and Merchandise packages are available too.

Tickets will also be available through the Convention Center (Monday to Friday, 9 am to 4 pm, downstairs in the business offices or by calling 505-573-0758) and any TicketMaster Outlet. (Service charges vary, but they are only $1.5 if you go directly through the Convention Center)


We are going to map everyone into appropriate seats based on the ticket level they bought. We'll assign the seats in chronological order based on purchases.  Everyone who has previously purchased a ticket is going to have very good seats for the show at the Kiva.  Your tickets will be available at will call the night of the concert.

VIP Meet and Greet ticket holders will be in one of the first two rows in the center.
Any purchased kids tickets will be given a seat with the rest of their order in the appropriate section of the theater.

Questions on previously purchased tickets can be directed to Hold My Ticket at 505-886-1251.


Hang with the Counting Crows this summer!  For the 2015 US Tour, the band is offering a limited number of meet and greet experiences each stop along the way.  The experiences will include:

• Tier 1 Ticket to the Show
• An up-close glimpse of that night's sound check
• A photo with the band

• Collectible Autographed Poster
• $30 Gift Certificate to the Official Online Store
Somewhere Under Wonderland CD                            
• Official VIP Laminate

VIP Meet and Greet Experience is $249 plus service charges
Note:  Nothing in this package will be mailed.  Electronic gift certificate will be sent via e-mail.

The band is also offering a limited number of special Merchandise packages.  These include:

• Tier 1 Ticket to the Show
• $30 Gift Certificate to the Official Online Store
Somewhere Under Wonderland CD    
• Collectible Autographed Poster 

Merchandise package is $154 plus service charges.
Note:  Nothing in this package will be mailed.  Electronic gift certificate will be sent via e-mail.

Counting Crows Santa Fe New Mexico concertCounting Crows [web site |] have long thrived on creating gorgeously textured songs whose lyrics subtly unfurl into ever-shifting moods. Formed in the Bay Area in the early ‘90s, the band achieved their breakout with the release of August and Everything After, a debut album produced by T Bone Burnett. With August and Everything After ultimately selling seven million copies, Counting Crows saw their sophomore album Recovering the Satellites, produced by Gil Norton (groundbreaking producer for The Pixies, Gomez, Foo Fighters) debut at number-one upon its October 1996 release and eventually go double-platinum. Endlessly furthering their reputation as an unforgettable live act, Counting Crows went on to release This Desert Life in 1999, Hard Candy in 2002, and Saturday Nights & Sunday Mornings in 2008, along with the Academy Award-nominated 2004 single "Accidentally in Love" and a host of live albums. With Somewhere Under Wonderland, their seventh studio album, Counting Crows continue their tradition of delivering uncompromisingly honest music grounded in pure feeling.

Citizen CopeOpening the show are Citizen Cope [web site |] and Hollis Brown [web site |]. Citizen Cope was born Clarence Greenwood in Mississippi, but spent most of his youth in Washington, D.C. His family also lived in West Texas and Brooklyn, New York. All of that moving around contributed to his world view and his approach to his art; his sounds are southern rural, big sky lonely, concrete urban, and painfully romantic. Rolling Stone magazine wrote: "Cope melds hip-hop with folk, soul and blues... and feels this combination deeply," while the Washington Post called him the city's "most soulful export since Marvin Gaye."

Hollis BrownSince its formation in 2009, the scrappy New York outfit known as Hollis Brown has emerged as one of America's most compelling young rock 'n' roll acts.  Drawing from a bottomless well of classic influences yet firmly rooted in the present, the band's output has steadily evolved from the raw immediacy of its early releases to the more expansive, adventurous approach that fuels its bracing new album 3 Shots. In 2014, Hollis Brown Gets Loaded—a song-for-song reading of the Velvet Underground's 1970 classic Loaded—became a surprise international phenomenon, further expanding the group's loyal audience.  Meanwhile, their tireless roadwork, both at home and overseas, has continued to spread Hollis Brown's reputation as a consistently inspired and exciting live unit.

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