Farmington Hill

Saturday, October 02
Door: | 7pm // Show: | 8pm
$5

Animas City Theatre Presents
An Evening with Farmington Hill
Early Show Doors 7:00pm
Show 8:00pm
21+
IMPORTANT UPDATE: Due to the developing circumstances surrounding the Delta Variant of COVID-19, there will be additional health & safety protocols in place for the  Animas City Theatre until November 1st (We will re-assess our protocol on November 1st 2021)

All patrons and staff entering the venue are asked to provide proof of vaccination or a negative PCR test no older than 72 hours.

We will require I.D. to match the name on vaccination cards and negative test results.

Free testing is available at FLC and the Durango Fair Grounds

Visit https://covidcheckcolorado.org for making an appointment.

Our industry cannot survive another shut down so we thank you in advance for your cooperation and understanding.

If you would like a refund on your ticket email Michele Redding at [email protected] or visit Animas Trading company if you purchased a paper ticket

Farmington Hill brings you country-fried indie rock from Southwest Colorado. Paul “Bubba” Iudice (acoustic guitar) and Erik Nordstrom (telecaster) have been collaborating since 2006, dusting off some old songs while creating new music about drinking, driving, friends that have passed away, love, heartbreak, the good life, and the not-so-good life. Kelly Rogers adds lap-steel to the mix. Jim Belcher lays down the bass, and David Sachs provides tasty drum licks. Jim and Dave have been part of the Durango music scene for quite some time, and we are honored that they joined the band in the spring of 2019. This is music suitable for both a raucous Saturday night and the accompanying Sunday hangover. 

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Farmington Hill brings you country-fried indie rock from Southwest Colorado. Paul “Bubba” Iudice (acoustic guitar) and Erik Nordstrom (telecaster) have been collaborating since 2006, dusting off some old songs while creating new music about drinking, driving, friends that have passed away, love, heartbreak, the good life, and the not-so-good life. Kelly Rogers adds lap-steel to the mix. Moe Cooley lays down the bass, and Ted Moore provides tasty drum licks. This is music suitable for both a raucous Saturday night and the accompanying Sunday hangover.