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Denver post-hardcore band Caramel Carmela have announced that they are breaking up. Please come to the farewell show in Denver on Friday, December 18th at Marquis Theatre. Caramel Carmela http://www.facebook.com/caramelcarmela Forty Fathoms https://www.facebook.com/fortyfathoms The Coast Is Ours https://www.facebook.com/TheCoastIsOurs Kid Astronaut https://www.facebook.com/kidastronavt Tyler Glasgow https://www.facebook.com/tylerpaulglasgow "After nearly 7 years of making music and performing together, we have decided to say farewell. Our ending comes bittersweet, as we all still love this band and the people we’ve been able to share it with along our journey. Many of our members live out of state now and as of this January, Jack will be the only original member living in Colorado. In addition to being apart from each other, we are growing as people and changing as musicians and we are interested in pursuing different avenues in life and music. We have nothing but love for each other and support everyone’s decisions. During our time together, we played shows all across the United States, but nothing gave us more pleasure than performing in our hometown of Denver. Before we lower the curtain, we would like to kindly invite all of our friends, fans, family and supporters to join us one last time at our favorite venue, Marquis Theatre in Denver on December 18th, 2015 for our farewell show." - Caramel Carmela Day: Friday, December 18, 2015 Door Time: 7:00 PM Age: All Ages Advance Ticket Price: $10 Day Of Show Price: $12 **Tickets purchased here can be picked up at the box office on the day of the show.**Tickets Save
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Bio: Caramel Carmela is an electronic/post-hardcore band that formed in Denver, CO in 2010. During that time, the band completed their debut, full-length album ‘Ominous Walrus’ with producer James Egbert (Blood On The Dance Floor, Kill Paradise) and their music began to catch on as fans came in droves...See Full Bio