Potatoes, Pirates, and an Oddboat....? Potato Pirates and Flatfoot 56 take on Denver


When Pirates and Punks come out to play, Denver is truly the place to be. Chicago natives Flatfoot 56 are currently touring supporting their Odd Boat album, released March 14th 2017, and brought Denver's own Potato Pirates out for a night on fun at the Marquis Theater.



Pirates. Potatoes. Bagpipes. With those three things, how does it get much better? Denver punk rockers with a Celtic flair, The Potato Pirates, never fail to bring a show that can't be forgotten. Playing to a full house, these craic-filled boys always keep a crowd moving and moshing. While they don't tour extensively, if you have a chance to catch these boys at home or on the road, its something not to miss. Keep an eye on www.potatopirates.com for upcoming show dates.



Coming all the way from Chicago, Flatfoot 56 brings over 10 years of Celtic-tinged punk experience, with unparalleled joy to the stage. Currently on a US large US tour supporting their Odd Boat album, they are currently headed out west for the amazing Get Shamrocked Festival in Murrietta, CA. (www.getshamrocked.com) Denver never fails to turn out when Flatfoot comes to town, and this show was no exception. The entire audience sang along to favorites old and new, and we already want them to come back through on tour. The amazing personalities of the entire band make the show feel like a party among friends, and you miss them as soon as they leave the stage. Check out www.flatfoot56.comfor upcoming tour dates, and get out to see these amazing guys.

Coverage and Photography by Marisa Finan-Goode

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