Arts Month at Icons

Wednesday Concert Series (and More)

In celebration of Arts Month 2022, Icons has put together a great line-up of events and performers throughout the month of October! Icons is a positive and inclusive place for our community in the midst of such divisive times. It’s with much excitement and pride that Josh and John share with you their vision for ICONS in the hopes that you’ll see the importance and need for such a business in this, Josh’s hometown of Colorado Springs.

Alison Luff

Wednesday, October 5, 8PM

Broadway and Television star Alison Luff is here for a very special, one night only event. You’ve seen her most recently staring in HEELS on STARZ or staring on broadway in Wicked, Waitress, Les Miserables, Matilda, Ghost, Jimmy Buffett’s Escape to Margaritaville, Mamma Mia, and more. Alison is also an established singer/songwriter and has a band with her husband known as Big Sur Bound. Tickets are $40/person. This is a concert you don’t want to miss.


Wednesday, October 12, 8PM

Known for his contagious energy, join ICONS’ bartender Finn for an evening of vibrant pop music that will make it feel like summer all year long. Finn was a finalist in last year’s ICONS Idol competition, is a lead singer for Mannequin Entertainment, and has performed around the country with an a cappella group he founded; and is now thrilled to be at ICONS to share his voice with his home community. Tickets are $15/person.


Wednesday, October 19, 8PM

Three ICONS staples in one concert?! What more could you ask for? If you’ve never been to ICONS there really aren’t words to describe the amount of talent each of these incredible artists possesses. If you’re an ICONS regular you know this is a night you won’t want to miss. Featuring accompaniment by Ken Janzen. Tickets are $45/person.

Keep COS Queer: Poetry Open Mic

Thursday, October 20, 6:30PM

Join us for an evening of queer community and joy. This event is part of the 5th annual Poetry 719 We Do Stuff Festival, featuring local poets and artists. This is a free event, but advance registration is requested.

Joseph Lamar

Wednesday, October 26, 8PM

Joseph Lamar is part sage and part space cadet, part cynic and part ingénue, part saint and part heathen. He embodies conflict actively seeking resolution; synthesis giving birth to something uniquely beautiful yet universal. With song, dance and a cinematic imagination, he dramatizes a journey toward spiritual evolution; a journey still en route. If the “post-apocalyptic gospel” of Sin. [Act I] is any indication, he makes a case for the true meaning of the word “apocalypse.” It’s not an end but an awakening; it’s the collapse of paradise and the possibility of something better. Tickets are $15/person.


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