Hip hop-rock infusion act, Wasteland Hop, will return briefly to Fort Collins from touring in Alaska and prior to setting out for California and then Ecuador, where they will record their next album while living in Quito. While home, the band will host a special viewing session October 15 at the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery’s OtterBox Digital Dome Theater and premiere their video for the single, “Only Us,” shot in 360 degree virtual reality by director Tomas Herrera. There will be a meet & greet at 6 pm on the FCMOD rooftop; free admission, registration is required. Following the video, there will be a short teaser film showing the band’s previous month’s tour in Alaska, as shot by videographer Sam Hanus, who has been traveling with the band to document their entire tour, “The Greater Glacier and Equator Saga.” Following the video and film viewings, the band will play at The Downtown Artery for an After Party, featuring The Shaley Scott Band and The Quick & Easy Boys (Portland, OR act). Tickets: $9 advance, $10 DOS. Downtownartery.com.
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