Ronnie Raygun and the Big Eighties take the stage at Warren Station on March 23rd for an evening filled with 80’s dance music and eccentric costumes!
Bust out your leg warmers and scrunchies for an evening of fresh tunes and funky vibes!
About the band:
Ronnie Raygun and the Big Eighties got their start as an eighties tribute band in 1998 when they rolled into Denver as Boogie Machine, The Super 70’s Disco Dynamo. Boogie Machine’s giant afros, bell-bottoms and platform shoes were something to behold as people craned their necks to get another look.
In 2001, Ronnie Raygun carried on the tradition of big, out-of-this-world wigs with a full complement of spandex, fingerless gloves, Vans and Wayfarer sunglasses. As Denver’s FIRST eighties tribute band, they created a spark that would change the local music scene for years to come. To this day, even though Denver has a slew of bands playing eighties music, Ronnie Raygun is Colorado’s ORIGINAL Eighties Tribute Band!