PHOTOS: Itchy-o's "Sypherlot" drive-in concert in North Wynkoop


















Thanks to the pandemic, much of this summer’s entertainment has adapted by utilizing the drive-in format. But of every drive-in event so far this summer, it’s Colorado band Itchy-o that has taken the format to the next creative level with the show “Sypherlot,” which the band calls a “drive-in sound bath.”

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With performers moving about the North Wynkoop parking lot in epic costumes, the 57-member avant garde band Itchy-o has created a visceral experience for its drive-in concerts, which kicked off Aug. 14 and runs through Aug. 29. The band will perform twice a night every Friday and Saturday through the end of August, and tickets cost $100 per car ($125 for the front row).

Check out photos from the first weekend run of “Sypherlot.”

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