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Trail Session: National Public Lands Day Hike + Concert w/ Zembu + Miguel Avina

    • Celebrate National Public Lands Day with a hike and concert at Young Gulch in Poudre Canyon! An easy, hour long group hike kicks off from the trailhead at 10am on Sept. 25th, followed by an hour long acoustic concert by some amazing Colorado musicians. Sliding scale donation tickets support nonprofit Sustain Music & Nature's mission to make music a force for nature.

      Zembu
      ZEMBU is an indie-pop electronic producer and artist based out of Colorado. She combines ethereal, warm production with layers of soulful vocals and reflective lyricism centered around the intersection of her identities, mental health, and social issues. With over 1 million streams across Spotify Editorial playlists, ZEMBU has been featured in Nylon Magazine and named one of the “19 Denver Musicians to Watch in 2021” by 303 Magazine. Atwood Magazine calls ZEMBU’s 2020 debut EP Recall a “dazzling, iconic work of art” and an “utter masterpiece.” ZEMBU is for the likes of Sylvan Esso, Kelsey Lu, and Maggie Rogers.

      Miguel Avina
      Miguel Aviña is a Mexican singer, songwriter, and producer. He is best known as the lead singer and guitarist of the band iZCALLi. He has enjoyed consistent success and is widely credited as one of the key artists of the Rock En Tu Idioma (RETI) movement in Colorado. As a solo artist, Miguel takes the opportunity to journey into a deeper exploration of music. His lyrics and melodies resonate from the heart and exude raw emotions. These are best exposed through a more simple approach… his voice and his guitar. Miguel’s repertoire includes all original songs from his storied career with iZCALLi as well as unreleased songs from his own personal collection. There is something familiar yet refreshing about Miguel’s approach to song-writing that showcases Miguel’s passion for The Love Song; these songs exhibit his wide range of influences: traditional folk ballads, pop, indie sounds, that are always tinged with a Latin flare, a flare that takes you into your heart, and warms the soul.