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Five Iron Frenzy Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts
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Five Iron Frenzy at Denver, CO in Bluebird Theater 2019
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Fan Reviews

Justin
September 11th 2022
Always enjoy seeing Five Iron Frenzy!! Ran into Reese at a restaurant before heading to the show.
Englewood, CO@
Gothic Theatre
David
February 18th 2022
Amazing
Philadelphia, PA@
First Unitarian Church
Josh
February 18th 2020
I jumped and skanked and moshed like I was 18 again, and it was one of the best nights I’ve had in a long, long time. Small venue, small crowd, but the same Five Iron as ever. They sounded great, Reese forgot the words, and there was loads of self-deprecating humor. It was awesome 🤘🎸🎷🎺
Seattle, WA@
The Vera Project
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About Five Iron Frenzy

Five Iron Frenzy started as a local side-project of Reese, Keith, Micah, and Scott's band Exhumator. The band members never took themselves too seriously. Even the name started out as an inside joke. Although the original intent was for the band to stay local and help grow the local music scene, Five Iron Frenzy (FIF, or Five Iron) signed to Frank Tate's 5 Minute Walk records in 1995 and was touring nationally within a year. They reached the peak of their fame around 2000, with the release of All The Hype That Money Can Buy. In December 2002, they announced that they would be breaking up after a final tour. They played their final show on November 22, 2003 at the Fillmore Auditorium in Denver, which was recorded for The End Is Here (disc 2) (this disc features that show in its entirety and is sold with the band's final album, The End Is Near). This show had an attendance of over 4,000 people.

Their signature sound was a mix of rock and ska while their lyrics mixed socially-conscious satire and their Christian faith.
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Genres:
Ska, Reggae, Rock
Band Members:
Andrew Verdecchio – drums, Leanor Ortega Till "Jeff the Girl" – saxophone, Micah Ortega – lead guitar, – guitar, Sonnie Johnston – guitar, Scott Kerr – bass, Dennis Culp – trombone, Nathanael "Brad" Dunham – trumpet, Reese Roper – lead vocals, Keith Hoerig – bass
Hometown:
Denver, Colorado

No upcoming shows in your city
Send a request to Five Iron Frenzy to play in your city
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Concerts and tour dates

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Past
All Concerts & Live Streams

Live Photos of Five Iron Frenzy

Five Iron Frenzy at Denver, CO in Bluebird Theater 2019
View All Photos
Five Iron Frenzy's tour

Bandsintown Merch

Circle Hat
$25.0 USD
Live Collage Sweatshirt
$45.0 USD
Rainbow T-Shirt
$30.0 USD
Circle Beanie
$20.0 USD

Fan Reviews

Justin
September 11th 2022
Always enjoy seeing Five Iron Frenzy!! Ran into Reese at a restaurant before heading to the show.
Englewood, CO@
Gothic Theatre
David
February 18th 2022
Amazing
Philadelphia, PA@
First Unitarian Church
Josh
February 18th 2020
I jumped and skanked and moshed like I was 18 again, and it was one of the best nights I’ve had in a long, long time. Small venue, small crowd, but the same Five Iron as ever. They sounded great, Reese forgot the words, and there was loads of self-deprecating humor. It was awesome 🤘🎸🎷🎺
Seattle, WA@
The Vera Project
View More Fan Reviews

About Five Iron Frenzy

Five Iron Frenzy started as a local side-project of Reese, Keith, Micah, and Scott's band Exhumator. The band members never took themselves too seriously. Even the name started out as an inside joke. Although the original intent was for the band to stay local and help grow the local music scene, Five Iron Frenzy (FIF, or Five Iron) signed to Frank Tate's 5 Minute Walk records in 1995 and was touring nationally within a year. They reached the peak of their fame around 2000, with the release of All The Hype That Money Can Buy. In December 2002, they announced that they would be breaking up after a final tour. They played their final show on November 22, 2003 at the Fillmore Auditorium in Denver, which was recorded for The End Is Here (disc 2) (this disc features that show in its entirety and is sold with the band's final album, The End Is Near). This show had an attendance of over 4,000 people.

Their signature sound was a mix of rock and ska while their lyrics mixed socially-conscious satire and their Christian faith.
Show More
Genres:
Ska, Reggae, Rock
Band Members:
Andrew Verdecchio – drums, Leanor Ortega Till "Jeff the Girl" – saxophone, Micah Ortega – lead guitar, – guitar, Sonnie Johnston – guitar, Scott Kerr – bass, Dennis Culp – trombone, Nathanael "Brad" Dunham – trumpet, Reese Roper – lead vocals, Keith Hoerig – bass
Hometown:
Denver, Colorado

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