Live 80's Music with Less Than Zero

Saturday, February 11, 2023

Saturday, February 11, 2023








Presented by Pueblo German American Club

Sponsored by


The silly, kooky, nutty, foolish season of merriment before the season of Lent, celebrates Germany’s version of carnival. 

Pueblo German American Club’s FASCHING is a totally MODERN party with DANCING to all 80’s music with Less Than Zero band! 

About the Event

Saturday, February 11, 2023.  Doors open at 7:30pm.  Band starts at 8:00 pm. Ends 12:30am.

THE PUEBLO UNION DEPOT, 132 W B St, Pueblo, CO 81003

$15 CASH at the door. Advanced tickets, see below.  Drinks are available for purchase (cash or card). There is no food at this event, so eat before you come. We’ll have some munchies on the tables. 

Because everyone loves a FUN PARTY!  And, to help raise monies for the scholarship fund. 

This is a public event.  Must be 21+

This is a big, fun costume party – like Mardi Gras, Karneval and Halloween have come together and exploded! There will be random silliness, a bit of mischief and surprise stints.  

Costumes are encouraged. You could wear a Masquerade costume, a Halloween costume or your very own creation. Or just come as you are! 

(Disclaimer: We reserve the right to not admit persons wearing costumes that are politically offensive, disrespectful to German history or otherwise inappropriate.)

  • Women’s Hula-Hoop Contest (hula hoops provided)
  • Men’s Booty Shake Contest
  • Costume March
  • Costume Contest (categories: Best of Show – Man, Woman and Couple, Scariest, Funniest, Sexiest and Most Creative)
  • The ever-popular Glockenspiel Pot Dance
  • Speed Bier Drinking Contest
  • Lots of Fun

Tables of 8 or 10 can be reserved in advance by purchasing the table in full.  Tables of 8 are $160; tables of 10 are $200.

For smaller parties, we do apologize that we cannot reserve a table.  Tickets are CASH only, at the door. We DO have a lot of tables which are set up banquet, family style. So, if you see a partially open table, please sit there and meet new people!

Once we have received your table reservation, we will then email you a confirmation and to get the names of the guests sitting at your table.

Tickets are CASH only, at the door.  $15 

Buy Tickets

There will be a coat check available (for a small donation).

Guest Bürgermeister (mayor), will host. König (king) and Königin (queen) will reign over the event and will select the winners for the costume contest.    

Yes, proceeds from this even benefit the Pueblo German American Club’s scholarship fund.  

The Marriott Courtyard is offering a $104 rate for a room for Fasching guests!
For call-in reservations at 719-542-3200. Please be sure to ask for the “Fasching” group block to receive the discounted rate.
To book online:
Book by January 8. Please read their cancellation policy.

What kind of music?

Less Than Zero

The band, Less Than Zero, will be rockin all your favorite 80’s music, all night. Come prepared to dance! 

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Sponsored by

The 404 Dispensary

This event would not have been possible without the amazingly generous support from the 404 Dispensary – the dispensary that rocks!  They are located at 404 North Greenwood Street in Pueblo.

What is the Pueblo German American Club?

The Pueblo German Club was started some 51 years ago as a “Kaffeeklatsch” by a small group of women who emigrated from Germany. Over the years, we have grown tremendously and enjoyed a variety of activities together. In the fall of 2013, we made a slight change to our name and became the Pueblo German American Club.

The club’s mission is to experience the tradition, culture and language of German-speaking countries and regions through authentic activities and to foster ongoing positive communication among cultures.

We are a non-profit, open to the public and we welcome new members and patrons! Inquiries to

What is Fasching?

Fasching, meaning the ‘ fifth season’, is Germany’s carnival season. It starts on the 11th day of November at exactly 11 minutes after 11a.m. and ends at the stroke of midnight on Shrove Tuesday; often referred to as Fat Tuesday (the Tuesday before Ash Wednesday).

Fasching is a time of festivity and merry making. In Germany, the tradition can be traced to medieval times where many countries existed under harsh rules of kings and princes. During Karneval time, the common people took a chance at ‘living it up’ and ‘talking back to their rulers’. To avoid persecution, their antics were played out from behind masks and costumes. Parades, dancing in the streets, masquerade balls and comical skits filled the days and nights.