We're ready to rock your summer with Hudson Gardens! Starting the season strong on June 2nd with The Orchestra, this year’s calendar includes exciting new shows from megastars Bret Michaels, Styx and Foreigner. All concerts begin at 6:30pm except for the July 3rd show which begins at 7pm. Free parking is available for all shows.
Buy your tickets at www.tickethorse.com or by calling 303-53-HORSE. Take a look at the lineup for this great concert series here.
Come join Lutheran Family Services for a ZOO-BQ at the Denver Zoo on Friday, June 28th from 6:30-9:30pm. This special event is designed to provide a wonderful adventure for you and your family and to raise funds for assisting the vulnerable people in our community. You’ll enjoy the ZOO-BQ with friends from all of our programs including: Refugee Resettlement, Foster Care, Older Adults and Caregiver Services, Pregnancy Counseling and Adoption! Register HERE or call (303)217-5860. Registration includes: Western BBQ, Baked beans, Potato Salad, Chips, Cookies, with Iced Tea & Lemonade. There is an old fashioned carousel, train rides, face painting and lots more! Tickets are $30 for adults, $25 for children (3-12), children under three are free. Register by June 21st!
Colorado Railroad Museum
Saturday, June 22 9:00am-5:00pm
The Story of Colorado’s railroads is one of perseverance, daring and ingenuity. Join the Colorado Railroad Museum and travel back to the days of the Wild West. Families can catch a ride behind a steam locomotive on an 1880s vintage passenger coach and experience what it was like to travel 100 years ago. There will be fast draw contests, train robberies and sharp shooting exhibitions. Come aboard and get your tickets today at ColoradoRailroadMuseum.org
Boyhood Home of Glenn Miller
The Fort Morgan Area Chamber of Commerce started this great Festival in 1996 to honor their hometown hero, Glenn Miller. Spend the day or weekend in Fort Morgan and visit the Fort Morgan Museum for the Glenn Miller exhibit and enjoy the many FREE events and concerts celebrating the life of Glenn Miller. For ticketed events and the complete schedule visit www.glennmillerswingfest.com
Heart & Soul Benefit Concert
Thursday, June 20 at 7pm
Newman Center for the Performing Arts
17th Avenue Allstars, Cure d’Ars Choir and Pink Champagne
303.863.8141 or 303.871.7720
The Georgetown Loop Railroad® Steak and Lobster Dinner Train
The Georgetown Loop Railroad® dinner trains offer a fine way to dine as you enjoy the beauty of the mountains from dusk to dark. This unique Colorado experience offers heated, enclosed coaches along with a spectacular combination of surf and turf to go along with your magical evening. This lovely dinner train takes approximately 2 ½ hours and includes salad, steak, lobster, dessert and a glass of wine. You’ll be joining Studio 1430’s Rick Crandall as you travel high above Clear Creek Canyon.
Make your reservation today by calling 1-888-456-6777. Tickets must be purchased by 4pm on July 13. Please schedule your arrival for at least 1/2 hour prior to departure time to allow for parking and ticket pickup. Business Casual attire and closed toe shoes, please.
July 18 - 20
Snowmass Village Click here for tickets and more information.
Do you remember the historical Deaf Camp Picnic from the 1970s and 80s featuring musical talent such as the legendary John Denver, the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and Jimmy Buffet? After a 15-year hiatus, Snowmass Tourism and the Aspen Deaf Camp (ADC) are happy to announce that it’s returning again to Snowmass Village, July 18-20, 2013. The event that John Denver put on the map is back and better than ever providing a three-day weekend of getting together with old friends, food, festivities and great live music headlined by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and Billy Dean.
All proceeds of the Aspen Deaf Camp Picnic benefit the Aspen Camp of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. General admission tickets for Saturday’s show are only $24 in advance and $30 day of event. Children 10 and under are free. Limited VIP tickets are also available which sponsors a child to attend summer camp. The VIP package, which is $250 advanced purchase or $275 the day of the event, includes special seating on side stage, appetizers and unlimited drinks. To purchase tickets or for more information on the Deaf Camp Picnic, go to www.deafcamppicnic.org. For more information on Snowmass Tourism and lodging specials go to www.snowmasstourism.com or call 1800SNOWMASS (1-800-766-9627). The official lodging partner for the Deaf Camp Picnic is the Westin/Wildwood Snowmass.
Eleven world-class bands provide over 75 hours of great Dixieland, swing, blues and boogie-woogie. Five intimate venues offer distinctive, up-close-and-personal listening. And Evergreen puts it all into a delightfully scenic (and cool!) setting. The Bob Schulz Frisco Band makes its Evergreen debut in a lineup that also includes such festival favorites as the Carl Sonny Leyland Trio, Louis Ford & His New Orleans Jazz Flairs and Denver standouts Joni Janak &Centerpiece Jazz, After Midnight, and the Queen City Jazz Band with vocal great Wende Harston. Many others too! All the details and discount tickets can be found at http://www.evergreenjazz.org/
Susan G Koman Race for the Cure
Race Registration is Open! Avoid the long lines, register online by June 30th for an early registration discount and the popular long sleeve Race T-shirt. You’ll also receive free shipping of your t-shirt and bib for you and your team members. Register today for the Competitive Run, Kids for the Cure, Sleep for the Cure and Doctors for the cure. Click here more information.
This dramatic exhibition captures the essence of American soldiering over more than 150 years, since the very birth of photography. More than one hundred large-scale images show America at war—from the Civil War, Spanish American War, World War I, World War II, Korea and Vietnam to the Gulf War, Afghanistan and the streets of Baghdad. The exhibition captures the danger and frustration, the humor and beauty, the camaraderie, tragedy and victory that the American soldier has witnessed in their odyssey through history. Some exhibit imagery may not be appropriate for all audiences.
Live Love Art at the 2013 Cherry Creek Arts Festival
July 5 (10 a.m.-8 p.m.), July 6 (10 a.m.-8 p.m.), & July 7(10 a.m.-6 p.m.)
Cherry Creek North Shopping District, from 2nd to 3rd Avenues, on the seven streets between Columbine and Steele Streets
The Cherry Creek Arts Festival is a three-day, world-class and award-winning celebration of the visual, culinary and performing arts. Special exhibits, art and culinary demonstrations, and interactive family activities on “Artivity Avenue” complement the Festival experience. This year’s event will feature over 250 exhibiting artists, 15 performing artists, over 20 culinary vendors, an onsite and online art auction, Athleta Esprit de She’s 5k and 10k for women, the 7 artist finalists in the Arrow Five Years Out Art Challenge, performance speed painter Tim Decker painting portraits at the Arrow Innovator’s Club and many other activities. For information about the Festival, please visit www.cherryarts.org, or follow the Festival on Facebook or Twitter (#loveccaf).