2012 free & cheap happenings in metro denver



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2012 FREE & CHEAP HAPPENINGS IN METRO DENVER


By Deahna Visscher email: Deahna_Visscher@yahoo.com

Created: May 20, 2012
CONCERTS (alphabetical by city)
Apex Park and Rec. District Concert Series- June 21 to July 26 Thursday nights at 7:00 to 8:30 p.m.

http://apexprd.org/put-free-summer-concerts-calendar

Kick off your shoes and tickle your toes in the cool grass as you join us for a perfect summer evening! Bring a picnic supper, good friends and family and enjoy the music at McIlvoy Park, 5750 Upham St. In case of inclement weather, performances move to the Community Recreation Center, 6842 Wadsworth Blvd. Questions – call 303-425-9583.

June 21 – Rare Heat-Variety

June 28 – Golden Eagle Concert Band

July 12The Once Removed Band-Blues

July 19 – Tommy and the Tangerines-Pop, Rock, Dance, Soul

July 26 – Under the Radar-Contemporary to Classic Rock Covers
Apex Park and Recreation District Children’s Morning Series Friday morning at 9:30 to 10:15 a.m.

http://apexprd.org/put-free-summer-concerts-calendar

This summer the kids can enjoy music, fun and frivolity on Friday mornings at McIlvoy Park, 5750 Upham St. In case of inclement weather, performances move to the Community Recreation Center, 6842 Wadsworth Blvd. Questions – call 303-425-9583.

June 22 – Mary Sue & Cari-Fun, Interactive Music

July 20 – Mr. Shine-Children’s Music



Aurora Concert Series- June 21 to August 9 Thursdays 6:30 to 8:00 p.m.

https://www.auroragov.org/ThingsToDo/Events/BanksinHarmony/index.htm

The 26th anniversary Banks in Harmony, Aurora’s FREE evening summer concert series, is held in various Aurora parks. Select from a wide variety of music from pop to big band swing. Bring a picnic dinner or purchase dinner from an on-site food vendor, receive a free balloon, and join the fun.

For weather cancellations, call 303-344-1500 after 3 p.m. the day of the concert.

June 21, Bicentennial Park - Dean Bushnell Orchestra - Big Band and Swing




June 28, Bicentennial Park - Hazel Miller - Blues, Jazz, R&B




July 5, Red Tailed Hawk Park - Phat Daddy - High energy R&B, Rock and Contemporary Hits




July 12, Utah Park - Buckstein - Country Rock



July 19, Utah Park - Hot Tomatoes - Big Band Swing





July 26, Utah Park - Daddio with the 17th Ave Allstars - 50s Rock & Roll




August 2, Meadowood - Park Deja Blu - Variety/Classic Rock




August 9, Meadowood Park - Chis Daniels & the Kings - Roots Rock & Roll with horns





Park Locations:
Bicentennial Park – Alameda and Potomac. Enter the parking lot from East Alameda Avenue.
Del Mar Park6th and Peoria
Meadowood Park – Dartmouth and Laredo
Red-tailed Hawk Park – East Hinsdale Way and South Aurora Parkway
Utah Park – Peoria and Mexico

CONCERTS (continued)
Aurora Sounds of Southlands- Fridays June 1- August 24

http://www.shopsouthlands.com/eventscalendar

Join us every Friday starting June 1st  for a night of free entertainment with the Sounds of Southlands Concert Series held in Town Square from 6:00pm – 8:00pm!
Bring a blanket, bring your pet…and don’t forget your dancin’ shoes!

Southlands Town Square 6155 S. Main Street, E-470 and Smoky Hill Road Aurora , CO 80015

June 1 Firefall

June 8 Heartbeat

June 15 That 80’s Band

June 22 Tunisia

June 29 Under the Radar

July 6 Margarita Brothers Band

July 13 Dr. Kool and Disco Fever Divas

July 20 Dotsero

July 28 Chase N’ the Dream

August 3 Forever Fab

August 10 Message in a Bottle

August 17 Kory Brunson Band

August 24 Under a Blood Red Sky

Boulders Downtown Bands on the Bricks- June 13 to August 15 from 7-9pm

http://www.boulderdowntown.com/events/bands-on-the-bricks

From oldies to alternative and everything in between, Bands on the Bricks in the 1300 Block of Pearl St is Boulder County's premiere outdoor summer concert series taking place in the heart of the city on the bricks of the one-and-only Pearl Street Mall.  A not-to-be-missed summer tradition with 10 weeks of free concerts. Enjoy performances from the best local musicians along the front range while dancing under the stars.  Featuring an outdoor beer/wine/margarita garden.


June 13 Selasee

June 20 One on One & The Miles Apart Band

June 27 Hazel Miller Band

July 4 Rebecca Folsom

July 11 BOP SKIZZUM

July 18 Home Slice

July 25 The Tripping Griswolds

August 1 That Eighties Band

August 8 Chris Daniels & The Kings

August 15 The Nacho Men


Boulders Downtown Noon Tunes June 15 to August 17 from 12-1:30 p.m.

http://www.boulderdowntown.com/events/noon-tunes

1300 block of Pearl Street

Locals and visitors alike enjoy great local music of all genres during their Friday lunch breaks during Downtown

June 15 Swing Je T'aime

​June 22 CONTINUUM

​June 29 Kathryn Mostow Trio

​July 6 Sue Schnitzer (12:00 - 12:45 p.m.) Eric West (12:45 - 1:30 p.m.)

​July 13 Jenn Cleary

​July 20 Wee Notables

​July 27 Rocky Mountain Puppets

​August 3 Lisa Bell

August 10 Missed the Boat

​August 17 Jeff Brinkman



CONCERTS (continued)

Boulder The Millennium Harvest House Hotel FAC Concert Series Fridays 5:30 to 9:30

July 1-August 10.


http://www.skylineusa.com/concert_mhh_fac_2012.htm

All concerts run 5:30-9:30 p.m. and are free and open to the public. Concerts take place in the gardens at the Millennium Harvest House Hotel in Boulder. Special menus and specialty drinks are available. Children are welcome, and most concerts feature special activities for children, including face painting and balloon art.

6/1 - FACE with Rob Drabkin opening
6/8 - Byron Shaw Projex
6/15 - Soul School
6/22 - Selasee
6/29 - Jill Carr & Funkology
7/6 - Rob Drabkin
7/13 - Under a Blood Red Sky
7/20 - HomeSlice
8/3 - Funkiphino
8/10 - Judge Roughneck



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