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2009 FREE & CHEAP HAPPENINGS IN METRO DENVER


By Deahna Visscher email: Deahna_Visscher@yahoo.com

Created: May 31, 2009
CONCERTS
Evergreen Lake 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. every other Wed from June 3 to August 26

http://www.evergreenlakepresents.com/

June 3 Something Underground

June 17 Oakhurst

July 1 Catfish Kray Blues Band

July 15 Kamikazi Klones

July 29 Judge Roughneck

Aug 12 Jessica Soner

Aug 26 Jakarta


CITY PARK JAZZ SCHEDULE Sunday nights at 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. June 7 to August 9

http://www.cityparkjazz.org/

June 7 Cocktail Revolution

June 14 Tersa Carrol & the Big Swing Trio

June 21 Jon Romero y Amanecer

June 28 The Michael Friedman Jazz Quintet

July 5 Purnell Steen and Le Jazz Machine

July 12 Buckner Funken Jazz

July 19 The Wendy Fopeano Group

July 26 Chris Daniels and the Kings

August 2 The Otone Brass Band

August 9 Funkiphino
HOT SOUNDS AT DENVER PAVILLIONS Thursday nights at 5pm and 7pm

http://www.denverpavilions.com

Currently no concerts scheduled for 2009. Check back on the above website to see if that changes.

City Center Englewood Amphitheater Thursday Evenings at 6:30 pm June 18 to August 6
(at the base of the light rail bridge, next to the Englewood Civic Center)

http://www.englewoodgov.org/Index.aspx?page=620

June 18 Dean Bushnell Orchestra: Big Band & Ballroom from the 30s to 50s

June 25   Mile High Banjo Society: Dixieland, Bluegrass & Polka

July 2 101st Army Band: American & Patriotic Music

July 9 17th Avenue All-Stars: Award-winning A Cappella

July 16 Atomic Brass Project: Classic Rock, Funk, and Rhythm & Blues

July 23 Kory Brunson Band: Country

July 30 After Midnight Jazz Band: Country

August 6 Kenny Cordova and the Olde Rock Band: Classic 50s-60s Rock & Roll and Motown
CONFLUENCE CONCERTS Thursdays at 6:30pm July 2 to July 23

http://www.greenwayfoundation.org/home/events.html

July 2 Shuffleton

July 9 Eric Trujillo and the Mambotet

July 16 Donna Angelle and the Zudeco Posse

July 23 Dotsero

All concerts begin at 6:30p.m. and continue until 8:00p.m. Food and beverages will be on site for any and all hungry and thirsty concert goers. Confluence Park is located at 15th and Little Raven in LoDo. It is across the South Platte River from the REI Flagship store and Colorado Ocean Journey on Platte Street. Parking will be available at the Downtown Aquarium for $6.00.


CONCERTS (continued)
CONCERTS At THE cRESCENT All shows Tuesdays, 7-8:30 p.m. June 2 to August 4

http://www.greenwoodvillage.com/DocumentView.aspx?DID=603

Goldsmith Metropolitan District and DTC/Meridian Shea Properties present free concerts at the Crescent Amphitheater, 8350 East Crescent Parkway (directly behind Yia Yia's Euro Cafe, Belleview at DTC Blvd.) Bring your family and a picnic dinner if you like. Dogs and other pets are not permitted. Free parking is available at the Crescent Amphitheater. Concerts are open to the public and subject to rescheduling in the event of bad weather. Free parking is available. Pets are not permitted on the grounds.

June 2 Nacho Men

June 9 Conjunto Colores

June 16 BoogieLicious

June 23 Dirty Shoes

June 30 One on One

July 7 Tuxedo Juntion

July 14 Soul X

July 21 Runnin’ Wild

July 28 Tidal Wave

Aug 4 The Fab-4


Green Valley Ranch Amphitheater All shows are on Wednesdays, 7-8:30 p.m.

June 17 to July 15 (except July 4 -- see below)

http://www.skylineusa.com/concert_series.htm#

Oakwood Homes presents its Summer Concert Series at the Green Valley Ranch Amphitheater located at 4890 Argonne Way. Bring your family and a picnic dinner, or purchase your food and drinks at the show. Concerts are open to the public and subject to rescheduling in the event of bad weather. Free parking is available. Pets are not permitted on the grounds.

June 17 Tiny Barge and the Big Chill

June 24 Manuel Molina

July 4 (8-9:30) Stretch 9 (followed by fireworks)

July 8 Judge Roughneck

July 15 AOA with the 17th Ave All-Stars

City of Thornton’s Summer Concerts in the Park All shows are on Thursdays at 7p.m.

June 11 to August 6

http://www.cityofthornton.net/events/home.asp

http://www.cityofthornton.net/events/home.asp

Concerts are open to the public and subject to rescheduling in the event of bad weather. Free parking is available.



June 11 - Manuel Molina Band (Latin)

Community Park, Thornton Pkwy. & York St.



June 18 - Tiny Barge Band (R&B/ Motown)

Redwood Estates, 9595 Pecos St.



June 25 - Western Flyers (Rock/Country/Bluegrass)

Community Park, Thornton Pkwy. & York St.



July 9 - Opie Gone Bad (Rock)

Cherrywood Park, 138th Pl. & Madison St.



July 16 - Groove Machine (Dance)

Sherwood Hills Park, 100th Ave. & Detroit St.



July 23 - AOA (Variety/Popular Dance)

Woodglen/Brookshire Park, 11700 Clayton St.



July 30 - Lionel Young (Blues/Variery)

Cherrywood Park, 138th Pl. & Madison St.



August 6 - Chris Daniels & The Kings (Variety/Dance)

Community Park, Thornton Pkwy. & York St.



CONCERTS (continued)

Music at the Bottom Summer Concert Series Fridays from June 5 to June 26 starting at 5pm


http://www.rockbottom.com/

1001 16th St #A-100, 303.534.7616

Party starts at 4 p.m. every Friday night and bands take the stage at 5 p.m. and 7 p.m.

June 5 5pm GT and the Sidewinder

7pm The Informants

June 12 5pm Weird Turn Prose

7pm Hazel Miller

June 19 5pm Patrick Emerine

7pm Under Blood Red Sky- U2 Tribute Band

June 26 5pm Bald is Beautiful

7pm Wendy Woo
Concerts Under the Stars Tuesdays at 8 p.m. from July 7 to July 28

http://www.arts.unco.edu/calendar/concerts.html

Garden Theatre: 10th Ave at 18th St in Greeley

Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m.

Bring your family, friends, and neighbors to enjoy the fine music and fellowship that has always characterized the UNC summer music series.

July 7 The Denver Brass

July 14 Colorado Symphony Orchestra

July 21 The Colorado Jazz Orchestra

July 28 The Air Force Academy Falconaries


Millennium Harvest Hotel, FAC Summer Concert Series

http://www.millenniumhotels.com/millenniumboulder/index.html

All shows are Fridays, 5:30-9:30 p.m.

Just north of CU at 28th and Arapahoe. Free face painting and balloons.

Currently no concerts scheduled for 2009. Check back on the above website to see if that changes.

Lone Tree Summer Concerts Saturday June 13 and June 25

http://www.cityoflonetree.com/index.asp?NID=459

Bring the entire family for a free night of fun and music in Sweetwater Park (Yosemite and Maximus Dr). Don’t forget your blankets, dancing shoes and friends to take part in this three event summer concert series. Enjoy onsite concessions, buskers, caricature artists and Passport to Culture activities for kids. Handicap parking is available at the Lone Tree Civic Center, 8527 Lone Tree Parkway, or the Lone Tree Library, 8827 Lone Tree Parkway

Saturday, June 13
            6:00 pm    That Eighties Band - 80s Music
            7:00 pm    The Fab 4 - Beatles Cover Band



Saturday, July 25
            7:30 pm     Colorado Symphony Orchestra
Sounds of Southlands

http://www.shopsouthlands.com/sounds_of_southlands.asp

Southlands Town Square
6155 S. Main Street, E-470 and Smoky Hill Road
Aurora , CO 80015
Currently no concerts scheduled for 2009. Check back on the above website to see if that changes.

CONCERTS (continued)

COLORADO SYMPHONY FREE SUMMER CONCERTS July 3-July 25

http://www.coloradosymphony.org/

July 3 at 7:00 p.m. | City Park, Denver


Carol Gossard CSO Parks Concert
Independence Day Celebration!
Scott O’Neil, associate conductor

Smith National Anthem

Copland Hoe-down from Rodeo

Joplin Maple Leaf Rag

The Entertainer

Copland Lincoln Portrait

Willson Symphonic Impressions

                                         from Music Man

Sousa Washington Post March

El Capitan

Arr. Dragon America the Beautiful

Lowden Armed Forces Salute

Tchaikovsky 1812 Overture

Sousa Stars and Stripes Forever 


July 5 at 7:30 p.m. | Red Rocks Amphitheater
Carol Gossard CSO Parks Concert

Symphony on the Rocks

Scott O’Neil, associate conductor

Glinka Overture to Russlan and Ludmilla

Herold Overture to Zampa

Bach Air on a G String, Orchestral Suite No. 3

Mouret Rondeau

Rossini Overture to The Barber of Seville

Sibelius Symphony No. 2, Finale

Copland An Outdoor Overture

Copland Hoe-down from Rodeo

Gershwin/Bennett Selections from Porgy and Bess

Rodgers/Hammerstein Selections from The Sound of Music

Tchaikovsky 1812 Overture

Sousa Stars and Stripes Forever


(A parking fee of $10 per vehicle applies for Red Rock Amphitheatre.)
July 10 at 7:30 p.m. | Arvada Center

Mozart Under Moonlight I

Douglas Boyd, principal guest conductor

Yumi Hwang Williams, violin


Basil Vendryes, viola

Overture to The Marriage of Figaro

Sinfonia concertante

Symphony No. 40 in G minor

To purchase tickets contact the Arvada Center Box Office at (303) 898-7200.
July 11 at 7:30 p.m. | Arvada Center

Mozart Under Moonlight II

Douglas Boyd, principal guest conductor

Bil Jackson, clarinet

Overture to The Magic Flute

Clarinet Concerto in A major

Symphony No. 41 in C major, “Jupiter”

To purchase tickets contact the Arvada Center Box Office at (303) 898-7200.



CONCERTS (continued)
COLORADO SYMPHONY FREE SUMMER CONCERTS (continued) July 3-25

http://www.coloradosymphony.org/
July 14 at 7:30 p.m. | Garden Theatre,
University of Northern Colorado, Greeley

An American Salute

Scott O’Neil, associate conductor

Smith National Anthem

Copland Hoe-down from Rodeo

Copland Lincoln Portrait

Sousa Washington Post March

El Capitan

Arr. Dragon America the Beautiful

Lowden Armed Forces Salute

Tchaikovsky 1812 Overture

Sousa Stars and Stripes Forever


July 23 at 7:00 p.m. | Cheesman Park

Carol Gossard CSO Parks Concert

Classical Masterpieces
Scott O’Neil, associate conductor

Glinka Overture to Russlan and Ludmilla

Dvorak Slavonic Dances

Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 4


July 25 at 7:30 p.m. | Sweetwater Park, Lone Tree

An American Salute

Scott O’Neil, associate conductor 

Smith National Anthem

Copland Hoe-down from Rodeo

Gershwin/Bennett Selections from

                                            Porgy and Bess

Copland Lincoln Portrait

Rodgers/Hammerstein Selections from

                                           The Sound of Music

Willson Symphonic Impressions

                                          from The Music Man

Sousa Washington Post March

El Capitan

Arr. Dragon America the Beautiful

Lowden Armed Forces Salute

Tchaikovsky 1812 Overture

Sousa Stars and Stripes Forever


Swallow Hill’s Shady Grove Picnic Series – Wednesdays 

www.swallowhill.com

Wednesday Evenings, 6:30 pm, doors open at 6:00 pm See website for performers

Four Mile Historic Park, Denver
Westminster Concert Series

www.ci.westminster.co.us
Currently no concerts scheduled for 2009. Check back on the above website to see if that changes.

CONCERTS (continued)
Lakewood Summer Concert Series Wednesdays at 7pm July 1 to August 5

www.lakewood.org

Wednesdays at 7:00 pm, July 1 to August 5

Tickets are $5-$15 depending on the show

Lakewood Heritage Center – 801 S. Yarrow St. - Wadsworth Blvd. and Ohio Ave

Wednesday evenings comes alive with the Ninth Annual Sounds Exciting! Summer Concert Series. An eclectic mix of musicians will perform from June 25 through July 30 at the Bonfils-Stanton Foundation Amphitheater at Lakewood's Heritage Center in Belmar Park, 801 S. Yarrow St. Enjoy a casual, family-friendly atmosphere with a variety of musical styles ranging from a tribute to "The King" to hot Salsa.

July 1: Hazel Miller

July 8: Calcannon

July 15: Wendy Woo

July 22: Chris Daniels and the Kings

July 30: Sons of the San Joaquin

Aug 5: Chris Hillman and Herb Pedersen

Littleton Historic Museum Concert Series Wednesdays 7-8 pm June 4 to July 29

www.littletongov.org/museum

Wednesdays, 7:00-8:00 pm, June 4 through July 29

Littleton Historic Museum - 6028 S Gallup St. in Littleton

June 3 Museum Summer Concert – Colorado Wind Ensemble

June 10 Museum Summer Concert – Dakota Blonde

June 17 Museum Summer Concert – Ransoli and Camacho

June 24 Museum Summer Concert - The Golden Eagle Concert Band

July 1 Museum Summer Concert - Mile High Banjo Society

July 8 Museum Summer Concert – 17th Ave Allstars

July 15 Museum Summer Concert – Wilson and McKee

July 22 Museum Summer Concert – Lisa Bell and Crescendo

July 29 Museum Summer Concert – Jon Chandler and the Wichitones


Aurora Concert Series

www.auroragov.org

Thursday evenings, 6:30-8:00 pmsee website for performers

Various Parks in Aurora –

Concessions available


Currently no concerts scheduled for 2009. Check back on the above website to see if that changes.
Hudson Gardens Summer Concert Series

www.hudsongardens.org

http://www.hudsongardens.org/content/2009_Sunday_Concerts.php

Throughout the summer; dates and times vary – check website for details

Hudson Gardens – 6115 S. Santa Fe Drive in Littleton

Tickers for sale on website

Northfield Stapleton Summer Concert Series –

www.northfieldstapleton.com

Main Street at Northfield Stapleton – Quebec and 49th Ave


Currently no concerts scheduled for 2009. Check back on the above website to see if that changes.
Fridays in the Park –

www.fridaysinthepark.com

The Denver Theatre District has combined forces with the Soiled Dove Underground to bring Downtown Denver a new Friday afternoon outdoor experience with live music, vendors, visual arts, food and beverage.  Located behind the Denver Performing Arts Complex in the Sculpture Park adjacent to Speer and Champa, this weekly summer music and art series is free for all-ages beginning at 4:30pm and concluding at 8:00pm.


Currently no concerts scheduled for 2009. Check back on the above website to see if that changes.

CONCERTS (continued)
Concerts at Founders Green – Fridays and Saturdays from 6-8 pm June 6 to June 20

http://community.stapletondenver.com/community/overviewevents

Founders Green – 29th Ave and Roslyn St.


Who: Chase N' The Dream
Where: Northfield Stapleton Main Street
When: Friday, June 5 6:00pm-8:00pm

Who: Opie Gone Bad


Where: Founders Green
When: Saturday, June 6 6:00pm-8:30pm

Who: Conjunto Colores


Where: Northfield Stapleton Main Street
When: Friday, June 19 6:00pm-8:00pm

Who: The Hazel Miller Band


Where: Founders Green

When Saturday, June 20 6:00pm-8:30pm

Music on the Streets Thursdays June 4- September 24

www.historicarvada.org

Thursday nights, June 4 to September 24

Olde Town Arvada – Old Wadsworth and Grandview Ave.

Spend a summer evening strolling through Olde Town to the strains of live music on Olde Wadsworth and Grandview Avenue.


Concert for Kids on Fillmore June 6 12-6 p.m.

www.cherrycreeknorth.com

Fillmore Plaza in Cherry Creek North – 2nd and Fillmore


CFK will be hosting a free public concert featuring five local bands at the Fillmore Plaza in Cherry Creek. A portion of the food and beverage sales from the concert will benefit CFK.
Times and lineup subject to change
1:00 PM Chris Webb Band
2:00 PM Something Underground
3:00 PM Bela Karoli
4:00 PM Opie Gone Bad
5:00 PM Angie Stevens
Bands on the Bricks June 10 to August 12 from 12 7-9 p.m.

http://www.boulderdowntown.com/dbi-events-2009

Downtown Boulder's Bands on the Bricks Wednesdays

1300 block of Pearl Street    

For the past 11 summers, thousands of people head to Downtown Boulder every Wednesday evening to dance, picnic and listen to the best local bands along the Front Range.  In its 12th year, Bands on the Bricks will feature tunes that will make you want to move and grove! 

Downtown Boulders Noon Tunes June 12 to August 14 from 12-1:30 p.m.


http://www.boulderdowntown.com/dbi-events-2009

Downtown Boulder's Noon Tunes
Fridays from June 12 to August 14 | noon -1:30 p.m. |
1300 block of Pearl Street
Locals and visitors alike enjoy great local music of all genres during their Friday lunch breaks during Downtown Boulder's Noon Tunes concert series.
Edgewater Concert in the Park –on Sundays at 6:30-8 p.m from June 7 to July 5 

www.edgewaterco.com

http://www.edgewaterco.com/calendar/month.calendar/2009/06/01/-.html

Edgewater – 24th Avenue and Chase Street



CONCERTS (continued)
Westminster Concert Series on Thursdays from 7-9 pm June 25 to August 6

http://www.ci.westminster.co.us/256.htm

Summer Concert Series



City Park, 105th Avenue and Sheridan Boulevard
Westminster comes alive with the sound of music during the 2009 Summer Concert Series.  All concerts are FREE and take place Thursdays from 7-9pm.  We are proud to present the Summer Concert Series in partnership with the North Metro Arts Alliance, the SCFD, and Colorado United Credit Union.  For weather concerns the day of the event, call 303-412-8761, ext. 428.
   
Opie Gone Bad - June 25
Super charged and energized, Opie Gone Bad will have you movin’ with their own unique style of “funk-rock”. Their shows are energetic events aimed at giving fans tired legs and big smiles. 

Chris Daniels & the Kings - July 9

Chris Daniels & the Kings are Colorado’s ambassadors of soul. For more than 20 years Daniels and his band band have entertained local music fans with a souped-up mix of jump blues, blue-eyed soul and horn-infused rock.  

Wendy Woo & the Woo Crew - July 23
Wendy Woo is one of Colorado’s top performers.  Her songs are wide-ranging in style but always pure in emotion, from down and dirty blues to summer day sambas to wistful ballads. Her guitar playing includes fretwork riffs so unusual they always generate cheers. 
  
Quemando - July 30
Quemando, one of Colorado’s premiere salsa bands, performs both traditional and contemporary salsa. This 11-piece orchestra features powerful vocals, an in-your-face four-piece horn section, and a solid percussion section consisting of timbales, conga, and bongo.

CU Denver Claim Jumpers - August 6
Presented by the Denver Jazz Club
The CU Denver Claim Jumpers, a top instrumental group at CU Denver, unite to revive the beautiful art of Dixie Jazz.  It only takes a few minutes to know that these are no ordinary college students – they are the best of the bestThis concert takes place at the Irving Street Library Park, 7392 Irving Street.
KidStage Schedule on Tuesdays in July 7-28

http://englewoodgov.org/Index.aspx?page=753

Tuesday Evenings at 7 pmCityCenter Englewood Amphitheater

1000 Englewood Parkway

(at the base of the Englewood Light Rail Station Bridge, next to Englewood Civic Center)

Bring your lawn chairs and picnics and head on down to the CityCenter Englewood Amphitheater for these free performances!

July 7 Mr. Shine- Action packed musical show with loads of participation, puppets, fun, and magic

July 14 John Coelho & Darlene- Experience Hawaiian music and fun from the islands

July 21 Liz Masterson Country Sing-A-Long- tales and tunes of the west, plus campfire and marshmallow roast

July 28 Wayne Francis & Wing Nut- Ventriloquist and his puppet friends take you on a hilarious ride

In the event of inclement weather, call the Activity Status Line at 303-762-2598 for event status. Sponsored in part by SCFD.



MOVIE and CONCERT
Film on the Rocks ($10-$12)

http://www.redrocksonline.com/pages/concerts/index.asp

Doors open at 6 p.m.


Arrive early & check out the Band beginning on the Main Stage at 7:00 p.m.
Movie starts at dusk (approx. 9:00 p.m.)
Currently no movies and concerts scheduled for 2009. Check back on the above website to see if that changes.

MOVIES
Films on Fillmore

www.cherrycreeknorth.com

Fillmore Plaza in Cherry Creek North – 2nd and Fillmore

Family films - see website for list

Rental chairs available for $2/each

Currently no films scheduled for 2009. Check back on the above website to see if that changes.

Greenway Foundation’s River Flicks on Thursdays from dusk to 10pm Aug 6-27     


http://www.greenwayfoundation.org/home/riverflicks.html

Confluence Park – 15th and Little Raven Streets in LoDo

Fun, family films

Aug 6 Transformers

Aug 13 The Iron Giant

Aug 20 The Italian Job

Aug 27 Young Grankenstein

River Flicks will be the place to be Thursday evenings in August, where we will showcase fun, family films.

Confluence Park is located at 15th and Little Raven in LoDo. It is across the South Platte River from the REI Flagship store and The Downtown Aquarium on Platte Street. Parking will be available at the Downtown Aquarium for $6.00. Please see map above for more information.

Flicks on the FAX

www.auroragov.org

Fletcher Plaza – 9898 E. Colfax Ave. Aurora

Varied PG and PG-13 films – see website for list
Currently no films scheduled for 2009. Check back on the above website to see if that changes.
Movies at Founders Green Friday June 12 and June 26 at 8 pm

www.stapletondenver.com

Founders Green – 29th Ave and Roslyn St.

Family-friendly films


When: Friday June 12
What: Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa

When: Friday June 26


What: Iron Man
Movies Under the Stars –

www.centerforamericantheatre.org

Outside the Historic Elitch Theatre – 38th and Tennyson

Family films – see website for specifics

$2.00/person, benefiting renovation of the Historic Elitch Gardens Theater


Currently no concerts scheduled for 2009. Check back on the above website to see if that changes.
Westminster Movies in the Park June 26, July 31, and August 28

http://www.ci.westminster.co.us/256.htm


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