Keep the picnic basket and blankets at the ready and mark the calendar for music, music, music!
Jazz, classical, rock, pop, country, Latin, big band and more are coming to the area. Some are free and some are pricey. This is just a south suburban …
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Jazz, classical, rock, pop, country, Latin, big band and more are coming to the area. Some are free and some are pricey. This is just a south suburban slice of multiple offerings throughout the metro area. We list what we have received to date, with a rundown of venues and contact information at the end.
June 1: Nitty Gritty Dirt Band — Hudson Gardens
June 4: Denver and District Pipe Band — Littleton Museum
June 5: Tunisia — Highlands Ranch
June 6: Pan Nation Steel Drum — Cherokee Castle
June 7: Peter Kater — Cherokee Castle
June 7: Long Run: Experience the Eagles — Centennial Center Park
June 8: Paul Rodgers — Hudson Gardens
June 11: Michael Friedman Jazz Quintet — Littleton Museum
June 12: Michael Aldridge — Englewood Amphitheater
June 12: Nacho Men — Highlands Ranch
June 13: Big Band Evolution of Kansas City Swing — Cherokee Castle
June 15: Kansas — Hudson Gardens
June 18: Face — Littleton Museum
June 19: Runaway Express — Englewood Amphitheater
June 19: Country Music Project — Highlands Ranch
June 20: Groove Nation Orchestra — Lone Tree
June 20: 17th Avenue Allstars — Cherokee Castle
June 22: America — Hudson Gardens
June 22: Lannie Garrett’s Tribute to Screen Stars — Cherokee Castle
June 25: Lois Lane and the Super Cowboy Band — Littleton Museum
June 26: Forever Fab — Englewood Amphitheater
June 26: Mint Edition — Highlands Ranch
June 28: Kevin MaC — Lone Tree
June 29: Smokey Robinson — Hudson Gardens
June 29: Denver Brass Blarney at the Castle — Cherokee Castle
July 2: Reveille 3 — Littleton Museum
July 3: Super Diamond (with fireworks) Hudson Gardens
July 3: Hey Lady! — Highlands Ranch
July 4: Firefall (with fireworks) — Hudson Gardens
July 9: Acoustic Eidolon — Littleton Museum
July 10: Papa Juke — Englewood Amphitheater
July 10: Eclipse — Highlands Ranch
July 11: Buckstein in Concert — Cherokee Castle
July 12: Castle Piano Experience — Cherokee Castle
July 12: Sulphur Gulch Music Festival (afternoon and evening) — PACE Center
July 13: Jefferson Starship — Hudson Gardens
July 13: CSO Boston Pops — Lone Tree
July 13: Nelson Rangell — Cherokee Castle
July 16: Jon Chandler Trio — Littleton Museum
July 17: Raising Cain — Englewood Amphitheater
July 17: Michael Friedman — Highlands Ranch
July 18: Papa Juke — Cherokee Castle
July 19: Zydeco — Cherokee Castle
July 20: Michael Grimm — Cherokee Castle
July 20: Boz Scaggs — Hudson Gardens
July 23: The Constant Tourists — Littleton Museum
July 24: Unforgettable — Englewood Amphitheater
July 24: Under a Blood Red Sky — Highlands Ranch
July 25: Chased — Lone Tree
July 26: The Bluzinators — Cherokee Castle
July 27: Creedence Clearwater Revisited — Hudson Gardens
July 30: The 101st Army Dixieland Band — Littleton Museum
July 31: The Jerseys — Englewood Amphitheater
Aug. 1: Motown Party — Lone Tree
Aug. 1: Dawson James — Cherokee Castle
Aug. 3: Chris Isaak — Hudson Gardens
Aug. 7: Buckner Funkenjazz — Englewood Amphitheater
Aug. 8: Dueling Pianos — Cherokee Castle
Aug. 9: DSB: Amerca’s Favorite Tribute to Journey — Centennial Center Park
Aug. 10: Peter Frampton — Hudson Gardens
Aug. 15: Dotsero — Cherokee Castle
Aug. 17: Little River Band with Touch of Class Orchestra — Hudson Gardens
Aug. 22: Flamenco Fantasy Dance — Cherokee Castle
Aug. 24: Night Ranger — Hudson Gardens
Aug. 30: Lynyrd Skynyrd — Hudson Gardens
Sept. 5: Boulder Bassoon Quarter — Cherokee Castle
Sept. 6: Denver Brass Americana — Cherokee Castle
Some of these concerts are free, provided by a government or organization, and others have varying ticket prices: We will provide addresses and contact information, insofar as possible.
• Hudson Gardens and Event Center is at 6115 S. Santa Fe Drive, Littleton. With the exception of the two fireworks events at 7 p.m., all concerts are at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are only available through Altitude Tickets (Formerly TicketHorse): altitudetickets.com, 303-405-6066, menu option 2. Free parking. No outside alcohol. Information: hudsongardens.org, 303-797-8565.
• Littleton Museum is at 6028 S. Gallup St., Littleton. All concerts are free, starting at 7 p.m. Rain dates are July 24 and July 31. 303-795-3950.
• Englewood Amphitheater is at the Civic Center, 1000 Englewood Parkway, next to the light-rail station. Concerts are at 6:30 p.m. In case of inclement weather, call 303-762-2598.
• Highlands Ranch concerts are free, at Highlands Heritage Park, 9651 S. Quebec St., Highlands Ranch.
• Lone Tree concerts are at 8 p.m. on the terrace at the Lone Tree Arts Center, 10075 Commons St. (inside if inclement weather). Tickets cost $110 for all five in reserved seats/$90 on the lawn. Single tickets available on May 19. 720-509-1000. No chairs may be brought in — only blankets or cushions. No outside alcohol permitted.
• Cherokee Castle and Ranch in Sedalia holds its concerts in a large tent on the veranda, with chairs provided. Times and costs vary from 5 to 7 p.m. and $25 to $80, with food included in the 5 p.m. events. Most include a tour of the castle. All shows are performed rain or shine. For information and reservations, see cherokeeranch.org or call 303-688-4600.
• PACE Center in Parker is at 20000 Pikes Peak Ave. The Sulphur Gulch Festival, with nine bands on three outdoor stages, costs $25 for a day pass; $55 tickets include Vertical Horizon, which plays at 7:30 p.m. on the Main Stage. Food trucks and beer garden. Kids 12 and under free during the day.
• Centennial Center Park, 13050 E. Peakview Ave., Centennial (north side of Arapahoe Road between Revere Parkway and Vaughn Street). Centennial celebrates the grand opening of an improved amphitheater with free concerts at 6 p.m. Food available.
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