Colorado Symphony Orchestra
Dispensaries are doing a booming trade in cookbooks, savory pot foods and frozen takeout dishes that incorporate marijuana. But for now, halting attempts at creating a marijuana dining scene have had mixed results.
The chance that Denver’s Boettcher Concert Hall could be demolished has sounded a sour note with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra, which has called the venue home for 35 years.
The Colorado Symphony Orchestra’s bring-your-own-cannabis fundraising concerts kick off Friday.
Grammy-winning jazz singer Dianne Reeves, who was bused to her Denver middle school years ago, says sharing songs and poetry across the racial divide helped ease tension during the difficult days of desegregation.
Denver is pleased with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra’s efforts to align its bring-your-own-cannabis fundraising concerts with laws that authorize – but still regulate – marijuana use in Colorado, the city attorney said Wednesday.
The Colorado Symphony is changing its tune regarding its “Classically Cannabis” concert series.
Saying it’s bring your own weed, the Colorado Symphony Orchestra will play a series of fundraising concerts sponsored by the state’s burgeoning pot industry.
It might be hard to believe, but not everyone in Denver is a Broncos fan and spent their Super Bowl Sunday doing other things.
New Year’s Eve is just around the corner and there’s nothing like sharing an evening of music with friends. Ring in the New Year to the sounds of breathtaking symphonics, folk guitars or heart-thumping electronics.
Whether you are looking for something classic like Handel’s “Messiah,” a raucous symphony of guitars or maybe just a little alternative/folk music to ring in the new year, the Mile High City’s holiday concert calendar showcases it all.