As the 4th of July approaches, firefighters in Denver are cracking down on illegal fireworks.
Freedom seemed to be the theme at the fifth annual Independence Eve celebration at Civic Center Park. This year’s event attracted more than 100,000 people.
For Bayasa Bat-Itgel, a permanent U.S. resident born in Mongolia, freedom rings with a different perspective but still as loudly.
For almost 30 years, Hazel Miller has wowed and entertained Denver’s music lovers. She got her first regular singing gig in the winter of 1985.
Shows like “Glee” and movies like “Pitch Perfect” have made singing groups all the rage but who would think of putting fireworks and a capella together?
When it comes to entertaining crowds in parks, the Denver Municipal band knows a thing or two. The band itself is older than the state of Colorado. It was formed in 1861 by Alex Sutherland, a bugler in the Civil War.
Work is underway to get Civic Center Park ready for its biggest party of the year, Independence Eve presented by Anadarko.
Approximately 100,000 people are expected to hit Civic Center Park this Thursday for the fifth annual Independence Eve celebration which features live music and a fireworks show.
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