Red Rocks Amphitheater
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.
The Fourth of July is almost here, so it’s time to plan your annual holiday festivities. Here are some of the biggest and best ways that Denverites are ringing in the holiday this year.
New numbers show people all across the country love the city of Denver. Tourism to the Mile High City and surrounding areas set a new record last year with more than 14 million visitors.
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.
Once the province of activists and stoners, the traditional pot holiday of April 20 has gone mainstream in the first state in the nation to legalize recreational marijuana.
2014 already has an impressive lineup scheduled and it’s still early on in the booking season. Whether you are looking for pop, classic rock, a capella or EDM, Denver will host many of your favorite bands.
The Colorado Music Hall of Fame has finally found a permanent home and will be moving from 1stBank Center to the Red Rocks Trading Post in the summer of 2014.
Former Republican state senator Mike Kopp kicked off his bid Tuesday to challenge Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper next year.
Smiling schoolchildren and a bright school bus hauled boxes of petitions to Denver on Monday as activists pushed for the largest voter-approved permanent tax hike in state history to overhaul education funding.
Investigators need information after human remains were found near Red Rocks Amphitheater.