303 Day Celebrations Help Nonprofit For At-Risk Youth

DENVER (CBS4) – March 3 serves as an unofficial holiday in our state. The first 303 Day was celebrated in 2009.

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It all started thanks to radio station 93.3, Illegal Pete’s and the band “3OH!3.” For the 10th anniversary this year, 303 Magazine joined the others to celebrate.

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All nine Illegal Pete’s locations in Colorado hosted some of the celebrations which included a special vinyl record.

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“It’s all local musicians. The art is designed by Anna Charney, who is a local artists. It has 12 tracks on it. Eighty percent of the proceeds go to Youth on Record, a local nonprofit that helps at-risk youth learn about music,” said Brittany Werges, the Editor in Chief of 303 Magazine.

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303 Day at Night continues the celebrations with local bands performing at the Oriental Theater at 7 p.m.

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