The Denver area has a plethora of things to do outside this summer, including a number of great outdoor concerts. Many of the shows are free and open to those of all ages. Here are just a few of the options that are coming up.
City Park Jazz presents ten free concerts in City Park on Sundays over the summer, and Los Bohemios will be taking the stage on July 23. Known for their three-part harmonies, the acoustic ensemble plays a mix of salsa, boleros, latin rock and jazz. Bring the whole family out for an evening of fun; there will be other family-friendly entertainment and food trucks on site.
Clyfford Still Museum and Swallow Hill Music will host three free lawn concerts this summer including an Aug. 4 show featuring Davina and the Vagabonds, whose brand of Memphis soul is guaranteed to get the crowd moving. Come out and celebrate the museum's fifth anniversary and check out some local food and drink vendors (or bring your own picnic).
Stapleton MCA will present their free Concert On The Green series this summer, with PG6IX taking the stage at Conservatory Green on July 20. The band's unique sound blends R&B, jazz, pop, rock, hip-hop and gospel. The show is open to those all ages. Guests are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets.
Acclaimed vocal rock group Face will be taking the stage at Commons Park on Aug. 23 for The Streets At Southglen's Dancing In the Streets Concert Series. The band features five singers and a vocal drummer. Bring some chairs or a blanket and enjoy a great summer night of music.
Viewhouse Centennial presents their Music On The Green Concert Series every Friday throughout the summer. Funkiphino will be on stage on Aug. 11. The band mixes R&B, soul, funk and rock together in a pleasing blend that is guaranteed to appeal to those of all ages. Come early and get a seat in the courtyard and enjoy Happy Hour.