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The City of Boulder presents Arts in the Park, a program showcasing a vibrant blend of arts and cultural performances. Arts in the Park performances will take place at the Glen Huntington Band Shell in the city’s Civic Area. We'll showcase local talent as well as performances from the Boulder Ballet, Boulder Symphony, Boulder Opera and Boulder Philharmonic.

Arts in the Park 2024 will run from June 1 - Aug. 31 at and around the Glen Huntington Band Shell. These performances will be free or low cost to the community and provide assistance to local and independent performing artists.

Upcoming Community Spotlight Performances

Community Spotlight Performances are a way for the city to provide a viable outdoor venue for local artists and arts professionals, provide art performances and experiences to the community, and create a welcoming and safe space for all. They will run throughout the summer along with our signature events produced by the Boulder Parks and Recreation Department.

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Experience a sound bath in a unique outdoor environment and get a taste of what sound healing can do for your mind and body. Bring items to help you feel comfortable and relaxed (pillow, eye mask, chair or something soft to lie down on).

Zach Miller is a certified sound healing practitioner who uses sound healing as a universal technique to hold space for people who want to bring healing, growth, and spiritual transcendence into their lives and bodies. He uses a combination of various instruments like gongs, crystal bowls, chimes, and other healing instruments to create a relaxing and interesting soundscape to help people access lower brainwave states in order to help turn on their body’s natural healing systems.

Learn more at www.soundwavesacrament.com and on instagram @soundwavesacrament

  • Date: Saturday, July 20
  • Time: 11a.m. - 12p.m.
  • Location: Bandshell

Community Spotlight Arts in the Park performances are FREE!

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Come join us for a chance to learn and experience the art and culture of the native Hawaiian people. This exciting performance will include live music and dance ending with a chance for audience members to learn Hula.

Our mission at Hula School of the Western Mountains is to teach and perform the traditional and authentic hula and chant of the Native Hawaiian people, NĀ KANAKA MAOLI.

"Hula is the language of the heart and therefore the heartbeat of the Hawaiian people."
King David Kalākaua, last King of Hawai'i.

Learn more at Hula School of the Western Mountains

  • Date: Saturday, July 20
  • Time: 6:30 p.m. - 7:15 p.m.
  • Location: Bandshell

Community Spotlight Arts in the Park performances are FREE!

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Join us for an enchanting evening as we shine the spotlight on solo musicians, showcasing the soulful melodies and captivating rhythms of three extraordinary local artists. Immerse yourself in the beauty of live music amidst the picturesque backdrop of our community park, where talent meets nature for an experience that resonates with the heart and spirit.

  • Date: Saturday, July 27
  • Time: 5:30 p.m. - 8 p.m.
  • Location: Bandshell

Community Spotlight Arts in the Park performances are FREE!

Solo Sounds Schedule and Featured Artists:

Brody Bennett 5:30 p.m. - 6:15 p.m.

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Brody Bennett is a singer-songwriter who plays multiple instruments and enjoys recording original music, born and raised in Erie, Colorado along the front range mountains. As an upcoming vocalist and guitarist, Brody incorporates experimental elements into his compositions and mixes genres from folk/country to alternative rock, but always makes melodic, lyrical music with captivating progressions.

Audio Mocha 6:15 p.m. - 7p.m.

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Ever wonder what the Legend Of Zelda would sound like as surf rock? Or what Taylor Swift would sound like in a Tony Hawk game? An instrumental solo project led by Colombian guitar player Daniel Mateo, Audio Mocha is primarily known for video game remixes and has performed at multiple conventions around the country, and has been featured on OverClocked Remix, Dwelling Of Duels and Pixel Mixers. Besides video game music, Audio Mocha also performs surf rock originals and pop covers so if you are looking for tropical vibes, don't miss out and join us at the Boulder Bandshell!

Link: www.audiomocha.com

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Elaborate Owl 7 - 7:45 p.m.

Jonny Schreiber, also known as "The Elaborate Owl," hails from Colorado and is an Indie-Electronic music writer, producer, and performer. His music blends uplifting melodies with emotional introspection, evoking a range of feelings from joy to contemplation. Currently based in Boulder, he eagerly anticipates sharing his distinctive live performances. These include keyboard and guitar playing, singing, rapping, and spoken word, alongside looping, launching, and DJing samples using his launchpad. At 'Solo Night', he plans to showcase mostly new, unreleased tracks. For a preview of his sound, check out his latest album "Angst," available on all major streaming platforms.

Instagram @elab_owl_music

Spotify "The Elaborate Owl"

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School of Rock Boulder has been serving the Boulder community and its youth for 15 years and has helped hundreds of students experience music in a safe, fun, friendly, and inclusive environment. Our House Band is made up of local students who are very hard working and talented up and coming musicians playing popular music from classic and modern rock, pop, contemporary, metal, and much, much more.

Learn more on our website and Facebook Page

  • Date: Sunday, July 28
  • Time: 2 to 6 p.m.
  • Location: Bandshell

Community Spotlight Arts in the Park performances are FREE!

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The City of Boulder presents Arts in the Park, a program showcasing a vibrant blend of arts and cultural performances and will take place at the Glen Huntington Bandshell in the city’s Civic Area downtown Boulder and showcase talent from the Boulder Ballet, Boulder Symphony and Boulder Opera and local singer-songwriters.

Laurie & Lorrie cover just about every genre; folk, country, rock, blues and jazz, and are a lot of fun. They have something for everyone from kids to seniors! L & L are Colorado's premiere female duo!

With Laurie Dameron's Billboard Magazine award-winning guitar prowess spanning over five decades, complemented by Lorrie Baum's soulful bass and vocals, this duo delivers an unforgettable experience wherever they perform.

Learn more on our Facebook Event Page

  • Date: Friday, August 9
  • Time: 6:15 to 8:15 p.m.
  • Location: Bandshell

Community Spotlight Arts in the Park performances are FREE!

Rocky Moutain Indigenousness Dancers

Immerse yourself in a culturally rich presentation with live music and dance. Rocky Mountain Indigenous Dancers are here to represent Native American culture & share some of the meanings behind our dances and traditions.

The City of Boulder presents Arts in the Park, a program showcasing a vibrant blend of arts and cultural performances and will take place at the Glen Huntington Bandshell in the city’s Civic Area downtown Boulder and showcase local talent.

Learn more on our Facebook Page

  • Date: Saturday, August 17
  • Time: 5 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
  • Location: Bandshell

Community Spotlight Arts in the Park performances are FREE!

Call for Sponsors

Celebrate and support the arts in Boulder! To become a sponsor please contact Rosa Wright at wrightr@bouldercolorado.gov.

  • Complimentary tickets to events
  • 10' x 10/ booth space for all events
  • Onstage recognition at all events
  • Branded promotional giveaways
  • Social media appreciation
  • Logo banner displayed at venue
  • Logo recognition on signage
  • Logo in digital program and website
  • Logo recognition in e-newsletters

  • Complimentary tickets to events
  • Company banner displayed at venue
  • Logo recognition on venue signs
  • Logo recognition on website and digital
  • Logo recognition in e-announcements

  • Logo recognition on venue signs
  • Logo recognition on website and digital
  • Logo in the digital program
  • Logo recognition on e-announcements

  • City e-newsletters | 250,000
  • City social media | 100,000
  • Summer Recreation Guide (Digital) | 35,000
  • Inclusion in citywide press release
  • Flyers and signs in several city parks