Mile High Music
Restrictions have eased, virus cases are way down, and Denver's social life is back in full swing! Furthermore, music and concerts are starting to come back, including the Mile High Music Series. This music event will still offer a physically-distanced outdoor atmosphere with the added bonus of charity. That's right, a portion of each ticket goes to a local non-profit each week, so you'll be helping local businesses while enjoying yourself. There will also be food specials prepared by a local chef. Now that the snowy and rainy days of the year are behind us, this is the perfect time to get outdoors and get your groove on!
Concerts For A Cause
The Mile High Music Series begins Thursday, June 17th. However, if you can't make the first one, don't worry—there will be more chances for you to join in on the fun. The money raised for this installment of the series will be benefiting a group that aides people with neurologic or developmental problems. The tickets will be $35, including your choice of one free drink (beer, wine, prosecco, specialty drink), reserved seating, and a cocktail server. The venue will open at 6 PM and the music will start at 6:30.
Want to know more about that charity? It is called Rehabilitative Rhythms and it offers a place where individuals with neurologic or developmental differences can use music to change their lives. Rehabilitative Rhythms is unique to Colorado; it is the only music therapy practice in the state that exclusively focuses on these differences. It is no secret that everyone responds to some type of music in a positive way. It's hardwired into the human experience. The specialization at Rehabilitative Rhythms allows the organization to produce results that their patients haven’t experienced with other activities or therapies. They are making a real, measurable difference.