Treat yourself to entertainment close to home with this series of four professional performances brought to Highlands Ranch. This series features a variety of shows which have widespread appeal and are full of fun, and family entertainment.
February 21 - Denver Pops
In Twelfth Night, Shakespeare wrote, "If music be the food of love, play on, Give me excess of it." That's just what the Denver Pops is going to do. We'll play on because love is in the air and the world needs a whole lot more of it. Our audience will enjoy music by Von Suppe, Bizet, Mancini, and music from the musical "Grease." Plan on bringing your sweetheart for this one!
Tickets: $10 early bird pricing, $15 week of event, if not sold out; Children 2 and under sitting on parent's lap are free. Military/Senior (65+)/Child (12 under): $7 early bird pricing, $10 week of event, if not sold out.
You may also purchase tickets at any HRCA recreation center or call 303-791-2500. Tickets will be available at the door, if not sold out. All ticket sales are final and no refunds will be issued. For general information call 303-791-2500.
Do you Know...
How HRCA Brings Family-Affordable Cultural Events to Highlands Ranch?
Highlands Ranch Community Association is able to bring high quality cultural events to our community at affordable rates due to the Highlands Ranch Cultural Affairs Association (CCA)* and Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD)** grant monies.
*CAA was established in February 2001 to address the need for a cultural foundation in the rapidly growing community of Highlands Ranch. The CAA provides a central organization from which educational, artistic, musical, theatrical and dance events are provided to the more than 90,000 Highlands Ranch residents and surrounding communities.
**SCFD Since 1989, Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD) has distributed funds from a 1/10 of 1% sales and use tax to cultural facilities throughout the seven-county Denver, Colorado metropolitan area (Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, and Jefferson counties). The funds support cultural facilities whose primary purpose is for enlightening and entertaining the public through the production, presentation, exhibition, advancement or preservation of visual arts, performing arts, cultural history, natural history, or natural sciences.