For all event dates, times, and most recent information, please check the HRCA Events Calendar.
Winter Cultural Series
Treat yourself to cultural events close to home. A highlight of the many cultural programs brought to you by the CAA features a variety of performances that have widespread appeal and are full of fun, family entertainment you are sure to enjoy.
Family Magic Show
Grab the family and join us for an exciting evening of magic and illusion. Fun for the whole family!
Chinese New Year Celebration
The CAA and SCFD are partnering with Great Wall Chinese Academy to present a cultural program to celebrate Chinese New Year. The program features exciting Chinese dragon and lion dances, beautiful Chinese folk dances, amazing Chinese martial art, and choral and instrumental performances. Learn more about this rich culture by experiencing the traditions of Chinese New Year!
Looking for a date night? Enjoy a comedy night at the Recreation Center at Eastridge! The CAA will treat you to an evening of laughs and comedy relief. Comedians are hand selected from a pool of comedians from The Comedy Works.
Denver Gay Men's Chorus
The Denver Gay Men's Chorus returns with a celebration of great Hispanic artists in their new bilingual concert series. It's a celebration of Hispanic heritage and the impact on our community and the music that has inspired us with a fiery retrospective of the sounds and flavors of Latin America.
Enjoy an evening of your favorite songs. This live, interactive, sing-along show will get you up and out of your seat and dancing! Request your favorite songs from classic rock to today's pop hits! Two performers from Howl at the Moon will play your favorite songs all night!
Hooked On Fishing!
The CAA, Metro District, and the Colorado Division of Wildlife get your little ones Hooked On Fishing! Experts from the Colorado Division of Wildlife teach the art of angling and ecology. Poles and bait are provided. Kids keep the poles for future catches! Fishing at Redstone Park.
Culture on the Green Series
This series will pair cultural performances with a beautiful outdoor setting for an experience that is sure to delight all ages. Bring a blanket and a picnic dinner for a great evening under the stars. Free admission. Programs held at Civic Green Park.
May 24 - International Youth Ballet
June 28 - 101st Army Dixieland Band
July 26 - Luau with Kalama Polynesian Dancers
Summer Concert Series
It’s a free festive family event with music featuring the best of local favorites, food, and beverages that guarantee a good time is to be had by all. Bring a picnic dinner and enjoy these concerts! Past band performances have included Red Hot Tomatoes, Lannie Garrett, Nacho Men, Opie Gone Bad, and many, many more. Free admission. Concerts from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. at Highland Heritage Regional Park near the Highlands Ranch Post Office.
June 6 - Mostly Harmless
June 13 - Michael Friedman Band
June 20 - Forever in Blue Jeans
June 27 - The Long Run
July 11 - Deja Blu
July 18 - The Country Music Project
July 25 - That Eighties Band
Classic Car Show
Join us for the annual Classic Car Show. Have fun in the sun with great cars, food, music and more! The Classic Car Show features cars from all eras and types such as Classic, European, Hot Rod, Muscle, motorcycles, trucks and much more. It's an extraordinary exhibition that's fun for all ages! Admission is free and open to the public.
Jazz at the Mansion
If you enjoy wonderful jazz music, you will not want to miss this event! Set inside the beautifully renovated Highlands Ranch Mansion.
Ladies' Fishing on the Fly
CAA and Trout Unlimited teach women ages 16 and older the art of fly fishing. There will be a classroom session and then a trip to a lake to practice what they've learned!
Summer's Sunset Concert
The HRCA and Metro District join together to celebrate a great end to summer. Food trucks will be available to purchase food. Admission is free and open to the public.
Highlands Ranch Days
Highlands Ranch history is fun and educational—especially at Highlands Ranch Days. Join in this celebration of your community’s heritage with western entertainment, livestock displays, historical re-enactments, hay rides, and much more. Discover bygone eras when pioneers, fur trappers, gold panners, and Native Americans roamed Highlands Ranch. Don’t miss the pancake breakfast on Saturday morning. Get into the pioneering spirit at the historic Highlands Ranch Mansion.
The CAA’s Oktoberfest is fun for all ages. Gather your family and friends together for a cultural experience that will delight your children and entertain the adults. Purchase genuine German food, dance to the music of a German band, polka with authentic German folk dancers, and imbibe German beers. It's an evening of non-stop entertainment for the kids, too. Children can play midway games and bounce on inflatables until their hearts are content. Celebrate Oktoberfest at Highlands Ranch Town Center South.
Classical Music Series
The Highlands Ranch Cultural Affairs Association and the Highlands Ranch Mansion combines the ambiance of a chamber setting in the historic mansion's solarium with music written near the turn of the century.
Classics and Cocktails
Enjoy classic films, an assortment of classic candies, and a signature cocktail! Each month we will feature a different film from the Golden Age of Cinema so grab some popcorn and your friends and take a trip down memory lane!
Curtain Call at the Mansion
Enjoy a delightful performance at the Historic Highlands Ranch Mansion. This is the show that does not stop from the moment the band hits the stage till the last screams from the crowd subsides! Come enjoy an evening of classic swing and standards.
The Nutcracker Highlights
The International Youth Ballet acclaimed production of "The Nutcracker" is the perfect introduction to the world's most famous ballet. The production features favorite characters such as the Nutcracker, the Mouse King, Clara and the Sugar Plum Fairy, all in full costume.
All events are subject to change – please check the HRCA Events Calendar for updated information, or call 303-791-2500.
All cultural events are paid for in part by the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD) which supports more than 300 arts, cultural, and scientific organizations within the Denver metro area through a voter‐approved penny sales tax on every $10 purchase.