The eight-concert Summer Concert Series is sure to be a highlight of the Highlands Ranch summer. Gather the whole crew and dance to our incredible line-up of bands coming to Highlands Heritage Regional Park (behind the Highlands Ranch Post Office). Bring a blanket, a picnic, or money to purchase food truck treats and enjoy dinner and live music while watching the sun set behind the Rocky Mountains.
Free: Admission is free and open to the public
Location: Highland Heritage Regional Park, 9651 S Quebec, Highlands Ranch, CO 80129; chairs, beverages, food, and dogs are permitted.
Time: 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
June 1: Stone Beat Invasion (The Rolling Stones and The Beatles Tribute Band)
Stone Beat Invasion has been performed the music of The Beatles and The Rolling Stones across all corners of Colorado for the better part of 7 years. This 10 piece band complete with a full horn section electrifies the crowd with their powerful delivery of two legendary hit catalogs, masterfully capturing the energy and spirit of the the Rolling Stones and the Beatles.
Pulling from decades of chart toppers Stone Beat Invasion delivers an epic rock n roll experience that draws on the nostalgia of the 60’s, 70s and 80s transporting listeners to a bygone era of rock and roll excess, fashion, and timeless riffs. No concert is ever the same as the band is able to pull on deep cuts and whole album sides at a moments notice. Alan Sperry of Denver Entertainment Hub exclaims "The only person better than Bobby Greiert at being Mick Jagger is Mick Jagger". Relive the legendary music of two of the greatest bands in music history with Stone Beat Invasion.
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June 8: The Guardians Band (Music from the Guardians of the Galaxy movies)
The concept for the Guardians Band was to start with the songlist from the Guardians of the Galaxy Movies. Starlord’s (Chris Pratt) most prized possession is his Walkman with a mix tape of primarily hits from the 70’s. Songs like Hooked on a Feelin’ Fooled Around and Fell in Love, OOO Child, Billie Jean, and Cherry Bomb evoke the era of 70’s rock and include a new audience of millennials and beyond who love the Marvel movie classic. When our band performed at my son’s wedding the bride and groom requested a bunch of songs from the movie and the Guardians Band was born. Quality and musicianship is the hallmark of our performances. Our lead vocalists, Alissa Kotranza, Evan Sauvage and Tim Rosendo were top singers for the 17th Avenue Allstars vocal band. They bring years of experience to the band with killer vocals and great stage presence.
Our rhythm section consisting of 4 in-demand players: Guy Steagall lead guitar, Billy Ray Stevens keys, Byron Dudrey bass and Tony Stevens drums, bring years of experience touring with major acts and performing with top Denver Bands. This combination of talent and experience brings our audiences a truly top shelf act and one to make it’s mark on Colorado and beyond.
June 15: Titonic (Funk/Soul/R&B)
Titonic is an 8-piece Funk/Soul/R&B band (with horns) from Fort Collins, CO. Titonic plays top hits from artists including: Stevie Wonder, Aretha Franklin, Tower of Power, Steely Dan, and The Doobie Brothers to name a few. Titonic was formed in March of 2019 by lead singer Monique Ford. Titonic is still growing their local presence, and with their killer vocals and groovy horn section, they are surely a band to watch for in 2023. So, bring your dancing shoes and shake a tail feather or two, because Titonic will bring down the house.
June 22: Nothing But Nineties (90s)
Nothing But Nineties is Colorado's dopest 90s cover band, sliming their fans with 90s nostalgia through throwback outfits, pop culture references, and sound you'd swear is coming straight from your portable CD player. Playing all the 90s music hits from grunge rock to boy bands, including your favorite 90s TV and movie themes, Nothing But Nineties' show is guaranteed to transport you back to your childhood.
July 6: Slap Jessi (Rock/Pop)
Formed in 1991 Bay City, Tx. Slap Jessi has been performing in and around south Texas for many years. Known for their wild antics, screaming guitar, wide range vocals, and vicious pocket drummer, they always put on a good show. They cover songs from the 80s to 2k. The crowd always gets a good dose of heavy guitar mixed with dance tunes, harmonies, and sing along songs.
July 13: 5280s Band (80s)
The 5280s Band is a fun and fantastic party band bringing the looks and sounds of the 80s to every awesome show. Get ready to dance, sing, and pump your fist to the best rock, pop, and new wave tunes from the 1980s!
July 20: Paizley Park (Prince Tribute Band)
If you’re going to pay tribute to one of the all-time best-selling artists, then you’d better have something serious to bring. With sales of more than 150 million records, there are a lot of fans who know every note played, every costume worn and every choreographed step by the late megastar, Prince, and doing it half-way just won’t cut it. Paizley Park is the creation of Phillip Lamar who formed the band at the urging of his friends and fans who (thankfully) convinced him that his vocal and physical attributes were spot on resemblances to THE Purple one.
But there is more to forming a successful tribute band, especially a PRINCE tribute band, than appearance and talent – a lot more. Countless hours are consumed watching concert videos, studying every nuanced move and every arrangement variation, all before the first musician is auditioned. Then, the work of finding players who are both, competent and excited about the project starts.
Fortunately, there was no lack of professional musicians wanting to step into the opportunity of playing a role in the recreation of Prince’s dynamic band. Paizley Park came together in January 2016. Four months later, Prince left us and the Denver tribute’s notoriety skyrocketed.
July 27: The Country Music Project (Country)
The Country Music Project is one of Colorado’s longest running live country music acts! Since 2009, the group has been performing traditional and modern country music all over the Rocky Mountain Region. A perennial favorite at Colorado’s biggest fairs, festivals and rodeos, the group is a happy to return to the Highlands Ranch, one of Colorado’s best summer concert series for the fourth time! Don’t miss it!
The HRCA's Cultural Affairs Association (CAA)
The Highlands Ranch Cultural Affairs Association (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 those living in the surrounding communities.
Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD)
All CAA 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.
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