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6/08/2014 - The schedule is updated. Some dates are tentative so please come back here for up to date information. For any questions, e-email

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Park Locations

Bible Park S. Quebec St at Amherst Ave
Buck Recreation Center 2400 W. Powers St.
Chafee Park 38th Ave at Tejon St.
Cheesman Park 8th Ave. at Humboldt St.
City Park Band Shell 17th Ave. at Steele St.
Civic Center Park Colfax Av. at Broadway
Clement Park W. Bowles Ave. at Long St.
Cook Park S. Monaco at Cherry Creek Drive South
Eisenhower Park E. Dartmouth at Colorado Blvd.
Fairmount Cemetery 430 S. Quebec
Gates Concert Hall Iliff at University Blvd. (D.U. Campus)
Grant Ranch Park 7255 W. Grant Ranch Blvd.
Hampden Heights Park 3301 S. Clinton St.
Harvey Park W. Evans at S. Tennyson St.
King Center Auraria Campus
Main St Gazebo Main St. Parker, CO
Magna Carta Park Colo. Blvd. at Hampden Ave.
Mayfair Park 10th Ave. at Ivy St.
Newman Center Iliff Ave. at University Blvd.
Parsons Theatre 11801 E. Community Center Dr., Northglenn
Pine Crest Village Park Lehigh at Chase St.
Plat Park Florida Av. at Logan St.
Pulaski Park Cherry Creek Drive at Madison st.
Rosamond Park Tamarac Dr. at Quincy St.
Skyline Park Arapahoe St. between 16th and 17th St.
Southmoor Park E. Hampden Ave. at S. Oneida St.
Sterne Park 5900 S. Spotswood, Littleton, CO
Stonehocker House 10950 Fox Run Parkway Northglenn, CO
Wallace Park Bellview Ave. at DTC Drive
Washington Park E. Kentucky Ave at S. Franklin St.


MPTF has been an important aspect of the musical life of this country for over fifty years. We wish to recognize and celebrate their support of music in denver and to invite you to play a role in the next fifty years. MPTF stands for The Recording Industry's Music Performance Trust Fund.

WHAT IT IS: A trust account funded by the joint contributions of record companies and professional recording musicians.

WHAT IT DOES: The MPTF Fund helps sustain the cost of LIVE, FREE, PROFESSIONAL PUBLIC PERFORMANCE. In addition to public concerts, the MPTF Fund supports hundreds of educational concerts in the schools.

HOW IT WORKS: Your organization provides funding toward the cost of a performance. Following approval of the project, the MPTF can provide the balance. Minimal restrictions are that the performance be without admission charge and contain no political or religious message.

For information on how you or your organization can help keep music alive in our community, call the Denver Musicians Association at 303-573-1717. Visit the MPTF web page here.

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