– Western swing, sizzling jazz and classic honky tonk music will take center stage when Hot Club of Cowtown performs with Halden Wofford and the Hi-Beams at the
on Saturday, July 30 at
The Hot Club of Cowtown hails from
. This three-piece band is known for its fresh approach to classic swing and cowboy folk music. Stylistic influences include Bob Wills – the famous
bandleader from the 1930s and ‘40s – and renowned French jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt, who began his professional career in the 1920s. Hot Club of Cowtown brings a 21st century enthusiasm to its interpretations of jazz standards and original compositions. The band serves up fun, danceable music that keeps audiences and critics alike raving.
Halden Wofford and Hi-Beams, one of the busiest bands on the
, will open with a mix of authentic honky tonk, western swing and original tunes. The group received a “Best of Denver” nomination from Westword in 2003 in the Country/Bluegrass category.
Amphitheater gates open at
This event will be held rain or shine. For tickets or additional information, call the
box office at (720) 898-7200 or visit www.arvadacenter.org
A barbecue dinner is available from the
’s catering service for a cost of $9.50 in advance or $10.50 at the concert. Meals can be ordered when purchasing tickets. In compliance with city regulations, no alcoholic beverages or glass containers can be brought into the amphitheater. The
offers beer and wine service. Concessions open at
Patrons are welcome to bring their own meals to the performances.
The 2005 Summer Concert Series is presented by Freedom Harley Davidson, Inc. The
for the Arts and Humanities is generously supported by the Scientific & Cultural Facilities District (SCFD). It is the metro area’s seventh largest cultural attraction, devoted to all aspects of the arts.Located two and a half miles north of Interstate 70 on
is a short 20-minute drive from downtown
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