Denver’s Riverfront Park once again hosts a free summer concert series. On Thursday, August 18th, the Riverfront Park Summer Sessions concert series will resume at the 19th Street Bridge (at Platte Street). Here you will read about if there is going to be a free music show on Thursday in Riverfront Park.
Live local music, engaging art, artisan booths, local food trucks, retailers, and a bar serving craft beers will be featured during the 4–8 p.m. concert series. Pimps of Joytime, Los Mocohetes, and Kayla Marque will perform Thursday.
The Riverfront Park Neighborhood Foundation is supported by the Riverfront Park Summer Sessions, and it promotes artistic excellence, diversity, and access in the central Denver community.
The 19th Street Bridge is once again the site of Summer Sessions. To get to Commons Park, which is close to the Denver Skate Park, park-goers can cross the pedestrian-only bridge, which is used to cross vehicles, over the South Platte River.
The 19th Street Bridge was built in 1888 and is included on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) because it is the oldest wrought iron bridge still in use. It is also the oldest vehicle bridge in its original site.
In his capacity as chairman of the Riverfront Park Community Foundation, Don Cohen remarked on the positive changes taking place in the city’s downtown areas. “We anticipate this year’s Summer Sessions to surpass the tremendous success of the first shows. Even though it’s summertime, this is still a fantastic location to be.”
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