Diverse offerings make up summer concert lineup

Political satire, a cappella and retro throwbacks to hit stage at Arvada Center’s Outdoor Amphitheatre starting in June

Staff report
Posted 2/25/20

A diverse range of entertainment, including political satire, high-energy a cappella, and retro throwbacks, will highlight the 2020 summer concert series at the Arvada Center. The series, featuring …

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Diverse offerings make up summer concert lineup

Political satire, a cappella and retro throwbacks to hit stage at Arvada Center’s Outdoor Amphitheatre starting in June

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A diverse range of entertainment, including political satire, high-energy a cappella, and retro throwbacks, will highlight the 2020 summer concert series at the Arvada Center.

The series, featuring concerts by internationally-known and critically-acclaimed musical acts, along with shows from some of Colorado’s cultural organizations, launches in June with the political parodies of The Capitol Steps.

The Australian Pink Floyd Show, called the “kings of the genre” by the Daily Mirror, lights up the stage, followed by nationally-recognized a cappella group FACE Vocal Band. Back at the Arvada Center by popular demand, Poco, Orleans, and Pure Prairie League bring the sounds of the 70s to life.

Side by side with these nationally touring acts, local cultural favorites will perform as well. Covering nearly every performing art, audiences will enjoy dance performances by Third Law Dance/Theater, Wonderbound, Cleo Parker Robinson Dance, and Colorado Ballet.

Music lovers will find something to love with The Denver Brass and the Colorado Jazz Repertory Orchestra.

Returning again this summer, Steuben’s will set up shop at the Arvada Center, selling food and refreshments for every performance.

More concerts will be announced in the upcoming weeks. Tickets for these concerts are now on sale at Arvadacenter.org.

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