The Denver Municipal Band

Denver Municipal Band

Denver Levitt Pavilion with the Dever Municipal Band and Carol Jantsch, principal tuba from the Philadelphia Orchestra

Building Community Through Music

It all started in 1861. The Denver City Band was formed to bring culture to the Wild West. Today, it's known as the Denver Municipal Band. We're a 501(c)(3) nonprofit playing in Denver-area parks, free. Our musicians are high-caliber pros who play a variety of music. Bring your family (including children and dogs) and join us in making music history, building community, and enjoying our beautiful parks. It's free.

How we're impacting the Denver area

𝅘𝅥𝅮 Just this year, we've played for more than 24,000 Denver-area residents — free

𝅘𝅥𝅮 We've played more than 31 venues around the Denver area

𝅘𝅥𝅮 We're brought communities together for 10+ neighborhood events

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About the Denver Municipal Band

Denver Levitt Pavilion with the Dever Municipal Band

Music variety, leading-Colorado musicians, a varying program, and an executive director and conductor integrated into the fabric of Denver music. The Denver Municipal Band has all that and more. For more than 100 years, we've been bringing free concerts to Denver's most beautiful parks.

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Education Programs: We Help Young Musicians

Denver Municipal Band with Colorado Honor Band

The Denver Municipal Band also provides educational programs in the Denver area. We guide young players as musicians and participants in Denver's rich, cultural community. We provide musical opportunities for underprivileged communities and champion the growth of our next generation of professional Denver-area musicians.

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