The pumpkin patch at Chatfield Farms is closed for the season.
Denver Botanic Gardens is pleased to announce that Swallow Hill Music Association is its new concert promotions partner for the booking and production of all Denver Botanic Gardens concerts, commencing in the 2010 season. This new partnership reflects recent changes in the Gardens’ strategy and direction, including a desire to better align itself with organizations that have a similar brand and common goals. The Gardens and Swallow Hill Music are a perfect match. Both organizations are well-known, respected nonprofits in Denver that serve a wide cross-section of the community with engaging educational programming. They are also committed to presenting the very best in regional and national musical entertainment to their patrons.
Swallow Hill Music promotes more than 200 concerts per year at its 71 E. Yale Ave. venue and other venues across the metro area, including the Ellie Caulkins Opera House. Their focus on genres that include roots, folk and acoustic music is a perfect fit for the Gardens’ concert venues and serves similar audiences. As SCFD-funded organizations that complement each other, the Gardens and Swallow Hill Music are committed to building a collaborative, long-lasting relationship that assists with fulfilling each organization’s mission.
We are excited about the partnership and look forward to a great 2010 concert season! Welcome Swallow Hill Music!