Event Status cancelled
Friday, 11 September @ 18:30
Levitt Pavilion Denver, Denver
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Average White Band
Levitt Pavilion Denver 2 Upcoming events
- 1380 W. Florida Ave., Denver, 80223, US
- VISA, MASTERCARD, DISCOVER, CASH
- Will Call
- Will Call can be picked up within 1 hour of show time on the day of the event.
- Car Parking
- Ruby Hill Park has several internal parking lots available to Levitt Pavilion concert goers. However, the park is home to several other amenities and we want to remind concert goers that several of these lots will be used for other purposes on concert dates. Much of our parking will be done on Ruby Hill Park Road which will be a one way thoroughfare on concert days. We require all cars to enter our park on Jewell avenue, travel northbound and follow signs and our flaggers who will direct you on the best place to park. If you require ADA parking, please tell our attendant upon entering and they will direct you to these spaces. Around the park, there are several on street parking spaces available. We ask you to park within the �industrial areas� on the north and south of the park and to refrain from parking in the neighborhood to the west. The Ruby Hill neighborhood has been accommodating and welcoming to our presence and we ask our attendees to be respectful, with this request as well as when leaving the concert. While there are several free options to park in and around the park, for select concerts you may also choose to pay a small fee to park in a nearby businesses lot. These lots are owner operated and not affiliated with Levitt Pavilion Denver. Lyft, the fastest growing rideshare company in the U.S., and Denver�s newest outdoor concert venue, Levitt Pavilion Denver, have teamed up to offer concertgoers a seamless transportation option to the venue, focusing on passenger experience and safety. Rides will queue at the top of the park, only a short walk from Levitt Pavilion's new state of the arts stage, making Lyft a quick and easy way to exit the park