Northglenn plans to continue its annual Summer Concert Series in 2020 by turning it into a drive-in event at Northwest Open Space. While the event remains FREE, each vehicle must register prior to a specific concert, because they are limited to 50 cars at each show. Concerts will be presented on Thursday evenings from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. between July 9 and August 13.
How do I get tickets?
Keep checking the Northglenn concert website. Reservations must be made for each show. Proof of reservation will need to be provided prior to entrance. The reservation system is not yet open, but organizers say they hope to be by July 1.
MHOTC Tip: If there’s a specific band you want to see, bookmark the concert site and keep checking back each day.
What will I find at the concert site?
Entrance for the concerts will located at the Northwest Open Space West parking lot from 112th Avenue (2100 W. 112th Ave) next to the Northglenn Water Treatment Facility.
Vehicles over seven feet tall or with open hatches will be required to be in the back row.
All attendees will be encouraged to stay in their vehicles.
Masks will be required for anyone outside of their vehicle and you should remain within the perimeters of your parking space.
Every other parking space will remain empty. This will allow for social distancing as well as create a better view of the stage.
Space will not be provided for walk-ups.
At this time, no food or drinks will be sold.
Port-o-lets and hand sanitizer stations will be available on-site.
Mannequin the Band
The Williams Brothers
Selasee & the FaFa Family