The Levitt Pavilion here in Denver is part of a growing family of outdoor Levitt music venues and concert sites across America. This year, through permanent Levitt venues and the Levitt AMP Music Series, 550+ free Levitt concerts will be presented in 26 towns and cities. Each celebrates its own community and presents high caliber entertainment featuring a rich array of music genres. As coveted anchors of community life, families, friends and neighbors of all ages and backgrounds come together on Levitt lawns through the power of free, live music. Leading the program’s nationwide growth is the Mortimer & Mimi Levitt Foundation, a pioneer in the creative placemaking movement. Learn more at www.levitt.org.

Levitt Pavilion Denver is a non-profit established with the purpose of building community through music. We believe in embracing the local, including the musicians, architects, staff, artists and sponsors. Levitt Pavilion Denver is more than just another music venue – it is a nexus for local non-profits and arts groups across the Rocky Mountain region. Located in Ruby Hill Park, Levitt Pavilion Denver features:

  • 50 free concerts annually with local, regional, national and international acts

  • A rich spectrum of music genres: R&B, country, rock, Latin, blues, jazz, children’s and more!

  • Relaxed, open lawn setting

  • Local food vendors

  • State-of-the-art sound and lighting

  • Easily accessible location near public transportation and bike paths

  • Family-friendly environment

Outside of Levitt Pavilion Denver concert series, the state-of-the-art amphitheater will be available for use by schools, arts organizations, outside promoters and other non-profits.


A Gift to our Community

Levitt Pavilion Denver is the first and only free cultural venue in Denver.  Offering 50 FREE concerts a year to the public, this invaluable asset to concertgoers and musicians alike, Levitt Pavilion Denver provides increased access to the arts. With the average cost of U.S. concert tickets skyrocketing to $87.51 in 2016 (according to Pollstar), the amphitheater will donate the equivalent of $32,861,250 of free music each year! The amphitheater will also act as a launching pad for local artists, exposing them to audience sizes eclipsing those of local bars and indoor venues. Emerging Colorado based musicians will be paid above current local scale and half of the concerts will be dedicated to those Colorado-based acts, with the rest featuring emerging national and international groups.