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Frequently Asked Questions

Planning Your Evening with The Denver Brass

Venues, directions and seating maps below.
If you have further questions, call us at 303-832-HORN(4676)!

What Do I Wear?

You’re in Colorado! This means that concert attire can range all the way from Colorado Casual to Cocktail Attire (tux or an evening gown would be lovely New Year’s Eve). Costumes are encouraged at “Night of the Living Brass,” and you’ll find lots of folks in green, plaids, and even kilts when it comes time for “Brass, Bagpipes & Co.” It’s nice to refrain from wearing heavy colognes or perfumes, as many performers and audience members have allergies to these products.

When Should I Arrive?

It’s best to arrive early for all concerts, as we seat late-comers only during breaks between concert pieces. Plan to arrive at the Newman Center 20 minutes early, just in case there is a line to get in the parking structure. At other venues, it is safe to plan to arrive 15 minutes early.

What Time Does Will Call Open?

Will call is open 1 hour before the scheduled concert time.

How Long are Performances?

Concerts at Newman Center for the Performing Arts and Bethany Lutheran Church are approximately 1:45 to 2:00 in total length.  Included in this show time is a 20 minute intermission.  Tiny Tots concerts are approximately 1 hour in length with no intermission.

May I Bring Children?

Children who are able to sit quietly are welcome at Denver Brass concerts.  New ticket prices for children at all venues make The Denver Brass more family-friendly than ever before.  If you’re not sure about your child’s capacity to sit through a concert, start them at a Tiny Tots concert where special concert host, children’s activity pages, and opportunities for movement and rhythmic activity are guaranteed to engage our youngest listeners!

Coughing and Other Noises

The listening experience is greatly enhanced by the elimination of distracting sounds such as coughing or electronic beeps. Please silence all electronic devices upon entry into the concert hall, and see an usher if cough drops are needed.

I had a conflict come up and cannot make it to the concert I bought tickets for. May I return my tickets and get a refund?

Tickets for all concerts at The Newman Center and Bethany are non-refundable. However they can be exchanged for a $3/ticket fee. Season ticket holders are exempt from this fee.

In the event that you are not able to attend our show and you notify us 24 hours in advance, your ticket price can be exchanged for a tax deductible contribution.

Maps, Directions, and Parking Information can be found here.