Colorado Music Hall of Fame is proud to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month this year with our first-ever bilingual exhibits at The Hall’s museum at Red Rocks Trading Post. Come visit the museum, which is free and open 363 days a year.
Here are some other ways to engage in Hispanic Heritage Month in Colorado:
Tune in to KUVO (89.3 Denver, 89.7 Breckenridge) on Sundays during Hispanic Heritage Month—or any month. From 8 am – 5 pm, the station’s programs include: La Nueva Voz, Canción Mexicana, La Raza Rocks, Salsa Con Jazz. And every Friday night from 8 pm to 10 pm is KUVO’s Latin Soul Party.
Dance in the streets at the Larimer Sessions all month: on October 1st with Machu Linea bringing electronic dance to the Square; on October 22nd with DJ Cyn, spinning Latin-inspired house/dance music; and on October 29th for Fiesta Finale ft. Los Mocochetes, a Xicanx/Funk band. Larimer Sessions are free, Saturdays through October from 6 pm – 8 pm at Larimer Square in Downtown Denver.
Visit the Denver Art Museum’s “Who Tells a Tale Adds a Tail: Latin America and Contemporary Art,” a multi-media exhibition of millennial-generation artists that includes painting, video, sound, digital and performance art, sculpture and textile. Through March 5, 2023, included in regular museum admission.
Congratulations to the sixth annual Latin Beats: Sonidos de las Américas for their upcoming sold-out show! In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month and the Latin culture’s influence on sound in the Americas, the Mexican Cultural Center and the Colorado Symphony present this free concert, showcasing a fusion of traditional, classical, and contemporary music. This year’s show, scheduled for October 6th is already sold-out, but look for it again next year!