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What do the Boulder Symphony, Boulder Opera, and Boulder Philharmonic all have in common?

They’ll be bringing amazing talent to the Glen Huntington Bandshell this summer as part of Arts in the Park! To see also : Books: ‘Meet Me by the Fountain’ by Alexandra Lange.

These Signature Performances and more will be held through the end of August as part of the City of Boulder’s Arts and Culture program.

“We were thrilled with our lineup of artists during Arts in the Park,” said event manager Justin Greenstein. “If you haven’t had a chance to join us this summer, our upcoming Signature Performances offer a great opportunity to discover some of our city’s talented outdoor performing groups in Boulders Civic Area.”

Scheduled Arts in the Park performances include:

For information on performing arts and cultural groups, schedule and tickets, visit Tickets can also be purchased in person at the Dairy Arts Center box office or by calling 303-444-7328.

Community members attending a performance should read the FAQs and Rules. As a reminder, pets are not permitted in the Bandshell venue during ticketed events and alcohol is not permitted outside. Food trucks are on site to purchase groceries. In addition, the PLAY Boulder Foundation sponsors the beer and vineyard with proceeds to support parks and recreational programs and spaces around the city.

The city partners with PLAY Boulder Foundation, Visit Boulder, Downtown Boulder and Avery Brewing Company to provide these accessible performances and support several local nonprofits.

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