Hudson Gardens’ concerts have a maximum capacity of 3,250 fans. Our most popular shows sell out fast!
Support local music by supporting local venues! We’re proud to offer a high-energy summer concert series year after year, and we do it all from attracting the artists to organizing day-of concert activities.
Hudson Gardens is a non-profit organization with a mission to encourage people to bond over nature, artistry, health and wellness. When you buy tickets to a concert at Hudson Gardens, you help sustain free garden admission 365 days a year, community programs, outdoor exhibits (including a community apiary), and more.
Concerts at Hudson Gardens are more fun than a night with the babysitter! Children ages four and under are free and do not need a ticket. Children ages five through twelve qualify for child ticket pricing, which varies by concert.
Featured genres have included Classic Rock, Adult Contemporary, R&B, Country, Motown, Southern Rock, Reggae, Rockabilly, Swing, Pop, Funk, New Wave, Jazz, Blues, and Comedy…just to name a few.
Our professional lighting and sound systems provide high-quality acoustics and visuals.
Live music is food for the soul, but don’t forget about dinner! Check back on the day of a concert to see the lineup of scheduled food trucks.
The following items are permitted:
The following items are not permitted:
All concerts are held rain or shine. Hudson Gardens and Altitude Tickets do not offer refunds or rain checks. Please come prepared for Colorado’s changing weather.
Gates open for all concerts at 5:30 pm. Show start times vary by artist, so please check your ticket for the official time. On occasion, gates are held at the artist’s request.
Free parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis at Hudson Gardens. Additional free parking is available nearby, and parking attendants will direct you to the closest spaces. Handicapped parking is available. Reserved parking is available for Hudson Gardens members who have purchased a membership at the Steward level ($275) or higher.
Yes. However, there are no wheelchairs available to rent. Also, transportation to and from the seating area is not provided. Please plan ahead.
Yes; a seating area for patrons with disabilities is located directly in front of the stage (stage left). Space is available for the person with disabilities plus one companion. Please use the main concert entrance off of the main parking lot and proceed to the right after entering the concert gate.
While personal, private use of marijuana is legal in Colorado, it remains illegal to use cannabis in public. This includes all forms of marijuana including vaping and edibles. Please respect this law.
Absolutely! A variety of local food truck vendors will prepare and serve great food throughout the show.
Beer, wine, and bottled water are available for purchase at several locations throughout the amphitheater. All guests may be required to show valid proof of age to purchase alcohol. A maximum of two drinks per person per purchase will be enforced. Hudson Gardens reserves the right to refuse the sale of alcohol to any guest.
Yes, you may bring your own food. Or even better – support a local food truck by checking out the variety of gourmet and fresh food available when you get here!
An ATM is available within the concert area. The venue also accepts credit and debit cards.
Portalets are available at two different locations adjacent to the amphitheater.
Medical staff is available at every concert for medical emergencies.
During the concert, Lost and Found items will be collected at the merchandise table adjacent to the stage. Lost and Found items left at a concert will be moved to our Welcome Center Monday-Sunday 9 am – 5 pm. Unclaimed items will be donated after 30 days.
Member-discounted concert tickets can only be purchased through Altitude Tickets online or at (303) 405-6066 menu option 2. You must use your passcode to receive discounted tickets.
Please contact Guest Services at (303) 797-8565 ext. 389.
Concert sellouts will be announced on this Summer Concert Series webpage and at AltitudeTickets.com. You can also find out whether a concert is sold out by contacting Guest Services at (303) 797-8565 ext. 389.
Children ages four and under are free and do not need a ticket. Children ages five through twelve qualify for child ticket pricing, which varies by concert.
Altitude Tickets will automatically mail your concert tickets to the address provided during your transaction. If you purchased tickets within five days of a concert, your tickets will be placed in Will Call and will be available for pick-up on the day of the concert. The Box Office and Will Call are located in the Hudson Gardens’ Welcome Center, which is adjacent to the main parking lot and is open from 9:00 am to 8:30 pm on concert days only. For questions about your tickets, please contact Altitude Tickets’ Customer Service line at (303) 405-6066, option 2.
Yes, members get special discounts to concerts and first access to tickets before they go on sale to the general public! Discounts increase as your membership level increases. Please visit the membership page to learn more!
Neither Altitude Tickets nor Hudson Gardens refunds or exchanges any 2019 Summer Concert Series tickets. Summer concerts are held rain or shine. For questions or concerns regarding a ticket transaction, please contact Altitude Tickets’ Customer Service line at (303) 405-6066, option 2, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please contact our rental department at (303) 797-8565 ext. 322.
You will receive a unique member promo code that will enable you to purchase concert tickets at the discounted rate. Member-priced concert tickets may be purchased through Altitude Tickets online or at (303) 405-6066 menu option 2. Note that member discounts do not apply towards child tickets.
On sale dates for the upcoming Summer Concert Series will be announced in spring 2019. Tickets will be available for purchase by members prior to the general public.
Promo codes will be issued to current, eligible members via email in March of each year. For new and renewal membership purchases: we will make every effort to process your membership and issue your promo code as quickly as possible. This process may take up to two business days.
You will receive your promo code via email. You can also view your promo code in the member portal. Please follow the directions in the “member portal” section below to access your account.
The email containing your promo code may have been filtered as junk or spam by your email provider. Please check your spam and junk mail folders for an email from email@example.com. You can also retrieve your promo code by logging into your account in the member portal. If you are still experiencing issues, please contact us at (303) 797-8565 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that membership benefits for the Summer Concert Series tickets are valid for one season only. If your membership was used to purchase 2018 concert tickets at the member rate, you will need to renew your membership to receive a 2019 promo code and purchase concert tickets at the member rate.
Contact Altitude Tickets Customer Service at (303) 405-6066 and select option 2. The hours of operation for Altitude Tickets’ Customer Service are Monday through Friday, 8:30 AM – 5 PM and Saturday, 10 AM – 1 PM (closed Sundays).
Yes! The number of discounted tickets you can purchase for each concert is determined by your membership level; however, you can buy additional full-priced tickets during the member-only presale and throughout the season. Limits apply.
Please note that additional ticket purchases beyond the number allowed by your membership must be purchased at full price.
If the number of discounted tickets you order exceeds the number allowed by your membership, Altitude Tickets will contact you to collect the additional payment due and tickets will be shipped after payment has been received. Tickets for which a balance is due will be cancelled if payment is not received within two weeks of being notified that additional payment is due.
Reserved concert parking for members is limited to those at the Benefactor, Sustainer, and Steward levels. Parking permits are mailed to eligible members.
The reserved parking lot for permit holders is located at the Denver Seminary.
A reserved parking permit entitles one motor vehicle to occupy a single parking space in the designated parking area for Hudson Gardens’ 2019 Summer Concert Series.
Reserved parking is available on a first-come, first-served, space-available basis. Possession of a parking permit does not guarantee that a reserved parking space will be available at all times for all registered vehicles. Permit holders are strongly encouraged to arrive early to concerts to utilize reserved parking.
Parking permits are sent via mail and are most often enclosed in membership packets.