Unwind after work and join us for Summer on the Plaza, a free outdoor concert series at 1801 California in Downtown Denver presented by Arts Brookfield. Enjoy music from rising stars of the regional music scene, featuring the lush, three-part harmonies of rock band Science Partner (July 8), the symphonic-folk-meets-mountain-music sound of Covenhoven (July 15), jazz-Americana duo Max Hatt/Edda Glass (July 22), and the reverb-dripping guitars and boot-stomping train beats of Whiskey Folk (July 29), featuring members of The Congress & Robbie Peoples.
JULY 8: Science Partner
JULY 15: Covenhoven
JULY 22: Max Hatt/Edda Glass
JULY 29: Whiskey Folk (feat. members of The Congress & Robbie Peoples)
Covenhoven (Symphonic Folk)
Covenhoven is the moniker of Colorado native musician Joel Van Horne. He began recording and releasing music under this name in late 2013. His first release (self-titled) was a concept album paying tribute to his late grandfather who built the family a log cabin in southern Wyoming, that was later given the name Covenhoven by his father. The record established him around the globe as a promising new voice in folk and indie rock. The follow-up called “The Wild And Free” is set to be released late summer of 2015. His live shows range from intimate and nuanced acoustic performances to epic symphonic experiences, enlisting a large cast of some of the best musicians Colorado has to offer. The ever-growing list of venues and places Covenhoven has played includes Red Rocks Amphitheater, Ogden Theater, and Bluebird Theater in CO, the Hotel Cafe in LA, Rockwood Music Hall in NYC, and De Barra’s in Clonakilty, Ireland.