VETERANS & FIRST RESPONDER'S BENEFIT CONCERT.
JUNE 29, 2019.
A Concert & Spirits Tasting Event to raise funds and awareness for Veterans and families of Fallen First Responders
— The show goes on rain or shine
— No refunds
— No alcohol brought in from the outside
— Limit one lawn chair per person in designated areas (designated chair locations: G/A, Labeled sections in Front ticket section, VIP tent section and Sponsor tent section)
— No reclining chairs, couch pouches or umbrellas please
— Bags will be checked at entry
— No chairs or blankets in the Covered pavilion shelter area. Standing room only
— Limited VIP parking on site (NO Re-Entry in VIP parking)
is now at it's new home. Jefferson County Fairgrounds! Our 5th year promises to be the most successful year at helping our Heroes! Bring your family and friends this year to support our Veterans in being successful at beating Veteran/Military suicide as well as helping the families of our brave Fallen First Responders here in Colorado.
We do this first and foremost to raise awareness and then funds to help these two extremely important causes. The event raises awareness and funds for the American Soldier Network, The Fallen Heroes Foundation and other local non profit organizations.
AND MANY MORE!Prior to the headliners, local bands Straight Six, Lotus Gait, Romero, Jacob Cade, Danny Masters and Rhoar will hit the main stage!
A Special Thanks to All of Our Supporting Charities
To support veterans, military & their families here on the home front. To bridge the gap between America and the Military/Veteran communities. American Soldier Network is a hands-on organization that raises awareness and funding to tackle the psychological and emotional battles affecting veterans on the home front such as PTS, CTE, TBI, homelessness, unemployment and reintegration. The American Soldier Network is a nonprofit corporation with federal tax-exempt status as a public charity under section 501(c ) (3)
When a line of duty death occurs, the Colorado Fallen Hero Foundation can assist, support, and provide resources for a host agency in their effort to serve the deceased officer’s family based on their needs and wishes. Our presence allows agency members to participate in honoring their colleague without the pressure of funeral planning, allowing them an appropriate time to grieve.