Behind the Scenes: Tiny Tots Venues

Inside the Orchestra is getting ready for Tiny Tots: Ocean Adventure! We’ll be headed to Denver, Adams, and Jefferson Counties in April.

At Tiny Tots, we literally put the audience “inside the orchestra!” Families and school groups sit on the floor, circled by a 30-piece orchestra. We require large spaces with no permanent seating. That means that we hold our programs in some unconventional spaces. Let’s go behind the scenes and find out where you can find us this spring!

For our first Tiny Tots concert April 2, 2024, we are partnering with the Denver Museum of Nature and Science! Their Southeast Atrium is beautiful, with a tall, dramatic ceiling, natural light, and brick floor. When our Ocean Adventure is finished, you can head over to the Wildlife Halls and find out more about underwater creatures! The DMNS is hosting this event, and tickets will be available soon, exclusively on their website here. Museum admission required.

Next, we’ll be at the McNichol’s Civic Center Building on April 6. This building, provided generously by Denver Arts and Venues, this is an amazing space! There are rotating art exhibits, and we utilize all three floors for welcoming audiences, fun activities, and of course, our concerts.

After that, we’ll be headed to the gym at the Parker Fieldhouse in Douglas County on April 7 . We love visiting the Fieldhouse for it’s easy parking, large space, and fun atmosphere. This is our easternmost location for this series.

As you can see, not all music happens in concert halls. However, on April 8, you’ll find us in Boettcher Concert Hall! This is a unique opportunity for our attendees, because the concerts take place on the stage! While we are not affiliated with the Colorado Symphony, we love to visit their concert space!

After that, we’ll be in JeffCO a the Mile Hi Community Church on April 10. This is our westernmost concert for this series, and this great venue boasts easy parking, plenty of room, and natural light! It’s also our only venue this series with carpeted floors. We have been visiting Mile Hi for many years, and look forward to going every spring.

Our last Ocean Adventure concerts will be held on April 13 at the Global Leadership Academy, a Mapleton Public School in Adams County. We are so excited to be here for the first time! This is our northernmost venue for this series. We’ll be performing in the HUGE gym, with unexpected skylights for a great atmosphere. For this show, we’ll have room to spread out and make the concert more manageable for families with sensory sensitivities.

We hope you’ll join us in April for Tiny Tots: Ocean Adventure! You can get tickets here.

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