Purchasing Tickets for Capitol Hill Concerts
Tickets for Capitol Hill Concerts are sold online at Brown Paper Tickets. Tickets may also be purchased at First Unitarian Denver (1400 N. Lafayette St. in Denver) on Sunday mornings around 11:15 – 11:30 am through October 2nd.
Individual Concert Ticket Prices
- $20 Advanced General Admission
- $25 Day-of-show General Admission
- $10 Students 13 & up with a valid student ID
- Youth 12 and under are free!
Season Tickets & Sponsorships
See all four of our fabulous concerts this year, and save $10 when you purchase Season Tickets. Or, consider a Capitol Hill Concerts Sponsorship. Sponsorships are a great way to support local musicians, nonprofit organizations, and First Unitarian Denver at a higher level. All Sponsors receive a free CD from one of our four artists, and will be invited to attend our Sponsor Soirée on April 29th at 6 pm; this reception will include hors d’oeuvres & beverages, as well as an exclusive solo performance by violinist Edward W. Hardy. Season Tickets and Sponsorships are available through October 8th, and tickets are transferable.
- $70 Season Tickets – attend all four concerts, save $10
- $120 Individual Sponsorship – attend all four concerts, receive a CD from one of our four artists, and attend our Sponsor Soirée on April 29th!
- $200 Bring-a-Friend Sponsorship – receive two tickets to each concert, a CD from one of our four artists, and attend our Sponsor Soirée on April 29th!
- For the safety of our community, proof of vaccination is required for all patrons.
- Masks are optional but highly encouraged for those who might have been exposed, might be at higher risk for severe illness, or have weakened immune systems.
- If proof of vaccination cannot be provided, patrons will be asked to wear a mask.
- Proof of vaccinations can be a hard copy or digital picture of your vaccination card, myColorado digital vaccine record, or State Authorized Immunization Records.
- We encourage all patrons to continue making responsible decisions about their health, and ask you to stay home if you are sick or not feeling well.