10 MILE MU­SIC HALL OPENS IN FRISCO

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In fall 2017, UAF part­nered with Re­Imag­in­ing Arts World­wide to bring more than 30 lo­cal and in­ter­na­tional artists to Den­ver to paint the ex­te­rior walls of Ea­gle­ton, Cow­ell and Fairview el­e­men­tary schools. The UAF: En­gage/RAW part­ner­ship was ex­tended in 2018 to in­clude Gar­den Place and Chel­tenham el­e­men­tary schools, Arts & Venues said. A full list of this year’s grantees and a map of projects is avail­able at art­sand­v­enues­den­ver.com. Frisco has a high­tech new venue that ad­dresses the de­mand for a cen­tral­ized mu­sic hub in town — and claims to be the high­est­el­e­va­tion, year­round venue in the coun­try. From Oct. 30­31, 10 Mile Mu­sic Hall will cel­e­brate its grand open­ing at 710 Main St. with shows from Left­over Salmon, part of an esti­ mated 100 shows per year that will in­clude acts The In­fa­mous String­dusters, Tab Benoit, Los Lonely Boys and Big Sam’s Funky Na­tion.

The 7,500­square­foot hall will also host non­profit fundrais­ers, theater and com­edy, with a rooftop deck over­look­ing the Ten­ mile Moun­tain Range suit­able for wed­dings, own­ers said. The venue plans to of­fer a drink­or­der­ing app that alerts cus­tomers when their or­der is ready, smart­phone charg­ing sta­tions, and wa­ter­bot­tle re­fill sta­tions.

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