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 Our Mission

   To participate in the Denver Area Performing Arts community by providing a venue where music-lovers can gather, socialize and see great acoustic-based singer-songwriters and musicians perform

   To support traveling-through-town performing artists with an environment where they can have an intimate performance with a listening audience

*Note all shows are supported by guest donations to the artist.  All of the guest donations for the artist go directly to the artist.

Upcoming Shows at Crown Hill House Concerts

Masontown - Saturday, October 12th - Doors 6:30



We are excited to announce our show with Colorado Acoustic band, Masontown.  

Doors at 6:30 and Show begins at 7:30

A new and enchanting sound has emerged from the hotbed of the Colorado roots music scene. Masontown, a young band with a concept as timeless as the Rocky Mountains, has alighted onto a bluegrass community that has already produced some of the best that the acoustic music world has to offer. But Colorado, and the wider world of modern music, hasn’t quite heard this yet.

Masontown’s sound is a exciting take on the American acoustic tradition. At once fresh and familiar, the group unites the sounds of bluegrass, old-time, folk, and new acoustic music into a sonic melting pot that hearkens back to our deep musical traditions while remaining defiantly modern in conception.

This show is by reservation request only.  There are no walk ups the day of the show.  Seats are a suggested artist donation of $20 per seat and all donations go directly to the band, Masontown.  The show takes place in our private residence located in the Morse Park, Lakewood neighborhood near Crown Hill Park.  Please submit your request below and you will be contacted with further show details.

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Crown Hill House Concerts has put on over 45 shows and is formerly Highlands House Concerts

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