The McNichols Project

Thursday, February 19

6:00pm - 10:00pm MST

McNichols Building

144 w Colfax, Denver, CO 80202
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The McNichols Project
McNichols Building
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      Non-Refundable Service Fee $1.74
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Light Years Launch Party

Expect the Unexpected. Overlooking Civic Center Park in Denver’s downtown, the McNichols Civic Center Building is a landmark you’ve probably passed a thousand times. Did you know that inside two open floors serve as the canvas for regional, national and international art shows, cultural events and lively gatherings? 

Still need a reason to check it out?  

Enter The McNichols Project. An all-new event series created by the folks at Denver Arts & Venues and the collective creative genius of partners around the city. The building will be transformed into an experiential journey of the senses – featuring music, art, photography, libations and some unexpected surprises. 

$15 Tickets Now. Limited Capacity. $20 Day of if any tickets remain. 

Your Ticket includes:

  • 3 Drinks including options from 4 Local Breweries (Station 26, Berthoud, Former Future, & Jagged Mountain), Wine and Cocktails
  • Tasty Bites from Catering by Design
  • Live Entertainment with Joe Smith & The Spicy Pickles
  • Captivating Art and Photography Installations
  • High-stakes Drawing
  • And much more… (we can’t tell you, it’s a secret)



Thursday, February 19, 2015

6:00pm - 10:00pm MST
  • McNichols Building

    144 w Colfax, Denver, CO 80202

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