Thursday, March 13, 2008

by way of Cindy and then David (from

Despite Carla Madison's comment that Denver is in danger of becoming a "festival unfriendly town", these folks seem to be forging ahead. I'm not sure how much credibility to give this, since they are not yet listed on the City's "Permitted Events" page.


  1. Anonymous3:07 PM

    From: Scott Nichols []
    Sent: Tuesday, March 25, 2008 12:38 PM
    To: Dennis Smith; Madison, Carla A. - City Council Dist #8; Bader, Stu - Parks & Rec; Kuykendall, Helen - Parks & Rec; Reynolds, Jojo - Parks & Rec; Trujillo, Reyes - DPD;;; Marsh, Juan - Parks & Rec
    Cc: RaeAnn Vincelette
    Subject: Green Apple Festival Updated Info


    I wanted to get you guys the updated info thru today.

    We have announced to the press the three main acts and are waiting final confirmation from the others.

    I met with Carla Madison yesterday and we are trying to set up a meeting on Monday with the neighborhood groups.

    We are meeting with Denver Police tomorrow to discuss the traffic and police plans. I will send an update once I meet with Officer Kevin Smolka tomorrow.

    Thanks for all the feedback and information on your fronts.



    Scott Nichols
    All Phases Production
    1849 Cherry St, Unit 4
    Louisville, CO 80027

    720-304-9006 o
    303-589-8012 c
    720-221-0481 efax

    Green Apple Festival, Sunday April 20th at City Park

    All Phases Production and Green Apple Festival are currently finalizing the following plans and information:


    Speakers and music are scheduled from 1-6 pm, with 3 of the bands playing acoustic sets thru the PA. Confirmed acts are:

    The Neville Brothers (the First Family of Funk and R&B)

    The Benevento/Russo Duo (Progressive jazz/funk favorites)

    Rose Hill Drive (Boulder’s own rock power trio)

performing acoustic


    We are working to acquire the Auraria Campus lot for RTD Busses to shuttle people to the site. We are also working to acquire the East High School parking lot for backup parking in case there is a problem with traffic. Neighborhoods, Zoo, Golf Course and Museum will be signed with NO Festival Parking signs as agreed upon by all parties. All Phases is meeting with the Denver Police tomorrow to discuss traffic and parking regulations for the event.


    We will have advertisements in Westword, the Festival Website, Boulder Weekly and local establishments, all with an emphasis on the “FREE Parking at Auraria Campus lot and RTD busses to the event” messaging. We will have radio campaigns emphasizing the people to Walk, Ride or Take Public Transportation and letting them know about the FREE parking and shuttle from Auraria Campus


    We are working with the Zoo, Park, Police, Museum and Neighborhood Groups to get the information and plans in place for the traffic and parking.




    We are working to develop a plan to ensure that sound levels are in compliance with City noise ordinances and are acceptable to the Denver Zoo.


    All Phases Production, 720.304.9006 o,

    Green Apple Festival,

    Event Coordinator is RaeAnn Vincelette.