August 9 - September 27

 Empathy Museum: A Mile In My Shoes

The 2019 Biennial of the Americas Festival, in partnership with Riverfront Park Community FoundationRandom Acts of Kindness Foundation, and I Am Denver, will launch Empathy Museum’s “A Mile in My Shoes” exhibition on August 9 in Tail Tracks Plaza (on 16th Street between Wewatta Street and Wynkoop Street).


This traveling, one-of-a-kind, participatory exhibition allows participants to literally walk in someone else’s shoes while listening to a story about that person’s life. From a Syrian refugee sex worker, to a war veteran and neurosurgeon, the stories housed in this shoebox invite participants on a journey of empathy that explores our shared humanity and inspires deep, lasting mental impressions that persist well after the physical mile is traversed.

Thursday, August 29

Levitt Pavilion Denver / BOTA Summer Concert Series: Wild River with the Copper Children

Join us at Levitt Pavilion Denver for the final concert in our Summer Concert Series featuring Canadian group Wild Rivers with The Copper Children. This event is FREE and fun for the whole family!

Friday, September 27


Ozomatli, the six-piece band that mixes Latin, hip hop, and rock music together under the influence of salsa, jazz, funk, reggae, and rap, brings their eclectic music style to the Newman Center for the first time. Twice-honored with Grammys for Best Latin Rock/Alternative Album, Ozomatli is presented by the Newman Center in partnership with the Biennial of the Americas Festival.

Saturday, September 28


Featuring original all-children's music, OzoKidz is the innovative and lively family version of Ozomatli! With hits like Moose on the Loose and Like It's Your Birthday, children and adults can rock out together at this family-friendly matinee performance. OzoKidz is a special presentation presented in partnership with Denver's Fifth Biennial of the Americas Festival