FREE ICE&SNOW HOLIDAY LIGHTING EXHIBITION PRESENTED BY THE MUSEUM OF OUTDOOR ARTS

DECEMBER 3RD – DECEMBER 31ST AT COORS AMPHITHEATRE
Coors Amphitheatre’s inaugural winter public light installation opens December 3rd when the Museum of Outdoor Arts premiers ICE & SNOW, an outdoor holiday lighting extravaganza featuring Art, Light, Music, & Magic. The light display will illuminate and transform the environment of over twenty acres in and around Coors Amphitheatre, Samson Park, & Greenwood Village.

International artist, inventor and showman, Lonnie Hanzon and Hanzon Studios were commissioned to create this unique holiday spectacle, enjoyable for all ages. Lonnie’s background includes working on the Denver Parade of Lights, designing the annual holiday lights and national window displays for Neiman Marcus, and co-designing the largest Christmas display in Hong Kong (“Little Shanghai”).

ICE&SNOW is FREE and open to the public December 3rd – 31st 4pm-10pm. Restrooms, warming areas, and concessions will be available during the exhibition. Coors Amphitheatre is located off of I-25 and Arapahoe Road and is easily accessible by light rail. The new RTD light rail Arapahoe Station is located directly behind the amphitheatre.For more information about ICE&SNOW please visit or call:
ice-snow.net or 303.220.7000

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  1. Blanca

    Hello, My name is Blanca and I was just wondering if this exhibition is going to take place this year again. i will love to take my family from Mexico since they are going to be visiting and I know that it will be a great activity to do together. Can you please let me know.
    Thanky you so much.
    Blanca Pyle.

  2. The Ice + Snow light show and exhibition has been moved to holiday season 2008. This year the name has been changed to Keeper’s Electric Kaleidoscope Show, which is still a light show but with a different theme. Please go to http://www.moaonline.org for more information and specific dates regarding our exhibitions and activities.

    Paul Leitner
    Research Coordinator/Archivist
    Museum of Outdoor Arts