Open Music Sessions February | with Amy Goodman and 2MX2

Join us for a very special Open Music Sessions, this First Friday in April!

Amy Goodman, host and executive producer of Democracy Now!, will be kicking-off her 2017 "Covering the Movements Changing America" here in Denver with a benefit for Denver Open Media and KFFR 88.3 FM, two of Colorado's top non-profit media organizations.

Goodman will deliver a keynote next door at Su Teatro at 7:30pm, followed by an after-party at 700 Kalamath featuring musical performances from2MX2 and Lolita and the hilarious stylings of local comedian Cody Spyker, live in Studio A, 8:45 - 10:00pm! 

Amy's talk will be streaming live upstairs at 700 Kalamath and on Denver Open Media channel 57 and 881 on Comcast https://www.denveropenmedia.org/livestream_57. But you can see her in-person at Denvers historic Su Teatro Cultural and Performing Arts Center: 721 Santa Fe Drive Denver, CO 80204. 

Friday April 7th, 7:30PM

Tickets:
$FREE Open Music Sessions, including Amy Goodman Livestream
$25 General Admission
$100 VIP tickets includes reception with Amy Goodman (6:30-7:30pm), a copy of her new paperback, Democracy Now!: 20 Years Covering the Movements Changing America, and preferred seating at the talk . This reception will be held a very short distance from Su Teatro, address given with ticket purchase confirmation.

Tickets can be purchased online at this link:
http://amygoodmandenver.brownpapertickets.com/

Amy will host a book signing and after party (free admission) next door at The Open Media Foundation, 700 Kalamath St, enter on 7th Ave between Santa Fe and Kalamath just around the corner from Su Teatro!

Local Music - Local Comedy - Local Food - Local Fun

FREE AND ALL ARE WELCOME TO THE VIEWING AND AFTER PARTY AT OMF!

This event is being held during the First Friday Art Walk in Denvers Art District on Santa Fe http://www.artdistrictonsantafe.com/ Parking is very limited on First Friday, so consider public transportation. RTDs #1 bus stops at the nearest corner, and the Osage & 10th Ave light rail stop is 0.7 miles distant, about a 10-minute walk.