Our ministry partners at Project Worthmore are hosting The First Harvest Music Festival that will take place on Saturday, June 22nd at DeLaney Community Farm, a 5-acre farm that supports refugees through an intensive educational program, sustainable agriculture, and community building. The evening will feature live music from Esmé Patterson, Bluebook, Hunter Burnette, and Taylor Maxwell & the Changing Tide. There will be a variety of food trucks, craft beverages, and treats for the whole family.
This annual summer event honors the increasingly-significant World Refugee Day, and is a chance to support year-round work that directly impacts the lives of Colorado refugees. All proceeds from this event will support programming for Denver-area refugees.
Under One Roof is a financial sponsor of this event
Join us on Project Worthmore's refugee training farm for a family friendly evening of music, food and fun! Doors open at 3:30 so show up early to get great spot on the lawn.
Each ticket gets one free drink or scoop of ice cream. You can chose from any of our great partners: Great Divide, Stem Cider, Peak to Peak, Goldpost Brewing, Upstart Kombucha or Little Man Ice Cream.
Come hungry! There will be food trucks on site available for you: Empanadas on Wheels, Farmer Joe's Food Truck, Uncle Dave's BBQ, Saba's Ethiopian Food and Chibby Wibbitz Sliders.
Bring the entire family! We will have face painting, popcorn and yard games availalbe (or you can bring your own)!
Schedule of days events:
- 3:30 Doors Open
- 4:30 Hunter Burnette
- 5:30 Bluebook immersive barn performance
- 6:15 Taylor Maxwell and The Changing Tide
- 7:45 Esme Patterson
- 9:00 Event Ends
What To Bring
A water bottle (please help us cut down on the trash we produce at this event and bring a refillable water bottle - we’ll have plenty of H2O from our friends at Eldorado)
Sunscreen/a hat/etc. (it is summer in Colorado, after all. That sun can be no joke!)
A picnic blanket/folding chair
A FRIEND! Walk ups are welcome, so bring a friend, let’s create community and show solidarity with our refugee neighbors together!
A credit car or some cash for food trucks and suggested drink donations.
What Not To Bring
Your furry friends (unfortunately no animals are allowed on this historic property)
Valuables (bring a credit card or some cash for extra goodies, but leave behind other valuables you might not need)
Your printed ticket (We can check you in with just your name - let's save a tree!)
There is ample free parking at the Aurora Municipal Center across the street from DeLaney (15151 E Alameda Pkwy, Aurora, CO 80012). Allow about 10 min to park and walk to the farm! There will be volunteers and signage to guide you!