Kick off the holiday season in style at The Brown Palace Hotel and Spa's 31st Annual Champagne Cascade on Sunday, November 18. Enjoy live entertainment provided by John Kite Quartet
Kick off the holiday season in style at The Brown Palace Hotel and Spa’s 31st Annual Champagne Cascade on Sunday, November 18. Enjoy live entertainment provided by John Kite Quartet from 10 am to 2 pm. The ceremony begins in the Atrium at noon.
This year will mark the first ticketed event in the Champagne Cascade’s celebrated history. All proceeds will benefit Historic Denver. This organization continues a rich tradition of extraordinary citizen effort to save historic icons in Denver it all started with the Molly Brown House.
Atrium viewing starts from 4th floor, and will go up to the 7th floor. The sabering starts at Noon. Tickets for the atrium celebration experience are limited and are $20.00 per Adult and $15.00 for Children 12 and under. Viewing positions are on a first come first serve basis and doors will open at 10 am. Make a Sunday of it and have an exceptional brunch at Ellyngton’s.
The Brown Palace will also offer a VIP viewing section on the Mezzanine Level of the atrium. This is an exceptional experience rich in tradition. The exclusive viewing location includes hors d’oeuvres, beer, wine, VIP photo and of course the best views of the Cascade. Priced at $150 per person, this location is best for adults. Space in this area is extremely limited. Tickets can be reserved by calling 303.297.3111.
To purchase Atrium tickets and for more information visit http://bit.ly/ChampagneCascade2018
For more details about celebrating the holiday season at The Brown Palace Hotel and Spa, visit: www.brownpalace.com/holidays
About Historic Denver:
As one of the nation’s premier non-profit urban historic preservation organizations, Historic Denver, Inc. works to protect and promote Denver’s historic places. Through technical assistance, grant funds and easement donations, Historic Denver invests in our community and neighborhoods, heightening awareness of our architectural heritage and educating and empowering neighborhoods to positively affect quality changes in our developing city. Almost five decades into our journey, we continue to advocate for Denver’s identity as a city that remembers and respects its past as it plans for the future.
(Sunday) 12:00 pm - 12:00 pm
The Brown Palace Hotel and Spa, Autograph Collection
321 17th St