DENVER, Colorado (CelebrityAccess) — The Colorado Music Hall of Fame has completed its move and opened the doors to its new visitor center and museum at the Trading Post at Red Rocks.
“It is tremendously exciting to see how far we’ve come, in just four years, in building the CMHOF,” Chairman Chuck Morris says. “Our thanks goes out to the folks at Comfort Dental and all of our other amazing donors for making it possible to be on the Red Rocks campus."
The museum currently features exhibits that explicate the five CMHOF induction classes and dozens of other Colorado acts and rock history subjects, showcasing memorabilia and kiosks that profile each inductee with bios, photos, audio and video. There are also new static displays and interactive elements. As well, CMHOF’s premier artifact, the John Denver “Spirit” statue, now lives in its new home outside the Trading Post entrance.
The mission of the Colorado Music Hall of Fame, a non-profit organization, is to honor those individuals who have made outstanding contributions, to preserve and protect historical artifacts, and to educate the public regarding Colorado's music legacy. – Staff Writers