Lynn Lindstrom is a Blue Knight coordinator for the upcoming Drum Corps World Championships in Denver. Here's what she has to say about INVESCO Field at Mile High, Denver, and sightseeing in Colorado. "We as a Blue Knight group want to go the extra mile to make sure the fans have a great experience and will want to come back to Denver and the Rocky Mountains. One can travel less than a half hour from Denver and be in the Rockies and have the most exciting and wonderful scenery you can imagine. The ski areas are nice in the summer, with extensive floral displays, and the stores don't close up. Prices aren't bad in the summer if you would like to spend a few extra days in the mountains. "There are a lot of things to do in the area, such as rafting the Arkansas River, hiking, horseback riding, biking, visiting the ski towns, or taking a tour of the Air Force Academy and the Coors and Budweiser breweries. There is no humidity in the summer. "There's great nightlife downtown along the 16th St. mall, which is several blocks long. It's alive and positive. "The venue here at INVESCO Field at Mile High is one of the newest in the country. Both viewing and acoustics are wonderful ... no matter how high up you go, the corps sound great. The people who run this place are super and accommodating. There is lots of parking right at the stadium. This stadium has to be along the top half dozen in the world."
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