Christmas music soothes the soul, and there's a new way to enjoy it in Denver this year.

A series of unique candlelight classical Christmas concerts are here in the Mile High City, courtesy of Fever. These concerts have been held worldwide to great reviews and now Denver music lovers can get in on the act just in time for the holidays.

The Fever Originals Candlelight series events will take place at Mile High Station and feature classical music played in an intimate candlelit setting by classically trained musicians. The event is described as a “remarkable multi-sensory musical experience in which you will enjoy classical music in awe-inspiring venues.”

There are several options to experience this unique concert event:

  • "Candlelight: Featuring Mozart, Bach, and Timeless Composers" on November 14 and 15
  • "Candlelight: Winter Classics Featuring Vivaldi and More" on November 20 and throughout December
  • "Candlelight: 250 Years of Beethoven at Mile High Station" on November 24, 25, and 30.
  • "Candlelight: Classical Christmas Featuring Tchaikovsky" throughout December.

There are shows planned all the way into summer 2021, so if you can't make one of the holiday shows, there will be plenty more opportunities to grab tickets. Learn more about all the options and shows and buy tickets here.

Check out this video of a concert in May from Candlelight to get an idea of what the experience will be like:

There will be two shows held every concert date, with back-to-back, hour-long performances. Doors will open half an hour before showtime, no late entry permitted.

The candles are all flameless candles, so no one needs to worry about fires or smoke. All spaces will be set up to adhere to social distancing guidelines, and a contactless ticket system is in place. Facemasks will be mandatory at all indoor events; they will be provided for those who do not bring their own. Temperature checks will be conducted at entry, and hand sanitizer stations will be available.

These concerts sound like a perfect romantic date night or a fun experience for the whole family. What do you think about this new classical concert experience here in Denver? Sound off in the comments.