This is usually excellent. Last year, if you were standing in the sun, a t-shirt was adequate. I hope this year's weather cooperates also. Scooter on down to Skyline Park downtown and enjoy the concert. After the concert, take a walk or a Mall Ride shuttle up and down the 16th Street Mall to check out the Christmas decorations. You might want to stop by The Denver Store at the Denver Pavilions mall for a last-minute gift. Then ride your scooter to various downtown hotels to step into their lobbies to see their Christmas decorations. Remember, parking a scooter on the sidewalk is free, easy and legal.
The concert will include many dozens of tuba players. Frankly, there is some cheating. "Alto tuba"? C'mon. That's just a brass instrument you decided to name "tuba."
From http://www.denver.org/eventS/detail?e=2548&t=music : Tap your toes to your favorite holiday tunes at the TubaChristmas Concert at Skyline Park. Featuring 300 tuba players from all over the region. Produced by the University of Colorado at Denver’s College of Arts & Media, the TubaChristmas Concert is one of the most celebrated and longest-running holiday festivities in Colorado! Skyline Park from the 16th Street Mall to 15th Street will be decorated in its finest holiday décor and is a perfect setting for this traditional event.