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Tonight's big attraction, however, is the World's Largest Music Lesson. Last year, Film on the Rocks attempted to break the Guinness World Record for the World's Largest Guitar Lesson. This year, they're going even further; guitars, of course, are welcome, but so are kazoos, bongos, banjos and anything else you can charm a note from. The String Cheese Incident's Bill Nershi, among other celebrities, will help lead the lesson. Participants will learn two simple songs, followed by a Red Rocks concert unlike any other -- where more music is emanating from the audience than the stage.
Comedian Sam Adams will be on hand to make jokes; there will also be giveaways such as Xbox 360 T-shirts and two round-trip tickets from Southwest Airlines. And when the sun sets, audience members will be treated to Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade on the big screen.
Tickets are $10 and are available in advance at any King Soopers location or at www.denverfilm.org.