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One of the "Five Nonprofits Making a Difference in Colorado" 

            -Boulder Lifestyle Magazine


The Future Arts Foundation is a federally recognized nonprofit organization. Our mission is to improve communities through arts, music, and environmental programs.


How do we accomplish this goal? We host the annual Bluebird Music Festival, a concert series, and other cultural events. Proceeds from these events provide Colorado schools with instruments and allow us to host free youth arts workshops to the children of Colorado teachers and first responders.


We supply dozens of schools each year with the musical instruments & art supplies they cannot afford to purchase themselves.

Some of the recent schools and organizations we've supported include:

The Juniper School

Casey Middle School

Byers Elementary

Columbine Elementary

Steele Elementary

Brown International

Aspen Creek Elementary 

Twin Peaks Academy

Nederland Elementary

University Hill Elementary

Fairview High School

Telluride Elementary

Salida Del Sol Academy

Timberline K-8

Birch Elementary

Lafayette Elementary

Mead Elementary

Flatirons Elementary

Cole Middle School

Ryan Elementary School

Rocky Mountain Elementary

Tavelli Elementary

Community Montessori - Boulder

Longmont Estates Elementary

Berthoud Elementary

Monarch K-8

Black Rock Elementary

Tinker Art Studio...

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Bluebird Music Festival

The Bluebird Music Festival is a weekend long series of performances at the historic Macky Auditorium in Boulder. The days are broken up into a main evening event and a family friendly afternoon events. Past performers include Jim James, Gregory Alan Isakov, Margo Price, Waxahatchee, Colin Meloy of The Decemberists, The Lone Bellow, Jade Bird, Molly Tuttle, City And Colour, Neyla Pekarek, The Tallest Man on Earth, Langhorne Slim, Paul Hoffman of Greensky Bluegrass, Jonathan Russell and Josiah Johnson of The Head & The Heart, Paper Bird, members of Yonder Mountain String Band, Elephant Revival, and many more.

Disaster Relief 

Recently, FAF provided over 500 musical instruments to the survivors of the Marshall Fire who not only lost their instruments, but their homes. We will continue to assist in these times of need for our Colorado communities. 

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