Skyline Talent & Events, Inc., "Skyline," is a leading, full-service special events design, production and management firm formed in Denver in 1979 by Skye Griffith, CFEE. Under Griffith’s direction, Skyline has designed and produced Colorado's most memorable events, including the Stanley Cup Celebrations in 1996 & 2001 in Civic Center Park, the official Arrival and Departure ceremonies honoring Pope John Paul II and President Bill Clinton, the official Star Wars Celebration (a three-day festival), YABarade, the Young Americans Bank 10th anniversary celebration and parade, The award-winning grand opening of “The Vistas” at Park Meadows Shopping Center, talent production for the grand opening of IKEA’s Centennial site, and multiple community concert series, and other events across the country.
Skyline regularly creates events for the business community, including festivals, employee appreciation parties, galas, product launches, grand openings, sales team motivation events, client hospitality and other client-directed events. Other exemplary clients include Owens-Illinois, Janus Capital, Starz Encore, D R Horton, Oakwood Homes, The Millennium Harvest House Hotel, Kronke Sports, and the Colorado Avalanche.
Services provided by Skyline include complete special event design, production and management, entertainment design, booking and production, and event consulting. The company has produced over 9,000 events in its 32-year history.
Skyline's president and founder, Skye Griffith, CFEE (Certified Festival and Events Executive), regularly consults with other professionals regarding signature events and new event design, taking the event to the next level, and production and management issues. A few of Skyline's consulting clients include the City of Antioch, CA, the Town of Vail, (CO), Portland Rose Festival (OR), Seattle Seafair (WA), City of Aurora (CO), Stockholm Water Festival (Stockholm, Sweden), the Memphis Arts Festival, (TN), and the Million Mom March, Denver Production. All consulting packages are custom-designed in support of the client’s goals and can cover such details as event design, programming, operations, creating the production plan, contracting, promoting the event and other client-requested issues.
Skye Griffith served for six years on the 18-member international board of the International Festivals and Events Association (IFEA) and was the founding president of the Colorado Festivals and Events Association (CFEA). Skye is also a professional speaker and writer on industry issues covering event management, programming, event operations, community event development, etc. After organizing the board for the CFEA, she served for six years and produced the first two annual conventions. She is also a member of the International Special Events Society (ISES) and Visit Denver, Denver’s convention and visitors’ bureau.