8 Things to Do in Denver This Weekend, That Don't Totally Suck

May 24, 2019

It's a long weekend, so we're giving you a list of stuff to do for FOUR whole days! You are so very welcome.


4 Noses Brewery 5 Year Anniversary

One of Colorado's best and most awarded craft breweries is celebrating five years with a few beer releases, food trucks and live music. How very CO of them!

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Improv at the Grafenberg

Well rehearsed theater is great, but sometimes winging it can be a lot fun! Friday night at the Grafenberg you can catch one (or more) of their improv-style productions for a one-of-a-kind laugh!

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Denver Day of Rock

This is the only day of the year you'll find locals voluntarily heading to the 16th st. Mall, and there's good reason! A whole day of free live music means one epic street party.

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Memorial Weekend Tribute at the Colorado Freedom Memorial

This weekend bears great significance to those who have lost friends and family members as they defended our country. A tribute will take place at the Colorado Freedom Memorial in Aurora on Saturday. Bring a chair, as there is plenty of space for lawn seating.

More info here.

REI Boathouse Grand Opening

REI is opening a brand new boathouse in Cherry Creek State park. Kayaks, canoes, paddle boards and pedal boats will all be available to rent. So now that thw wether is finally on our side, pop on down and paddle out!

More info here.


Denver Arts Festival

Stapleton Greens will host the best of the local art scene for the 21st annual Denver Art's Festival. Enjoy live music, art and grab food and drinks at this family-friendly event.

More info here.

Don's Sausage Fest

Don's is a dive bar staple on 6th Ave in Cap Hill. If you've never been, don't wait for Sausage Fest, just got now. Stick around for free hot dogs (while supplies last) on Sunday. Also, bring quarters for Buck Hunter!

More info here.


Boulder Beer Bazaar

There is a LOT going on in Boulder on Monday, join in on the fun! From the Bolder Boulder, to the Boulder Creek Festival, and of course, the Boulder Beer Bazaar! Entrance to the festival and bazaar is free, but you'll have to buy food and drink tickets. Get there early and maybe you can cheer on some runners!

More info here!