30 March 2014

Colorado Sunny Season Activities

As the weather gets warmer, I've found myself thinking about all the things Denver has to offer throughout the spring and summer months. Just in case you need help planing your adventures, here is a list of things I'm most excited about below:

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-Rockies Home Opening Game- I'm not much of a baseball fan, but nothing says Spring like a cold beer and Coors Field. Don't miss the opening game as the Rockies square up against the Arizona Diamondbacks on April 4th.

-Farmers Markets - Denver's Farmer's Markets are full of fresh produce, local business, and great activities. Usually beginning in May, find a market closest to you.

-SnowBall Music Festival- Four stages with over 65 performers, ice sculptures, after parties and more. Sports Authority Field April 4 - 6.

-First Friday Art Walks: Walk the streets of Denver while appreciating all the art this city has to offer, every third Friday in multiple locations.

- Camping - Colorado has so many camping, backpacking, and hiking options to explore in the sunny seasons.

-Denver Chalk Art Festival - A two day street painting festival in the heart of Larimer Square is one of my favorite Denver activities. May 31 - June 1, walk the chalk museum streets.

-Telluride Bluegrass Festival - June 19 - 22 make your way up to the San Juan Mountains for camping, bluegrass, and fun. What better way to celebrate the summer solstice than in the high country of Colorado?

-Old South Pearl Street Concerts - BrewGrass June 14 and Blues and Brews on August 9th are two of my favorite Summer activities.

-Red Rocks Concerts- Nothing says Colorado like an outdoor concert. John Butler Trio, The Avett Brothers, Railroad Earth, Trampled by Turtles, and so much more.

-The Taste of Colorado - Celebrate the end of summer with a food and music festival in Civic Center Park, August 29 - September 1.

What are you most excited for?

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