It's time to put away the puffy jackets and pull out the flip flops (or more likely Birkenstocks). It's Springtime in Colorado! We've got festivals, theater, concerts, and more! The masks have been ripped off and it's time to go enjoy each other's company once again.
What are we going to be up to this Spring? Likely taking in a few of these fun activities.
April 8th - Opening Day! A yearly reminder that Spring is here. Come on down to Coor's Field and watch the Rockies take on the Los Angeles Dodgers for the first game of the season. Get Tickets Here
Photo Courtesy of KRDO
April 14 - Nov 24th - The Art of Banksy - After 5 years of vacancy, The Denver Sports Castle is getting a new tenant this month. Arguably, the most intriguing and talked-about artist in modern history, Banksy. On display are prints, canvasses, screenprints, sculptures, unique works, and limited-edition pieces mainly dated between the years 1997 to 2008, the period which resulted in Banksy’s most recognizable and well-known works. The interesting thing is that no one knows for sure who Banksy even is. Don't miss this amazing exhibit.
Courtesy of Street Art Bio
Right Now! Red Rocks Concerts! Finally, a full lineup. Here are a few worth checking out...
4/19 - Ice Cube & Cypress Hill
4/30 - Sublime
5/11 - Stevie Nicks
5/22 - Trey Anastasio (of Phish)
6/9 - Brit Floyd
6/16 - Chicago & Brian Wilson
7/5 - Lyle Lovett & Chris Isaak
7/13 - The Black Keys
8/11 - Bonnie Raitt
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The theater is back! Rip those masks off and come on down for an evening of live performance. Here are a few to check out at the Denver Center for Performing Arts.
Now - 5/1 - The Other Josh Cohen
3/29 - 4/10 - Tootsie
4/15 - 4/17 - Jersey Boys
5/13 - 6/12 - Quixote Nuuvo
5/9 - 5/26 - Moulin Rouge
courtesy of 303 Magazine
Take in a Festival. Denver has no lack of gatherings based around booze, BBQ, chocolate, pancakes, bunnies, and Tiny Houses.
Off the Beaten Path, Things to do...
Relax at the Beer Spa - Beer? Check. The ultimate relaxation? Double-check. Welcome to The Beer Spa, where you can soak away your worries, have them massaged out in zero gravity chairs, and sample a wide variety of Colorado’s craft brews all in one visit.
Courtesy of the Beer Spa
Immerse Yourself in Art - Absolute fan-favorite, interactive exhibit Meow Wolf is still alive and well at Convergence Station, and you’re encouraged to go if you haven’t yet (or revisit if you have). But stepping freshly onto the scene is the Immersive Frida Kahlo exhibit, newly unveiled at Lighthouse Artspace. Wander through the light and color of two of the most mesmerizing exhibits to grace Denver and maybe learn a thing or two while you’re at it.
Courtesy of Non Plus Ultra
Do you have anything planned this Spring that's not on this list? Let us know in the comments.Posted by Neil Walton on