Every city livens up during times of festivities, and so does Denver. Now, it is the very right time to be a part of a myriad of events from live performances, theatre, tours, dance performances, comedy shows, and much more! You are now hopping into some of the most buzz-worthy and promising events in Denver’s art and culture news.
Why is Denver buzzing?
Since the easing of COVID-19 lockdown curfews in the city of Denver, it is slowly gearing to return to its former liveliness, however, with still a little bit of caution. The city will see various festivals and events in the upcoming months that will bring people together and provide much-needed exposure to artists and a market to buyers.
What are the different events that will brace the city of Denver?
The Cherry Creek Arts Festival
The coveted and annual Cherry Creek Arts Festival returns to the city at the Labor Day weekend on September 4, 5, and 6. This festival, which is non-profit and art servicing, gives access to a diverse array of art forms in the unique Cherry Creek North neighborhood of Colorado.
Various local artists will gather here with their collection of fine art. The festival usually sees an attendance of about 300,000+. The market will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on the weekends between the First and Fourth Avenues and the Logan and Sherman streets.
It is an immersive art event for people of all ages. Patrons of the festival have created this unique opportunity for the local artists to meet various people from around the country, even across the world, and sell them their art.
Art Students League of Denver organizes the market, and the sales of the tickets fund the League’s operations. Tickets cost $5 for adults and are free for children.
Their education mission helps over 20,000 Coloradans annually and close to 46,000 local students.
In-person Broadway Shows in DCPA
The Denver Center has released the 2021-22 plans for the theatre Company, Broadway, Cabaret, and Off-Center seasons.
Live performance is coming back to DCPA. The DCPA will inaugurate the season with the performance of “A Christmas Carol” in the Wolf Theater, which has been recently renovated and features 30 shows.
It will also launch Disney’s “The Lion King” starting on December 2, 2021.
Other popular shows like – “Hamilton”, “My Fair Lady”, “Tootsie”, “Moulin Rouge”, “Mean Girls”, “Pretty Woman: The Musical”; are also slated for the show.
46th Breckenridge Gathering at the Great Divide Art Festival
This festival will take place from September 4-6 at Colorado Mountain College. It is one of the longest-running art festivals in the country. Entry is free, and artists from across the country gather to display their original works of art.
The Rino Showcase Music & Arts Festival
The RiNo Showcase Music and Arts Festival will fall out on September 5, 2021, at Number Thirty-Eight, 3560 Chestnut Place, Denver.
Starting at 12 p.m. and ticket prices at $20 per person, this event will feature musical acts and over 50 visual artists, live painters, and artisans.
There will be no time to get bored in Denver, as the city is always bustling with life and culture. Once you become a part of any of it you will surely enjoy every moment of the event and dive into the beautiful ocean of unique cultures.