Arvada Center Summer Concert Series
The Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities • 720-898-7200 • www.arvadacenter.org
The Center presents its annual Summer Concert Series—an eclectic mix of music presented
outdoors under the dazzling Rocky Mountain skies. Providing an intimate setting where no
audience member is farther than 100 feet from the stage, the Arvada Center hosts 12 concerts
featuring a variety of music styles, from Cajun to western swing and jazz to bluegrass.
CHUN Capitol Hill People’s Fair
Civic Center Park • 303-830-1651 • www.peoplesfair.com
This fair has been celebrating the historic Capitol Hill neighborhood for more than 30 years.
It boasts arts and crafts, food and continuous entertainment.
Colorado Renaissance Festival
I- 25 S., Exit 172 and 173 • Larkspur • 303-688-6010 • www.coloradorenaissance.com
A 16th century village and marketplace is recreated for eight weekends in June and July.
Elephant Rock Cycling Festival
Douglas County Events Center • Castle Rock • 303-282-9020 • www.elephantrockride.com
Held the first Sunday in June, this festival features bike tours of various lengths. Activities begin
with a pre-ride Pasta Power-Up and end in a celebration at The Douglas County Fairgrounds.
Denver Botanic Gardens Summer Concert Series
Denver Botanic Gardens • 720-865-3500 • www.botanicgardens.org
This outdoor concert series is a great way for families to listen to first-class music while
picnicking on the lawn.
Denver International Buskerfest
16th Street Mall • 303-282-5073
More than 30 costumed street performers (buskers) from around the world provide free
performances during this weekend event.
Assumption Greek Orthodox Cathedral • 303-388-9314 • www.assumptioncathedral.org/festival
Denver’s Greek community hosts this three-day celebration, featuring Greek food, live music,
entertainment and gift items.
Five Points Neighborhood • 303-832-3770
This cultural festival commemorates the end of slavery and celebrates African-American history.
Cherry Creek Arts Festival
Cherry Creek North • 303-355-2787 • www.cherryarts.org
This is one of the nation’s largest juried art festivals with great food, music, art shows, painting
classes and hundreds of artists in all mediums, from ceramics, painting and digital art to
jewelry, metalwork, photography and sculpture. The music continues on Saturday and Sunday
until 10 p.m. So grab a cool beverage and spend a hot summer night at Cherry Creek.