Beloved festivals, unique cultural events & live music return to The Mile High City
This fall, many of the top culinary, cultural and music offerings that help make Denver, Colorado a coveted destination are back, creating plenty to see and do in The Mile High City’s thriving urban center. As the premier cultural destination in the Rocky Mountain region, Denver Art Museum will unveil a $150 million renovation to its campus alongside the premiere of Whistler to Cassatt: American Painters in France, the first comprehensive examination of France’s stylistic impact on American painting from 1855-1913. Denver Center for the Performing Arts will bring live theater back to Denver in October; and live music venues including Red Rocks Amphitheatre and Mission Ballroom have exciting fall lineups. Several culinary festivals will return to highlight Denver’s foodie and craft beverage scene, from Denver Beer Week to Denver BBQ Festival to the 51st Annual Denver Oktoberfest. And several new hotels – from boutique properties to luxury brands – will open downtown in the coming months, in addition to a few that have already opened this year. Click here for more information.