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Events > Saturday, May 27, 2017

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Denver Day of Rock

Take advantage of your three-day weekend by checking out this block party concert featuring five stages of rockin' music acts. The free festival features 25 bands and solo performers, including Denver blues rockers Taylor Scott Band and country singer Cam. Proceeds from VIP tickets benefit Amp the Cause, an organization that supports 50 youth-focused nonprofits in the…

Memorial Day Run & March

Celebrate Memorial Day by testing your military-style grit on this 30-kilometer trek in honor of U.S. veterans. You’ll carry 25 pounds of nonperishable foods in a backpack and march the course alongside veterans, current military personnel, and other civilians. At the finish line, the food you carry will be collected and donated to the Douglas/Elbert Task Force…

Hygge Dinner

“Hygge” is the Danish word for cozy, and that’s the perfect way to describe the atmosphere at this intimate dinner party. Relax on a sheepskin-clad bench at a communal dinner table as Kevin Grossi (the executive chef for the Regional) cooks a five-course meal over an open fire. On the menu is a whole grilled Colorado…

Beyond Burger Traveling Pop-Up

Thanks to this pop-up burger bar, you can count on eating at least one plant-based meal this weekend. Boulder husband-and-wife chefs Ryan and Lindsay Cunningham will serve a healthy lunch of Beyond Meat vegan burgers, RollingGreens millet tots, and Health-Ade carrot-blood orange kombucha ($8). Proceeds benefit Metro Caring, a Denver nonprofit organization that provides hunger relief to low-income…

The Pressed Conference

There's no better way to celebrate Colorado Cider Week than with a festival dedicated to Centennial State (and other Mountain West) cider makers. Dozens of vendors—including Denver's Colorado Cider Company and C Squared Ciders as well as Grand Mesa's Snow Capped Cider—will share refreshing apple-flavored bevvies for you to taste. After sampling a few crisp drinks, relax in a…

Ride the Cog

Outside of Steamboat Springs lies a cog road—an old-fashioned dirt path used for transporting wheeled vehicles—that cyclists have been riding on for more than 100 years. Follow their (metaphorical) wheel tracks on a 30-mile paved and gravel route, a 26-mile trail, or a five-mile paved “fun ride” downtown.

Colorado Remembers

Honor those who are serving—and those who have sacrificed for—our country at this Memorial Day concert. Watch a ceremony in front of the Colorado Freedom Memorial monument, etched with the names of the more than 6,000 Colorado service members who were killed or are missing in action. Featuring a moving performance of patriotic songs by…