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Yoga Day at Coors Field

Expand your baseball-lover's yoga practice beyond the seventh-inning stretch. Before the Rockies face the Milwaukee Brewers in the evening, you can take to the field in the morning for an hour-long ohm session taught by Kindness Yoga instructors Cheryl Deer and Patrick Harrington. Bring your own mat, and don't forget to return for the game. —Photo…

Denver Oktoberfest

Denverites love beer—so much that our fair city pours twice as many kegs as any other Oktoberfest in the country. Come armed with your stein (and clothed in traditional lederhosen or dirndl) so you can prost to 500,000 of your closest friends at this raucous German festival. If you’re a beer fanatic, opt for the…

Kyle’s Brew Fest

Beer aficionado Kyle Hollingsworth, the keyboardist for the popular Boulder band String Cheese Incident, invites you to a private performance where you can taste brews, bites, and ice cream. New this year, Kyle's Heady Yeti Caramel Heath is made with Great Divide Brewing Co. Yeti Stout, Sweet Cow ice cream, caramel, and Heath toffee chunks.…
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Great Divide Summer Block Party

If the city creates a new urban park and you don't christen it with a cold craft brew, is it even really there? This fête celebrates Ballpark's latest green space with a long roster of Great Divide brews (including Denver Pale Ale, Titan, and Yeti), lawn games, and live music from Kitty Crimes and the Still…


Love metal but hate the scream-singing style favored by many performers in the genre? Drawing influences from punk and classical music, this quartet from Illinois delivers aggressive instrumental melodies and hardcore guitar licks—but without the wailing.

Zac Brown Band

These Georgia country rockers played their first major concert at Coors Field two years ago. Now the group is back to share their songs on the Rockies home field. The eight-man band famous for “Colder Weather,” their wistful song about a lost love in Colorado, will show off its signature harmonies and fiddle solos to…

Spring Sacrifice

This boundary-pushing play focuses on a rural Oklahoma town where young boys sacrifice themselves to the mysterious Spirit of Spring every year as a rite of passage. Local playwright Rhea Amos's story follows one young man who chooses to defy tradition and stay alive. Put on by Pandemic Collective, a Denver troupe dedicated to horror theater, the visceral production also features…

New Kids on the Block Beer Festival

At this sudsy, ’80s-themed party, celebrate nearly 20 of the newest arrivals to Colorado’s craft beer scene. Breweries such as Bierstadt Lagerhaus, Banded Oak Brewing Company, and Call to Arms Brewing Company will pour their two best brews. Make sure to dress up in your best ’80s attire for a chance to win a swag…

You Are Reminded that Your Safety is Your Own Responsibility

In this hilarious one-woman show, writer and performer Jana Goodwin describes several near-death experiences she has faced in the American West. After confronting furious weather, wildlife, and her own emotional issues, she takes comfort in knowing she's part of the natural world. This comedic performance will encourage audience members to ponder their own incredible survival stories.

Lazo Empanadas

The fresh-out-of-the-oven empanadas at this spot are irresistable. The most popular flavor of the Argentine stuffed pastry is the traditional ground beef variety, served with a chimichurri sauce.

Aloy Modern Thai

This Ballpark spot is bringing in fresh, local ingredients to create modern Thai dishes. Stick with small plates like the tartare tuna or the smoked Verlasso salmon, which is served in a jar with Asian pear, yuca chips, and orange aïoli.

Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox

This Edible Beats restaurant features quirky design details and a stage for live music. The "gastro-brothel" menu encompasses globally inspired pub fare like flatbreads, small plates, and stone-fire skillets. Try the green chile cornbread with goat cheese.

Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

This watering hole offers a vintage-inspired vibe and a menu curated by Old Major's Justin Brunson. Wash down your burger or fried chicken with one of 95 whiskeys.

Marquis Pizza

This Ballpark pizza joint keeps it simple with a menu featuring four signature pizzas and a build-your-own option in addition to salad and a calzone. Drop in for lunch or late night and share a pie with friends. Try the Charlie loaded with pepperoni, mushroom, onion, tomato, and fresh basil.

Butcher’s Bistro

The New American menu at this spot focuses on whole animals, seasonal ingredients, and local products. Try the Butcher Burger prepared to order with toppings that change daily and sip on the Old Butcher—a variation on an Old Fashioned using Colorado spirits.


This traditional Japanese eatery offers a raw bar of sashimi and nigiri, six styles of ramen, and a variety of small plates. Order some Kobe beef from the bincyo-tan Japanese charcoal grill.

The Curtis Club

This cozy eatery serves up unique gastropub-style fare—like saffron risotto croquettes and bison Bolognese—made with local and sustainable ingredients.

Viewhouse (Ballpark)

This is your place to catch the game and enjoy a variety of bar bites, from burgers and hot dogs to steak. Watch your favorite sports team while enjoying a draft beer and a plate of nachos, or catch a view of the city from the rooftop bar. Try the latest location in Littleton.

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