Live Music in the Great Hall
During this ongoing summer series, Denverites can hear musical offerings from the best Mile High City musicians. This week, Lapompe will share gypsy jazz and classic American tunes. Later this summer, guests will be able to hear female vocal trio Black Iris Collective perform 1920s-era, glam pop and unplugged acoustic music, as well as Wellington Bullings play classic soul and R&B. Don’t forget to pick up a happy hour drink from the Terminal Bar before the show. May 25; 5-7 p.m.; 1701 Wynkoop St.; Free

National Wine Day: Wine & Popcorn Pairing
Make your evening glass of red (or white) a bit fancier on Wednesday in honor of National Wine Day. Blanchard Family Wines will host a soirée that will include flights of four vinos paired with four of Kettle Head Popcorn’s specialty snacks. You’ll be able to sip guilt-free knowing $20 of your ticket goes to Colorado Youth for a Change, a nonprofit that helps local youth excel in school, and ultimately graduate. May 25; times vary; 1855 Blake St.; $35

Boulder Creek Festival
The whole family will be entertained at Boulder’s annual springtime fest. Beer lovers can head to the creekside tasting, where local breweries like Dry Dock Brewing Co., Ratio Beerworks, and Ska Brewing will offer up sips. Little ones will be enraptured by the kid-focused programming, including kids yoga, a rock wall, face painting, and a family dance party. Creatives can spectate and help pick the winner at an art battle, during which 10 local artists will decorate park benches. And, if that wasn’t enough to occupy your attention, there will be plenty of food and shopping to fill in the gaps. May 28-30; times vary; 9th St. to 14th St., Boulder; Free

Danceportation
This rave is not like the others. The late-night dance party will be held in a Meow Wolf–created immersive art exhibition and feature DJs from across the globe, including Anthony Naples and DJ Stingray 313, spinning beats in the cosmos-themed venue. Drinks, mocktails, snacks, and coffee will be served; your ticket also gets you access to Meow Wolf’s much-talked-about Convergence Station. May 29; Starting at 10:30 p.m.; 1338 1st St.; $85; 21 and older

Rocky Mountain Stamp Show
Whether you’re an avid collector of stamps, an admirer of history, or just a curious newbie, this 71-year-old gathering for philatelists (that is, stamp collectors) will leave you with a fresh appreciation for postage. Expect more than 30 different stamp vendors, 400 exhibits, and several seminars. Attendees can also see the postage from the Mt. Everest Expedition Mail, Mexico in 1791, and the Grand Canyon in the early 1900s. May 27-29; Fri-Sat 10 a.m.- 6 p.m., Sun 10 a.m.-3 p.m.; 25690 E. Quincy Ave., Aurora; Free