This year’s Denver Food + Wine Festival ran from Sept. 4–8 and encompassed a variety of events. The majority of the events were small scale, such as “Dinner Under the Stars” and the wine glass seminar, but the main event was the Grand Tasting on
A Taste of Colorado 2019 Labor Day weekend brought along with it the 36th annual a Taste of Colorado: a free music, arts, and food festival found in the Lower Downtown area. Despite its long tenure as an acclaimed mile-high festival, however, this year’s edition
Underground Music Showcase ’19 Retaining its position as Denver’s longest-running and most prolific music festival for the 19th consecutive year, 2019’s Underground Music Showcase (UMS) brings a host of national and local talent to their largest iteration of the festival yet. Unlike many of
CU Denver Ensemble Fest fills campus In its second semester of production, the College of Arts and Media Ensemble Festival took place on April 30. Migrating between St. Cajetan’s and a meager dance studio in the King Center, the festival displayed the Music and Entertainment
Wyoming festival showcases Denver artists With Denver’s various music festivals leaving the Mile High City this coming summer, a more recent festival addition, christened with the fitting name Compound Sound, has started to gain stature in the music scene a short trek outside of Denver.
Swinging Jazz at Ellie Caulkins Opera House Studio Loft While everyone else was at Grandoozy, the coolest cats around spent their weekend dancing the night away at the fifth annual Denver Vintage Jazz Festival and the 14th annual Lindy on the Rocks. The two festivals
New festival with all-star lineup Denver’s live music scene has become a petri dish of various different cultures and genres—and it’s still growing. Denver is already home to many other music festivals like Westword Music Showcase, Velorama (which made its debut last year), The Underground
An Update from Austin, Texas In 1986, only universities and the military were using email. Phones had actual dials, gas was 89 cents per gallon, the average monthly rent was $385, and Halley’s Comet skirted by the planet on March 8. That year, the first