Get out and about this week with these 10 fun things to do in Denver, including concerts, wrestling matches, art shows, and more.
As Denver recovers from last week’s snowstorm, there are plenty of happenings in the area to keep us busy and warm. Several school districts in the area are on fall break this week, so Denver has lots of possibilities for fun and adventure. Between plenty of award-winning and big-name talent, as well as countless local events, we've gathered a list of 10 things do in Denver this week to get you out and about.
Monday, October 14
When: October 14
Where: Denver Museum of Nature & Science
Start the week off with a free day at the Denver Museum of Natural & Science exploring dinosaur fossils, Martian canons, and so much more. Admission is free; however, planetarium shows and special exhibits are not included in the free admission and will require a fee. This is a popular day for the folks of Denver, so go early and expect a crowd! Here are other free-admission days happening at the Denver Zoo, museums, and more.
When: October 14, 11 a.m.–1 p.m.
Where: Cricket Wireless, 5066 S. Wadsworth, Littleton
Stop by the Cricket Wireless Store and get an autograph or selfie with WWE star AJ Styles before the night's big event.
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When: October 14, 5:30 p.m.
Where: Pepsi Center
Monday Night Raw turns Pepsi Center into the big ring for the night, and you'll be able to catch your favorite WWE stars battle it out, live.
When: Through November 3
Where: Spectra Art Space
This is a psychedelic experience that immerses the visitor in a world of art and theater. Go beyond the bounds of this world when you enter this space, a portal to a different realm within. It's a family-friendly event and includes art from local contributors.
Tuesday, October 15
When: October 15-16, 7 p.m.
Where: Filmore Auditorium
Lizzo will bring the house down at the Filmore, with guest Ari Lennox. Lizzo’s body-positive, high energy performance will include her top-notch dancing, attitude, and amazing voice. (Honestly, this is one of our favorite things to do in Denver this week.)
When: October 15-16, 7:30 p.m.
Where: Pepsi Center
TOOL is playing two nights this week and Tuesday’s show is sold out, so get your tickets for Wednesday's show before they're gone.
Wednesday, October 16
When: October 16, 5:30–7 p.m.
Where: All Together Now Sculpture, Corner of Curtis & 14th
Take a tour of all the public art displays within two square blocks in Denver’s Theater District. The event is free, however, visitors must RSVP and it's capped at 20 people. And if you're in the area, stop by the Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA) to see a show! Here's the DCPA's 2019-20 schedule.
When: October 16, 8 p.m.
Where: Ogden Theatre
Singer, songwriter, and musician Ingrid Michaelson will play at the Ogden, bringing her unique sound and talents to the Denver stage. This is a 16-and-older show.
Thursday, October 17
When: October 17, 8 p.m.
Where: Mission Ballroom
Legendary performer Bob Dylan will plan an intimate show at the Mission Ballroom. A part of pop culture history, Dylan’s iconic sounds has been the soundtrack to many moments in life, on the screen, and on the stage. This is sure to be a show for the ages, as the award-winning performer shares his talents with the Denver crowd. This is a 16-and-older show.
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When: Every Thursday
Where: Black Cat Farms, 9889 N. 51st Street, Longmont
Black Cat Farms has partnered with Bookcliff Vineyards to host a weekly farm dinner with wine pairings. Front Range agriculture is highlighted in this night of hors d’oevres, four-course meals, wine pairings, and dessert.
Well, Denver, there's so much to do this week and not nearly enough time to do it all! Get out there and enjoy this fall weather before the next storm blankets us in the chilly white stuff again. Are there any fun things to do in Denver this week that we missed on our list? Sound off in the comments below.