Is it the weekend yet? Because Denver has a variety of events lined up!
Start it by enjoying some live sketches and performances inspired by Tarantino's films and end it with a fabulous brunch or goat yoga. Whatever you decide to do this weekend, here is a list of fun things happening in Denver, September 13-15.
Things to Do in Denver on Friday, September 13
Where: September 13, 7:30–10 p.m.
When: Denver Open Media, 700 Kalamath St.
Denver Open Media presents its first night of Drunken Cinema. The event is for fans of films and more specifically of Tarantino's films. The performers will show up on the stage in full costume as the most iconic Tarantino characters to play out parts in solo acts and live sketches. There will also have food trucks and beverages outside before the show begins.
Where: September 13, 6–9:30 p.m.
When: Su Teatro Cultural and Performing Arts Center, 721 Santa Fe Dr.
Su Teatro Cultural presents Pop-Up Zine: Denver. The event takes inspiration from the touring "live magazine" Pop-Up Magazine, in which various performers, writers, and artists tell multimedia stories by blending film, photography, music, and radio. Pop-Up Zine looks to invite local performers to tell reported stories that have affected Coloradan communities.
Things to Do in Denver on Saturday, September 14
When: September 14-15
Where: Woods Boss Brewing
In a celebration of local businesses and the community, this block party-style event will feature music from artists like Jubilingo, The Good Kind, Mile High Brass Band, and more. In partnership with Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado (VOC), the event will also see special beers being tapped throughout the same, including several from the year-long archives. Click here to reserve a special edition Woods Block '19 SiliPint!
When: September 14
Where: EXDO, 1399 35th Street
Fizz Fight is "America's first hard seltzer festival and tasting competition," and it's coming to Denver's RiNo District on September 14. This is your opportunity to turn #WhiteClawSummer into something even grander and expand your summer drink horizons.
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When: September 14, 12–6 p.m.
Where: Incredible Art Gallery, 1020 15th St., Ste 1V
Incredible Art Galley presents the opportunity to meet artist Christopher Clark during a free art exhibition. Clark is an officially licensed artist of DC Comics, Marvel, Disney, and Star Wars. His art will be available for visitors to admire, purchase, and have signed by the artist.
When: September 14, 1:30–9 p.m.
Where: Industry Denver, 3001 Brighton Blvd.
Calling all pizza lovers! This is the event of your cheesy dreams. Enjoy samples from the best spots across the city and vote for your favorite. You'll also be able to enjoy live music, games, and much more. Plus, the event is in support of Minds Matter of Denver.
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Where: September 14, 7–10 p.m.
When: Marquis Theater, 2009 Larimer St.
Saturday nights are for music and parties. 303 Magazine is hosting a night of music at the 303 Cover Challenge. The event will feature jam sessions from local musicians as they cover timeless music hits. There will be performances by Los Mocochetes, Cisco the Nomad, Neoma, and Kaitlyn Kdubbs Williams.
Where: September 14, 12–6 p.m.
When: STEAM on the Platte, 1401 Zuni St.
The Raices Brewing Company hosts Suave Fest. The event looks to celebrate Latino culture through a variety of Latino craft beers, live music, Latino cuisine, and art. Enjoy a free beer sample with a general admission ticket.
Things to Do in Denver on Sunday, September 15
Where: September 15, 9 a.m.–1 p.m.
When: EXDO, 1399 35th St.
Rocky Mountain Goat Yoga presents Goat Yoga sessions at the RiNo Farmers Market. The event will have multiple sessions of yoga through Sunday morning, which will include a 45-minute goat yoga lesson and will end with a 15-minute relaxation for both the guests and the goats. Enjoy a new way to namasté and don't forget your bottle of water or a hair tie. Goats like hair. It's a fact.
Where: September 15, 10 a.m.–1:30 p.m.
When: Ace Eat Server 501 E. 17th Ave.
The most fabulous run is back for the 10th time to Denver. The event is a three-block run, walk, or strut to raise money and awareness for empowerment programs for the queer youth of Denver. After breaking a sweat, participants can relax and enjoy a drag show.
Where: September 15, 11 a.m.–3 p.m.
When: Moxy Denver Cherry Creek, 240 Josephine St.
This isn't your ordinary Sunday brunch. Sundays at the Moxy's objective is to raise money for Project C.U.R.E and serve delicious syrup-drenched waffles. Project C.U.R.E is a 4-star charity that helps meed the need for medical supplies, equipment, and services around the world. So enjoy everything the bacon and waffle bar has to offer, guilt-free, knowing full well your money is going to a good cause.
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When: September 15, 2:25 p.m.
Where: Empower Stadium at Mile High
In the home opener of the season, the Broncos take on the Bears at the newly renamed stadium, Empower Stadium at Mile High. Don your orange and blue, and represent Broncos Country!
What are YOU doing this weekend? Any fun things to do in Denver that we missed on our list? Sound off in the comments below.