Concerts, ice sculptures, holiday markets, award-winning theater, sports events, and a holiday feast all make our list of things to do in Denver this week. 

Happy Monday, Denver! This week will bring family and friends together as we celebrate Thanksgiving, and there is plenty to do around the Mile High all week long. Here's our list of 9 events to keep your holiday week full of adventure.

Events in Denver on Monday, November 25

Cher: Here We Go Again Tour


Courtesy of Cher (Facebook)

When: November 29, 7:30 p.m.
Where: Pepsi Center
Price: $58+

She is legendary. She is iconic. She is ageless. She is the one and only dancing queen, Cher. This promises to be a show that will thrill and delight the audience, as only Cher can.  

ICE! Featuring Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer

When: Through January 5
Where: Gaylord Rockies Resort & Convention Center
Price: Children 12 and over starting at $13.99, adults starting at $24.99

Celebrate the season by exploring this frozen winter wonderland. Made from over two million pounds of ice, this hand-carved magical experience takes visitors through the timeless classic tale of Rudolph and his red nose. Included are four two-story ice slides, tons of ice sculptures, and plenty of holiday cheer. Dress warmly, the exhibit is kept at frigid 9 degrees to keep everything frozen.

Denver Chistkindl Market

Christkindl Market

Courtesy of Denver Christkindl Market (Facebook)

When: Through December 23, hours vary
Where: 1515 Arapahoe Street, 16th Street Mall
Price: Free

The annual event is back for its 19th year and offers an authentic German experience with visits from St. Nikolaus, Krampus, and the Christkind (the traditional female German Christmas gift bearer). There will be traditional food and beverages, as well as plenty of crafts and unique gifts to buy and plenty of live entertainment.

Events in Denver on Tuesday, November 26

Washington Wizards @ Denver Nuggets

When: November 26, 7 p.m.
Where: Pepsi Center
Price: $12+

The Nuggets play at home tonight, so it's time to get out and cheer our boys on as they play the Washington Wizards. 

Jesus Christ Superstar

jesus christ superstar

Courtesy of Denver Center for Performing Arts, Photo by Matthew Murphy

When: Opening November 26, 8 p.m.
Where: The Buell Theatre, DCPA
Price: $35+

The worldwide phenomenon is opening in Denver! The Broadway musical drama is described as "an album that inspired a revolution. A revelation that changed the world. A reinvention for this millennium."

Events in Denver on Wednesday, November 27

Speed Dating in Denver (Ages 21-31)

When: November 27, 8–10 p.m.
Where: Corridor 44, 1433 Larimer Street
Price: $29.95

Looking for love this holiday season? Speed dating is a great way to meet a lot of people very quickly in a safe and controlled environment. Just in time for the holidays, this one is for those ages 21-31 wanting to mingle.

Edmonton Oilers @ Colorado Avalanche

When: November 26, 8 p.m.
Where: Pepsi Center
Price: $25+

Tonight is a Colorado Avalanche Happy Hour night, and it's a perfect way to kick off the holiday weekend.

Events in Denver on Thursday, November 28 – Thanksgiving Day

Mile High United Way Turkey Trot

When: November 28, Thanksgiving Day, registration starts at 8 a.m.
Where: Washington Park, Denver
Price: $45 for adults 13-59, $40 for seniors and children

The annual United Way Turkey Trot is back in its 46th year and expects over 10,000 people to come out for the four-mile walk and run event. Proceeds go to help and support the community, and the entry fee includes a 2019 event T-shirt. Dogs on leashes are welcome.  

Thanksgiving Buffet at the Denver Aquarium

When: November 28
Where: Downtown Aquarium
Price: Adults $42.99, seniors over 65 $35.99, children 3-10 years old $19.99

The Downtown Aquarium is hosting a Thanksgiving dinner buffet and it sounds delicious! A kids' buffet, seafood station, custom omelet station, dessert station, build-your-own Bloody Mary, and more will make this a true feast! Call for a reservation at (303)-561-4450.

We hope you enjoy some quality time with those you hold dear. However you spend your week, we are grateful for you. Happy Thanksgiving! And sound off in the comments with any events you think we should add to our list.