Top Labor Day Events

It’s hard to believe the unofficial end of Summer is upon us, but it’s primed to be a fantastic weekend to get out and enjoy all the events the Mile High City has to offer!  No need to head to the High County, we’ve got some great stuff going on right here in our backyard.

1. Taste of Colorado  

Friday-Monday.  This annual event runs the entire weekend in Civic Center Park and is FREE to the public 









2.  Rocky Mountain Showdown

Friday 6pm  Mile High Stadium.  CU is coming off a huge year but this game is usually competitive and the atmosphere at Mile High and the parking lot beforehand is raucous.  The party continues on afterwards in LoDo.









3.  Colorado Rockies vs. Arizona Diamondbacks

Fri, Sat, Sun, Mon (vs Giants)

The rival D-Backs come to town for a 3 game set before the Giants on Monday for a Labor Day matinee.  With the Rockies in the thick of the NL Wild Card race, all these September games are important.  

Insider Tip:  Good side activity to pick up a RockPile or Rooftop seat and combine with Taste of Colorado






4. First Friday Art Walk

Friday Night   Santa Fe Drive    Baker/Lincoln Park Neighborhood

Always a good time, especially this time of year when the weather is just right at night

With so many other events and people leaving town, good opportunity to enjoy fewer crowds











5.  Phish/Dierks Bentley

Two different but awesome live acts this Labor Day weekend.  

Dierks@Fiddler’s Green Saturday Night

Phish@Dick’s for a 3 day set Fri,Sat,Sun














Should be a great weekend to get out and enjoy that Colorado weather and blue sky, even if that just involves patio sitting at your favorite neighborhood bar, or throwing a game of corn hole in the back yard!  











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About Jeff Summerhill

Jeff is equally passionate about the x's and o's of real estate, and the emotional, more heart-felt side of real estate like people, places, and design. He enjoys getting up to the mountains and skiing, hiking, and biking whenever time permits.

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