It’s the first weekend of Denver Oktoberfest!
There’s always something to do in Denver, and this weekend is proof of that. From live music to annual fall events like Oktoberfest, we’ve got you covered for what to do this weekend and upcoming week in case you’re stuck on what to do. Here’s 5 entertainment events you won’t want to miss this weekend.
1. Catch a movie at Edgewater Public Market
This Monday, pull up a lawn chair or a cozy blanket and hang out on the lawn of Edgewater Public Market. This Monday, September 20th, you can catch Legally Blonde and right in time for the Halloween season, catch Hocus Pocus on Monday, September 27th.
Where: 5505 W 20th Ave, Edgewater, CO 80214
2. Edgewater Block Party
You won’t want to miss this event. This Saturday, September 18th, enjoy the last block party of the season in Edgewater. Enjoy live music from the Edgewater Project, craft beer from Joyride Brewery, a COVID vaccine clinic and food trucks. The block on 25th Ave. and Ames will be shut down from 6-8pm so come enjoy a couple hours of fun.
Where: 25th Ave. and Ames
This weekend, enjoy pilsners and Oktoberfest-style lager at the first weekend of Denver’s annual Oktoberfest! Hours vary during the weekend. Tonight, the event runs from 5-11pm but tomorrow and Sunday, hours range from 11am to 11pm and 11am-6pm. Whichever time you choose, you’ll have to purchase a weekend wristband which is pre-loaded with $24 to cover your first drink one each day (or use it all in one day, up to you). The wristband itself costs $45 dollars, and there are a couple of other options to choose from in case you want a nice stein included as well.
Where: 2100 Larimer St Denver, CO 80205
Jammin’ on the Jetty is a free event taking place at Sloan’s Lake, where you can chill out to good music while enjoying a serene lake setting. Starting at 3pm and lasting until 7pm, head over to the Jetty on the Northside of Sloan’s to listen to music from three awesome bands. The Sugar Factory, a solo project of Stellios Gagaris, OptycNerd, a duo doing modern dance music, and Brothers of Bass, a New Orleans-style brass band.
Where: 1700 N Sheridan Blvd, Denver, CO 80212
Denver’s premier sober bar has been bringing together non-alcoholic cocktails & elixirs with community-forward events, like karaoke and live music. Tonight, catch a live show at Acoustic Fridays with Tony G, who will be performing covers from a variety of different eras as well as his own original songs. Check out the event poster here.
Where: 2240 Clay St Unit 100, Denver, CO 80211
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