You can be sure most concerts at live venues in Colorado between now and May 1 have been cancelled...
Colorado festivals celebrate everything all the time including music, food, beer, wine, film, sports, pride, the outdoors, fantasies, holidays, arts, crafts, history and rodeos. In the Winter, Colorado festivals celebrate snow, skiing, snowboarding and mountain sports. In the summer, Colorado festivals are about the rivers, resorts, downtowns and parks. In the Fall, Colorado festivals celebrate Oktober, fall colors, halloween and harvests. Residents and visitors enjoy these Colorado festivals surrounded by the magnificent Rocky Mountains year around. And this is the best place to visit when you're looking for the Colorado Festival that gonna rock your world. See festivals in Colorado this week.
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- 37th Annual Breckenridge July Art Festival at Main Street Station and The Village at Breckenridge July 2-4, 2020
- 3rd Silverthorne Fine Art Festival at Silverthorne Rec Center Lot July 10-12, 2020
- 19th Annual Breckenridge Main Street Art Festival August 6-8, 2020
- 45th Annual Breckenridge Gathering at the Great Divide Art Festival September 5-7, 2020
- Palisade Art Festival, September 26-27, 2020
Colorado festivals of music, rivers, seasons, beer, wine and food
Music festivals highlight genres like country, bluegrass, blues, rock, metal, Americana, reggae, classical, EDM, guitar, tribute and many more. Every Colorado community hosts at least one signature festival every year. Grand Junction and the western slope hosts annual festivals like Mike the Headless Chicken Days, the Fruita Fat Tire Bike festival and the Country Jam. Telluride in the Southwest corner hosts the Telluride Bluegrass festival, the Ride Festival and the Brews and Blues festival. The FibArk festival celebrating Colorado’s rivers and magnificent whitewater has been taking place on the Arkansas River between Salida and Buena Vista since 1949.
- Colorado Art Festivals take place at indoor venues, downtown streets and neighborhood parks throughout the year
- Colorado Beer Festivals bring attention to huge craft brewing industry that’s a huge part of the Colorado economy
- Colorado Fall Festivals are all about colors, harvests, Oktober and Halloween
- Colorado Wine Festivals are the result of Colorado’s rich wine industry that produces delicious wine.
- Colorado Oktober Festivals make everyone in Colorado German for a day or two and just about every community on Colorado hosts an Oktober Fest
- Colorado River Festivals bring attention to the important role Colorado plays in providing the nation’s water supply, the snow melt and the activities rushing whitewater provides
- Colorado Music Festivals are world renowned and feature all kinds of music like country, bluegrass, blues, rock, metal, Americana, reggae, classical, EDM, guitar and tribute bands
- Colorado Food Festivals feature the diverse food commerce offered by restaurants, food trucks, regions, local crops and award winning Colorado chefs
- Colorado Harvest Festivals take place during the fall and rejoice the yield of crops brought in by Colorado farmers and growers
- Colorado Film Festivals feature independent films, horror films, fantasy films, international films, short films and more.
- Colorado Spirits Festivals are becoming more and more popular as the distillery industry in Colorado continues to grow
- Colorado Winter Festivals celebrate the snow, skiing and snowboarding.
- Colorado Camping Festivals and Events take pace all summer long at many Colorado Music Festivals