Unique Dates Around Denver This Week - April 24 - 30


Sorry for the late post this week!  We are soaking up the sun in beautiful Costa Rica and I got sucked into Pura Vida. Better late than never though, here are our top picks this week for a unique date out on the town:

1.  Stop, Collaborate and Listen

Check out Totally Tennyson this Saturday to support Strive Prep Schools.  Wear your favorite decade gear to this decade themed street fair.  There will be food, music, and fun courtesy of the generous vendors of Tennyson Street.  The money raised goes right to the students so be sure to bring family and friends too.  Check here for tickets and more info.

2. The Denver Pancake & Booze Art Show

Located at City Hall, this show is featuring over 75 of Denver's best underground artists.  There will be dj's, free pancakes and body painting at this crazy event.  Check here for more details and ticket information. 

3. Denver Beer Co Oyster & Stout Festival

$30 gets you 2 beers and a dozen oysters..need I say more?  This Saturday from 12 pm - 5 pm.  More info here.

4. The Phantom Circus

Check out Denver's premiere contemporary circus performers at the Oriental Theater.  For $20 per ticket you get belly dancing, fire, and aerial performances galore!  More info here

5. Movie Night At The Symphony

Calling all E.T. lovers out there.  The Colorado Symphony will be bring it back with this niche concert.  There will also be a screening of the original.  Tickets range from $29 to $89 - check here.

6. Pop Up Market At The Source

Stroll hand in hand through the only and only Source and collect some fresh produce all while supporting Groundwork Denver this Saturday.  Check here for details.

7. Stranahan's Whiskey Dinner At The Brown Palace

Need something a bit more upscale?  Look no further than this swanky event on Friday from 6 - 9 pm.  The cost is $150 per person and includes a thoughtful 4 course menu with pairings from the one and only Stranahans.  Check out the menu and ticket info here.


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