Get ready to rock festival season
Posted on 31 Aug 2018
Ahhh September – the month that facilitates the change from long hot days to somewhat shorter hot days. (At least the nights are cooler.) And now that the kids are back in school and the pool is closing after Labor Day, it’s time to find fun fall activities to get into the spirit. And lucky for our Reunion residents – you have so many amazing outdoor festivals coming up. Try to hit them all!
ULTIMATE FAMILY REUNION
Saturday, September 8, Reunion Rec Center
Join us for a day of uniting our entire community in the most ultimate way – a family reunion! Enjoy a vintage photo booth, pie eating contest, chalk artist, kid attractions, carnival-style foods, and much more! Plan for big fun in a big family kind of way!
September 3-9, RiNo Art District
Are you fascinated by graffiti and street art? Visit Denver’s foremost urban arts festival – unlike any other before it – with 77 happenings in 7 days. This annual event is free and all demographics and ages are invited to enjoy this outdoor gallery. Find out more.
September 14-16, Overland Park
Grab your concert-loving friends and head to Grandoozy – an three-day music festival with tasty food, craft beer, art, and yoga, featuring headliners Kendrick Lamar, Florence + the Machine, and Stevie Wonder. Get tickets.
REMBRANDT: PAINTER AS PRINTMAKER
September 16 – January 6, Denver Art Museum
The Denver Art Museum will be the sole venue for “Rembrandt: Painter as Printmaker,” which will showcase more than 100 prints, drawings, and paintings from Rembrandt van Rijn’s career spanning from 1625 to 1665. The exhibition will give a deeper understanding of his working habits as a painter as well as a printmaker. Learn more.
THE GREAT AMERICAN BEER FEST
September 21 – 23, Colorado Convention Center
The famous Great American Beer Fest normally takes place in October, but this year the event is being celebrated in September. Tickets are nearly sold out, but you can probably find several for sale on Craigslist or other reseller sites. This year’s festival features thousands of beers from more than 800 breweries. If you love craft beer, this is the experience you’ve been seeking.