Everyone knows Denver’s big Labor Day event is the Taste of Colorado. But if you’re looking for some different – and less crowded ways – to celebrate Labor Day Weekend in Denver, we’ve picked five events you may not know about to help you decide what to do. Wanna go beyond Denver this Labor Day weekend? We’ve also provided five what to do ideas outside of Denver, including Summit County, Boulder and Colorado Springs.
Unique Ways to Spend Labor Day Weekend in Denver
The Second Annual Givetoberfest, presented by the Neir Team, invites you to come dressed in your lederhosen and drindls and dance to “Rick Borger and the Average German Band.” The event features Oktoberfest brews, as well as a full bar with wine, spirits and non-alcoholic beverages. German food on the menu includes brats, spaetzel, pretzels and more. Other activities include stein hosting and costume contests. Kids will love the dancing, face painters and balloon artists.
Saturday, September 21, 2019 from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.
The Hangar @ Stanley Marketplace, 2501 Dallas St, Aurora, CO 80010
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If you haven’t had your full dose of patio time this summer, there is still time! Here is “The Neir Team’s Guide to Patio Dining in Denver,” providing ideas for whatever patio type you are seeking. While patio season and outdoor dining can go well into October – or even later – take advantage of the great weather now! You might find a favorite outdoor Denver patio that you want to visit every day until the snow comes to stay!
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With the breathtaking mural that surround its rooftop patio, eating al fresco at Marco’s Coal Fired Pizza sweeps you away to a little Italian town....
Tired of the same old trips to the museum? Here’s some other things you can do in the first half of August to keep the family busy.
- Please check this any day you are looking for something to do, but also scroll through the month as there are ticketed events and others that require reservations, which I do try to note to note those that do.
- It is always a good idea to call ahead to make sure the event you are interested in is still happening.
WHAT TO DO IN NORTHEAST DENVER AUGUST 2-4
Friday, August 2: