Have You Seen Denver’s Street Art?

Denver Colorado is a city for all seasons and a city for all people.

Although a fairly liberal sensitivity pervades the atmosphere, there is much to like even for those who do not partake of the modern legal cannabis laws or the annual pride parade.

Art lovers can live a delightful life in Denver, as there is art everywhere you turn. If you want to plan an outing with friends, a trek around the city to spot all the street art would be a fun way to spend a Friday night. Followed by a home-cooked dinner with wine and good and legal cannabis would make your event a hit. RiNo, the River North Art District is bringing art to now-unused industrial buildings like closed factories and warehouses. In September, there is the Colorado Crush Street Art Festival, but there’s no need to wait until September to walk or bike or take the great transit system around Denver in search of murals and sculptures. You can find some awesome live music in the Colfax neighborhood, and where there is music, there is often street art. Recently, the George Floyd mural appeared here. Over near Cherry Creek and the South Platte River, you can discover a painting of historic Denver in the alley on Platte. NOt to be forgotten when it comes to Denver street art, Larimer Square is amazing. The chalk artists come out in droves during the summer and create amazing images on the streets. Try not to rub any away with your shoes and pray for a rain-free few days!


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