Basically all cities have festivals; even the very small cities often have some kind of festival either in the warm season or the fall months.
- I happen to live in a tiny Florida town, and every June they have the watermelon festival! However, I swear that nobody does festivals quite like Denver, CO.
The Mile High City has festivals in abundance all year long. The pride festival goes on each warm season in Denver. Denver politics are supremely liberal, with cannabis being legal, and easily one of the largest pride parades. If you have a more conservative bent, there are a good amount of festivals for you, too. There is a street art festival in Larimer Square where tons of chalk artists converge and create their own recognizable image on the street. Rino wakes up the weekend with the Sunday night Bazaar festival where you can actually locate various food vendors, wine or craft beer, and songs to suit essentially any taste. If you actually appreciate performance art, you can try out the Denver Fringe Festival that happens during June… Progressive artistry abounds, which suits the progressive politics and laws of Denver! You can have a freewheelin time with legal cannabis, micro-breweries, or festivals similar to the fringe that showcase a more liberal art scene. If you really appreciate the latest in fashion and want to be a tourist in Denver, you might want to come inside fashion week. You can discover all sorts of national brands or local boutique finds… Fashion forward Denver rocks the fashion festival. September brings about FamilyFest, and it is an enjoyable way to spend time together with the children and have an old fashioned great time.