Festivals in Parker


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  • 23rd Annual Bluegrass Festival
    August 26 - September 5 in Pueblo. It's your location for all the hottest end-of-summer fun you can stand. Visit our website to learn more about everything coming to the Fair. ColoradoStateFair.com
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    1001 Beulah Avenue
    Pueblo, CO US
  • Rockyard Brewing Company
    Expert gourmand Jackie Rebideau has a peculiar passion for cheese. In an effort to share this ardor with the public, she created Fromage to Yours, a company that holds classes and special events to educate people about this celebrated edible. In addition to her recently launched grilled cheese food truck, Mobile Meltz, Jackie teaches pupils about the art of making artisan cheeses such as mozzarella, halloumi, ricotta, and paneer, demonstrating tasteful techniques and dispelling myths that the holes in swiss cheese are formed by mini meteors training for future journeys to the moon. Fromage to Yours also orchestrates special events such as the Colorado Cheese Festival, which more than 150 samples of artisanal American cheese.
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    3155 Commerce Court
    Castle Rock, CO US
  • Insanity Mud Run
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_US title: Insanity Mud Run facet_type_id: cfcaa1e0-5f3d-1032-9177-7f1bda0c0488 html_text: What happens when the imaginations of military personnel, hunters, climbers, and construction workers put their minds together? The result might be a really dirty joke—or, in this case, an even dirtier race. Designed and built by a diverse cadre of burly professionals, the Insanity Mud Run forces participants to climb, crawl, jump, and run across 5-mile and 7-mile courses in Colorado’s rugged terrain. Despite their differences in length, both courses feature 20 obstacles, and, of course, lots of mud. After the last racer has crossed the finish line, the Insanity Mud Run transforms into a family-friendly party where of-age participants and soon-to-be overwhelmed washing machines can reward themselves with an ice-cold beer.
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    650 W Perry Park Ave.
    Larkspur, CO US
  • Cherokee Ranch
    Labyrinthine walls of hay three bales tall rise from the ground on the east end of Cherokee Castle and Ranch, signaling the arrival of fall and the chilling frights of the Maze of Terror. The centerpiece of the Cherokee Ranch Fall Fest, the maze snakes indoors and outdoors with live actors and frightening props waiting around every bend. Festivalgoers of all ages can also spend time bouncing in the inflatable area, taking in the fall air during hay and pony rides, and seeking out the perfect carving canvas in the pumpkin patch. In addition to the attractions, attendees can enjoy international cuisine from a variety of local food trucks plus plenty of fall favorites such as caramel apples, hot cider, and kettle corn.
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    5036 N Hwy. 85 (Sante Fe Blvd.)
    Sedalia, CO US
  • Taste of Greenwood Village
    The Summerfest Auto Show gathers more than 200 striking vehicles in a single venue, where admirers can check out their aerodynamic curves and mighty engines. In addition to sporty makes and models from all decades, the show includes a couple of wholly unique cars, including the Arrow Electronics Corvette – fresh off the track from the Indy 200 – and the Furniture Row NASCAR, full of unique performance engineering. In addition to admiring all the metallic muscle, guests can fuel themselves up at food stands from 25 restaurants or take in a bit of live music at the festival stage.
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    7801 East Orchard Road
    Greenwood Village, CO US
  • A Bite of the Rockies
    Surrounded by the eponymous mountain range, Guests at A Bite of the Rockies descend on The Denver Mart to chow down on cuisines from more than 80 eateries and food trucks. Among them, Town and Country Foods transports their organic veggies and natural meats to the festival, which participants can sample along with artichoke and spinach dip from Gourmet Farms of Colorado. Boulder Vegans doles out their signature cashew cheese, and Glazed and Confused Donuts gives folks a dose of the dulcet with their preservative- and chemical-free confections. In addition, chefs lead cooking demonstrations that teach onlookers how to create healthy meals at home. Though the food is the main draw, A Bit of the Rockies offers up plenty of other sensory delights. Live music from the Colorado Symphony sets the soundtrack to the event, while jewelry vendors and kids' activities round out the family-friendly shindig.
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    1170 Norfolk Street
    Aurora, CO US

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