Top 5 Music Festivals in Denver

From city-based outdoor music festivals in Denver series to multi-genre camping jamborees in the Rockies, there’s plenty of live entertainment to be had at Denver’s music festivals. Whether you’re dancing the night away at a hip-hop dance fest or catching a classical performance in an art museum, be sure to bring extra baby wipes, test your party favors and avoid wook flu by following these tips to make the most of your festival experience.

Denver’s state-of-the-art amphitheater in Ruby Hill Park plays host to a number of free and ticketed concerts during the summer months. Kick back with a blanket and enjoy artists from a variety of genres performing on the outdoor stage.

Where Music Meets Mountains: Discovering Music Festivals in Denver and Beyond

The annual summer concert series combines world-class orchestral music with unique settings throughout the Denver area. The six-week program is co-presented by Friends of Chamber Music and Newman Center Presents.

Located in Denver’s historic Five Points neighborhood, the free event celebrates jazz music and its roots in the African American community. This year the festival will include live music from 30+ bands on 3 stages, beer fest with local breweries, artisan vendors, skate park activation and more.

KlezKolorado is a weekend-long celebration of Jewish music, culture and heritage in Colorado. The inaugural festival features local and national Klezmer acts and interactive workshops.

After making a splash last year with its immersive series Convergence Station, Meow Wolf has brought Vortex to Denver this summer. The two-night festival will showcase a diverse lineup of incredible artists. Claude Vonstroke and Dennis Ferrer will take the stage on the first night, while Denver-based DJ GRiZ (who played the Avalanche’s Stanley Cup Tivoli watch parties) headlines on the second night.

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