10 Things To Do in Denver This April

Spring in Denver is always buzzing with fun activities! From baseball to brew fests, Denver’s got everything you could hope for. Here are a few of the best events happening around town that you won’t want to miss out on.

Denver Auto Show

When: April 4th – April 8th
Where: Colorado Convention Center
Time: Varies
Cost: Adults – $13, Children (6-12) – $6, Children 6 and under – free

The Denver Auto Show is the premier showcase of the newest model year import and domestic vehicles — cars, vans, crossovers, hybrids, light trucks, sport utilities – cars to suit every budget and lifestyle. It’s the perfect place to see the latest examples of fuel efficient technologies and aftermarket accessories. Sit in the cars, pop the hoods, inspect the trunks, and kick the tires! The Denver Auto Show is great entertainment for serious shoppers, car buffs and the entire family.

Rockies Opening Day

When: April 6th
Where: Coors Field
Time: 2:10pm
Cost: Varies

Come kick off baseball season at the Rockies home opener against the Braves! Be one of the first guests through the gate to get your Go Rockies Rally Towel.

Apres Yoga at Ratio Beerworks

When: April 7th – and Every First Saturday of Each Month
Where: Ratio Beerworks
Time: 11am
Cost: $17 Online, $20 Drop-In

Join Après Yoga for the next edition of Breathe, Bend & Brew at Ratio Beerworks in Denver. Practice yoga in the brewery and enjoy a tasty pint of Ratio’s finest brew in the taproom after class! This Ratio event occurs on the 1st Saturday of each month so be sure to save the date for next time! $17 online registration, $20 drop-in at the brewery. Each ticket redeemable for Yoga & 1 pint.

The Mule Majors

When: April 7th – April 8th
Where: Sports Castle
Time: Starting at 1pm
Cost: Varies

Grab some friends and come downtown for a day you won’t want to miss! Try location-inspired cocktails and cuisine pairings while playing a 9-hole round of mini golf. Enjoy great music, fantastic decor, prizes and activities like corn hole, a live screening of the Masters and Happy Gilmore, an IV hydration bar, and so much more. You won’t want to miss these Moscow mules and the memories they create! Join the theme: Derby hats and golf attire are encouraged. Prize for best dressed!

Vinyl 80’s Dance Party

When: April 13th
Where: Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox
Time: Doors @ 8pm
Cost: $10 – $24

Whip It! All Vinyl 80’s Dance Party, hosted by DJ Jason Heller. Jason Heller is a Denver-based DJ whose career stretches back to 1996. He’s currently a resident DJ at both Funk Club and Mile High Soul Club, and he founded Whip It! to express his passion for the energy and fun of ’80s music, both mainstream and alternative.

Pancakes and Booze Art Show

When: April 14th
Where: Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom
Time: 8pm
Cost: $10 At The Door

You may have guessed that this is an art show, but not your typical art gallery. Since 2009 this events has been filling the best venues in over 30 cities around the world with your favorite local artists, photographers, bands, and DJ’s. The focus is on keeping the work on display local and original to help artists of all types sell their work while they’re still alive. Each show usually features between 50-150 local artisans, a unique lineup of live musicians and/or DJs, live painting, body painting, along with other forms of entertainment. Oh, and of course PANCAKES!

Spring Flea

When: April 14th – April 15th
Where: Denver Rock Drill
Time: Starting at 10am
Cost: Free

Spring break, spring cleaning and…a Spring Flea market! The Spring Flea returns April 14-15 at the Denver Rock Drill, because what would be the fun in spilling those beans now? So get ready for that new new—new season, new vendors, new location—and save the date today!

Washington Park Home Tour

When: April 19th – May 12th
Where: Various Homes in Washington Park
Time: 10am – 4pm
Cost: $20

The 20th anniversary of the Wash Park Home Tour will feature five fabulous homes representing a range of styles and eras. Stop by the Street Fair for food, drinks, games and prizes! The Wash Park Home Tour benefits Steele Elementary and the Denver Public Schools Homeless Education Network.

2018 Denver Spring Wine Festival

When: April 21st
Where: Li’l Devils Lounge
Time: 4pm -6pm
Cost: $16 – $80

Wine is waiting for you this spring. Time to enjoy the taste and friendly faces. Educate yourself while sipping and socialize the best way in a great venue with a cup in your hand, sun may be shining, but delight in the specials. Enjoy an intimate setting with various wine reps showcasing a few of their top brands.

Belgian Brew Fest 2018

When: April 28th
Where: The Garden at Bruz Beers
Time: 1pm – 4pm
Cost: $48

Belgian Brew Fest started in 2017 as a celebration of Belgian-style beer and the Denver breweries bringing it to life. Enjoy the first outdoor festival of the season with your favorite friends, family, and Flemish Reds! Live bands, over 10 breweries including guest brewery Ommegang this year. There will also be a Kombucha vendor for the designated drivers!

Tagged Under: Denver Events, Local Content

Mara Calomino

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