The Top Seven Denver Holiday Events
It’s officially the start of the holiday season, and we are bringing you the top Denver holiday events this year. From spooky Halloween events to Thanksgiving and more, we will feature some of the events that you should pencil-in in your calendar.
October through December rings in the seasons to celebrate. During the start of these time may be a little chilly in preparation for the winter time ahead, so you’ll have the fall colors, harvest festivals, and cultural events are in full swing. Here are some Denver holiday events you wouldn’t want to miss.
There are a lot of ways to keep fit before the holidays come in and one of them is doing yoga. You can recharge, heal the body and remove the stress by centering yourself, doing breathing techniques, stretching and more by doing the oldest form of yoga. This event will end on December 17th so avail of the $8 to $10 per session class.
The Denver Botanical Gardens also organized their own Día de Los Muertos celebration on the following day. This is a tradition that has been happening for eight years. To celebrate life after death by honoring loved ones who have passed, you’ll get to bring offerings, of food and other gifts to be placed on the altar. Happening on the 3rd of November, costumes are encouraged to be worn by the attendees.
Looking forward to an early Christmas celebration event? Check out the Holiday Carousel located at the Denver Pavilions starting December 15 to January 2. The Holiday Carousel’s proceeds will benefit Food Bank of the Rockies, so you’ll know you’re contributing for a good cause.
Do you want to be instantly an official member of Santa’s flight crew with your own personalized Cadet Badge? Join Santa’s Flight Academy for free at the Cherry Creek Shopping Center from November 8th to December 24th. You’ll have your own virtual flight suit and dance in the snow with more added activities for you to enjoy.
If you absolutely love grilled cheese, then you wouldn’t want to miss this event. Definitely check out Denver’s Grilled Cheese fest as this comfort food takes center stage on November 14th from 6 to 10 PM. The location will be at Mile High Station, 2027 West Colfax Avenue. There will be more than 20 restaurants and beverage companies attending and will vie for the Meltdown Award. Discover the best grilled cheese in Denver, book the event now.
Here’s an event a week before Thanksgiving that you wouldn’t want to miss! You definitely have to check out Denver’s annual Christkindl Market. Want to sample authentic German and European delicious cuisines, fabulous German drinks, handmade jewelry, and more? Just head on to Arapahoe St., Denver.
The event opens every year on the Friday before Thanksgiving and all through two days before Christmas. Make sure to indeed stock up on your favorite delicious chocolates and pastries, knodels, cured meats, pretzels, blinchikis, coffee, honey and more!
There are also crafts available for sale to make your Christmas shopping list full. Surely your special loved one will appreciate hand-crafted glass pieces of jewelry, handmade works of art crafted by skilled artisans, mouth-blown glass ornaments, premium Andean fleece products, Pashmina shawls, to name a few.
Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center will feature their 9th 1940’s White Christmas Ball! Join them for a night of festivity and glamour. For spectacular Denver holiday events priced at $67 per person, you’ll get to experience a night of nostalgia as you step back through time. Set in a beautiful ballroom in downtown Denver among a canopy of glistening lights and celebrate everything vintage.