Weekend plans? Whether you’re looking for a fall pumpkin patch to enjoy among the family or catching live music under beautiful Colorado skies, you’ll find plenty of unique and exciting festivities taking place all throughout the Centennial State. Here’s a look at a few of our favorite events kicking off this weekend in Colorado, September 13-15, 2019.

1. CarbondaleNo Man’s Land Film Festival: With guest speakers, panel discussions, hands-on workshop and more. Sept. 12-15, Carbondale.

2. SalidaBike Festival: Group rides, bike films, chain-less race, bike parade. Sept. 12-15, Salida.

3. Colorado SpringsHolly Berry House Folk Art Festival: 165 juried artisans from across the United States. Sept. 13-15, Rock Ledge Ranch, Colorado Springs.

4. TellurideTelluride Blues and Brews Festival: Beer, music and more. Sept. 13-15, Telluride.

Photo Credit: Telluride Blues & Brews Festival
Photo Credit: Telluride Blues & Brews Festival

5. Central CityHot Rod Hill Climb: Sept. 13-15, Central City.

6. Colorado SpringsWhat If…Festival of Innovation and Imagination: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sept. 14, downtown Colorado Springs.

7. LovelandPastels on 5th: Artwork is created the sidewalk by local and regional artists using brightly colored pastels. Sept. 14, downtown, Loveland.

8. LafayetteLafayette Brew Fest: Explore craft/micro beers one pour at a time. Sept. 14, Lafayette.

9. GreeleyPotato Day: Living history demonstration, music and baked potatoes. Sept. 14, Centennial Village Museum, Greeley.

Potatoes, Photo Credit: TonyBaggett (iStock).

10. WestcliffeHigh Peaks Music Festival: Sept. 14, Feed Store Amphitheater Park, Westcliffe.

11. Grand LakeArts and Crafts Show: More than 60 vendors. Sept. 14-15, Town Park, Grand Lake.

Looking ahead? Take a peek at our searchable Colorado events calendar for more local fun.

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