Aventure lies ahead this weekend in Colorado. Gather your friends and get ready for a weekend full of unique experiences. From cars racing up a fourteener to enjoying a variety of live music extravaganzas to sipping wine in the mountains, you’ll find plenty to do this weekend in Colorado. Here’s a look at what’s happening around the Centennial State this weekend, June 28-30, 2019.

1. Black Canyon of the Gunnison National ParkAstronomy Festival: June 26-29, South Rim of Black Canyon.

2. Castle RockQuilt, Craft and Sewing Festival: Sewing, quilting, needle-art and craft supply exhibits. June 27-29, Douglas County Fairgrounds, Castle Rock.

3. BondBeanstalk Music and Mountain Festival: Three days of music, yoga. June 27-29, Rancho Del Rio, Bond.

4. TellurideTelluride Wine Festival: Cooking demonstrations, concerts, seminars and more. June 27-30, Telluride.

Telluride wine festival 2011, Photo Credit: Scott Ellis (Flickr).
Telluride wine festival 2011, Photo Credit: Scott Ellis (Flickr).

5. Glenwood SpringsColorado Theatre Festival: Designed to provide an environment for community theatre companies and theatre practitioners to expand and explore their abilities in the theatre arts. June 27-30, Glenwood Springs.

6. TellurideYoga Festival: Yoga, meditation, music and more. June 27-30, Telluride.

7. BoulderColorado Music Festival: providing access to the best of the world’s music through education and performance. June 27-Aug. 3, Chautauqua Auditorium, Boulder.

8. AspenAspen Music Festival and School: More than 400 events and featuring its signature wide variety of musical works and performers. June 27-Aug. 18, Aspen.

9. Colorado SpringsBroadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb Fan Fest: Celebrating the Race to the Clouds. June 28, downtown Colorado Springs.

Hill Climb Fan Fest. Photo Credit: Larry Chen.
Hill Climb Fan Fest. Photo Credit: Larry Chen.

10. Fort Collins — Colorado Brewers’ Festival: With more than 150 Colorado Beers. June 28-29, Canvas Stadium, Fort Collins.

11. EagleFlight Days: Pancake breakfast, parade, horseshoe tournament, carnival and more. June 28-29, Town Park, Eagle.

12. PalisadeColorado Lavender Festival: Learn more about the unique purple plant used in perfume and culinary dishes. June 28-29, Palisade.

Lavender, Photo Credit: Kostyantyn_Skuridin (iStock).
A drying room lavender. Dried bunches of lavender hanging on string.

13. Buena VistaRapids & Grass Beer Festival: Craft beer, bluegrass and river festival. June 28-30, South Main Street, Buena Vista.

14. GeorgetownIndie Con: Where indie books are born and indie writers thrive. June 28-30, Georgetown.

15. Monte VistaA Taste of the San Luis Valley: Local restaurants, entertainment and vendors. June 29, Chapman Park, Monte Vista.

16. RidgwayRidgway River Festival: Riverside and in-stream activities and entertainment. June 29, Rollans Park, Ridgway.

17. AvonVail Valley Brew Fest: Unlimited sample with music and more. June 29, Harry A. Nottingham park, Avon.

18. Winter ParkBlues from the Top Music Festival: Dedicated to the future of the young musicians. June 29-30, Hideaway Park, Winter Park.

19. Snowmass VillageDemo Days: Bike Demos, equipment exhibitors and more. June 29-30, Base Village, Snowmass Village.

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Snowmass Ski Area. Photo Credit, courtesy of: Snowmass Tourism.

20. NederlandHigh Peaks Art Festival: Art, music, food and more. June 29-30, Nederland.

21. SalidaArt Festival: 2D and 3D art. June 29-30, Salida.

22. DenverTaco Festival: Chihuahua racing, music, tacos and more. June 29-30, Denver.

23. Colorado SpringsBroadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb: Race up the mountain. June 30, Pikes Peak.

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