Denver events in September 2017 include the Broadway musical Frozen, the Colorado Fall Home Show, and several great comedy shows and concerts.
Sports fans can attend a Denver Broncos game, a Colorado Rockies game, an extreme sports carnival, or a charity run for prostate cancer.
Labor Day is also this month. Check out beer samples at the Brews & Views Beer Fest, take the kids to Elitch Gardens water park, and sample local treats at A Taste of Colorado.
Read more about these and other fun things to do in and around Denver in September!
If you're visiting Denver during Labor Day weekend, you picked a great time to come.
Weekend highlights include A Taste of Colorado featuring eats from more than 50 local restaurants, performances of the spectacular new "Frozen" production, and Colorado Rockies baseball.
Denver events in September also include several top theater productions.
"Frozen" (Aug. 17 - Oct. 1)
Frozen makes it debut at The Buell in Denver. This film adaptation tells the story of two sister that are separated and struggle to reunite. After it's run in Denver, it will make it's way to Broadway in New York. Make sure to pick up tickets to be one of the first to see this show live on stage.
"Girls Only: The Secret Comedy of Women" (Sept. 21 - Oct. 22)
Get ready for this funny production that is all about what it's like to be a woman. The show was created when the two authors took a look at their diaries and had a good laugh at the contents. The two-women cast makes fun of everything from dating to menopause.
Sports lovers will have plenty of Denver events in September to enjoy!
Colorado Rockies: Baseball season starts winding down in September, so be sure to get to Coors Field to see the Rockies in action before the season ends. The team takes on the Arizona Diamondbacks and San Francisco Giants during Labor Day weekend. You can also catch home games against the San Diego Padres, St. Louis Cardinals, and Milwaukee Brewers.
Denver Broncos: The Broncos have two home games this September. They face the San Diego Chargers on 9/11 and face off against the Dallas Cowboys on 9/17. Both games are at Mile High Stadium.
Colorado Rapids: The soccer field at Dick's Sporting Goods Park will be rumbling on Sept. 16 and Sept. 30 when the San Jose Earthquakes are in town. These two games are your only chance to see the Rapids on its home turf this month.
Denver has a fantastic outdoor concert season, which draws near a close toward the end of September. Top outdoor concerts this month include the Dierks Bentley, Griz, and the Big Gigantic. If you're more the indoor type, catch some Pepsi Center concerts such as Jason Aldean, The Weeknd, and the Florida Georgia Line.
Denver events in September include festivals every weekend. If you like ethnic foods, taste the flavors of Italy, Greece, and Germany at festivals honoring those cultures. Colorado foods are the star of A Taste of Colorado and the Denver Food & Wine Festival.
Beer lovers should check out the two Oktoberfests and Brews & Views Beer Fest. Music lovers can discover new bands at Sunnyside Music Festival.
Dates: Sept. 8 - 10
Location: Colorado Convention Center
If you're looking for ideas on how to remodel your living space, check out one of the most popular Denver events in September, the Colorado Fall Home Show. With more than 250 exhibitors, you are sure to find dozens of wonderful ideas all weekend long.
Attend free seminars and watch demonstrations about remodeling, energy efficiency, and sustainability. Professional interior designers will also be on hand to give you their expert tips.
Laughing is good medicine, and many comedy clubs will give you a good dose of Denver events in September.
Top comedians in Denver this month include Tom Segura at the Paramount Theatre and Howie Mandel at the Bellco.
Dates: Sept. 15 - Oct. 29
Location: Chatfield Farms, 8500 W. Deer Creek Canyon Road, Littleton
Corn mazes are one of the best things about fall, so bring family and friends to the eight-acre maze at Denver Botanic Garden's Chatfield Farms. This maze features life-size animal cutouts that add to the fun.
Take a pony ride or hayride, try pillow jumping, and sample favorite fall foods. Younger kids can try out the mini-maze and take a barrel train ride.
Date: Sept. 11
Location: Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison
Come out to the picturesque Red Rocks Amphitheatre for Film on the Rocks, an annual summer outdoor film series featuring old and new crowd favorites. This month's show is Twister. This classic 90's film about tornadoes starts Bill Paxton and Helen Hunt.
The Gasoline Lollipops play before the performance starting at 7pm. The show will start at dusk.
Date: Sept. 9
Location: The Urology Center of Colorado, 2777 Mile High Stadium Circle, Denver
One of the Denver events in September that's for a good cause is the Blue Shoe Run for Prostate Cancer. Help stomp out prostate cancer by entering and raising money for the seventh annual race. Events include a kids fun run, 5K run/walk, and 1.5-mile family walk.
The Urology Center of Colorado Foundation hopes to raise $50,000 to improve cancer screening, research programs, and community education.
After the race, listen to live music, honor prostate cancer survivors, check out the kids zone, make a bid at the silent auction, and get refreshed at the beer garden.
Vacations can be expensive, so save some cash by taking advantage of free days offered by local attractions. You can visit some of Denver's top museums including the Denver Art Museum, the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, and the Botanic Gardens for free this month.
In addition, you will find several free museums all around town. Some of the most popular include the Denver Mint, Hudson Gardens, Aurora History Museum, and the Museum of Outdoor Arts.
Some of the top exhibits in September include the following:
Denver Art Museum: "Mi Tierra: Contemporary Artists Explore Place" features installations about contemporary life by Latino artists. "Britain's Golden Age" is another exhibit on display this month. It features works from eighteenth century British artists.
Denver Museum of Nature & Science: "Nature's Amazing Machines" uses objects and activities to show how engineering in the animal world works.
Denver Botanic Gardens: "Play: Works by Pattie Lee Becker" features sculptures placed throughout the grounds for you to discover.
If you want to get outside of the big city, check out some of these great events happening this month.
Colorado's State Fair (Pueblo), through Sept. 4: The fair features a rodeo, carnival rides, agriculture exhibits, concerts, and the Discover the Dinosaur experience with lifelike dinosaurs.
JAS Aspen Snowmass Labor Day Experience (Aspen), Sept. 1-3: Three-day musical festival in Snowmass. Headliners include Keith Urban, The Roots, and Maroon 5.
Longs Peak Scottish - Irish Highland Festival (Estes Park), Sept. 7 - 10: Immerse yourself in Scottish and Irish culture such as jousting, highland dance, strongman competition, Celtic music, and bagpipe competitions.
Breckenridge Wine Classic (Breckenridge), Sept. 14 - 17: Sample more than 500 wines, beers, and spirits; watch demonstrations; and attend seminars.
Downtown Boulder Fall Fest (Boulder), Sept. 15 - 17: More than 120 Firefly Handmade artisan booths will be open along the popular Pearl Street Mall.
Oktoberfest in Castle Rock (Sept. 30): True to its heritage, this event features live entertainment by German bands and dancers. Sample beer from local breweries and food vendors, view the demonstrations, and take the kids to the bounce houses.