Spoil your sweetie on Valentines Day in Denver 2020. You will find a variety of things to do including seeing a show at the theater, enjoying a tasty dinner for two, and heading out to a concert.
My insider's guide also features some fun options throughout the weekend. Highlights include a Colorado Avalanche game, Mystery Science Theater 3000 at the Buell, and several fun concerts.
This year falls on Friday, the day before President's Day Weekend so you will have an extra day to celebrate.
Read on for a full list of fun events this holiday in the Mile High City.
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Location: Several Stages Around Town
You will find some great theater productions this Valentine's Day in Denver. Three of the top shows on stage on Friday, February 14 include The Improvised Shakespeare Company, You Lost Me, and Twenty50.
These shows run throughout the weekend. In addition, it's the last weekend for Goodnight Moon. It's a wonderful kid-friendly show and one your entire family will enjoy.
Location: Buell Theater
On February 15, you have one last chance to see Mystery Science Theater 3000 live on stage. Creator Joel Hodgson and his robot friends Tom Servo, Crow, and Gypsy will take you on a wild ride through some of the worst movies ever made.
This will be the final tour for the Mystery Science Theater 3000 group and you do not want to miss it!
The show starts at 7pm.
Spend this Valentine's Day in Denver at one of our top concert venues. You will find shows at the Fillmore, Ogden, and the Bluebird.
You will also find some great shows at other venues around town including at Grizzly Rose, Cervantes', and The Summit Music Hall.
You will also find other great concerts all weekend long including Stone Temple Pilots, Jauz, and more.
Here are just a few of the top shows on Friday, February 14.
Location: Pepsi Center
Cheer on the Colorado Avalanche this Valentine's Day Week and Weekend in Denver. They have two games this week. They play host to both the Washington Capitals (2/13) and the Tampa Bay Lightening (2/17).
The Avalanche have been fun to watch this year with several players showing some great improvement. Heading to a game is the perfect treat for all hockey and sports lovers.
Both games are at the Pepsi Center and start at 7pm.
Location: Voodoo is at 1260 22nd St
The Voodoo Comedy Playhouse is the place to be this Valentine's Day in Denver. On Friday, February 14, you will find a variety of shows.
You will also find some great comedy options at venues around town. Some of my favorites include Comedy Works and the Denver Improv.
It's a great way to laugh the night away with your sweetie!
You will also find dozens of places all around town with dinner specials. Here is just a sample of the options already available.
Barolo Grill: Italian restaurant in Cherry Creek, 3030 E. 6th Avenue
Eddie Merlot's - Englewood: Steak dinner in Englewood with options including Bone-In Filet, Bone-In Filet Del Mar, and Lobster Tail (prices range from $35.95 to $99.95 per person), 10110 E Dry Creek Rd.
Edge Bar & Restaurant: Lodo Steakhouse with specials, 1111 14th St.
Thirsty Lion Gastropub & Grill: Gastro Pub in downtown Denver, special menu with items such as Grilled Ribeye Steak, Peppercorn Beef Tenderlion, and more, 1605 Wynkoop Street
Charcoal Restaurant: Downtown hot spot with an elegant dinner, 43 W 9th Ave.
Perry's Steakhouse and Grille: This Park Meadow's favorite is offering a holiday meal.
Date: 2/10 & 2/12
The Denver Nuggets have two home games this week. They take on the San Antonio Spurs (2/10) and the Los Angeles Lakers (2/12).
The 3 point shots, the fast breaks, and the wicked dunks performed by both teams will excite and entice anyone to get up out of their seats and cheer the night away.
The Nuggets games usually sell out quickly, so don't wait to book your tickets!
The Colorado Symphony has over 150 different shows each year. It is renown for the ability to be experimental while still staying with the tried and true that are known by all. The weekend before Valentines Day in Denver, they has three presentations for you listening, and viewing, pleasure.
The shows this weekend include A Symphonic Valentine (2/14), Legendary Women’s Voices: An Evening with Cynthia Erivo (2/15), and Denver Young Artists Orchestra Side By Side 2020 (2/16)
Make sure to have your tennis shoes on, and your hunny with you, as you get ready to have a little fun the weekend before Valentines Day in Denver on February 9th in Washington Park.
This 4 mile run also includes the possibility of meeting someone new if you are running solo. The event encourages runners to wear costumes, be silly, and even play "Spin the Bottle." You can also check out their "Kissing Booth" if you really need a little more of a thrill after you finish running.
Don't get left behind or Cupid will be sad and lonely!