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Denver comes to life in the spring and summer. Whether you're planning for Denver PrideFest or looking for free things to do in the summer, VISIT DENVER can be a great resource. Browse the articles below to learn about Denver summer and spring activities. 

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Denver blossoms in spring with free art and music festivals, museum days and visits to the capitol, U.S. Mint, Red Rocks Hall of Fame, breweries and more.

From spring through summer, weekends in in Denver are filled with great festivals featuring arts, entertainment, food and more.

Treat mom to a gourmet meal or afternoon tea, a shopping spree, casual wandering at museums and fresh flowers Denver-style.

Memorial Day Weekend in Denver is packed with fun for the whole family. 

The summer season means it's time for farmers' markets galore, art walks, concert series, walking tours and great attractions, all for absolutely free.

There's no better way to spend a cool summer night in The Mile High City than enjoying a great movie in the great outdoors.

Denver's Cinco de Mayo Festival puts the spotlight on The Mile High City's vibrant Latino population by celebrating food, fun and culture.

The Denver Chalk Art Festival in Larimer Square is one of the city's most popular art events.

Denver's Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community throws an enormous party every summer with Denver PrideFest in Civic Center Park.

View Denver's July 4th events including fireworks, concerts, festivals and more. Don't miss out on great Denver hotel deals over the holiday weekend.

The annual SeriesFest showcases the best new pilots from established and emerging content creators, bringing the industry and audiences together.

Denver is packed with fun (and free) festivals, pro sports, live music and plenty of late-summer, family-friendly activities.

The Colorado Dragon Boat Festival is a celebration of Denver's vibrant Pan Asian culture. Come see the boat race, eat amazing food, shop Asian goods.

Experience the Denver March Powwow, one of the largest events of its kind, featuring 1,600 dancers from 100 Native American tribes.

Watch top cowboys and cowgirls compete during this favorite annual event at National Western Complex, plus there’s a rodeo fantasy area, concerts and more.

Costume up for this pop-culture weekend featuring cosplay, comics, sci-fi and fantasy TV, gaming, movies and more. Don’t miss celebrity appearances!