Whether you’re seriously considering downsizing or just fascinated by the concept of itty-bitty houses, the Colorado Tiny House Festival, June 22–24, will be a fun and informative event celebrating the beauty of minimalistic living.

Taking place at the Adams County Fairgrounds in Brighton, the second annual Colorado Tiny House Festival will be bigger and better than ever! The festival will showcase more than 40 tiny houses — from homes built by professional builders to the creative designs constructed by ambitious DIY’ers.

WHEN: Fri., June 22 — 12 p.m.–6 p.m. | Sat., June 23 — 10 a.m.–6 p.m. | Sun., June 24 | 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
WHERE: Adams County Fairgrounds | 9755 Henderson Road | Brighton, CO 80601
TICKETS: $10 — one-day pass | $20 — 3-day pass | Kids 12 and under — FREE (Prices will be higher at the door)

The three-day festival will feature food and drinks, entertainment, vendors, guest speakers about the tiny home movement, and the opportunity to browse the wide variety of tiny houses on display, including yurts, shipping container homes, van conversions, gypsy wagons, and traditional-looking tiny houses!

Festivalgoers are welcome to camp on the grounds, as well.

Courtesy of Colorado Tiny House Festival’s Facebook page

The festival, which will provide education on simplifying life and adopting a minimalistic lifestyle, will air both parts of the “Living Tiny Legally” series. Part I will air four times on Saturday, with Part II playing four times on Sunday.

For more information on the Colorado Tiny House Festival, visit their website or Facebook page.

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