From dance parties to ice festivals to romantic events, here’s what’s happening in Denver this Valentine’s Day weekend.
Friday, February 15
When: Feb. 9-17
Where: Cripple Creek, CO
The theme of this year’s annual event is ‘Superheroes on Ice,’ and there will be plenty of fun for the whole family, from interactive ice sculptures to street vendors to live music, food, and beverages.
When: Feb. 14-16
Where: Downtown Denver Aquarium
These unique dinner packages include a four-course meal, champagne, a rose, and two aquarium adventure passes.
When: Feb. 14-17
Where: The Lumber Baron Inn
This one-of-a-kind theater event will stage love letters written by famous authors such as Mark Twain, Jane Austen, Oscar Wilde, Beethoven, Virginia Woolf, and F. Scott Fitzgerald. There will also be live music and customized love poems in the ballroom and plenty of cocktails and dining options.
When: Feb. 15-17
Where: Historic Denver Coliseum
This fun, family-friendly show will feature performers from 22 countries, special effects, elephants, and even jugglers seen on America’s Got Talent. There will also be a special kids’ zone with pony rides, a bouncy house, face-painting, and more.
Saturday, February 16
When: Feb. 16
Where: Summit Music Hall
This experiential dance party originated in Los Angeles and will feature DJs spinning the tunes of your favorite indie rock and dance artists.
When: Feb. 16
Where: Think 360 Arts
Through watching various films, attendees will discuss themes of “identity, criminalization, & survivorship” at this free event.
Sunday, February 17
When: Feb. 17
Where: Denver Museum of Nature & Science
This family-friendly event starts with a dinner at the museum followed by planetarium shows. If weather permits, you’ll be able to see the stars through telescopes, create special crafts, and even enjoy the hot chocolate bar.
What are your plans for this weekend? Did we miss any important events on our list? Let us know in the comments.