10 things to do for $10 in Denver this weekend (7 free!), June 28-30
Whether it's laughter, beers or dancing you're after this weekend (and really, you should be looking for all three), Denver has them in abundance. And you won't have to shell out lots of money for fun events that range from a comedy show to a beer fest to a Solstice dance party: We've rounded up ten that each cost under $10, and seven are completely free! To find more upcoming events, visit the Westword calendar, and feel free to share more bargain entertainment options in our comments section.
- Temple Grandin on her new book, the autistic brain and the danger of DSM diagnoses
- Mother Dolores Hart, "The nun who kissed Elvis," on fame and loving Les Miserables
- Comedian Rusty Z discusses his history in hypnotism -- and puts me under
Clips Beer and Film Tour at Twenty Ninth Street Mall (Friday, free)
Sample beer -- $1.25 for a three-ounce cup -- while you watch films created by New Belgium fans tonight. The brewery will offer all sorts of esoteric beer selections for you to sip on while you watch the short movies and support Community Cycles with your brew purchases.
Untitled #58 at the Denver Art Museum (Friday, $10)
Nick Cave's Soundsuit performance at the Denver Art Museum is totally sold out, but you can still see a live stream of what's sure to be a unique performance at tonight's Untitled event: Getup. And while you won't be able to get up close and personal with Cafe, you'll be able to get a tour of Western wear, sing karaoke and see an art-inspired fashion collection from Mona Lucero.
Final Friday at MegaFauna (Friday, $5 donation)
MegaFauna's monthly art-and-music showcase is sure to be a blast tonight, with performances by bands like We Are Audible and Reverb and The Verse, as well as food vendors. This RiNo block party will be a giant bash, and another chance to walk around the community and discover the fine array of local businesses popping up.
Galactic Summer Solstice Butterfly Princess Party at Glob (Saturday, donations)
Saturday night Glob will transform into a Galactic Summer Solstice Butterfly Princess Party to raise money for the fifth year of music Titwrench, complete with a kissing booth. With music from DJs and Talk All Night, you can dance the night away while helping the lady-oriented festival continue to bring an impeccable selection of female-identified music acts to Denver this year.
Aurora Arts Festival at Fletcher Plaza (Saturday, free)
To get your festival fix this weekend, don't miss the Aurora Arts Festival. The annual celebration of the arts will be bigger and better than ever, with craft activities, games, live music, free dance classes and lots more summer fun.