Crom West Comedy Festival & 4 Other Can’t Miss Events This Week

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Photo Courtesy of Crom West Comedy Festival

The event roundup for the upcoming week boasts a selection of choices that embody the eclectic and exciting spirit of Denver and the surrounding area. Come out to laugh with the roster of stacked talent at the Crom West Comedy Festival, or polish up your armor for the Colorado Medieval Festival (or leave it be…no one trusts a Knight in clean armor). If you’re in the mood for music (who isn’t?) stop by the 45th Annual People’s Fair, or snag yourself a ticket to see the breathtaking Celtic Women at the Buell Theatre. Whichever artistic affair tickles your fancy, this week is sure to leave no Coloradans wanting for more.

Crom West Comedy Festival

Photo Courtesy of Crom Comedy Festival
Photo Courtesy of Crom Comedy Festival

When: June 3, 8-11 p.m.

Where: Crossroads Theater, 2590 Washington St, Denver. Other locations listed here.

Cost: $15

Tickets: Available Here

The Low Down: Touring through Omaha, Atlanta, and Denver, the Crom Comedy Festival is a DIY tour run by comedians themselves. As self-proclaimed protectors of the punk rock spirit, the originators of this night of laughter urge attendees to remain positive, supportive, and to leave all bad vibes at the door.


45th Annual People’s Fair

When: June 4, 10 a.m.-8 p.m. & June 5, 10 a.m.-7 p.m.

Where: Civic Center Park, 101 W. 14th Ave., Denver

Price: Free

The Low Down: The Annual People’s Fair is a way for Coloradans to come together and celebrate community and creativity once a year. Produced by Capitol Hill United Neighborhoods, the People’s Fair is a volunteer-based cultural festival that benefits local nonprofit organizations. There will be live music, food, kids activities, vendors, and a live mural competition to bolster local youth empowerment, team building, and artistry.

Sweet & Lucky

When: May 17 – June 25, Mon-Fri 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Where: 4120 Brighton Blvd. #A20, Denver

Tickets: Available Here

The Low Down: Sweet & Lucky wastes no time ushering attendees into a unique and barrier-breaking experience. From an antique shop, attendees will follow performers through various detailed settings and witness a series of provocative and haunting flashbacks. It’s a fully-immersive experience for all the senses – especially those designed to enjoy first-rate cocktails at the end of the show.


Colorado Medieval Festival 

When: June 3, 12 p.m.-6 p.m., June 4, 10 a.m.-8 p.m., June 5, 12 p.m.-8 p.m.

Where: The Savage Woods, LLC, 1750 Savage Rd, Loveland Heights

Cost: $8

Tickets: Available Here

The Low Down: Your Renaissance Fair clothes can be given another chance to make an appearance at the Colorado Medieval Festival this weekend. There will be highlander games, craftsman, food, reenactments, and the chance to buy a new suit of armor or cloak for your favorite maiden.


Celtic Women: The Destiny Tour

When: May 31-June 1, 7 p.m.

Where: The Buell Theatre at Denver Performing Arts Complex, 1400 Curtis St, Denver

Cost: $45-$105

Tickets: Available Here

The Low Down: Celtic Women is an awe-inspiring performance that incorporates traditional and contemporary Irish music and dancing. The Destiny Tour is an 85-American-City tour, celebrating the troupe’s critically acclaimed 9th album release. Celebrate your Irish heritage (or pretend to be Irish for a night) during this enchanting event.


Mark Your Calendars

Colorado Pinball and Gamer Tournament

When: June 10-12, 

Where: Denver Marriott South at Park Meadows:  10345 Park Meadows Drive, Lone Tree

Cost: $15-$175; Kids 6 and under free

Tickets: Available Here


Golden Music Festival

When: June 10-12

Where: Clear Creek History Park, 1020 11th Street, Golden

Cost: $30 for 3 days; daily $15 in advance, $20 at the gate

Tickets: Available Here


RMCR Cocker Spaniel Showcase

When: June 11, 11 a.m.-2 p.m.

Where: Petco – Park Meadows, 9425 E. County Line Rd. Englewood

Cost: Free


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