Hundreds of hungry patrons descended on Fiddler’s Green Amphitheater in Denver this Saturday for the Sabroso Craft Beer, Taco and Music Festival. The festival has been an annual Southern California staple for the past five years but — lucky for us — it hit the road this year. Sabroso’s itinerary was foolproof. The day began with tacos from local vendors like Illegal Pete’s and North of the Border Grill as well as dozens of beer selections from Avery Brewing, Crooked Stave, Great Divide, Epic and many more. After filling up on tacos and beer, the crowd enjoyed the music of popular punk rock bands — Pennywise and The Offspring — as they closed out the weekend festivities. While many attendees donned simple jeans and t-shirts, there were plenty of outfits that stood out from the crowd. From edgy punk rock ensembles to bright sundresses and everywhere in between, there was no shortage of eclectic fashion at this festival. Below are some of our favorite looks from the weekend.
Kim and Rob embraced the punk look with combat boots and a kilt.
Emily Sumner looked casual yet put-together in a belted denim dress she found at Costco.
Sarah Kruse customized her jeans by adding cloth sections between the denim.
Taylor Peterson wore her favorite comfy concert dress which contrasted nicely with the punk rock vibe.
Koya Nyangi loves African-inspired fashion and paired her flowy jumpsuit with a chunky handmade necklace and a purse she made herself.
Kayla Whittley grew up in a small town and has always expressed herself through style. “I really like the punk style, it makes me feel like myself.”
Perri Polasek is a teacher who loves to bargain hunt. She paired black jeans with a blush blouse and floral shawl to create a perfect festival look.
Phalisia Boothe rocked a modern punk look with an embellished jacket and ripped jeans.
Stix works for Pennywise and enjoyed the entertainment with his wife, Charmaine Stattman. “Just grateful to be here enjoying some really good music,” said Stattman.
Dani Weyman loves wearing jumpsuits to concerts because they’re cute and comfortable. She enjoyed the music with her sister, Hannah, and her parents.
Hannah Weyman contrasted her dark jeans with a white denim jacket that she borrowed from her mom.
Hilliary Lucido is a hair and makeup artist who loves the post-punk goth look and only wears black.
All photography by Mark Tepsic