Here's what's happening in Northern Colorado this June!
June 2nd – The Taste of Louisville
“An opportunity to taste the “Quality of Life” in Louisville. Come and enjoy excellent food served by our fine restaurants, craft booths, kids entertainment and informational booths from local merchants. You won’t want to miss the Louis-Palooza, which features local bands performing at the Steinbaugh Pavilion. The Louisville Farmer’s Market will be also be open during the Taste!” More Info!
June 8th to June 10th – The Taste of Fort Collins
“The Taste of Fort Collins is a Northern Colorado Tradition – a community celebration with family-friendly activities that are perfect for Northern Coloradans’ active lifestyle. Taste of Fort Collins continues to benefit the Eyeopeners Kiwanis Club of Fort Collins Foundation in its charitable activities in the community. This three-day festival offers attendees food from local and national restaurants, entertainment from regionally and internationally acclaimed musicians, and an eclectic display of fine artisans work as well as the region’s best crafters.” More Info!
June 9th to August 12th – Colorado Shakespeare Festival: Boulder
“A summer of love and ambition under the stars kicks off June 9. Epic love stories, family dramas and laugh-out-loud fun are coming to the Colorado Shakespeare Festival this summer. On the heels of its wildly successful 60th season, the nation's second-oldest Shakespeare festival is set to focus on hidden gems and modern classics in 2018.” Tickets & More Info!
June 16th – 1940’s WWII Era Ball: Boulder
“This summer marks a milestone anniversary for this annual sell-out destination event, as the 1940’s WWII Era Ball celebrates its 10th year of transporting guests back to simpler times through music, costumes, a pin-up girl contest, food, drinks, and dancing. Returning for this momentous occasion is the world’s most popular and sought-after big band, the Glenn Miller Orchestra. Swing dancers will heat up the dance floor under a canopy of movie set lights while cigarette girls hand out rations. Attendees will have the opportunity to have their photos taken with WWII planes and military vehicles, stop by Casablanca's Rick's Café, mingle with WWII re-enactors, and dance the night away, all while enjoying top entertainment from the era.” Tickets & More Info!
June 17th – Father’s Day 5K: Fort Collins
“The 21st Annual Father’s Day 5k is back and better than ever with all new venue and course at the Foothills Mall in midtown Fort Collins. Come out and celebrate all the Dads in your life with a family friendly 5k followed by a post-race party filled with local beer, good food, and live music!” Registration & More Info!
June 22nd to June 24th – Colorado Brewers’ Festival: Fort Collins
The 29th edition of the award-winning Colorado Brewers’ Festival returns to Downtown Fort Collins on June 22nd, 23rd, and 24th, 2018! The weekend festivities feature 150+ Colorado beers, 40+ Colorado breweries, food vendors, artisan exhibitors and 10+ hours of live music on the Choice Organics Stage in Washington Park!” More Info!
June 22nd to June 24th – Scandinavian Midsummer Festival: Estes Park
“In the heart of historic Downtown Estes Park, at the intersection of Elkhorn (the main street) and MacGregor Avenues, the Midsummer Festival has celebrated our cultural heritage for over 25 years. Be inspired by the rich cultural heritage of Scandinavia. 80+ Artisans, organizations, and performers share our cultural heritage through food, crafts, demonstrations, and entertainment.” More Info!
June 30th – Lyons Good Old Days Festival
“The Lyons Good Old Days Celebration is an occasion to celebrate the rich history of the town and enjoy the people, places and activities that makes Lyons such a special community. Good Old Days is a longstanding, highly anticipated outdoor community event that has it all including live music on the main stage, Food & Beer Garden, car show, and a weekend full of local talent and entertainment. And don't miss the Lyons River Run 5K, which kicks off the festivities! Free!” More Info!