Lot’s going on this October in Northern Colorado!


October 5th to 6th – Longmont Oktoberfest

“For the 7th year in a row, Longmont Oktoberfest is Longmont’s favorite fall gathering featuring national touring act and Red Rocks headliner JJ Grey and Mofro, 10+ breweries, local food, and games for all ages. Ranked as a “Must Visit Oktoberfest” by DRAFT magazine, Longmont Oktoberfest celebrates the summer’s transition to fall on October 5th and 6th at Roosevelt Park. Pull out your lederhosen and dirndls, grab a pretzel or brat, and don’t forget a pint from your favorite Longmont breweries while supporting Longmont charities. Prost!” Tickets & More Info!




October 5th to 7th – Adventure Film Festival: Boulder

“Join award-winning filmmakers, visionary conservationists, and the world’s foremost names in adventure at the 14th annual Adventure Film Festival & Street Fair at the Boulder Theater and Pearl Street Mall. Presented by Meridian Line, this three-day adventure immersion showcases a selection of 2018’s most critical and transformative independent films, featuring special guests and live performances. From ultramarathons to Inuit activism, folk rock to rock climbing, no two films have the same stripes—each is crafted to shift the way we view our world and ourselves.” Tickets & More Info!



October 13th to November 3rd – Día De Los Muertos Event & Exhibit:

Longmont “The Longmont Museum and Cultural Center, 400 Quail Rd., will be hosting their 18th Annual Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, exhibit Oct. 13 – Nov. 6 offering all guests FREE admission. The Longmont Museum’s Day of the Dead exhibit allows you to learn more about the cultural tradition of celebrating and honoring deceased loved ones by viewing community-made altars, participating in exhibition tours, seeing one of many music and dance performances and joining the Family Celebration on Saturday, Nov. 3.” More Info!



October 19th to 21st & 26th to 28th – Fear of the Dark Haunted House: Ft. Collins

“Chipper’s Lanes is proud to be presenting a true Fort Collins Haunted House. This is a limited run event. All ages are welcome, though the haunted house is not recommended for anyone under the age of 10.” More Info!




October 20th – Loveland Zombie Crawl

“Join us for the 6th Annual Loveland Zombie Crawl on the evening of Saturday, October 20th! It’s the time of year when the zombies inhabit the streets of downtown Loveland. The back patio of Loveland Aleworks will feature zombie dogs, decorations and treats. Gather your friends and get dressed up in your finest zombie attire. The event begins at Loveland Aleworks and proceeds throughout Downtown Loveland at participating locations.” More Info!



October 20th – Howl-O-Ween Trick or Treat: Greeley

“Head to Centennial Village Museum and harvest family fun and memories during the annual Howl-O-Ween trick or treat event. Try your hand at Halloween carnival games, check out the not-so-scary haunted house, trick or treat the historic structures, stop by booths and participate in the costume contest.  Admission is $2 per child, $3 per adult 18 and older. Children must be accompanied by an adult.”



October 27th – Rocky Mountain Craft Spirits Festival: Estes Park

“The Rocky Mountain region is home to a booming craft spirits industry.  Distillers and consumers of fine spirits are invited to celebrate this craft at a tasting festival in Estes Park, Colorado.  Admission includes a souvenir tasting glass, complimentary pours from a variety of distillers, bar games, and live music.  So raise a glass to raised standards, and make your plans for the last Saturday in October.” Tickets & More Info!


October 31st – Munchkin Masquerade: Boulder

“Each Halloween downtown Boulder is invaded by tiny ghosts & goblins, dinosaurs & dragons, fairies and princes, super heroes & animals of every size for trick-or-treating at local businesses along Pearl Street and throughout Downtown Boulder.” More Info!


Have a great month!