Colorado Springs Weekend Activities
Come check out the 2019 Artini it is the official community kickoff to this year’s Arts Month campaign.
This will be held on Friday, September 27th from 5:30-8:30PM at The Mining Exchange Hotel (and the adjacent Gold Room) in downtown Colorado Springs.
The Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region is hosting, the Artini is a FREE, community celebration with live entertainment on multiple stages, lots of mixing & mingling, and the opportunity to sample signature martinis created by some of the area’s top mixologists. Art + Martini = Artini!
5th Annual Heritage Brew Festival in beautiful Manitou Springs featuring 25 breweries and 3 bands.
Entertainment lineup: Skean Dubh, Red Mountain Boys and Colorado Floyd
For Tickets and more info Click Here
Revival vintage Market–
Come by for a Vintage Pop Up Market featuring vintage clothing, sustainable clothing, slow fashion, vintage home decor and goods, local artisan food, craft cocktails, good vibes and cool tunes!
Colorado Springs Marathon–
The Colorado Springs Marathon presented by Penrose-St. Francis, is a national running event that features a Full Marathon, Half Marathon, 5k & Kids K beginning & ending at Acacia Park in downtown Colorado Springs.
The course will showcase the city of Colorado Springs by taking runners on Wood Ave, Cascade Ave, Platte Ave, past the Fallen Fire Fighter Memorial, through America the Beautiful Park, Monument Valley Park, around Memorial Park, by the Olympic Training Center & through downtown.
This family friendly race is a premiere endurance running event, attracting people from all over the country. Organizers introduced a Full Marathon distance in 2016 for our more ambitious runners that is certified and a Boston qualifier!
Colorado Springs Oktoberfest–
Announcing Oktoberfest in Colorado Springs. Come to a lively weekend of Bavarian fun! Authentic German music, food, dancing and beverages will be featured.
Contests include German costumes, Stein Hoisting, Brat Eating and more. Paulaner Beer presents its famous beers— Hefeweizen; Premium Lager; Oktoberfest Marzen; and Salvator Double Bock.
The Colorado Springs Oktoberfest has many different points of interest with the largest and most significant being a 6,000 sq ft pole tent that houses a stage, dance floor, and beer festival tables. Music is continuous and there is always the OktoberFest vibe in the tent. Saturday and Sunday we’ll have German-made cars on display. Grab a pretzel and a beer.
Hope you all enjoy this weekend and get out there and have some fun!