Denver Happenings March 2023
Just like that, it’s March! Spring and Summertime are just around the corner,
but don’t miss out on some of next month’s Denver-Colorado must-do’s!
Especially the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade!
Nathaniel Ratliff: March 3rd-4th, 2023
In 1973, singer-songwriter Harry Nilsson released an album of standards from the Great American Songbook, an adventurous and unprecedented move for someone at the height of their powers in the rock era. The album, A Little Touch of Schmilsson in the Night
, takes listeners on a narrative arc through infatuation, courting, marriage, separation, and the inevitable slide into old age. This March in celebration of its 50th Anniversary, Denver singer and songwriter Nathaniel Rateliff breathes new life into this classic album alongside the Colorado Symphony, blending his folk, Americana, and vintage rhythm & blues influences with Nilsson’s classic tribute to the Golden Age of American music.
Polar Plunge and 5K: March 5th, 2023
Come out to Wash Park at Franklin and Mississippi and run, plunge or do both in support of Colorado’s Special Olympics Athletes! By signing up you get you get a either a t-shirt or an exclusive runner’s only gift! Make sure that if you want to plunge you sign up for both!
Denver Restaurant Week: March 3rd-12th 2023
Enjoy this ten-day culinary celebration where hundreds of Denver restaurants come together providing multi-course menus for a set price! Best week ever!
Denver Art Museum Free Day: March 14th, 2023
Engage with art, explore onsite activities, and experience exhibitions on view all while enjoying free admission! Advance ticket reservations are encouraged.
Denver March POWWOW: March 17th-19th, 2023
At the Denver March Powwow, there are more than 170 booths selling a variety of Native American artworks and products. Browse jewelry and blankets, pottery and beadwork from some of the nation’s most skilled Indian craftsman. Try Native American foods such as fry bread and Indian tacos, or buy an authentic Cheyenne arrow or a Sioux Tomahawk. The Denver March Powwow is a welcoming glimpse into a fascinating part of North American culture.
Frozen Dead Guy Days: March 17th-19th, 2023
Frozen Dead Guy Days, one of Colorado’s most beloved annual events for more than 20 years, is kicking off a new chapter in Estes Park. Taking place over St. Patrick’s Day weekend on March 17-19, 2023, the reborn Frozen Dead Guy Days will feature live music and entertainment all weekend long, and will be held at the Estes Park Events Complex and The Stanley Hotel, with satellite events occurring around town. Festival goers can expect the weird and wonderful happenings from years past, including coffin races and a polar plunge, as well as plenty of new and elevated Estes twists, like a frostbite fashion show, roaming freak show acts, a Bands and Bloodys Sunday Brunch and more.
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