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Denver’s Biggest Events for July 2023

 (June 21–July 2, 2023) – This outrageous musical comedy follows the adventures of a mismatched pair of missionaries, sent halfway across the world to spread the Good Word.

Cherry Creek Arts Festival  (July 1–3) – This beloved annual community tradition has been a part of the cultural fabric of Denver for more than three decades. Some 150,000 visitors enjoy more than 250 of the nation’s top juried visual artists, curated exhibits, performing and culinary arts, and art activities for the whole family.

¡Viva! Streets Denver (July 9 and Aug. 6) – From 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., a 3.5-mile street closure will provide a safe space for all to walk, bike, roll and scoot separately from motorized vehicles. The street closure will include Broadway at Lincoln and Alameda to Welton where it intersects Downing. In addition, Taste of Colorado at ¡Viva! Streets will take place in Civic Center Park and along 14th Street between Broadway and Bannock. Similar to past years, there will be live music, food trucks, marketplace vendors, a beer garden, kids activities and sponsor activations.

Taste of Colorado at ¡Viva! Streets Denver  (July 9) – This reformatted annual festival will take place over three Sundays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. in Civic Center Park to celebrate diverse food, music and culture.

Cirque du Soleil – Kooza  (July 5–Aug. 13, 2023) – Kooza combines acrobatic performance and the art of clowning while exploring fear, identity, recognition and power.

Colorado Black Arts Festival  (July 7–9, 2023) – Celebrate African American art and culture. It’s a Colorado experience like no other in historic Denver City Park West.

Taylor Swift  (July 14–15, 2023) – See the Eras Tour live with Muna and Gracie Abrams!