Boulder Creek Festival, Space Orphan, Beer and So Much More
With the weather heating up and summer vacations vast approaching, this week in Boulder is filled to the brim with events and activities for everyone. Kicking off the week Boulder will host the famous Bolder Boulder 10K run, followed by music by DeadSet Colorado, Joe Johnson Music, and more. Monday will also mark the last day of the Boulder Creek Festival where you can enjoy music from Space Orphan, local foods and craft beer, and so much more. Here are a few of this week’s highlights to get you started:
Bolder Boulder 10K run kicks off at 6:50am and will conclude around 11:45 am; celebrate the racers and the community by stopping on over to the Boulder Creek Festival’s last day in downtown Boulder. Located in Central Park, the festival opens at 11am and will wrap up around 5pm. If you’re looking to relax, treat yourself to an hour of FREE Slow Flow Yoga at Prana—located at the corner of Broadway and Pearl, this one hour free yoga class goes from 12pm-1pm.
If you’re looking to let your inner kid out, join the Dark Horse bar on Baseline Rd for their weekly 21+ Trike Race! With drinks specials flowing, and the Dark Horse’s custom trike out and ready, get back into your work week with some fun. Activities begin at 10pm.
The Boulder Wednesday Farmers Market will have music, local eats, and beer by breweries like Twisted Pine, Sanitas Brewing, Upslope and more; centrally located on 13th st the market will run from 4pm-8pm.
Marking the weekend in full glow-paint fashion, Deviant Spirits presents their “Dance Till You Glow: 80s Night!” Party; complete with black lights, body painting and body paint artists, hookah lounge, and of course nonstop dance till you drop live music by local producers and musicians. Come dressed in your best 80s blacklight reactive gear, paint will be provided—the earlier you get there the better. Get out and shake it Boulder, the event begins at 6pm and will conclude around 2am, located at 2480 49th St Unit E in Boulder with free entry—there’s something for everyone.