By Alexander Kirk, Bobbi Sheldon, 9 News || Colorado’s signature Labor Day weekend festival is set to return with a new downtown-wide format. The “reimagined” A Taste of Colorado will be held Saturday, Sept. 4 to Monday, Sept. 6 at locations across downtown Denver.
“We’re not going to be in Civic Center Park this year. We’re going to be along the 16th Street Mall right here in the Denver Pavilions, which is on Glenarm Plaza,” said Sharon Alton with the Downtown Denver Partnership (DDP).
Now in its 38th year, the festival was canceled in 2020 due to the pandemic, but will be back with attractions celebrating local art, music and culture.
“Taste of Colorado is a well-loved tradition that spans generations,” said Alton. “We’re proud to bring Taste back as we emerge from the pandemic, this year in a new format that will be a true celebration of our city’s culture and everything that our city’s artists, musicians, and restauranteurs have to offer. Never has it been more important to highlight all things local, and we can’t wait to do just that alongside our community over Labor Day Weekend.”
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