An experience for your mind, body and soul. July 15, during the Wanderlust Festival in Denver. (Courtesy Wanderlust)
Here are a few of our favorites events – hundreds actually – where you’ll find fun this summer around Colorado:
– Larkspur – Colorado Renaissance Festival: Flash back to the 16th Century and journey through a medieval city. Saturdays and Sundays, through July 30, Larkspur.
– Durango – Music in the Mountains Classical Music Festival: With musicians of the highest caliber. Through July 30, Durango.
– Vail – Bravo! Vail Music Festival: Celebrating 30 Years of Music in the Mountains. Through Aug. 4, Vail.
– Pueblo – Festival Fridays: Music, cocktails and food. Through Aug. 11, Sangre de Cristo Arts and Conference Center, Pueblo.
– Boulder – Colorado Shakespeare Festival: Go online for a list of plays. through Aug. 13, University of Colorado Boulder, Boulder.
– Steamboat Springs – Strings Music Festival: Jazz, rock, country, bluegrass and more. Through Aug. 20, Steamboat Springs.
– Aspen – Aspen Music Festival and School: More than 400 events and featuring its signature wide variety of musical works, periods and performers. Through Aug. 20.
– Frederick – Chainsaws and Chuckwagons: Masterful chainsaw carvers, music and food trucks. July 21-22, downtown, Frederick.
– Telluride – Telluride Americana Music Festival & Songwriters Showcase: July 21-22, Sheridan Opera House, Telluride.
– Telluride – Yoga Festival: Meditation, music, hiking, dining, social gatherings and more. July 21-23, Telluride.
– Littleton – Turkey Leg and Wine Hoedown: Turkey bowling, live music, tubing in the lazy river and great food. A strange and wonderful family event. July 21 and 22, Littleton.
– Manassa – Pioneer Days: An event over 100 years strong with carnival rides, food, parade and more. July 22, Manassa.
– Arvada – Arvada on Tap – A Craft Beer and BBQ Fest: July 22, Ralston Park Addition, Arvada.
– Golden – VegFest Colorado: Health and environmental fair supporting a vegan lifestyle. July 22 and 23, Jefferson County Fairgrounds, Golden.
– Salida – Art Festival: 2D and 3D art. July 22 and 23, Salida.
– Durango – Fiesta Days: Parade, rodeos and more. July 22-30, Durango.
– Longmont – Fine Arts & Music Festival: July 25 and 26, Roosevelt Park, Longmont.
– Crested Butte – Crested Butte Wine and Food Festival: With more than 500 wines from 25 wineries and distributors. July 26-30, Crested Butte.
– Delta – Deltarado Days: Street fair, parade, music and more. July 27-30, Delta.
– Denver – Denver Summer Brew Fest: Sample more than 100 brews. July 28 and 29, Mile High Station, Denver.
– Mancos – Mancos Days: Parade, games, fishing derby, vendors. July 28-30, Mancos.
– Lyons – RockyGrass: Originally founded by Bill Monroe, the father of bluegrass, this festival is known internationally as one of the great traditional bluegrass festivals. July 28-30, Planet Bluegrass Ranch, Lyons.
– Wray – Wray Daze: Rubber duck race, mud volleyball, horseshoes and more. July 28-30, Wray.
– Carbondale – Mountain Fair Festival: More than 145 vendors, music and more. July 28-30, Carbondale.
– Colorado Springs – Blues Under the Bridge: Enjoy the music of Blind Boys of Alabama at a unique spot. July 29, under the bridge, 218 W. Colorado Ave.
Colorado Springs – African Drumming and Dance Festival and Fashion Extravaganza: July 29, Colorado College, Armstrong Hall, Colorado Springs.
– Breckenridge – Food and Wine Festival: Main Street Station Plaza transforms into a charming mountain-side, vineyard with an array of varietals created by fine wineries. July 29, Breckenridge.
– Denver – Colorado Dragon Boat Festival: Take a trip to Asia, with exhibits, performances and dragon boat racing. July 29 and 30, Sloan’s Lake, Denver.
– Fairplay – Burro Days: Burro races, llama races, kiddies pack dog races, parades and more. July 29 and 30, Fairplay.
– Denver – Cheesman Park Art Fest: Currently ranked 4th in the nation for sales of classic & contemporary craft by Sunshine Artist Magazine in 2016. July 29 and 30, Denver.
– Keystone – Art Festival: With that one of a kind piece of art to always remind you of Keystone and your time in the mountains. July 29 and 30, Keystone.
– Copper Mountain – Mac and Cheese Fest: Enjoy indulgent, crafty, cheesy dishes as chefs battle it out for the yummiest most creative concoction. July 29 and 30, Copper Mountain.
– Vail – International Dance Festival: Celebration featuring ballet, modern dance and other genres. July 29-Aug. 12, Vail.
– Del Norte – Covered Wagon Days: Preserving our western ways. Aug. 3-6, Del Norte.
– Crestone – Crestone Music Festival: A family fun, affordable music festival. Aug. 4 and 5, Crestone.
– Alamosa – Beat the Heat BBQ, Brews and Chili Festival: A sanctioned Kansas City Barbecue Society and Rocky Mountain Barbecue Association State Championship event. Aug. 4 and 5, Cole Park, Alamosa.
– Telluride – Jazz Festival: Aug. 4-6, Town Park, Telluride.
– Snowmass – Colorado Scottish Festival: The only free Scottish Festival in Colorado. Aug. 4-6, Base Camp and The Mall, Snowmass.
– Leadville – Leadville Boom Days: Celebration of the Old West, with gunslingers, gold panning and more. Aug. 4-6, Leadville.
– Breckenridge – Main Street Art Festival: Ranked 65th in Sunshine Artist’s top 200 fine art festivals in 2016. Aug. 4-6, Breckenridge.
– Crested Butte – Crested Butte Arts Festival: Juried art exhibition, culinary demonstrations, music and more. Aug. 4-6, Elk Avenue, Crested Butte.
– Loveland – ARISE Music Festival: Music, yoga, camping, art, activism. Aug. 4-6, Sunrise Ranch, Loveland.
– South Fork – Rhythms on the Rio Music Festival: Music on the banks of the Rio Grande River. Aug. 4-6, South Fork.
– Craig – Moffat County Balloon Festival: Aug. 4-6, Loudy-Simpson Park, Craig.
– Woodland Park – Vino and Notes – A Wine, Food and Jazz Festival: Aug. 5, Woodland Station, Woodland Park.
– Winter Park – Beer Festival: Music, unlimited tastings and more. Aug. 5, Hideaway Park, Winter Park.
– Olathe – Sweet Corn Festival: Vendors, food, corn eating contest, music. Aug. 5, Olathe.
– Woodland Park – Mountain Arts Festival — Highlighting woodcarvers, photographers and more, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Aug. 5, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Aug 6, Woodland Park Public Library, 218 E. Midland Ave., Woodland Park and Ute Pass Cultural Center, 210 E. Midland Ave., Woodland Parkg.
– Keystone – Bluegrass and Beer Festival: With 100 brews from more than 40 breweries. Aug. 5 and 6, Keystone.
– Beaver Creek – Beaver Creek Art Festival: Local and national artists. Aug. 5 and 6, Beaver Creek.
– Aspen – Aspen Science Center Festival And Street Fair: Hands-on science demonstrations and ongoing science performers. Aug. 6, Paepcke Park, Aspen.
– Aspen – Red Brick Plein Air Festival: Celebrates the many Plein Air artists who call Colorado home. Aug. 6-13, downtown Aspen.
– Longmont – Boulder County Brewers’ Festival: Aug. 7 and 8, Boulder County Fairgrounds, Longmont.
– Steamboat Springs – Steamboat Wine Festival: More than 100 food artisans, wineries, breweries, distilleries, epicurean purveyors, and locally-made products. Aug. 9-13, Steamboat Springs.
– Beaver Creek – Beaver Creek Wine and Spirits Festival: Presented by Wine Spectator. Aug. 10-13, Beaver Creek.
– Steamboat Springs – Steamboat Movement Festival: Consciously connecting though yoga, live music, and outdoor adventure. Aug. 10-13, Steamboat Springs.
– Hotchkiss – Farm to Fiddle Festival: For Artists, farmers and outdoor enthusiasts. Aug. 11 and 12, Delta County Fairgrounds, Hotchkiss.
– Wheat Ridge – Carnation Festival: Music, arts and craft show, fireworks and more. Aug. 11-13, Wheat Ridge.
– Fort Collins – Bohemian Nights at NewWestFest: Music festival. Aug. 11-13, downtown Fort Collins.
– Steamboat Springs – Steamboat All Arts Festival: Encompasses the rich culture of Steamboat’s visual, music, and performance arts. Aug. 11-13, Steamboat Springs.
– Copper Mountain – Guitar Town Festival: Guitar performances, workshops and repairs. Aug. 11-13, Copper Mountain.
– Cherry Creek North – Cherry Creek North Food Wine Festival: This event will satisfy the wine aficionado and the foodie in all of us. Aug. 12, Fillmore Plaza, Cherry Creek North.
– Old Town Arvada – Saturday Street Festivals: Live music, arts and craft booths, vendors and more. Aug. 12, Grandview Avenue, Old Town Arvada.
– Estes Park – Estes Park Wine Festival: More than 20 wineries, food and more. Aug. 12 and 13, Bond Park, Estes Park.
– Frisco – Aug. 12 and 13: Main Street to the Rockies Art Festival: Frisco.
– La Veta – Hujatolla Heritage Festival: Honoring the Hispanic and Native American culture through art, music, food, dance, and education. Aug. 12 and 13, Town Park, La Veta.
– Buena Vista – Gold Rush Days: Celebrate mining history with vendors, food, music and beer garden. Aug. 12 and 13, McPhelemy Park, Buena Vista.
– Ridgway – Ridgway Rendezvous Arts and Crafts Festival: Up to 140 vendors, food, music and more. Aug. 12 and 13, Hartwell Park.
– Fairplay – Living History Days: Gunfighters, people dressed in period costume, tours of local buildings. Aug. 12 and 13, South Park City Museum, Fairplay.
– Colorado Springs – Replay America the Ultimate 80s Festival: With Billy Ocean, Taylor Dayne, Starship featuring Mickey Thomas, The Motels featuring Martha Davis and Naked Eyes. Aug. 16, The Broadmoor World Arena, Colorado Springs.
– Telluride – Telluride Mushroom Fest: Learn all that mushrooms have to offer the world. Aug. 17-20, Sheridan Opera House, Telluride.
– Palisades – Peach Festival: Peach pies, peach ice cream, peach preserves, peach salsa, peach brandy, peach wine. Aug. 18 and 19, downtown Palisade.
– Keystone – Mountain Town Music Festival: A celebration of all things Colorado. Warm summer days, live music and more. Aug. 19, Keystone.
– Lyons – Rocky Mountain Folks Festival: The world’s most inspired songwriters share their songs and stories. Aug. 18-20, Lyons.
– Copper Mountain – Genuine Jazz and Wine Festival: One of a kind, fan based experience with jazz music and samples some of the countries’ best wines. Aug. 18-20, Copper Mountain.
– Greenwood Village – Jeff & Larry’s Backyard BBQ Festival: Jeff Foxworthy and Larry the Cable Guy with Eddie Money, Foghat, Aug. 19, Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre, Greenwood Village.
– Boulder – Boulder Craft Beer Fest: Samples of Boulder’s best beer, food, music and more. Aug. 19.
– Aurora – Global Fest: Flavors, cultural experiences and artistic expression from around the world. Aug. 19, Aurora Municipal Center, Great Lawn, Aurora.
– Old Town Lafayette – Peach Festival: Peach pies, cobblers and smoothies, vendors, crafters, antique dealers. Aug. 19, Old Town Lafayette.
– Mancos – Mancos Valley Summer BrewFest: Aug. 19, Cottonwood Park. Mancos.
– Elizabeth – Elizabeth Music & Arts Festival: Aug. 19 and 20, Main Street, Elizabeth.
– Colorado Springs – Pikes Peak Run Fest: Running and trail organizations, music, food and more. Aug. 19 and 20, Pioneers Museum, Colorado Springs.
– Aspen – MountainSummit: Mountainfilm documentary film festival. Aug. 23-27, Wheeler Opera House, Aspen.
– Denver – High Plains Comedy Festival: T.J. Miller, “My Favorite Murder Live” and more. Aug. 24-26, Paramount Theatre, Denver.
– Boulder – Tour de Fat: Beer, bike and music festival. Aug. 25, Boulder Theater, Boulder, $15-$20. Advance tickets.
– Loveland – Old Fashioned Corn Roast Festival: Parade, corn shucking competition and corn eating contest. Aug. 25 and 26, downtown Loveland.
– Copper Mountain – Cider Circus Festival: Sample craft ciders and brews while enjoying jugglers, mimes, clowns and acrobats. Aug. 25 and 26, Copper Mountain.
– Nederland – Nedfest: Outdoor music, arts and microbrew event. Aug. 25-27, Nederland.
– Colorado Springs – Colorado Springs International Dragon Boat Festival: Full day of dragon boat races. Aug. 26, Prospect Lake, Memorial Park, 1605 E. Pikes Peak Ave.
– Colorado Springs – Steers and Beers Brew and Whiskey Fest: Hundreds of brews and whiskeys to sample, Aug. 26, Antlers hotel, Colorado Springs. Advance tickets available online.
– Colorado Springs – Colorado Springs Dance Theater Wine Festival: 5:30-7:30 p.m., 1715 N. Cascade Ave., $50, $90 per couple. Advance tickets available online.
– Durango – San Juan Brewfest: More than 50 breweries, live music and more. Aug. 26, downtown Durango.
– Denver – Tour de Fat: Beer, bike and music festival. Aug. 26, National Western Complex, Denver, $25. Advance tickets available online.
– Colorado Springs – Tour de Fat: Beer, bike and music festival. Aug. 26, Pikes Peak Center, 190 S. Cascade Ave., $18. Advance tickets available online.
– Buena Vista – King Boletus Mushroom Festival: Learn how to identify and cook wild mushrooms. Aug. 26, Buena Vista Heritage Museum, Buena Vista.
– Vail – Crazy Mountain Brewery’s Ed Fest: Celebration of artistic expression of craft beer, food and music. Aug. 26.
– Gunnision – Blue Mesa Beach Bash: Take place on Colorado’s largest body of water. Aug. 26, Blue Mesa Reservoir, Gunnison.
– Trinidad – Trinidaddio Blues Fest: Aug. 26, Central Park, Trinidad.
– Glendale – Bruises and Brews Festival: Beer and rugby. They are better together. Aug. 26, Infinity Park, Glendale.
– Telluride – Film Festival: Celebration of film, community, and creativity. Aug. 30-Sept. 4, Telluride.
– Steamboat Springs – Yampa Valley Crane Festival: Celebrates the majestic Greater Sandhill Cranes as they migrate through the Yampa Valley. Aug. 31-Sept. 3, Steamboat Springs.
– Pagosa Springs – Four Corners Folk Festival: Los Lobos, Bela Fleck & Abigail Washburn, Sarah Jarosz and more. Sept. 1-3, Pagosa Springs.
– Aspen – Jazz Aspen Snowmass Labor Day Experience: Maroon Five, Keith Urban and more. Sept. 1-3, Aspen.
– Lake City – OHV Rally and Festival: All OHV vehicles will be allowed into historic downtown, on designated streets. Sept. 1-3, Lake City.
– Denver – Taste of Colorado: With more than 50 of Coloradans’ favorite restaurants. Sept. 1-4, Civic Center Park, Denver.
– Steamboat Springs – Wild West Air Fest: Nationally renowned pilots perform aerobatics and formation flying. Sept. 2, Steamboat Springs.
– Salida – Wine Fest: Celebrates the vintages of Colorado wineries in Salida. Sept. 2, Riverside Park, Salida.
– Alamosa – Early Iron Festival: Vintage car show with more than 500 vehicles. Sept. 2, Cole Park, Alamosa.
– Fort Collins – Tour de Fat: Beer, bikes and music festival. Sept. 2, Civic Center Park, Fort Collins, $25. Advance tickets available online.
– Colorado Springs – Labor Day Liftoff: Balloon Classic and Balloon Glow. Sept. 2-4, Memorial Park, Colorado Springs.
– Manitou Springs – Commonwheel Co-op’s Labor Day Art and Craft Festival: Art, music and more. Sept. 2-4, Memorial Park, Manitou Springs.
– Windsor – Harvest Festival and Balloon Rally: Vendors, balloon launch and more. Sept. 2-4, Windsor.
– Boulder – Pizza and Pints Festival Tour: Pizza, beer, live music, and lawn games. Sept. 4, Boulder.
– Fairplay – Plein Air Arts Celebration: Sept. 5-9, Fairplay.
– Estes Park – Longs Peak Scottish-Irish Highland Festival: There will be jousting, piping, a parade and more. Sept. 7-10, Estes Fairgrounds and Event Center, Estes Park.
– New Castle – Burning Mountain Festival: Parade, music, vendors and more. Sept. 8 and 9, Burning Mountain Park, New Castle.
– Snowmass Village – Balloon Festival: One of the highest-altitude balloon events in the country. Sept. 8-10, Snowmass.
– Colorado Springs — What If…Festival of Innovation and Imagination: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sept. 9, downtown Colorado Springs.
– Buena Vista – Apple Fest: Apple bobbing, pie contests, tours and more. Sept. 9, Turner Farm, Buena Vista.
– Cortez – Harvest Beer Festival: Music, food, kid’s activities and more. Sept. 9, Parque de Vida, Cortez.
– Greeley – Potato Day: Living history demonstration, music and baked potatoes. Sept. 9, Centennial Village Museum, Greeley.
– La Junta – Early Settlers Day: Beer garden, street dance, vendors and more. Sept. 9, City Park, La Junta.
– Crested Butte – Chili and Beer Fest: Locally made chili, craft beer and live music. Sept. 9, Crested Butte.
– Lafayette – Lafayette Brew Fest: Explore craft/micro beers one pour at a time. Sept. 9, Lafayette.
– Castle Rock – Colorado Artfest: Juried fine arts show with artists from across the country. Sept. 9 and 10, downtown Castle Rock.
– Salida – Fiber Festival: Find everything you need to stay warm and fashionable this winter. Sept. 9 and 10, Riverside Park, Salida.
– Lakewood – Festival Italiano at Belmar: Italian food, wine, and artisan vendors. Sept. 9 and 10, Lakewood.
– Salida – Bike Festival: Group rides, bike films, chainless race, bike parade. Sept. 14-17, Salida.
– Penrose – Fremont County Air Show: Fly-ins, parachute demonstrations and more, Sept. 16, Fremont County Airport, Penrose.
– Broomfield – Broomfield Days Community Festival: Parade, food, vendors and more. Sept. 16, Midway Park, Broomfield.
– Littleton – Summerset Festival: Attracts more than 20,000 festival-goers each year. Sept. 16 and 17, Littleton.
– Palisade – Colorado Mountain Winefest: It’s the state’s largest and oldest wine festival. Sept. 14-17, Palisade.
– Aspen – Ruggerfest: 50th anniversary celebration. Sept. 14-17, Aspen.
– Colorado Springs – Holly Berry House Folk Art Festival: 165 juried artisans from across the United States. Sept. 15-17, Rock Ledge Ranch, Colorado Springs.
– Pagosa Springs – ColorFest: Hot air balloons, music, beer, wine, food and more. Sept. 15-17, Pagosa Springs.
– Telluride – Telluride Blues and Brews Festival: Beer, music and more. Sept. 15-17, Telluride.
– Lake City – Uncorked Wine and Music Festival: Music wine and food. Sept. 16, downtown Lake City.
– Frederick – Miners Day: Parade, vendors, music and more. Sept. 16, Crist Park, Frederick.
– Northglenn – Pirate Fest: A whole day o’ pirate ruckus. Sept. 16, Northglenn.
– Grand Lake – Constitution Week: Celebrates the signing of the Constitution with week long events. Sept. 17-23, Grand Lake.
– Breckenridge – Film Festival: Sept. 21-24, Breckenridge.
– Greenwood Village – High Elevation Rock Festival: Sept. 22 and 23, Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre, Greenwood Village.
– Pueblo – Chile & Frijoles Festival: Music‚ arts and crafts‚ cooking competitions and chilies‚ chilies‚ chilies. Sept. 22-24, Union Avenue, Pueblo.
– Manitou Springs – Heritage Brew Festival: VIP entry at noon, 1-5 p.m., Memorial Park, 502 Manitou Ave., Manitou Springs, $30-$32. Advance tickets: 685-1454.
– Monument – Bines and Brews Beer Fest: 1-5 p.m., Limbach Park, 151 Front St., Monument, $10-$25. Advance tickets available online.
– Ridgway – SNEFFELS Fiber Arts Festival: Fiber vendors, food, workshops, classes, demonstrations. Sept. 23 and 24, Ridgway.
– Calhan -El Paso County Fair: Through July 22, El Paso County Fairgrounds, Calhan.
– Pueblo – Pueblo County Fair: Through July 23, Colorado State Fairgrounds, Pueblo.
– Eagle – Eagle County Fair and Rodeo: July 21-22, Eagle.
– Poncha Springs – Chaffee County Fair: July 21-31, Chaffee County Fairgrounds, Poncha Springs.
– Montrose – Montrose County Fair and Rodeo: July 21-30, Montrose.
– Greeley – Weld County Fair: July 22-31, Weld County Fairgrounds, Greeley.
– Grand Junction – Mesa County Fair: July 25-29, Mesa County Fairgrounds, Grand Junction.
– Aurora – Arapahoe County State Fair: July 27-30, Arapahoe County Fairgrounds, Aurora.
– Cortez – Montezuma County Fair: July 28, Aug. 5, Montezuma County Fairgrounds, Cortez.
– Longmont – Boulder County Fair: The oldest fair in Colorado. July 28-Aug. 6, Longmont.
– Cañon City – Fremont County Fair: July 29-Aug. 6, Cañon City.
– Rifle – Garfield County Fair and Rodeo: July 31-Aug. 6, Garfield County Fairgrounds, Rifle.
– Kiowa – Elbert County Fair: Aug. 1-6, Kiowa.
– Hotchkiss – Delta County Fair: Aug. 1-12, Delta County Fairgrounds, Hotchkiss.
– Brighton – Adams County Fair: Aug. 2-6, Adams County Regional Park Complex, Brighton.
– Castle Rock – Douglas County Fair and Rodeo: Aug. 3-6, Castle Rock.
– Sterling – Logan County Fair: Aug. 3-13, Sterling.
– Pagosa Springs – Archuleta County Fair and Rodeo: Aug. 4-6, Pagosa Springs.
– Loveland – Larimer County Fair and Rodeo: Aug. 4-8, The Ranch, Loveland.
– Kremmling – Grand County Middle Park Fair and Rodeo: Aug. 4-13, Kremmling.
– Yuma – County Fair: Aug. 5-9, Yuma.
– Hotchkiss – Delta County Fair and Rodeo: Aug. 5-12, Hotchkiss.
– Monte Vista – San Luis Valley Fair: Aug. 5-12, Monte Vista.
– Hugo – Lincoln County Fair and Rodeo: Aug. 5-12, Hugo.
– Craig – Moffat County Fair: Aug. 7-12, Craig.
– Durango – La Plata County Fair: Aug. 9-13, La Plata County Fairgrounds, Durango.
– Erie – Air Fair: Displays of unique aircraft, music, vendors and more. Aug. 12, Municipal Airport, Erie.
– Rocky Ford – Arkansas Valley Fair: Aug. 16-20, Rocky Ford Fairgrounds, Rocky Ford.
– Hayden – Routt County Fair: Aug. 17-20, Hayden.
– Black Hawk – Gilpin County Fair: Aug. 19 and 20, Fairgrounds, Black Hawk.
– Pueblo – Colorado State Fair: Aug. 25-Sept. 4, Colorado State Fairgrounds, Pueblo.
– Lake City – Colorfest Arts and Crafts Fair: Sept. 19, downtown Lake City.
– Creede – ChuteOut Rodeo: Bull Riding Barrel Racing Series. Wednesdays,throughJuly 26, Creede.
– Pagosa Springs – Pagosa Night Rodeo: Thursdays,throughJuly 27, Western Heritage Event Center Arena & Grounds, Pagosa Springs.
– Durango – True West Rodeo: Wednesdays, through Aug. 1, La Plata County Fairgrounds, Durango.
– Beaver Creek – Beaver Creek Rodeo: Thursdays,throughAug. 10, Beaver Creek Rodeo Grounds, Beaver Creek.
– Fraser – High Country Stampede Rodeo: Saturdays, through Aug. 12, John Work Arena, Fraser.
– Carbondale – Wild West Rodeo Series: Thursdays through Aug. 17, Gus Darien Riding Area, Carbondale.
– Snowmass – Snowmass Rodeo: Wednesdays, through Aug. 23, Snowmass Rodeo Grounds, Snowmass Village.
– Akron – Eastern Colorado Round-Up Carnival and Rodeo: July 25-29, Washington County Fairgrounds, Akron.
– Monte Vista – Ski-Hi Stampede Rodeo: July 27-30, Ski Hi Park, Monte Vista.