Nothing to do in February?  Are you kidding?  This is just a small taste of everything that is available in the Denver Metro Area this February!  

Food and Drink

February Events

Kids DIY Pizza Party @ Denver Deep Dish

Date: February 11th
Time: 10am – 12pm
Location: Denver Deep Dish
Cost: $12 per person

Give your kids the pizza and watch as they make it! $12 gets you a kids pizza with up to 3 toppings, a kids drink, and 1 adult beverage. There are other drink specials available for other parents/family members. Their brunch runs from 10am-3pm with deep discounts and drink specials as well.

Vino Incanto Amore

Date: February 11th
Time: 6:30pm – 9:30pm
Location: Water’s Edge Winery
Cost: $130 per couple

Your evening will begin with emcee, Don Z – a close-up magician and mentalist, welcoming you to the winery. Don has prepared some amazing new magic that will blow your mind and leave you wondering what you just witnessed. You will be treated with a four-course aphrodisiac-centric meal, prepared with love by Charm 3 Café, paired with the perfect Waters Edge Wines while Don delights you and your date with his captivating style of magic. Don’t miss out on this unique evening that is sure to enchant and entice your Valentine this year!

Beer Pairing Dinner

Date: February 12th
Time: 5pm – 7:30pm
Location: Briar Common Brewery & Eatery
Cost: $55

Briar Common is thrilled to be hosting their first Beer Pairing Dinner! Their beer. Their food. Their dining room. They will prepare 5 courses, though you should expect some surprise pairings and tastings along the way! Their Brewer and their Chef will be available to answer any questions and to discuss the pairing philosophy. Cheers!

Tacos With Ratio

Date: February 14th
Time: 6pm – 8pm
Location: Ratio Beerworks
Cost: Free

Come and enjoy an endless taco and beer bar! From 6-8pm only, Comida and Ratio Beerworks are pairing up to host our bi-monthly meet up. Have an exclusive look at Ratio’s new brew for the Valentine’s Day season: Heart Beet. They’re graciously pouring this unique sour beer for free all night so you won’t want to miss it.

Denver Restaurant Week

Date: February 24th – March 5th
Time: Varies
Location: Participating Restaurants Across Denver
Cost: $30 per person, $60 for two

The 13th annual Denver Restaurant Week will take place from Feb. 24 – March 5, 2017. Hundreds of Denver’s top restaurants offer multi-course dinners for tasty prices.

Arts & Culture

February Events

Edible: Botanical Art Illustrations

Date: February 1st – February12th
Time: 9am – 5pm
Location: Denver Botanic Gardens
Cost: General Admission

This annual juried exhibition from the Gardens’ School of Botanical Art & Illustration features the students’ best achievements in a variety of media. The theme for this show is edible plants and highlights the artists’ technical skill and botanical knowledge.


Date: February 1st – February 17th
Time: 11am – 5pm
Location: Walker Fine Art
Cost: Free

This group exhibit features six artists who directly engage ideas of contrast, in both theme and process. In a broad range of approaches, each artist reveals juxtaposition as a dynamic and inventive force. The artists’ thoughtful exploration of their subjects allows them to continually exploit distinctive characteristics through a variety of media.

The Book of Will

Date: February 1st – February 26th
Time: Varies
Location: Ricketson Theater
Cost: $30 +

Without William Shakespeare, we wouldn’t have literary masterpieces like Romeo and Juliet. But without Henry Condell and John Heminges, we would have lost half of Shakespeare’s plays forever! After the death of their friend and mentor, the two actors are determined to compile the first Folio and preserve the words that shaped their lives. They’ll just have to borrow, beg and band together to get it done. Lauren Gunderson weaves a hilarious and heartfelt story inspired by the true story of Shakespeare’s First Folio.

Lowriders: Cars & Culture

Date: February 1st – May 14th
Time: Varies Daily
Location: Longmont Museum
Cost: $8 adults, $5 students/seniors

The Longmont Museum has opened one of the first-ever exhibitions to showcase lowrider culture. Lowriders are customized cars with chassis that have been lowered so that they narrowly clear the ground, and are bountiful in Colorado and rich with history. Longmont is home to over 200 Lowriders alone. This exhibition gives visitors a behind-the-scenes view of how these rolling works of art are created.

Alingon Mitra

Date: February 7th – February 11th
Time: Varies
Location: Comedy Works South
Cost: $14 – $22

Alingon Mitra is a stand-up comedian known for his tight jokes, original thoughts, and affable presence. Making his television debut on NBC’s Last Comic Standing, Alingon won the “Comic Comeback” contest and performed on the finale. He has made appearances on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Conan, and Adam Devine’s House Party on Comedy Central. In addition, Alingon wrote for The Daily Show with Trevor Noah, Adam Ruins Everything, and the humor magazine The Harvard Lampoon.

Heather McDonald

Date: February 16th -February 18th
Time: Varies
Location: Comedy Works South
Cost: $16 – $24

Heather McDonald is one of the most in-demand and multi-faceted comedians today. Heather recently hosted TLC’s All About Sex and debuted her first Showtime special I Don’t Mean To Brag. She is best known for her work on E!’s Chelsea Lately and is also a regular collaborator with the Wayans Brothers. She can be heard weekly on her new podcast Juicy Scoop on PodcastOne. Heather continuously proves to master her craft as a comedian, actress, story producer, and best-selling author.


February Events

Tracy Lawrence

Date: February 3rd
Time: Starting at 8pm
Location: Grizzly Rose
Cost: $25

Tracy Lee Lawrence is an American country music artist. He started at a country music restaurant called “Live At Libby’s” where owner Libby Knight would help local talent find their way into country music. Lawrence debuted that year with the album Sticks and Stones, which produced his first chart single and first Number One hit in its title track. Five more studio albums, as well as a live album and a compilation album, followed throughout the 1990’s and into 2000 on Atlantic before the label’s country division was closed in 2001. Afterward, he recorded for Warner Bros. Records, DreamWorks Records, Mercury Records Nashville and his own label, Rocky Comfort Records.


Date: February 4th
Time: Starting at 6pm
Location: 1st Bank Center
Cost: $15 – $75

Troy Beetles, better known by his stage name Datsik, is a Canadian music producer and DJ. His first release was in the spring of 2009; he has since played at venues all over the world, including festivals such as Coachella, Ultra Music Festival, EDC Las Vegas, Stereosonic, Boonstock, Shambhala Music Festival, Electric Zoo and Identity.

Sting 57th and 9th Tour

Date: February 14th
Time: Starting at 7pm
Location: The Fillmore Auditorium
Cost: $90+

Sting, is an English singer, songwriter, and actor. He was the principal songwriter, lead singer, and bassist for the new wave rock band The Police from 1977 to 1984, before launching a solo career. He has included elements of rock, jazz, reggae, classical, new-age and world-beat in his music. As a solo musician and a member of The Police, he has received 16 Grammy Awards, three Brit Awards, including Best British Male in 1994 and Outstanding Contribution in 2002, a Golden Globe, an Emmy, and three Academy Award nominations for Best Original Song.


Date: February 18th
Time: Starting at 8pm
Location: The Fillmore Auditorium
Cost: $35 and up

Lotus is an instrumental electronic jam band formed in Indiana in 1999 now based in Philadelphia, PA and Denver, CO. After a few years of playing what they describe as “jamtronica”, Lotus recruited percussionist Chuck Morris in 2001 and shifted their focus to instrumental music, taking inspiration from electronic musicians such as The Orb. The band’s first album, Vibes, a compilation of live performances from their 2001 tour, was released in 2002, after which they signed to Harmonized Records, releasing a live album and two studio albums between 2003 and 2006. 2004’s Nomad went to the top of the Home Grown Music Network charts and by the end of the year was the HGMN Best Seller. It was also nominated for a “New Groove of the Year” Jammy award.


Date: February 22nd
Time: Starting at 7pm
Location: The Bluebird Theater
Cost: $18 and up

Stephen Bruner, better known by his stage name Thundercat, is an American multi-genre bass guitarist, producer and singer from Los Angeles, California. He has released three solo albums, and is most noted for his work with producer Flying Lotus, and crossover thrash band Suicidal Tendencies.