Now in its 91st year, Donkey Derby Days tops the list of favorite Cripple Creek events. People from all over the world descend on downtown to be inspired by the town’s resident donkey herd, believed to be distant relatives of the original donkeys from the town’s Gold Rush days.
*We will be hosting 3 race heats this year with a final top 5 final race.
*Beer tent, food vendors, and parade
*A Special John Denver tribute concert will be held at 5 PM with Ted Vigil.
*More information will be released so check our website at cripplecreekdonkeys.com
One Nation Walking Together sponsors an annual one-day Native American Intertribal Powwow. A celebration of Native culture. Features Native drums, dancers, art, live wolf & birds of prey exhibits, children's activities, Native vendors & food & much more! more info...
In this class, you’ll learn how new legislation may impact tax planning. We’ll cover tax planning strategies to include efficient withdrawal strategies, Roth conversions, how to pay less taxes on your qualified accounts, and ways you may be able to reduce taxes on your Social Security benefits. You’ll receive handy guides!
This Rockabilly festival features a pre-’76 car show, drag racing, burnout and flamethrower contests, onsite pinstriping, pin-up contest and multiple Genuine American Music bands performing live on multiple stages. Onsite camping is available. more info...
The Colorado State Fair is an annual event held in Pueblo, Colorado that creates an entertaining, inspiring, and educational inter-generational experience highlighting the preservation, promotion, and exposition of our State’s vibrant and diverse agriculture, industry, and culture.
Getting to the fair!
Traveling from the North: Take I-25 South to Exit 97A (Central Avenue Exit). Go north one block to Northern Avenue. Turn left on Northern Avenue to Beulah Avenue. Turn right on Beulah Avenue and go four blocks to the Fairgrounds.
Traveling from the South: Take I-25 North to Exit 97A (Central Avenue Exit). o north one block to Northern Avenue. Turn left on Northern Avenue to Beulah Avenue. Turn right on Beulah Avenue and go four blocks to the Fairgrounds.
Traveling from the West: Take Highway 50 East to Pueblo Boulevard. Turn right on Pueblo Boulevard to Thatcher Avenue. Turn left on Thatcher Avenue to Prairie Avenue. Turn right on Prairie Avenue and go four blocks to the Fairgrounds.
Traveling from the East: Take Highway 50 West to 4th Street. On 4th Street, go west. Be aware that 4th Street becomes Lincoln Street then becomes Thatcher Avenue. Stay on Thatcher Avenue to Prairie Avenue. Turn left on Prairie Avenue and go four blocks to the Fairgrounds. more info...
Yesterday – The Beatles tribute encompasses all eras of Beatles music from The Hamburg days through the Shea Stadium performances into pop history’s magical Sgt Pepper album and beyond.
Yesterday’s most rock and roll show and running an unprecedented three years in Atlantic City at the Tropicana Hotel Casino Resort on the Boardwalk, The British Are Coming! depicts The Beatles historic journey into the US with first performances on the Ed Sullivan Show, the Hollywood Bowl and New York’s Shea Stadium.
Expertly performing with Symphonies worldwide thorough out the last 15 years, Yesterday provides charts for a 45 piece Orchestra.
The Colorado Springs Labor Day Lift Off is an annual balloon festival with lots of events and activities for the entire family to enjoy!
The Colorado Springs Labor Day Lift Off is a balloon festival that has been held every year since 1977! Over the last 45 years the event has grown into one of the largest ballooning celebrations in the nation and a cherished summer celebration.
This year, Labor Day Lift Off will continue the tradition of providing free, family-friendly festivities for all to enjoy. The event will be held in Memorial Park. Admission to the park is free of charge, for everyone to enjoy.
Presented by Special Olympics Colorado at National Museum of WWII Aviation, Colorado Springs CO presented by Smile Generation!
We’re excited to be back at the National Museum of WWII Aviation! We’ll have family friendly activities, games, vendors and more. Invite your friends and family to join your team or support with a donation from afar. Teams of 10 will compete to pull an historical 25,000 lb (approx.) PBY – Catalina plane 20 feet across the tarmac, looking for the fastest time. Plane pull is family friendly, come for the pull, stay for the party!
Food Vendors, Live Bands, Dancing, Wiener Dog Races, Stein Hoisting Contest, Costume Contest, Keg Tapping, Retail Vendors, Wine Tastings (Ticket Required); and Beer School (Ticket Required). Lots to do all weekend!!
Find out the hours, location, and answers to the most frequently answered questions about Colorado Springs Oktoberfest.
The Air Show will be held at 7250 Getting Heights Colorado Springs, Colorado 80916.
There is plenty of parking with easy access in and out of ALL the lots from two different gates off of Powers Blvd.
Most of the parking is within easy walking distance to the gates. There is also shuttle services available for everyone. Close in parking for the handicap.
The Pikes Peak Regional Airshow supports three museums in Colorado Springs—The Ft. Carson 4th Infantry Museum, The Peterson Air and Space Museum and The National Museum of WWII Aviation. These unique institutions are dedicated to the education of future generations through the preservation of our nation’s military heritage. more info...