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Denver Pride 2020
Denver Pride Fest celebrates the diversity of Colorado’s LGBTQ community as well as the spirit that makes the Mile High City a great place to work, live, party and play.
Recognized as one of the top ten pride events in the country, Denver’s PrideFest is a celebration of community, heritage, family and culture.
Produced by the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center of Colorado (The Center), more than 350,000 people from Colorado and surrounding areas come out to enjoy the parade, rally, music, entertainment, food and much more.
Denver PrideFest takes place on Saturday and Sunday at downtown’s centrally situated Civic Center Park, at Colfax Avenue and Broadway, right in the shadow of the gilt-domed Colorado State Capitol building.
Admission to the festival is free, and two stages will feature an exciting range of talents. There are several stages dedicated to different music themes, including Latino, Dance World, Country, and the Main Stage.
Denver PrideFest offers the best in LGBTQ live entertainment and dance.
With amazing talent performing on 3 stages located throughout the festival, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
This is for early risers, kickin goff at 9.30am! The procession will leave Cheesman Park, travelling down Colfax Ave. past The Center on Colfax to arrive at Civic Center Park–the site of Denver PrideFest.
Capitol Hill, a vibrant neighborhood located in East Denver, is also the city’s unofficial gayborhood. From Country/Western bars to dance clubs, there is a variety of nightlife options to discover here. . X-Bar, one of the city’s favorite after-dark spots, attracts a diverse crowd. Charlie’s has been the only Country/Western bar in Denver hosting a weekly line-dancing party.
Uptown, you will find Tracks a theme bar with guest DJs and drag acts.
Wrangler is a bear and leather friendly bar.
South Broadway, is the artsy neighborhood of Denver that draws a diverse crowd. Compound Basix is the oldest gay bar still operating in Denver.
Boyztown, Denver’s only male revue, hosts nightly parties with sexy dancers strutting their stuff through the crowd.
Here are the Hotels we recommend that keep you close to all the action,
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Capitol Hill, a vibrant neighborhood located in East Denver, is also the city’s unofficial gayborhood. From Country/Western bars to dance clubs, there is a variety of nightlife options to discover here, with hotels an easy walk to bars
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Recommended Hotels in Denver
Capitol Hill, a vibrant neighbourhood located in East Denver, is also the city’s unofficial gayborhood. The main gay areas are within easy walk to most of the hotels below.
5 Star – Central Location
Terry cloth bathrobes, slippers, an iPod docking station and a flat-screen cable TV are featured in each elegant suite. Select suites feature views of downtown Denver and the mountains
Grand Hyatt Denver
4 Star – Luxury
Located 250 m from 16th Street Mall, this hotel features a bar and a restaurant on site. An indoor pool is available for guest relaxation. All rooms feature a flat-screen TV and free WiFi.
4 Star – Great Amenities
Less than 1.6 km from the Colorado Convention Center and Coors Field, this hotel offers a 37-inch flat-screen TV in every room and rooftop swimming pool with stunning city views
4 Star – Perfect Location
This downtown Sheraton Denver Hotel is adjacent to thePedestrian Mall. The hotel offers an outdoor swimming pool, modern business center and 4 on-site restaurants.