Come and see Colorado's largest exhibitor hall floor, featuring toys, games, art, collectibles, plus our one-of-a-kind family activities area,
the Comic Book Classroom Corral.
Experience Colorado's best gaming and cosplay, and meet celebrities and artists from the worlds of film, television, animation, and of course, comic books.
Proceeds benefit Comic Book Classroom, a Colorado-based nonprofit organization that provides free comic book based curriculum for children in grades 5-8. For more information about Denver Comic Con, visit our website: denvercomiccon.com.
Social Media Policy
Updated: February 12, 2016
As an education-based organization, Pop Culture Classroom/Denver Comic Con believes in the importance of open exchange and learning. In order to maintain a family friendly and respectful environment, we do moderate comments made on our social media networks. While most comments will remain posted if they are on-topic and not abusive, moderating decisions are subjective. We will make them as carefully and consistently as we can.
We are dedicated to providing quality experiences—whether they be online, at a workshop, or at Denver Comic Con. We will address all constructive criticisms quickly and efficiently as long as they are not abusive, offensive, inappropriate, profane (including expletives and letters followed by dashes) or illegal. Regarding guest announcements, please show them (and their fans) the respect they deserve. All derogatory or obscene comments directed at guests or their fans will be deleted.
In short, be thoughtful, be kind, and we’ll work hard to address your concerns and questions. Of course, the guaranteed fastest way to get a response is to email us directly at [email protected]
Sept 23rd-25th & Sept 30th-Oct 2nd.
The origin of Oktoberfest can be traced back to October 12, 1810, the wedding day of Bavaria’s Crown Prince Ludwig to Princess Therese of Saxony-Hildburghausen. Against tradition, the couple invited Munich’s common people to the festivities. The events were held over five days on the fields in front of the city gates now called Theresienwiese (Theresa’s Meadow). Forty thousand people showed up for the celebration. A year later, they decided to throw the party all over again as an anniversary tribute to the royal couple. And so the tradition began…
Denver's authentic German Christmas market is hosted by the German American Chamber of Commerce - Colorado Chapter, and offers European food, treats, beer and Glühwein as well as imports that make great Christmas presents and decorations. Located at Skyline Park at 16th & Arapahoe in Downtown Denver. Admission is free!
Referred to as “America’s Race,” the USA Pro Challenge will take place August 17-23, 2015. For seven consecutive days, the world’s top athletes race through the majestic Colorado Rockies, reaching higher altitudes than they’ve ever had to endure. One of the largest cycling events in U.S. history and the largest spectator event in the history of the state, the USA Pro Challenge is back for 2015.
The Women's USA Pro Challenge will take place August 21st - August 23rd.
More information can be found online at www.ProCHallenge.com and on Twitter at @USAProChallenge.
Coohills’ Beats on the Creek is a summer concert series featuring diverse music every Tuesday beginning July 14, giving guests an opportunity to enjoy an urban experience in a unique, outdoor environment, on a bridge over Cherry Creek in Lodo.
Our Bar and Patio open at 3:00 pm; Bridge opens at 6:00 p.m.; Music begins at 6:30 p.m.
Admission to the event is free.
Food, wine and cocktails will be available for purchase on the bridge.
The building features secured, covered parking for $5 after 5 p.m. (please note: if you park before 5 p.m. you will be charged the hourly rate) and all day Saturday and Sunday. The self parking is found by turning off either Wynkoop, or Wewatta, where the Public Parking signs are found. Signs in the garage lead you to the restaurant.
Coohills is donating proceeds from Beats on the Creek to The Alliance for a Sustainable Colorado.
The Beaux Arts Ball is one of the most anticipated social galas in Denver, raising over $2 million each year to support the leading respiratory hospital in the nation. The 2016 Beaux Arts Ball will honor Grand Marshals Libby Anschutz, Janie and David Eves, and Rebecca and Lewis Kling.
Sub.mission exists today for the same reason it began in 2007: dubstep. Powered by a passion for sounds that often elude the mainstream, Sub.mission carves a home for underground sounds at the foundation of Denver’s booming electronic music landscape. “Moving People Through Sound, Not Hype” is the collective’s motto and the .mission. An unwavering standard of quality coupled with dedication to dubstep’s subfrequent tradition defines Sub.mission’s approach to live events. More than a production company, Sub.mission is the heart of a movement.
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