You can put some serious distance between you and the winter blues this month, if you take part in some fun events happening around Denver.
Thrillist recently published its “10 Things Your Must Do in Denver This February” and the list contains a little something for everyone. Here are a couple of the selections the food, drink and travel website picked:
When: Feb 6-7
Where: Boettcher Concert Hall
Details: Even if you don’t know the name Danny Elfman, you’ve heard his music. The guy scored The Simpsons intro! But this Friday at the Boettcher Theater, Elfman will be performing the scores to everything he has done for director Tim Burton, which is QUITE a bit. Doors open at 7:30pm.
When: Feb. 12-18
Where: 1147 Broadway
Details: Taking over the spot at 1147 Broadway will be the “nu” NuHu Mongolian Express and probably your best chance to get delicious Mongolian stir fry. NuHu will serve up eats like the “Genghis Thai,” a take on pad Thai that uses their seriously tasty house-peanut sauce. And for every bowl sold within the first week of opening, NuHu will donate a dollar to Civic Center Conservancy, which benefits the Golden Triangle community. Chow down on noodles for a cause, will ya?!
When: Feb. 20-22
Where: Northglenn Ramada Plaza
Details: Stretching over three days, bands like the Barefoot Movement, Sons and Brothers, and the Kathy Kallick Band will play all the toe-tappin’, head-bobbin’ music you can possibly handle. This will be their 30th year doing this, so yeah, they know what they’re doing.
This local update courtesy of your Denver South Community Expert.