420 FOMO? Don’t miss out on all the Denver cannabis happenings.
Events calendars and apps are easy to come by — new ones spring up all the time. But are they the complete package? Depends what you’re looking for. The sexiest Denver events calendar would be like your scenester friend who always has the best weekend plans. It would list all the upcoming summer fun for all kinds of Denverites, from families with kids to outdoorsy millennial transplants. It would ace the question of what to do in Denver this weekend, every time.
This being the Mile High City, a complete Denver events calendar would also be 420-friendly. In a calendar, we look for the ones that are open-minded enough to include cannabis-themed occasions throughout the city. These events are multiplying. Think cannabis cooking class, infused yoga, industry-oriented conventions and workshops, cannabis job fairs, even secret slumber parties. If you can combine it with cannabis, you can probably find a group of people organizing it in Denver. And you can hear about them through any of these top Denver events calendars.
The Cannabist / The Denver Post Events Calendar
In 2013, Denver’s longest-standing news behemoth The Denver Post made journalistic history by launching its cannabis-specific arm, The Cannabist. Since, then it has become the authoritative cannabis news source, beating out its biggest contender High Times by September of 2016 to become the most widely-read cannabis news source in the nation.
No wonder this forward-thinking publication brings Denverites the best roundup of events in town, without censoring all the cannabis-fueled goings-on. Powered by the CitySpark platform, this Denver events calendar has great functionality, so you can sort and filter events by popularity and distance from Denver. Subscription to the Cannabist’s newsletter is highly recommended. Subscribe here.
303 Magazine’s Denver Events Calendar
303 Magazine, taking its name from Denver’s most recognizable area code, is a colossus of cool around town. Their forte is fashion with a signature Denver Fashion Weekend event, but the magazine covers all things Denver culture — music, food, drinks, travel, outdoor adventures, neighborhoods, and nightlife. 303 Magazine’s Denver events calendar rocks. Powered by the everwondr, this awesome little listing is how we discover events like the Denver Chocolate Festival. It’s the best Denver events calendar to keep yourself abreast on the Denver art scene, the LGBT community, and of course, cannabis culture.
Need reminders? The editors send out a unique weekly newsletter with a list of hand-curated events for the coming weekend. Subscribe here.
A newcomer to the Denver events calendar space, Cannabiz Calendar focuses on the cannabis scene with both industry-facing and consumer-facing events. Its founder is cannabis dynamo Ashley Riley, who was looking for a way to unify the cannabis trade both online and in-person at IRL events. The calendar covers the whole nation’s cannabis happenings, and it’s perfect for anyone who wants to break into the industry or simply enjoy cannabis experiences on a more social, community-minded level. Through a clean and simple interface, users can filter events by keyword and location.
Get the events packaged up in a neat email every two weeks by signing up for the Cannabiz Calendar newsletter. Subscribe here.
CBS Local Denver Events Calendar
As a local news station should, CBS Denver knows just about everything that’s going on in the Mile High City. Their Denver events calendar, powered by eventful.com, has complete listings sorted by “most popular” and “featured.” To skip straight to the cannabis-centric events, try searching “cannabis” in the search field. The calendar is impressively populated with courses, workshops, and activities for the cannabis community here in Denver. Users can also browse events by category and date.
To subscribe to the CBS Local Denver events mailings and receive event newsletters, simply create an account on denver.cbslocal.com and find “sign up for newsletters” in the website header.
Westword’s Denver Events Calendar
Denver’s Westword Magazine is about as 420-friendly as publications get. Ever since the early days of cannabis legalization here in Colorado, the Westword has been on board with advertising and promoting the industry.
The Westword Events weekly roundup newsletter rivals 303 Magazine for curating only the best and most unique upcoming events. Subscription to the “Weekly Fix: 21 Things to Do in Denver” is highly encouraged. To sign up, create an account by authenticating through Facebook, Yahoo, Google+, Twitter or email, then be sure to select the “Things To Do Newsletter” under “My Subscriptions”. Westword also deserves a shout-out for being the only Denver calendar on our list to round up free events and post their weekly “Five Free Things to Do in Denver” list.
Eventbrite Denver Events Calendar
If you’re in the habit of doing fun things around your city, you’ve probably purchased tickets through Eventbrite at some point. It’s also a powerful event discovery platform, suggesting similar events to ones you’ve attended, making you wonder if it knows you better than your best buds. A recent search for “cannabis” within Eventbrite Denver yielded 72 results.
Find My 420 Tours on a Denver Events Calendar
Denver events calendars are one way to discover My 420 Tours experiences. Clear your own weekend schedule or Denver travel itinerary for a sushi and joint rolling class, or set a date to make your own infused meals (with the right THC dosage) at a cooking with cannabis class.