Where Do I Begin
Regardless of the size of your event, we recommend you fill out the Event Information Form and the Not-For-Profit Form. Once both forms are completed, contact Kevin Scott, Event and Film Liaison at email@example.com or call 720-865-4311
The Special Events Guide is designed to provide you with the necessary current information about permitting, planning and producing your event and should be used as a resource for you to add your own information.
Event Task Force
The inter-agency Events Task Force reviews requests for City assistance. The Task Force may grant City services, as well as cash support for events with cash budgets under $50,000. More established events, or those with larger cash budgets, are eligible to apply for in-kind support only. Requests must be made at least 60 days prior to event.
Promoting Your Event
Get Your Festival Listed on the Web
The Special Event Calendar is used as an important notification resource for neighborhood organizations, city agencies, event coordinators and as a guide when coordinating new events. Listing on the event calendar is limited to outdoor public events that are free and take place in a Denver park, on a Denver street, or in the Denver right of way.
Your festival or special event is a valuable part of attracting visitors to Denver. Visit Denver, the travel and visitor’s bureau for Denver, want to assist you in promoting your event. Submit your information and be listed on Denver’s comprehensive entertainment and event website. Go to Denver365
to submit your event details.
*Remember to post your dates to as many event calendars as early as possible. Some publications seek information as much as six months prior to your event.