We'll have an outdoor solar-powered stage, and it will be a zero-waste event. We'll have live music by the Rouge, Air Dubai and Soulaju, and green and socially conscious vendors, says Green Spaces founder Jennie Nevin. We'll even be giving away compost. And because of the new Green Route map's particular focus, expect a lot of food and drink: There will be local organic cocktails, drinks and food, and both the Steuben's and WaterCourse food trucks will be there. You'll also be able to pick up a copy of the red-hot foodie map, which lists fifty metro locations. Cap all of that off with live painting by Laurie Maves and friends, activities for kids and a little pagan fire dancing at dusk.
But if you can't make it down, find your map online at www.greenroutedenver.com and start exploring the town.
Sat., Aug. 28, 2-9 p.m., 2010