Last Chance to Vote on Best Annual Festival, Best Arts District and More

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What's the Best Annual Festival? The Best Denver Arts District? The Best Club Night? You tell us: Voting ends at 11:59 tonight in our Best of Denver 2015 Readers' Poll. In the first round, which started in January, we asked readers for their favorites in almost two hundred categories. In February, we tabulated those votes and started a second round of balloting, this time with the five finalists in each category. And the top vote-getters will all be revealed next week, when the Best of Denver 2015 hits the streets on March 26.

And what did the readers choose as the finalists for Best Arts District in Denver?

Art District on Santa Fe
RiNo Art District
40 West Arts 
Tennyson Cultural Art District

Remember, the Readers' Poll winners are just part of the Best of Denver package. Not only will we have our own picks in those categories, but we'll also offer several hundred more awards — all proof of why Denver is the very best city in which to live. Make plans to grab your copy quickly (they go fast) — and in the meantime, you can still vote in the Best of Denver Readers' Poll here.

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