Heads Up!

Events Potentially Impacting Your Business

Here's a list of upcoming, large city-wide events. Knowing about them may be helpful as you make your staffing schedules, consider special offers, or just wonder why all the extra people are in town. It's not meant to promote the events, but to help you as you plan for business during the next 30 days.

For a calendar listing of all events, please see www.bouldercoloradousa.com/things-to-do/events/. To be listed on the calendar of events, contact Traci Schaefer. You can even do it yourself if you'd like.

June 7-10

Ironman spectators

  • 1000+ participants + addl 2000 volunteers, 200 staff,  hundreds of family members & friends 
  • June 7 – Check in, IRONMAN Village open (at Boulder High)
  • June 8 – Check in, IRONMAN Village open, Welcome Ceremony (at Boulder High)
  • June 9 – Check in (mandatory), IRONMAN Village open (also at Boulder High)
  • Sunday, June 10 – Race starts at the Boulder Rez with the swim at 6 am
    • No parking or entrance allowed at Boulder Rez , do not try to drive to the Rez on June 10. Shuttles available to and from Boulder High School.
    • Athletes will run almost entirely on the Boulder Creek Path
    • Ends downtown on Pearl Street. Athletes must cross the finish before midnight.
    • http://www.ironman.com/triathlon/events/americas/ironman/boulder

June 14-17
Hanuman Festival

  • Yoga festival primarily located at Boulder High, but events occur all over town
  • Festival starts at 8:30 am Thursday and runs until 5 pm Sunday
  • http://www.hanumanfestival.com/

June 18-24
Colorado Latino Festival

  • A week of events celebrating the diverse and myriad cultures of Latin America and the Caribbean for a week of special attractions, musical acts, cultural offerings and delicious Latin American cuisine
  • https://www.thelatinofestival.com/festival

June 27 – July 1
Softball Tournament

•    An 80-team girls softball tourney – lots and lots of girls, and their families, in town this week.
•    http://boulderidt.com/