What You Missed Around Denver While You Were Away Welcome back to the Mile High City! Here’s a quick recap of what you might have missed while jet-setting… Denver, Colorado May 6 – 12, 2016
Live Music and Baseball
This will be the second season that Coors Field in downtown Denver will be hosting ‘Rooftop Live’ before a few select Colorado Rockies games. This is an opportunity for Rockies baseball ticket holders to watch live music performances before the first pitch at no extra charge. The first event is May 14th and it wraps up in October. See the full ‘Rooftop Live’ lineup here.
Shia LaBeouf Tweets Colorado GPS Coordinates
Actor Shia LaBeouf has been tweeting GPS coordinates located in Colorado for four straight days in a row and it’s making headlines. On Thursday he tweeted GPS coordinates for Highway 72 in the Coal Creek Canyon between Boulder and Golden. LaBeouf is scheduled to be in Boulder, at the Museum of Contemporary Arts, for an event next week. Full story here.
Tornadoes hit Colorado
The weather in Colorado keeps residents on their toes, especially in the Spring when we can experience sunshine for days, snow, severe thunderstorms with hail, and tornadoes. This past week Colorado was hit with four tornadoes about 100 miles East of Denver. Get the full story here.
Purple Rain,’ Prince Remembrance at Red Rocks
‘Film on the Rocks’ at Red Rocks Amphitheatre located in Morrison, Colorado kicked off Thursday night with the film ‘Purple Rain.’ The show was sold out and there was not a dry eye in the amphitheater as they remembered and celebrated the life of Prince, who passed away three weeks ago. Read more here.
TSA Delays at DIA
In case you missed you it, please be aware that TSA at Denver International Airport is suggesting travelers arrive at least 3 hours in advance, even for domestic flights. TSA is limited on staff and with summer travel around the corner, they are planning ahead for extreme lines at DIA, read more here. We suggest you arrive at Canopy over 3 hours in advance to ensure you do not miss your flight. It’s better to be safe than sorry, and if you happen to be one of the lucky one’s to miss the long line, you can always enjoy a pitstop at one of our favorite places to eat at DIA.