To do in Denver: Food & Wine Festival, Dog Man: The Musical

To do in Denver: Food & Wine Festival, Dog Man: The Musical

Denver Food & Wine Festival

Through Saturday. It may have started on Sept. 6, but the Denver Food & Wine Festival still has a couple days to go before it wraps up on Saturday, Sept. 9. The annual event — this year benefitting the Colorado Restaurant Foundation and its workforce development, mental health resources, and grants for restaurant workers — culminates in Saturday’s Grand Tasting, to be held at the Tivoli Quad on the Auraria Campus, 1000 Larimer St.

The event promises bites from more than 50 top local restaurants and “hundreds of sips from the Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits portfolio, poured by their team of professionals,” organizers wrote (Southern Glazer is a title sponsor). See the full lineup and pick up tickets, $150 each, for the 1-4 p.m. event at

Breaking jaws, hearts

Friday-Saturday. Pop-punk icon Jawbreaker is part of a towering bill for the Saturday, Sept. 9, 1234FEST, including Rise Against, Rancid, Descendants, Joyce Manor, Pussy Riot, and Dillinger Four (see for more). But the night before that show at The Junkyard, you can see Jawbreaker for free as part of Levitt Pavilion Denver’s summer concert series.

Influential pop-punk trio Jawbreaker is playing a pair of shows in Denver this weekend — one of them free, at Levitt Pavilion Denver on Friday, Sept. 8. (Provided by

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