@ATasteofCO Celebrating it's 32nd year in 2015, Denver's Taste of Colorado is good family fun.
500,000 people make this four-day Labor Day Weekend festival jubilee the place to be in Denver. With 50 area food establishments, 275 marketplace artisans and vendors, six stages with all sorta of music and entertainment plus educational programs promoting the diverse cultural and western heritage of the region! No admission fee!
The prices were not bad. I remember it being more expensive. You definitely get your monies worth. Even the 'taste' portions are large. The ice cream scoops were huge!
Originally named Festival of Mountain and Plain, it was established in 1895 as a carnival. Closing in 1902, and, after many years, it was brought back to Denver in 1983.
Taste of Colorado has something for everyone. And the food is amazing. The vendors selling wares are good as well. It's just great times all around.
Bring an empty stomach. You'll be glad you did. Try something exotic. You'll be really glad you did.