140 artists and craftsmen from across the United States will showcase their work at the 2021 Cheesman Park Art Fest. Each year, artists and craftsmen offer a wide array of mediums and price-points. This is a juried event, and we take pride in the curated selection of hand-made, American-made work that is sold directly by the artists.
Each year we host a dynamic lineup of local musicians playing throughout the day on both Saturday and Sunday. Take a break from shopping to enjoy some tunes beneath the century-old trees of the park! We love to bring you jazz & folk by Denver favorites - Gumbo Le Funque, the beloved Delta Sonics, Oscar Butler, and so many more!
Come hungry! Denver's local food trucks are ready to put some pep in your step while you stroll through the festival. From savory to sweet, we've got you covered with all of Denver's favorite foodies. We plan to host a curated mix of 12 trucks at the festival.
Saturday, October 2nd | 9am-5pm
Sunday, October 3rd | 9am-5pm
This show was just nationally ranked as one of the Top 100 Shows of the Decade by Sunshine Artist Magazine! A charming event with an outstanding lineup of artists & craftsmen, the Cheesman Park Art Fest has you culturally covered from live music beneath the trees to Denver's best food trucks! Here in the park you will find zero commercial booths - 100% of booths are dedicated to showcase handmade juried works of art & craft. From jewelry and pottery to oil paintings and woodwork, there's something for everyone, and we carefully curate the lineup to showcase a wide range of prices & styles. Save the dates and bring friends & family to experience this award-winning art festival in the heart of Denver!
1599 East 8th Avenue, Denver CO 80218
The festival takes place on the South side of the park - enter from 8th Avenue, or 9th Avenue on the East or West side!
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Street parking is available along the north lane of 8th Avenue - attendees are also encouraged to walk, bike, run, bus or carpool to this event! Bike racks with free bike parking will be available. The RTD runs by the park and no bus routes will be disturbed by the festival.
Folk, jazz & cover bands round out the festival experience. See who's onstage.
Near the entrance of 9th Avenue and Humboldt, we host a fabulous area for the kiddos to explore their creativity! We typically team up with Corona Presbyterian (from just around the corner!) and their lovely volunteers assist the young-at-heart in creating free art projects to take home from the fest.
As this is a public park, pups are welcome, please make sure they are on a leash! *PLEASE NOTE* The festival does take place on the asphalt roads within the park, so take the temperature into account when considering whether or not to bring them along. We don't want anyone to burn their paws!
We love our neighbors! Please visit our neighborhood page for more information.
This event is ADA accessible, as all booths are placed on the asphalt roads within the park. The music is up on the grass, but there is a ramp and seating on the adjacent roadway as well. Parking is street parking, but there is a drop-off area at the 8th Avenue entrance. If you would like to inquire about special accommodations, we are happy to work with you, and can be reached via text at 505-273-7363.