“POOR MARCH. It is the HOMELIEST month of the year. Most of it is MUD, Every imaginable Form of MUD, and what isn’t MUD in March is ugly late-season SNOW falling onto the ground in filthy muddy heaps that look like PILES of DIRTY LAUNDRY.”

Vivian Swift, When Wanderers Cease to Roam: A Traveler’s Journal of Staying Put


There’s a certain kind of madness (and yes, muddiness) that’s associated with March. By this point in winter, most people are ready for spring, and there’s a general sense of in-betweenness in the air. Nonetheless, Denver continues to be a wonderful place to live, with lots of fun things happening. As your local experts, Tree Ring Digital has our collective ear to the ground, and we’ve once again curated a list of our top ten picks for marvelous monthly things to do in and around our city. See you out on the town!

Art fiends are going wild over the latest exhibit at the Museum of Outdoor Arts. With more than 50 original artworks spanning 1962-2008 and made up of major loans from private and institutional collections, this is the largest solo exhibition of Robert Rauschenberg’s work ever presented in Colorado.

Check out this event at the oh-so- Denver International Church of Cannabis: Immerse yourself in a world of illumination during a 1-hour light show in Denver. Get swept away through a combination of lasers, guided meditation, and accompanying music. Offered hourly seven days a week, the vibrant experience is easy to fit into any schedule and perfect for all ages. After the show, be sure to check out the arcade and media room.

Celebrate International Women’s Day (March 8th) with films about female adventurers. March 5th-8th in Denver, CO will mark the fifth annual Flagship Festival with more moxie, hustle, and drive than ever. This weekend will be filled with presentations, panels, and workshops from world-class female athletes, activists, and adventurers, and five film programs that we guarantee will leave inspired to plan your next adventure.


Celebrate Spring’s arrival and the sandhill crane migration. Crane Fest draws several thousand bird and nature enthusiasts from across the nation.You can enjoy thousands of Sandhill Cranes, ducks, and geese flying against a backdrop of mountain scenery. Raptors will adorn the power poles and owls will be sitting with their young. A visit to the Monte Vista Crane Festival is an opportunity to see an amazing natural spectacle as well as experience a unique rural community.

Join the The Denver Gay Men’s Chorus as they present their 38th annual Spring concert, Motown and More! on March 6th, 2020 in Brighton, and on March 13th and 14th, 2020, at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House.

Celebrating its 19th year in 2020, Frozen Dead Guy Days (which takes place in the Colorado mountain town of Nederland) continues to be a world-renowned spectacle. This three day Frosty Fiesta features over 30 live bands in 3 heated super tents featuring local craft brews, specialty spirited drinks, 14 delicious craft food vendors, serving up Vegan to BBQ and everything in between.

They’re having the St. Patrick’s Day parade on a Saturday this year, so you know it’s gonna be wild! Colorful floats, music and Irish good cheer await you at the 58th annual Denver St. Patrick’s Day Parade.

With 25+ breweries, food trucks, and live music, this festival celebrates Colorado craft brews on a local scale that’s laid-back and easy-going! 

Get your CosPlay on! Colorado Anime Fest is entering its fifth year of bringing all things Japan to the Mile High City.


Celebrate the rich heritage of local Native American tribes with the Denver March Pow Wow. Pow Wows are the Native American people’s way of meeting together to join in dancing, singing, visiting, renewing old friendships, and making new ones.


BONUS EVENT: 3rd Annual Sheer Impact Conference (April 2)

Catch Paige Wiese, Tree Ring Digital’s Founder/CEO, at the 3rd Annual Sheer Impact Conference where she’ll present her fun & informative breakout session: 

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