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Big Green’s signature Colorado event, Vintage Denver, is back!

Save the date for this year's Vintage Denver, Everybody Plants Now an Intergalactic 90s Block Party!

Co-Hosted by Kimbal Musk and Chad McWhinney, this Intergalactic 90s Block Party is sure to be a blast from the past! For the past three years Vintage Denver has taken guests on a wild ride through many decades. Last year, we shut down the alley of The Dairy Block for an epic 80s dance party and this year we have even more fun, 90s futuristic tricks up our sleeves #VintageDenverBlockParty 

SPECIAL Announcement!


Grammy-Nominated DJ Morgan Page will be throwing down an out of this world set

World Class DJ Alex Cruz and his trio will be kicking off this epic night

Special VIP Experience: IN-Q a national poetry slam champion who is on Oprah’s SuperSoul 100 list and worked with artists such as Miley Cyrus, Aloe Blacc, Selena Gomez, and co-wrote the official World Cup anthem will be giving an intimate performance just for our VIP event.

Big Green is celebrating the fact that we have over 78 schools and 31,000 kids planting in Learning Gardens in Colorado. Our fourth annual Vintage Denver event celebrates Big Green’s futuristic outlook where every child grows up in a healthy environment. We are celebrating all the amazing partners, people, and passion that make it possible. Grab your out of this world dancing outfit and bring a friend to Everybody Plants Now and help us create a healthier future for our kids!

Want to make an impact through sponsorship at Vintage Denver? Contact Alex Brady at

UPDATE: Tickets Now On Sale! Click Here  



Dairy Block
1800 Wazee St
Denver CO 80202

The Alley at the Dairy Block (use the entrance at 1855 Blake Street)


Saturday, September 28th
7:30 to 10:30 PM

We encourage you to use Uber/Lyft/public transportation to get there!

About Big Green

Big Green was founded by Hugo Matheson and Kimbal Musk in 2011. Big Green is a nonprofit organization that connects kids to real food through a nationwide network of Learning Gardens and food literacy programs.  

Learning Gardens give students ample exposure to the life cycle of fruits and vegetables so that the next time they see them in the cafeteria, they'll be more likely to take, taste, and enjoy them.  They are the platform from which we leverage the power of real food so that every child will have the opportunity to learn, play, and grow in a healthy community.

To date, Big Green has built 78 Learning Gardens in Colorado and is reaching over 31,000 students everyday.  Since we began in Colorado, we have seen enormous growth and positive change in the schools in which we work, and that change has been contagious; the demand for Learning Gardens continues to grow.

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