Big Green’s signature Colorado event, Vintage Denver, is back!
TICKETS ARE NOW AVAILABLE for this year's Vintage Denver, We Built This City!
Join Kimbal Musk and Big Green Colorado for an epic 80’s block party in support of Big Green’s Colorado 100 Learning Garden Initiative.
Big Green built our first Learning Garden right here in Denver and we’re celebrating this work and the city that made it all possible with a spectacular event. Our third annual Vintage Denver event celebrates Denver in all its uniqueness, and all the amazing partners, people, and passion that have built this city.
Join us at the Dairy Block for an exclusive night of cocktails, food from Denver chefs, music, and 80’s mischief.
Get your tickets TODAY!
Guest Chefs Now Announced: Kelly Whitaker (The Wolf's Tailor & Basta), Chef Denis Zvekic (Kachina, Sage Restaurant Group), Chef Jose Guerrero (The ViewHouse), Chef Scott Skomal (Sheraton Downtown Denver) and The Kitchen Restaurant Group,
1800 Wazee St
Denver CO 80202
The Alley at the Dairy Block (use the entrance at 1855 Blake Street)
DATE & TIME
Saturday, September 8th
6 to 10 PM
Parking your DeLorean might be harder than usual. We encourage you to use Uber/Lyft/public transportation to get there!
About Big Green
Big Green (formerly The Kitchen Community), 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 68 Learning Gardens in Colorado and is reaching over 30,000 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.
Learn more at: www.biggreen.org