BLOCK FESTIVAL NEW LOCATION

DENVER PERFORMING ARTS COMPLEX & SCULPTURE PARK

 

Get ready Denver! Snowboard Block Festival has grown from a block-party-style street closure in the RiNo District to a four-block, 12-acre site in the heart of Downtown. The Denver Performing Arts Complex (DPAC) and Sculpture Park is a unique venue connected by an 80-ft-tall glass roof and most known for "The Dancers", two 50-foot high sculptures located at Speer and Champa, directly across from University of Colorado, Denver. This year's venue will be better than ever with indoor and outdoor theater-style film premiere viewing, a huge outdoor sound stage, a brand new custom built 3-story street-style Pro Jam setup, mini skate ramp open to attendees, vendor village, food trucks, huge gear sale, autograph signings and more.

 

DENVER PERFORMING ARTS COMPLEX & SCULPTURE PARK

Located just east of Denver's well know LoDo district and across the street from the Colorado Convention Center and its 40-ft-tall Blue Bear, the Denver Performing Arts Complex & Sculpture Park is centrally located. The venue is also just a 15-min walk from Union Station, the Light Rail and 16th Street Mall, making easily accessible for anywhere.

1231 Champa St1231 Champa St.
Denver, CO 80204

 

Two areas to enter the festival:

  1. Through the Denver Performing Arts Complex at 1400 Curtis Street, Denver, CO 80204
  2. Through Sculpture Park at the entrance at 1231 Champa St, Denver, CO 80204