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From pop-ups to festivals to brews, here is a list of the top 2022 events in Pueblo that celebrate the region's land, water, and agricultural heritage.
If you're looking for a one-stop venue that is a slam dunk for any palate, head over to Mineral Palace Park every Friday for a foodie's paradise. This community of food trucks hopes to add more vendors, artists, and musicians to the lineup to create an exciting, ever-changing Friday event. LEARN MORE
Curious what restaurants will be featured inside the Fuel & Iron Food Hall? Join them for an exclusive pop-up series that will reveal each restaurateur before the food hall opens later this year. May's event will showcase a plant-based concept. LEARN MORE
Hosted by Pueblo Friends of the Arkansas River, this all-day event is filled with local artists, vendor booths, music all day, local food trucks, and plenty of activities for the whole family. Kick off the morning with the Southern Colorado Fun Run and a community Lantern Parade in the evening. LEARN MORE
Fuel & Iron Food Hall's pop-up series reveals each restauranteur before it opens later this year. The next event in its series will showcase a soup, salad, and sandwich concept. LEARN MORE
Meet at Walter's Brewery and Taproom every Thursday afternoon during the summer months to cruise around Pueblo and enjoy a refreshing drink after your ride. LEARN MORE
Running every Friday morning from 7:00 am - 1:00 pm at Mineral Palace Park, you can find all your local produce needs as well as handmade crafts. LEARN MORE
With roots dating back to the late 1800s, the Colorado State Fair draws in Coloradans from every part of the state and even some out-of-state folks. The fair boasts everything from delicious foods to world-class rodeo competitions. Enjoy one day or all 11. LEARN MORE
Find all your fresh produce needs every Thursday at the farmers market on the Pueblo Riverwalk this September. LEARN MORE
Nestled in the stunning gardens and placita of El Pueblo History Museum, this annual festival features Colorado craft breweries and ciders. Bruja Brew Fest celebrates southern Colorado’s unique culture and history while raising awareness for agricultural tourism and local food. LEARN MORE
Hit the bike trail with Palmer Land Conservancy for the second annual Bike the Bessemer event. This fun-filled and educational ride will showcase some of Pueblo County’s premier agricultural lands and essential water resources. After your 11-mile ride, grab a beer and enjoy a delicious farm-to-table lunch. BUY TICKETS
The 27th Annual Chile & Frijoles Festival promotes Pueblo’s agricultural history and premier local food. An annual favorite with residents and tourists alike, this event boasts live entertainment, cooking competitions, opportunities to purchase local goods, and, of course, chiles! LEARN MORE
After the debuting last year in Texas, Gravel Locos is adding a second event in Pueblo. With four routes ranging from 30-170 miles, even the most seasoned rider can find a challenge at this gravel-based cycling event. LEARN MORE
This “Steelabration” will celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Colorado Fuel & Iron steel mill. There will be plenty of delicious foods, vendors, and museum tours. You might even get an opportunity to tour the historic mill site that put industrial Pueblo on the map. LEARN MORE
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