4 things to do in Denver on Valentine’s Day 2022

4 things to do in Denver on Valentine's Day 2022

4 things to do in Denver on Valentine’s Day 2022


Valentine’s Day is here. Did you wait too long to plan? Here are four options, but you need to act fast!

Marry Me and Ski Free Valentine’s Day Mountaintop Marriage
Monday 14th February at noon
Loveland Ski Resort, I-70, Exit 216
Marry Me and Ski Free Valentine’s Hilltop Marriage has been a Loveland tradition for 30 happy years, with a mass ceremony on the forest meadow at the top of the ski area’s alpine ski run, followed by a party for everyone. While the ceremony itself is free, you’ll need a $94 2-in-1 lift ticket, a $25 registration fee, an optional $20 lunch voucher, and a marriage license (which you’ll need to bring with you). Learn more and do business here.

Valentine’s Day at the Downtown Denver Ice Rink
Monday, February 14, noon to 7pm
Downtown Denver Ice Rink, Skyline Park

Skating at the Downtown Rink is always free, but Southwest Airlines and the Downtown Partnership teamed up to offer free skate rentals, extended hours and more fun on Valentine’s Day — including a photo booth and other surprises. While all events are free, Southwest Airlines encourages donations of new or slightly used coats for Marshall Fire victims and to A Precious Child; learn more here.

Meowlentine Festival
Monday, February 14, 5-9pm
Meow Wolf Denver, 1338 1st Street
Meow Wolf said that on Valentine’s Day, “the only day Earthlings are allowed to form lifelong mating partnerships,” the cosmic romance will be broadcast during Meow Wolf’s special session, so citizens across the country aggregation station The worlds of C Street, Eemia, Numina and Ossuary create a special “date night” environment. To enjoy, just buy your February 14th tickets at meowwolf.com/denver.

Mortified Live: Destined Valentine’s Day
Monday, February 14, 8pm-10:30pm
Oriental Theater, 4335 West 44th Avenue
Snuggle up with your sweetheart in Mortified Live: Doomed Valentines, a true night of stories that will make you laugh and cry at the Oriental Theater as teen diaries, poems, love letters and other unanswered tales of Valentine’s Day The romantic advice is read aloud to the audience. Nothing will make you fall in love again than recording a sweet human weakness; get tickets at Hold My Ticket, $20.

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