DENVER — We’ll be honest: The crazy weather this Memorial Day Weekend meant we didn’t get to spend as much time at Denver Day of Rock as we would have liked.
But before the tornado warnings tore us away, we were able to check out a handful of acts on Saturday including the inimitable Hold Steady, as well as some of the (mostly) family-friendly goings on elsewhere during the annual festival.
The Wallflowers headlined the event’s opening night on Friday.
Some 10,000 people attended the Day, which stayed relatively dry in spite of looming rain clouds and some lightning on the horizon.
Denver Day of Rock benefits Concerts for Kids, a nonprofit that supports various children’s charities.