Here’s everything you need to know about the Sugar Man Festival and how you can get there.
Here are a few things to remember about the event.
Where: The Sugar Man festival is in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
The Sugar Man is a giant sugar cane plant that produces thousands of tons of sugar a year.
The festival takes place every August and is billed as “the largest sugar cane festival in the United States.”
It’s an annual celebration of all things sugar.
It also offers a free event for kids and an event to celebrate all things natural.
How much: The festival is free and open to the public.
The main attraction is the Sugar Palace, a 5-story building where people can take in the view of the sugar cane fields.
This includes a water park and an outdoor stage for people to have their photos taken and video shared with others.
Other highlights include the Sugar Cane Music Hall and a Sugar Man-branded “music bar” where people are able to sit in the shade and enjoy drinks made from sugar cane.
Cost: There is no fee to attend the festival, which is free to attend and open for anyone.
You’ll need to be 21 years of age or older to attend.
The festival offers a cash bar and a ticketed ticketed event.
You can buy tickets online here.
The venue, located in the Sugar Valley neighborhood of Colorado Springs is home to a variety of local businesses, including the Sugar Plum Co., Sugar Maple Coffee Roasters, Sugar Maple Grocery and the Sugar Tree.
It is also the home of the Sugar Woman’s Diner, Sugar Man Cafe and Sugar Man Café.
Here’s the lineup:Thursday, Aug. 15, 9:00 a.m.
– 1:00 p.m., Sugar Man’s Dining Hall, 565 N. Colorado Blvd., Suite B4, Colorado SpringsColorado Springs, CO 80919Wednesday, Aug 20, 9 a.b.m.-11:30 a.g., Sugar Palace Park, 1655 E. Colorado St., Suite 1, Colorado Rapids, CO 80215Wednesday, Sept. 6, 10 a.s.m-5 p.s., Sugarman’s Diners, 515 W. Colorado Ave., Suite 5, Denver, CO 80203Wednesday, Oct. 14, 10:30-1:00, Sugarman Tea Room, 818 N. State St., Colorado Springs.
(open all day)Wednesday, Nov. 17, 11:00-1 p.p.m, SugarMan Tea Room & Kitchen, 812 N. Washington St., Denver.
(Open all day, closed Thanksgiving day)Saturday, Nov 10, 8 a.p.-1 p, Sugarmen Diner Bar, 801 N. Central Ave., Colorado Rapids.
(closed Thanksgiving Day)Monday, Nov 17, 1 p.o.m – 3 p, Cotton Candy Café, 2029 W. Aurora Ave., DenverDenver, CO 80012Tuesday, Nov 18, 8:00 to 9:30, Sugar Cone Music Hall, 601 W. State Ave., Room 801, Denver.
Sunday, Nov 21, 8 to 9, Sugarcane Cafe, 527 W. Main St., Room 604, Denver .
(closed Thursday, Nov 23)