Are there any fun festivals in Pueblo?

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KristinB 2yrs+
During the summer and early autumn, there are festivals nearly every weekend. The Chili Festival in September is the biggest draw for tourism here in Pueblo; it's a combination farmer's market and carnival, with fair foods, rides, and chili EVERYTHING. There are opportunities to taste and buy roasted chills, chili jams, chili breads, chili cheeses - just about anything chili-related. All the local farms participate, bringing their best produce and byproducts to sell and share.

The Wild West Fest is another carnival-like festival that happens during the summer; this is a celebration of the rodeo and bull riding presence in Pueblo. Usually this festival is accompanied by rodeos, but most people go for the carnival feel and the beer garden. :)

Pueblo's Art Walk is put on by the Art Center throughout the summer; these coincide with the Art Walk, where you can tour local art and meet artists featured in the local businesses. If you are invited to the First Fridays at the Art Center, you'll be allowed to meet the artists while sharing some free food and drinks.

B Street Bash is another festival during the summer, which involves several blocks worth of beer gardens and cheap drinks.
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