This event has been canceled for 2020. Tiny homes — usually 500 square feet or less — are a growing trend in the U.S. Advocates like the pared-down lifestyle that is easy on the budget, from building or buying to maintaining. You might have seen the HGTV shows on the topic and wondered whether this might be a good fit for you.
The Colorado Tiny House Festival is returning for its third year, bigger and better than ever! The Festival will feature a uniquely diverse assortment of small living structures from tiny houses on wheels to container homes, a semi-trailer conversion, schoolies, van conversions, teardrops, yurts and more.
Hosted on the sprawling grounds of Riverdale Regional Park (Adams County Fairgrounds), the Colorado Tiny House Festival will blend the spirit of the tiny living movement with the most up-to-date information on going tiny, simplifying your life, minimalistic living, and living greener.
In addition to tours of nearly 40 unique small living structures, attendees will also enjoy expert speaker presentations, hands-on workshops, a product and service marketplace, food, drink, and more.
The event takes place
from Friday, June 21 through Sunday, June 23. Festival hours are Friday from noon to 5 p.m. and Saturday & Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Single day tickets are $15 per adult and children (12 and under) are FREE. (Save $5 by getting your ticket online — click here.)
Three-day passes are $30 per adult. (Save $10 by getting your ticket online — click here.)