What is the Brighton Art in the Park festival?
The Art in the Park festival is a fine art show featuring artists from around the region. Art includes jewelry, pottery, painting, woodworking, metal, textile, sculpture, glass and photography. The festival features an artist market, youth mural project, art-in-progress, performance stage, children’s activity zone, and Culinary Avenue.
Is there a fee for the festival?
No. Admission is free.
Where does Art in the Park take place?
In Brighton, Colorado at Carmichael Park, 650 Southern Street.
Where should I park?
Free parking includes the City Hall parking lot (500 South 4th Ave,), indoor swimming pool lot (8th and Southern Streets) and on the street around the event. View parking map.
How many artists will be there?
More than 100 artists.
Are there activities for the kids?
Yes, there are many free make-and-take art stations and a Children’s Fun Zone that includes face painting, balloon art and inflatables.
Will there be food at the festival?
Culinary Avenue will feature cuisine served by the area’s most popular and highly rated food trucks.
Is there an ATM close by?
Yes, there will be one on site.
Can I bring my dog to Art in the Park?
No, pets are not allowed.
Where are the restrooms?
Public restrooms are located in the park. There will also be portable restrooms.
What if I have questions during the festival?
Event volunteers will be easily identifiable, wearing fluorescent vests. If they cannot answer your questions, they will direct you to on-site event representatives.