The Cherry Creek Arts Festival returns with hundreds of art works, performances by Tune-Yards, Ghost Tapes and more

The festival will return to its usual Cherry Creek North location this year after it was temporarily relocated during the pandemic.
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The Cherry Creek Arts Festival.
Chloe Aiello.

The Cherry Creek Arts Festival has returned. From July 1-3, the free annual outdoor art fair will show offart works, as well as a lineup of musical performances by artists like indie-pop group Tune-Yards and local acts Ghost Tapes, Mary Louise Lee Band, Ramakhandra and more.

Presented by art education nonprofit CherryArts, the 2022 event marks the festival's return to its usual Cherry Creek North location after it was relocated to the creek-side area of the Cherry Creek Shopping Center to allow for more social distancing.

This year's festivities will include offerings from dozens of local food vendors, interactive art experiences, an art fair featuring more than 250 national and international artists working in a range of media, a station for kids activities,  and live performances by 15 artists, including a ticketed fundraiser concert by Tune-Yards.

The 2022 festival also marks the return of its Student Art Buying program. The program gives students from 22 Colorado schools the chance to buy artwork from festival artists to include in permanent installation at their schools

The Cherry Creek Arts Festival kicks off on Wednesday, June 29, with a ticketed celebration at Hotel Clio. The festival itself will run July 1 and 2, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., and July 3 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. There will be an additional accessibility hour on Friday, July 1, from 9 to 10 a.m.

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