Generally, I am pretty skeptical of any event that starts off with the description "community celebration" but I am willing to meet them half way. I just can't seem to figure out what it is about. From what I can gather from the site - Green Frontier Fest, it's about the broader environmental effort here in Colorado and making the Democratic Convention the "greenest political convention in modern American history.". Although, I think the description is a bit over the top I do think it is fantastic to read about and hopefully will establish Colorado as a leader in this field.
And there is something called the "New Energy Station", which is showcasing all new hip and cutting edge green technologies.
Have you ever noticed that the moment you come up with a cool label for something instead of calling it what it is, you immediately introduce confusion? Maybe it's just me. I think the New Energy Station is about a solar house, a bike station and a new grid. But the word station means what? A place to depart? A place to pump gas?
Anyway if you are downtown and don't mind the potential crowds, check it out!