The hip hangout in Boulder has everything you need and a really cool backstory
Photos courtesy of Rayback Collective
Grab Fido and head to Boulder's coolest hangout to unwind with your friends, play some corn hole or even watch The Bachelor. Rayback Collective is a food park, bar and event space with more than 30 taps on deck and a rotating set of the tastiest food trucks.
The idea began with a Kickstarter campaign, funded by the community, to create an outdoor concept filled with food trucks, a stage and a shipping container to house the bar.
Now, you can soak in the Colorado sunshine at one of the state's biggest backyard parties with over 10,000 sq. feet of indoor/outdoor usable space built by people with the passion and drive to share all of the things to love about Boulder: music, food, beer and community.
Rayback Collective stands on the site of the old Rayback Plumbing building, owned by Marion Arthur Rayback and operated for 60 years. Marion Rayback was a WWII veteran and was beloved in his Boulder community, donating time and money to Habitat for Humanity and Boulder Seniors.
Inspired by Marion and his dedication to goodness and spreading kindness, Rayback Collective has a desire to serve its community through passion for food, drink, music and play. Rayback even has a private event space called The Marion.
Between the outdoor space, bar and The Marion, Rayback hosts fab events like REI workshops on biking and camp cooking, yoga sessions, free concerts and more.
Rayback Collective celebrates its 3rd anniversary on Saturday July 13, 2019, and you know it's going to be a party.