Madam Lou Bunch Day is festival honoring Madam Louisa Ann Bunch 1857-1935 of Central City, CO. She was the best known and most voluptuous (weighing 300 lbs) of all the Central City madams back in the old days.
Her brothel on Pine Street remained open from 1900-1916. Madam Lou Bunch Day and its bed races honor this Madam who will always be remembered in Central City. She and many of her girls helped nurse many of the miners who were sick and dying in an epidemic. Madam Lou Bunch Day is held the third Saturday every June in her honor.
Grave site for Madam Lou bunch, donated by the Fortune Valley Casino, recently. She was the famous madam of Central City who died in 1935 and didn't have a head stone until recently. The head stone was erected in November 2011.Her grave can be found in Fairmount Cemetery in Denver in Block 77, Plot 91