07/2015

Thursday, July 02, 2015
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Wanderlust Festival

Submitted by Photo Intern on Mon, 06/29/2015 - 1:04pm

Relax, reflect, and bask in the natural beauty of the Western Slope, as the world's largest yoga lifestyle festival descends on Snowmass Village. The four-day event caters to both experienced yogis and beginners with an array of classes and experiences as well as guided adventures like trail running, stand-up paddleboarding, slack lining, or mountaintop meditation.

Civic Center Eats

Submitted by Callie Sumlin on Mon, 04/27/2015 - 9:55am

Kick lunchtime boredom to the curb at Civic Center Eats, an outdoor gathering of the city's best food trucks. Listen to live tunes from performers like Jeff King and Owen Kortz and enjoy delicious eats and sips from your favorite mobile food vendors, including Manna from Heaven, Jessie's Smokin' Nola, and Quiero Arepas. Shaded tables and an on-site ATM make lunching al fresco cool and breezy. A portion of the proceeds benefits Civic Center Conservancy, a nonprofit dedicated to restoring Civic Center Park. Tue, Thu 11 a.m.-2 p.m.

Aspen Music Festival and School

Submitted by Kiran Herbert on Tue, 03/24/2015 - 12:42pm

Considered among the world’s premier classical music festivals, the Aspen Music Festival and School combines performance and education for young adults over the course of an eight-week summer program. With about 130 artist-faculty members and more than 600 students, the 300 events—from solo and chamber music performances to fully staged opera productions—draw around 70,000 audience members. Now in its 67th season, the AMFS concerts will include performances by virtuosos Joshua Bell, Wynton Marsailis, and Vijay Iyer, to name a few. Thu 3:30 p.m.-Sun 4 p.m.

Four Mile Park Independence Day Celebration

Submitted by Corrie Sahling on Tue, 05/19/2015 - 5:08pm

In lieu of staking out on a sidewalk for hours to see a fireworks show, head to Four Mile Park where there's plenty of room for all at this Independence Day celebration. Kids can pan for gold, try their hand (or rather, foot) at stilts, and test their strength at tug-o-war. Historical demonstrations of blacksmiths and home cooks will also take place. Once fireworks are lighting up the sky, Denver Concert Band will playing patriotic tunes to cap off the evening. Thu 5-10 p.m.