Pull on your cycling shorts and grease-up your two-wheeler’s rusty chain. Spring time roads are beckoning for bikes: Start-up the season with a warm-up event. Gather with fellow cyclists and bikers, dish up cardio fuel, and sip local brews from New Belgium Brewing and wine from Echelon Vineyards.
Dine and dance to a medley of music—from classic rock, jazz, and hip-hop to swing. From Earth Wind and Fire to Led Zeppelin to Michael Jackson, you’ll enjoy an array of beats. Bravo! Vail will host the event, beginning with a cocktail reception, hors d’oeuvres, and silent auction.
Explore African roots through traditional Sudan cuisine, dance, and ancient artifacts. In addition to historic pieces, the silent and live auctions will feature the work of more than 40 Colorado artists. The selection of pieces will include creations from the expressionist oil painter Michelle Torrez and impressionist painter John Harrell.
Brace yourself for a ride: Denver’s downtown theme park is opening its gates. Between the adrenaline-surging drops—including the 200-foot sky-to-ground rush of the Tower of Doom or the Boomerang’s 50 mph back-and-forth twists—regroup while watching acrobatic and musical performances, magicians, and interacting with animals.
Cool off with rum 'n' cider or a chillded beer. The sleeveless ensemble is mandatory but you’ll stay plenty warm in your vest. Prizes go out to the hottest vests of the night. Don’t forget to enter the raffle drawing for a grab bag of awesome wins, which include Patagoina vests, Rockmount western wear, and Illegal Pete's or Highland Tap & Burger gift cards.
Peruse rows of the freshest four-wheel releases—green-energy machines, sleek-and-exotic roadsters, and specialty rides. With a showcase that displays more than 35 car lines—from the Ferrari 458 Italia and Lotus Exige S to the Toyota DUB Avalon and Kia’s Green Lantern Soul—delight in all of the new features of these vehicles. Questions? The factory reps are on hand to help out.
The 28,500 square-foot concrete and edgy Clyfford Still Museum demands attention. Learn more about how Still’s abstract expressionism inspired the architectural design of this facility—the sole Still museum in existence. The artist's will stipulates that the entirety of his work must be housed in one permanent museum.
Whip out your brimmed hat and dashing getup for the Kentucky Derby. Enjoy mint juleps, beer, wine, and hors d’oeuvres as you cheer on the racers. Dance to live jazz music from Your Father's Mustache Band, applaud cancer survivors and recipients of the George Karl Awards, and bid in silent and live auctions. Sat 3-7 p.m.
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