All about buying local food and supporting local businesses? Try local music, too. At this annual festival more than 70 Colorado bands will perform. Covering everything from blues to reggae, this festival is sure to have something to please everyone. Fri-Sun, times vary.
Theron Humphrey got a crazy notion in his head: to travel more than 65,000 miles across all 50 states, meet someone new every day for a year, and record all of their stories. This Wild Idea is the resulting collection of photographs and oral histories that documents the rich and beautiful lives of regular people, from a Walmart employee in Nebraska to an amateur boxer from Texas.
Dancers from the Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble combine classic moves with new works during this modern dance showcase. The recital includes excerpts from Dreamcatchers: The Untold Stories of the Americas—a routine choreographed by Robinson—which combines dance, music, and the spoken word. Sat 8 p.m.
When Jubilee runs off and gets married, her disgusted father kicks her out and turns her picture to the wall. This melodramatic comedy picks up one year later, as the family deals with a villain trying to take over their hotel and Jubilee returns widowed—and with a baby.
How far would you go to protect your family’s honor? Based on the Greek play Antigone, this production is set in a dystopian future where the government watches the public’s every move. One girl will rise up against this tyranny to honor the memory of her loved ones, defying her king and country along the way.
Nothing says “Colorado” quite like brews, views, and live music. This unlimited beer tasting offers samples from 27 microbreweries, such as New Belgium Brewing Company, Odell Brewing Company, and Oskar Blues Brewery. Don’t miss a performance by Dickey Betts and the Groove Hawgs. Sat noon-5 p.m.
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