View pieces from the late painter John Fudge, who lived in Denver for most of his life. The exhibit will focus on Fudge's early career, spanning from the late 1960s to early 1980s and is bolstered by the work of his contemporaries. Dates, times vary.
The East Village heads west as this Pulitzer- and Tony-winning musical hits Colorado. The show follows a group of artists struggling with community, identity, and the AIDS epidemic in late-’80s NYC, but it still resonates with audiences across the country today. Days, times vary.
A multicourse dinner created by Mark Monette—executive chef and owner of Flagstaff House Restaurant—is made even better with beers chosen by Adam Avery of Avery Brewing Company. Divine tastes such as vintage natural short ribs and Yukon Gold potato puree are paired with beers like Uncle Jacob's Stout. Wed 7-9 p.m.
Honey Touche and her Touchettes pay homage to the simpler days when vinyl ruled rock ’n’ roll and burlesque shows owned the stage. This tribute to the music world’s hardest-rocking women includes songs by Blondie, Cyndi Lauper, Heart, and more. Some of Lannie’s regulars will also take the stage. Fri 8 p.m.
Under the motto "work hard, play hard, give back" the Denver Habitat Young Professionals of Habitat for Humanity bring you a bracket-style day-drinking tournament. Teams of four will go against one another in games of flip-cup, giant beer pong, and an epic Das Boot chug off finale. The grand prize: A luxury Denver Nuggets package. Sat 11 a.m.
Two new exhibits will debut at the CU Art Museum. Heart Lines: Expressions of Native North American Art features artists and works exploring Native American history, politics, culture, and contemporary experience. PAPER/PRODUCT showcases part of the eclectic modern art collection of Polly and Mark Addison. Opening receptions for both will be held September 5 at 6 p.m.
When the now-Fillmore Auditorium first opened in 1907, it was known as the Mammoth Roller Skating Rink. Lace up your skates and go back in time at this all-night, 21-plus roller disco party. Following an all-local roller derby bout (7 p.m.start), the rink will be open for boogying and skating t
More than 40 breweries and micro-distilleries join together for one of fall's most popular boozing festivals. Start sipping on Thursday night in Odell's tasting room with a special release, fall harvest brew, then get crafty with samples from Dancing Pines Distillery, Funkwerks, and Twisted Pine Brewing. Proceeds benefit the Animal House. Thu 7 p.m.; Sat 7-10 p.m.
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