arts & entertainment
Jerry Joseph returns to Telluride with drummer Steve Drizos for an intimate performance at Fly Me To The Moon Saloon.
You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown in Telluride, The Polar Express in Montrose, and a holiday arts and crafts show in Ridgway, all in the arts this week.
This year’s Nugget Nights take place Wednesday, Dec. 4-Thursday, Dec. 5, at the Nugget Theatre in Telluride with free nightly screenings of the recently remastered classic, The Wizard of Oz.
Rosemerry Trommer at the Sherbino, and a National Theatre tribute in Telluride in the arts this week.
A Saturday night of CunninLynguists at the Mesa Theater in Grand Junction.
The peaks of Telluride, and Art on Trout Road in Montrose, in the arts this week.
This event will include live music by the “Take 5” jazz ensemble, delicious appetizers by Sara Sharpe, drink specials, a fun photo booth, dance-lessons and more.
Alley art and poetry in Ridgway, and Twelve Views of Lone Cone in Telluride, in the arts this week.
Journey with an adorable and talented cast of 40 dancers, ages 3-16, to the Land of the Snow and the Kingdom of the Sweets as Weehawken Dance presents an abbreviated version of Tchaikovsky’s belove...
Miss Emily appeared as an opener for the extremely popular March Fourth Marching Band the opening week of the 2013 Mountain Air Music Series. She wowed the crowds in the park and rocked the post sh...
Front range indie rock comes to the Moon with You Me & Apollo’s Telluride live debut, and they want to meet you after the show.
Uranium Drive-In and Shakespeare’s Macbeth, both in Telluride in the arts this week.
Poetry Reading in Ridgway, Artistic Gifts in Telluride
Halloween fever sweeps the Western Slope music scene. Find out where to be seen in your costume this weekend.
Catch iconic Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Dave Mason at the Moss Center for the Performing Arts Recital Hall this Sunday at 7:30 pm.
ELEVATED | Ghost Spotting at the Telluride Historical Museum, in downtown Montrose, and at the Beaumont
A regional Halloween roundup in the arts this week.
Progressive afro-funk and old school hip-hop end the music hiatus in the Western Slope.
A moonlight walk in Ridgway, a musical quartet in Montrose and Grand Junction, and a beautifully scary movie in Telluride, all in the arts this week.
High school boys who sign up will compete in formal wear, resort wear, and a talent competition.
Experience History in the San Juans