This beloved local event dedicated to all things western from fiddle playing to rodeo has much to offer during its middle weekend. Highlights include the the coronation of Miss Rodeo Colorado, a chainsaw demonstration and the Wild West show.
This innovative new music ensemble consisting of 13 string players presents two concerts in Denver and Broomfield of works by Debussy, Bartók, Regina Spektor and Ravel, as well as a musical mash-up and a contest.
Hype 303, a hip-hop dance group based in Aurora, brings one of the premiere national urban dance-offs to Colorado for the first time. The event features break-dancing, popping and waacking among other styles.
Through Sunday, Feb. 9 (Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 p.m. / Sundays at 6:00 p.m.)
Edge Theatre, Lakewood
Lyle Kessler’s gritty 1983 play about two orphaned brothers in Philadelphia who get entangled in the kidnapping of a mobster has achieved success at Chicago's Steppenwolf Theatre, off-Broadway, Broadway and in London’s West End.
Join CPR for "Atlas of a Lost World," a conversation with author Craig Childs and Colorado Matters host Ryan Warner. Enjoy radio in the making at this special event in Grand Junction on Friday, July 13.