Vilar Performing Arts Center and Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater, Vail
This annual dance festival, now in its 26th season, features many different dance forms and brings in artists from the Far East, South America, Europe, Asia and the United States. This year, the Pennsylvania Ballet will present works by George Balanchine, widely considered the father of American ballet.
This Grammy Award-winning, 11-piece blues and rock ensemble formed by husband-and-wife team Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi will be joined by Texas-blues guitarist and singer Gary Clark Jr. at Red Rocks.
July 14 - Aug. 30
Vida Ellison Art Gallery, Denver Central Library
This juried exhibition features 100 pastel paintings, including a series by the event's 10 previous jurors -- all of whom are award-winning pastel artists -- and this year's juror, Albert Handell.
The Sie FilmCenter celebrates queer cinema with a variety of films celebrating LGBTQ culture. The lineup includes an opening night screening of “Appropriate Behavior,” a comedic film about a bisexual Persian girl trying to find her identity in Brooklyn, and the Australian drag classic “The Adventures Of Priscilla, Queen Of The Desert.”
Colorado Springs artist Matt Barton combines audio, video and found and made objects that relate to his experience with New Age art practices. Installations include color and crystal therapy and pineal gland activation stations, a water feature and a communal structure for stimulating the chakras.
The PACE Center and Parker Theatre Productions team up to present “Guys and Dolls,” the classic Broadway musical that tells the story of Nathan Detroit, a shady gambler, and Sarah Brown, a fervent Salvation Army do-gooder.
Marking the 40th anniversary of Swedish pop group ABBA’s first hit, “Waterloo,” this ABBA tribute show recreates the appearance of the original stars, including costumes, dance numbers and music, live on stage.