This annual festival centers around competition in three major categories— Highland dancing, piping and drumming, and traditional Scottish athletics. Other highlights include genealogy and clan history research, Scottish food and drink and music featuring Carlos Núñez, dubbed the “Jimi Hendrix of bagpipes.”
Part of the Botanic Gardens’ new summer evening event series, “Unwind: H2O” features food, drinks and live music by roots band Stray Dog while viewing the Dale Chihuly glass art exhibition throughout the site.
For one weekend, 2,000 pieces of sculpture created by 170 sculptors from around the world transform this Loveland park into a one of the largest outdoor juried exhibitions of three-dimensional artwork in the United States.
August 2 - 10
Ellie Caulkins Opera House, Denver
The Central City Opera presents this classic Rodgers and Hammerstein musical, based on the memoir of Maria von Trapp, “The Story of the Trapp Family Singers.”
See an excerpt from Bolder Acts’ competition production of "Edgar Lee Master' Spoon River Anthology," as well as short pieces from the theater ensemble’s “24 Hour Theatre” and “Emergence Theatre” formats.
Artists Robin Walters Ward and Gina Blickenstaff present a series of farm animal paintings inspired by photographs taken in the Colorado countryside.
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