Weekend Arts Roundup: Bob Dylan covers, Native American dancers and more

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8th Annual Tribute to Bob Dylan
May 18, 6:30 p.m.
eTown Hall, Boulder

Join eTown for a live music homage to the music of Bob Dylan featuring Colorado musicians Gregory Alan Isakov, Rich More and The Vixens, among others.

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Author Roxane Gay at Lighthouse
May 17 - 18
Lighthouse Writers Workshop, Denver

The author of “An Untamed State” visits the Lighthouse Writers Workshop’s semi-annual Fly-By Writer’s Project.

“Jazz . . . Wine . . . & Walking Tour”
May 16, 5 p.m.
Blair-Caldwell Library, Denver

Part of the Five Points Jazz Festival, this 20 stop walking tour of the historical Five Points neighborhood includes snacks and wine-tasting at each stop.

“Spoken Word Slams The Spirituals”
May 17, 3 p.m.
Mercury Cafe, Denver

Young slam poets of Denver including Dominique Ashaheed, Jovan Mays and Theo “Lucifury” Wilson perform in response to African-American spiritual songs.