JAS Aspen Snowmass Labor Day Experience features three days of world-class performances on multiple stages, eclectic food and beverage vendors, a kiddie corner, and more.2023 acts include The Lumineers, Foo Fighters, Old Dominion, Billy Idol, Grace Potter, Brothers Osborne and James Bay & Jade Jackson.
In today’s chaotic, challenging world, we often don’t know where to turn for help. Little did we know that life’s most valuable lessons lie within the undead. Finally, zombies engage us with musings on life, death, and everything in between. They show us that brains aren’t everything…you are what you eat…and what doesn’t kill you makes you…more alive.All I Really Need to Know I Learned from Being a Zombie will be performed every Saturday and Sunday @3pm, on the trail at Chautauqua Park in Boulder, CO.
Check in and meet at the picnic pavilion behind the Chautauqua Auditorium. Our hikes are at a moderate level/pace and last no more than 2 hours. When you first arrive, you will be greeted by your hiking guide who will check you in and lead the way down the trail to each scene location. Once you arrive at a scene location, you can sit back and relax to watch a scene from the production. Once the scene is complete, we all gather our things and hike to the next location.During an Arts in the Open production, you will be hiking along a moderate trail. We encourage all audience members to wear proper hiking attire and shoes. We also recommend you bring: Weather appropriate clothing, water, snacks, hats, umbrellas, sunscreen, and blankets to sit on and/or lightweight camping chairs. There will be water and granola bars available for a suggested donation.
The city of Loveland Proclaims Never Give Up Day. August 18 is officially Never Give Up Day! The city of Loveland joins community members in celebrating Never Give Up Day on August 18th, 2023. Never Give Up Day is a celebration focused on cultivating a mindset of determination and highlights the unbelievable power of individuals who simply refuse to give in to life’s challenges.
Never Give Up Day provides a common platform that inspires individuals and professionals to organize virtual and physical events to take place on a local or national scale. The Mayoral proclamation signals the city’s role in recognizing the importance of perseverance and encourages awareness-raising activities. On Never Give Up Day we praise those who have won and achieved great things, and we admire those who struggle and know no despair.
The Breckenridge Summer Beer Festival is one of the premiere summer events in Breckenridge each year bringing breweries for tastings, live music, a VIP area and wonderful food and retail vendors. All taking place outside at Beaver Run Resort & Conference Center in Breckenridge with amazing views of the mountains! Enjoy a weekend of playing outdoors and a Saturday afternoon of beer tastings from some of Colorado’s finest breweries & other breweries from around the world! The Breckenridge Summer Beer Festival draws a wide range of people from beer aficionados to families. The Breckenridge Summer Beer Festival celebrates Brews, Views & Great Live Music!
Block Party is a three-day, outdoor live music event located in Downtown Eagle, Colorado with 13 bands playing on three stages, offering a full-weekend summer kickback filled with food trucks, bars, craft vendors, camping, and a VIP experience.Block Party 2023 headliners are Lettuce, Oteil & Friends, and Pepper with supporting musical artists Paul Cauthen, Sam Bush, Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe, The Record Company, Dumpstaphunk, Kyle Hollingsworth Band, Bill & Jilian Nershi Ft. Jason Hahn, Celisse, Float Like a Buffalo, and Trees Don’t Move.
JOIN US for an amazing day of friendly competition. Teams of two will test their skills at Pickleball, 9 holes of PAR 3 Golf, and Paddling across the pool in an inter-tube (optional). It’s sure to be one of the funnest events of 2023! Participants will enjoy lunch, competition, auction, beverages and poolside dinner with awards for the best scores.
— Shotgun Style, 4-Person Scramble —Thompson Education Foundation honors the legacy of Dr. Stan Scheer and continues his spirit of generosity through the Dr. Stan Scheer Memorial Student Opportunity Fund. The Scheer Student Opportunity Fund provides gap funding for Thompson School District students to embrace individual academic, leadership, recognition and extracurricular opportunities to ensure opportunities when there are financial barriers in the way.Registration includes:
* 1 Foursome with 2 carts
* Opportunity to win the HOLE IN ONE prize of $10,000
* Opportunity to donate for Mulligan passes
* Opportunity to donate to win ‘Beat the Pro’
* Opportunity to donate for “Loose Ends”
* Chance to win $360 PER PLAYER golf credit at Mariana Butte!
* Support of an incredible non-profit that serves Loveland students and familiesCost: $140 for individual golfer, $560 for a foursomeSponsorships are still available! Tickets go on sale July 7!
Breckenridge International Festival of Arts, or BIFA for short, is a 10-day celebration of Adventure + Creativity + Play. Local, national and international artist talent and organizations, both traditional and unconventional, mingle together to create an eclectic mix of music, dance, film, visual arts and family entertainment. Throughout the festival, Breck Create produces dozens of events throughout the cultural venues, public parks, trails and open spaces of Breckenridge.
The Breck Epic is a 6-day mountain bike race held in and around the backcountry surrounding Breckenridge. Each stage begins and ends in town, allowing racers to stay in one place for the entire event. The race is 220-240 miles long and features roughly 40,000 feet of vertical gain (and loss). The Epic is composed of 6 BIG backcountry loops (3 loops for the 3-day Epic-curious events), each between 35 and 50 miles long. The race has been described as a rad vibe with a mid-90s mayhem feel.
Every Independence Day, Breckenridge comes alive with patriotism, parties and the annual Main Street Parade. It’s a day of celebration that includes athletic competitions, live music, art festivals, family activities and a few of our favorite small-town traditions.