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This Week in Colorado Springs (6/5 - 6/11)

Happy Monday from Front Range Shuttle!

By Tony Fleming-Brum - June 4, 2017

Good morning Colorado Springs, and welcome to yet another installment of the Front Range Shuttle local events Blog! It’s starting to feel like summer out there, everyone! We’re still looking to see some scattered thunderstorms in the afternoons this week, but with temperatures in the 70s to 80s, and clear skies forecast for the weekend, it should be great weather to get out and explore!
 
With warm weather in the forecast, and rain clouds only heading out way later in the afternoon, why not take a trip over to the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo on Monday (6/5) while everyone is at work! Cheyenne Mountain Zoo’s 146 picturesque acres are home to over 750 animals of every variety. Mirroring their natural habitats in the wild, the animals’ Zoo homes will transport you to wild places around the globe. With its distinctive mountainside setting at an elevation of 6,714— and over 170 species of wild animals, engaging exhibits and irresistible attractions, at Cheyenne Mountain Zoo the wonders of the wild are just a short trip away!
 
If you haven’t had the chance to see the new show yet, you’ll definitely want to head over to The Simpich Showcase Marionette Theatre for their showings of The Firebird this Tuesday (6/6)! Nothing is as it appears to be for young Prince Ivan as he ventures forth on a quest to capture the illusive and deadly Firebird. He is aided in his harrowing journey by a flying wolf, a hospitable owl and innkeeper mouse; riddles and tests are inexplicably solved; and an adventure unfolds that carries the wayward hero to the farthest reaches of fairy tale Russia.
 
On Wednesday (6/7) of this week, we’ll be heading on over to Front Range BBQ once again! If the good food and good company isn’t enough to entice you to swing by, this week they’ll be hosting Selasee and the Fafa Family! Born in Accra, Ghana, Selasee grew up exposed to the colorful and energetic sounds of Highlife Music. With this exposure Selasee created his own style—a unique blend of Reggae, West African Highlife and American Pop music. Threading together English and West African lyrics for a bright and captivating sound. Get there early for a table!
 
Thursday (6/8) of this week we’ll be heading over to Stargazers Theatre for a very special show: The Jimi Hendrix Revolution with Randy Hansen!  For nearly three decades, world-renowned guitarist Randy Hansen has acquired quite a reputation as being one of the best Hendrix impersonators on the Third Stone from the Sun. Releasing countless discs through the years featuring both stellar Hendrix jams and his own authentic Hendrix-inspired riffage, the man is a true guitar legend in every sense of the word. In a sea of Hendrix-inspired guitarists, Randy Hansen stands tall and is one of the few players officially recognized by the Hendrix family. “He’s just brilliant. He’s completely brilliant.” -Rolling Stone
 
Friday (6/9) will be a great chance to get out of the house for a free show, and with clear skies in the forecast, the carnival and rides at City Summer Fest will be a ton of fun! Crabtree amusements will fill the parking lot in front of Colorado Springs Event Center with everything from kiddie rides to the newest extreme thrill rides. After the rides, you’ll have a chance to see the hit band AJR with their hit single “Weak” which has been certified Gold in the U.S., and Platinum in Australia!
 
Saturday (6/10) we’ll be stopping by the Pikes Peak Center for their presentation of a real legend, David Blaine! Described by Howard Stern as the greatest magician that ever lived, David Blaine single-handedly redefined magic after producing and directing his original television special Street Magic when he was just twenty-three, which Penn Jillette of Penn & Teller called “the best TV magic special ever done.” The New York Times noted that Blaine has “taken a craft that’s been around for hundreds of years and done something unique and fresh with it,” whilst The New Yorker claimed “he saved magic.”
 
Wrapping up our week with Sunday (6/11), we’ll head right back to the Colorado Springs Event Center for another full-day of fun at the City Summer Fest! This Sunday 104.9 TIGRE Spanish Radio will be presenting their 7th Annual Women’s Fair, with 12 Mexican bands performing live on stage all day including international and regional recording artists! See 104.9 Tigre on Facebook for a full line-up!

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This Week in Colorado Springs (5/29 - 6/4)

Happy Memorial Day!

By Tony Fleming-Brum - May 29, 2017

Hello again Colorado Springs, and welcome to this week’s edition of the Front Range Shuttle local events Blog! It seems as though the old poem, “Sweet April showers, do spring May flowers” may need a revision for us here in Colorado Springs, as our afternoon showers seems to be hitting us all in May! We’re still looking at sunny skies and warm temperatures for the week, but be on the look out for those black clouds rolling over the mountains in the afternoons!
 
Starting our week off with Monday evening (5/29), we’ll be heading over to the Broadmoor World Arena for an epic show of classic rock and roll with Def Leppard, Poison and Tesla performing live! With two prestigious Diamond Awards to their credit, Def Leppard—Joe Elliott, Phil Collen, Vivian Campbell, Rick “Sav” Savage and Rick Allen—continues to stand tall in the music industry and deliver some of the most iconic rock melodies and memorable anthems of all time. This will be an amazing night of rock and roll that you won’t want to miss!
 
If you aren’t able to make it out to the Broadmoor for the Memorial Day show, Tuesday (5/30) will be another chance for you to take in some classic rock at the Stargazers Theatre, where they’ll be presenting “A Night of Red Dirt Country with Jack Ingram”! Throughout a recording career that has spanned more than 20 years, Jack Ingram has maintained a reputation for uncompromising, personally charged song craft and energetic, charismatic performances, earning him prominent stature in a prestigious tradition of iconoclastic singer-songwriters. Ingram was named Best New Male Vocalist by the Academy of Country Music in 2008, despite the fact that he’d already been rocking honky tonks, theaters, and stadiums for a decade and a half by then, so come on out and see what you’ve been missing!
 
Wednesday (5/31) we’ll wrap up the month of May with a stop by the Norris Penrose Event Center, where they’ll be putting on a very special show: The Al Kaly Shrine Circus! With three rings of affordable family fun, "The Shrine Circus" will thrill fans of all ages. Come see the death-defying aerial acts, and animal attractions including tigers and elephants. In addition to the performing acts, kids will have the unique opportunity to ride and pet different types of animals!
 
Thursday (6/1) the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center will be continuing with their presentation of Man of La Mancha, so if you didn’t catch the show last week, you’ve got another opportunity now! A celebrated Broadway hit and winner of five Tony Awards®, Man of La Mancha is a remarkable show and one of the great theatre successes of the 20th century. It will leave you breathless with a score including the touching ode to romance, Dulcinea, the heroic, I, Don Quixote and the unforgettable, The Impossible Dream. Inspired by one of the greatest novels of all time, Man of La Mancha features Miguel de Cervantes and his faithful servant, who channel the power of storytelling to recount the legend of wannabe knight Don Quixote and his trusty sidekick Sancho as they embark on a journey full of laughter, love and unruly windmills. Man of La Mancha is a theatrical masterpiece sure to captivate all lovers of musical theater!
 
On Friday (6/2) Colorado Springs will be kicking off the City Summer Fest at the Colorado Springs Event Center; 17 days of family fun to celebrate the beginning of summer! The festival will be filled with music, food and fun with one of the best carnivals in the United States. Crabtree amusements will fill the parking lot in front of Colorado Springs Event Center with everything from kiddie rides to the newest extreme thrill rides. City Summer Fest kicks off June 2 with a live concert featuring Aaron Carter, who toured with the Backstreet Boys and Britney Spears!
 
In keeping with the classic rock we’ve had this week, Saturday (6/3) we’ll be heading right back to the Stargazers Theatre for their presentation of The Strange Parade – The Doors: Live and Revived! The Strange Parade, based out of Boulder, Colorado, is a respectful revival of the Doors. They specialize in bringing an authentic Doors concert experience back to life. Not a single song is a copy of an album recording; everything the band does is inspired by the live direction of the original group. “Not only does Matthew seem to directly channel Jim Morrison, the whole band seems to be there! They are not just going through the motions, they are bringing the soul! If you were ever a Doors fan this band is a must see.” Brian Finn, Gold Hill Inn. Come on out and experience the days long gone: The Doors, live and revived!
 
Wrapping up our week with Sunday (6/4), we’ll be stopping by the Springs Ensemble Theatre for their presentation of Rapture, Blister, Burn by Gina Gionfriddo. Springs Ensemble Theatre (“SET”) is continuing its eighth season with Pulitzer Prize nominee Gina Gionfriddo’s Rapture, Blister, Burn – a sharp-witted exploration of the impact our choices have on our lives. Directed by special guest artist Joye Cook-Levy – whose recent directorial projects include Enchanted April at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center and Constellations at Theatreworks – SET’s production of Rapture, Blister, Burn digs heavily into the question: Can you have it all?

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This Week in Colorado Springs (5/22 - 5/28)

Congrats to All Our Air Force Academy Graduates!

By Tony Fleming-Brum - May 21, 2017

Good morning Colorado Springs, and welcome to this week’s installment of the Front Range Shuttle local events blog! We may have had some rainy, chilly days last week, but this week it’s looking like Spring is finally upon us! With clear skies all the way through next Saturday and highs in the 70s, it’ll be a great week to get out and explore our beautiful city!
 
We’ll start off our week of gorgeous weather with Monday (5/22) at the North Slope Recreation Area! Fisherman and outdoor enthusiasts take note! Crystal Reservoir, North Catamount and South Catamount Lakes are now open for fishing, and the North Slope Recreation Area is now open for the season. Grab your gear for a great day in the mountains!
 
Tuesday (5/23) we’ll be heading up to the Cheyenne Mountain State Park for an early morning Bird Hike with birding experts Charlie Campbell and Barry Cooper! It will be an easy hike, to look for and identify both resident and migratory bird species; it’s migration time! It is recommended that you bring water, binoculars, and a notepad. They will also have some binoculars you may borrow if you wish. No experience necessary, recommended for ages 7 and up. Closed-toe shoes are required, and hiking shoes are recommended. Let’s get out and enjoy the sun!
 
Wednesday (5/24) is the US Air Force Academy graduation, so if you’re in town visiting a cadet, what better way to celebrate their accomplishments than an evening of good food and good tunes? This week Front Range BBQ will be hosting Malcolm Lucard and the Vagamundo Orchestra for a new CD release party! I haven’t had the pleasure of seeing this group live yet, but according to the Colorado Springs Gazette, “Lucard tickles the brain not only with his stories, but with the melodies that carry them.”. It should be a great night!
 
This Thursday (5/25) we’ll be spending the evening indoors, but the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center will definitely make it worth-while with their presentation of Man of La Mancha! A celebrated Broadway hit and winner of five Tony Awards®, Man of La Mancha is a remarkable show and one of the great theatre successes of the 20th century. It will leave you breathless with a score including the touching ode to romance, Dulcinea, the heroic, I, Don Quixote and the unforgettable, The Impossible Dream. Inspired by one of the greatest novels of all time, Man of La Mancha features Miguel de Cervantes and his faithful servant, who channel the power of storytelling to recount the legend of wannabe knight Don Quixote and his trusty sidekick Sancho as they embark on a journey full of laughter, love and unruly windmills. Man of La Mancha is a theatrical masterpiece sure to captivate all lovers of musical theater!
 
We’ll be starting off our Memorial Day Weekend on Friday (5/26) at the Pikes Peak International Raceway, where they’ll be hosting the 2017 Into Thin Air Drift Party!  The Into Thin Air Drift Party on Memorial Day Weekend at Pikes Peak International Raceway is going to be a huge party for car enthusiasts featuring Formula Drift Pro-Am Southwest Drift, Drift Colorado, PPIR Open Drift and Saturday Night Drags! Overnight camping is available for all on the infield area of PPIR on Friday, Saturday and Sunday night for FREE! RV power hook-ups are $25 for the weekend (limited availability). Come on down and let’s kick off our Memorial Day Weekend the right way!
 
Saturday evening (5/27) the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo has a very special event for kids only: WildNights at the Zoo! Have your kids ever seen or heard the Zoo at night? Don’t guess, have them come learn what it’s like to spend the night among the creatures at the Zoo. Let your kids go see what the animals do while the rest of us sleep (or enjoy a rare night without worrying about the kids)! In a fun-filled night to remember, they can explore Cheyenne Mountain Zoo by moonlight. This program is for kids only, dinner and breakfast are served by the Zoo. NOTE: Kids must be 5 years or older to participate.
 
Wrapping up this week’s event blog with Sunday (5/28), we’ll be heading up to Black Forest for The Ninth Annual Meadowgrass Music Festival! Start the festival season off right with one of Colorado’s most eclectic music festivals, held annually over Memorial Day weekend at the beautiful La Foret Conference & Retreat Center in Black Forest. Located between Colorado Springs and Denver, MeadowGrass is the perfect getaway for families and music lovers. The festival features performances from more than 20 national, regional and local artists, music workshops, yoga, kids’ activities, and camping. Join us to discover why MeadowGrass has been named “Best Music Festival” by readers of the Colorado Springs Independent year after year!

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This Week in Colorado Springs (5/15-5/21)

Happy Armed Forces Week!

By Tony Fleming-Brum - May 14, 2017

Hello once again, Colorado Springs, from your friendly, neighborhood Blogger! Hopefully you were able to stay dry during our week of rainy afternoons, and took full advantage of the gorgeous weekend of sun that followed! This week is looking like a bit of rain towards the weekend, but temperatures still pleasantly warm for the start of our week.
 
We’ll kick off our weekly events with Monday (5/15) at The Broadmoor Hotel, where they’ll be hosting the 2017 Armed Forces Week Awards Luncheon! The luncheon will be to honor our enlisted men and women, and provides a unique opportunity to express our community’s gratitude to our military for their dedication and service to the nation. The event features keynote speaker Lieutenant General Michelle Johnson, Superintendent of the United States Air Force Academy. With Memorial Day fast approaching, what better way to honor our men and women in uniform!
 
Tuesday (5/16) we’ll be heading over to the Cottonwood Center for the Arts, where they’ll have an art showcase of pattern and decoration: Motif.  Patterns have been and continue to be integral to art all over the world, including the intricate geometric patterns of the Islamic world, the colorful floral embroideries of Turkey, Japanese woodblocks, and the diverse mosaics from Mexico, Rome, and the Byzantine empire. This will be a great opportunity to take in some fine art while you’re here in town, and the best part: it’s free!
 
With half the week over with, and the weekend fast approaching, why not take the opportunity to unwind a bit this Wednesday evening (5/17)? And what better place to do it than the Gold Camp Brewing Company, where they’ll be having their weekly live trivia night, Triviality! Bring your team and get ready for some fun! Lil Howard's BBQ will be serving delicious pulled pork, hot links, and more! Gold Camp also has an amazing array of locally brewed beers on tap. The top 3 finishers in the trivia game get prizes, with 1st place being a gift certificate AND a team flag on the coveted Trivia Trophy!
 
With rain forecast for Thursday afternoon (5/18), we’ll be swinging by the Funky Little Theater Company for their production of Extremities, the Play by William Mastrosimone! This production features the talents of local actors Haley Hunsaker, Sophie Thunberg, Desiree Myers, and Dylan McClintock and is being directed by Funky Company Member, Grant Langdon. Marjorie is home alone when Raul enters through her unlocked door and attempts to attack her. The tables turn when Marjorie is able to subdue Raul and keep him tied up in her fireplace. When Terry and Patricia, Marjorie's roommates, come home to find the unimaginable... they are shocked and begin discussing how to handle the situation: call the police, or take matters into their own hands? This play contains adult situations and language that is not intended or suited for children.
 
Friday evening (5/19) we’re looking at rain once again, but that’s ok, because Stargazers Theatre will be hosting “An Evening with Audrey Bussanich and Wendy Woo” that’s sure to entertain! Audrey Bussanich writes and performs jazz, pop and Americana styles. She began training as a classical pianist at the age of three and has a strong foundation in classical performance and composition that informs her original songs. Her music shows influences ranging from the impressionist composers of the 18th century to the rock/Americana bands of the 60's. Audrey displays a musical depth and range that is unusual for an artist of her age. As Colorado’s music scene has exploded over the past few years, one of its mainstays has been Wendy Woo. Her energetic personality, musical skills, and spirited songwriting have made her a media and fan favorite. WWB is a poly-ethnic, power pop, song-rock, 6-piece band with sweet vocal harmonies and shuddering grooves.
 
Saturday afternoon (5/20) the rain is looking to continue through the evening with scattered showers, so we’ll be heading over to King Pin Lanes for AAZK's Bowling for Rhinos Fundraiser! Strike Out Extinction! Is that rumble that you hear the charge of a huge rhinoceros…. or just bowling balls rolling towards pins? Join Cheyenne Mountain Zoo’s Zoo Keepers and AAZK for a fun night of bowling, raffles and door prizes – and it’s all to help wild rhinos! Bowling for Rhinos (BFR) is an annual fundraising event held by AAZK (American Association of Zoo Keepers ) chapters across the country. Register yourself or a team, gather sponsors (optional) and come bowl with us!
 
To bring our week to a close, we’ll head to the Pikes Peak Center on Sunday (5/21), where the Colorado Springs Philharmonic will be presenting Carmina Burana! The dramatic arias and complex rhythms of Carl Orff’s medieval cantata Carmina Burana are renowned for being tough to pull off — and even tougher to fully realize within the confines of a concert hall. The Colorado Springs Philharmonic brings a whole season’s worth of musical momentum to the challenge, combining the might of the Colorado Springs Chorale and the Children’s Chorale for a tour de force performance of this ancient meditation on fickle fortune, fleeting life, and the joy of the return of Spring!

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This Week in Colorado Springs (5/5 - 5/11)

Happy Friday from Front Range Shuttle!

By Tony Fleming-Brum - May 5, 2017

Hello Colorado Springs, and welcome once again to the Front Range Shuttle weekly events blog! Spring is finally here! Unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on your proclivity for rain), that means Spring showers, and we’re looking at a full week of rain next week. Luckily, Mother Nature has gifted us with a beautiful weekend of clear skies and highs in the 70s before the showers begin!
 
Starting off our events for the week with Friday (5/5/2017), we’ll be heading over to Old Colorado City for the First Friday ArtWalk! Visit Old Colorado City’s ArtWalk the first Friday of April through December, featuring local and internationally-known professional artists. Pick from hundreds of original art offerings in more than a dozen art galleries. Enjoy a festive evening with Colorado Springs’ largest concentration of galleries along West Colorado Avenue, between 23rd and 27th Streets. This is a free, family-friendly event.
 
Saturday of this week (5/6/2017) is forecast to be a gorgeous day, with mostly clear skies, and a projected high of 75! With that in mind, you may want to avoid some of the more well-known out-door activities here in town, as they will most certainly be extremely full. The great thing about our city, though, is that you can always find a trail with hardly anyone on it if you go looking off the beaten path.
After an afternoon of taking in the sun, we’ll swing by the Stargazers Theatre and Event Center for their showing of Colorado Floyd! Join us for a FREE night with best Pink Floyd jam-band around! Colorado Floyd performs the whole spectrum of Pink Floyd music, live!  For Floyd fans everywhere, this is the band to see!
 
Sunday (5/7/2017) we’re forecast to have the first smattering of rain to kick off the week, with some thunderstorms possible later in the afternoon. With that in mind, we’ll be swinging by the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center for their presentation of Souvenir: A Fantasia on the Life of Florence Foster Jenkins! For more than half a century, the name Florence Foster Jenkins has been guaranteed to produce explosions of derisive laughter. Not unreasonably so, as this wealthy society eccentric suffered under the delusion that she was a great coloratura soprano when she was in fact incapable of producing two consecutive notes in tune. Nevertheless, she received extraordinary fame, and the climax of her career was a single concert at Carnegie Hall in 1944. Famously, it sold out in two hours. Souvenir, by turn hilarious and poignant, tells her story.
 
Monday evening (5/8/2017) we are looking at light showers, but with temperatures still forecast to be in the 70s through the afternoon. This will be a perfect day for a quick walk through the park, and then an evening indoors while the rain passes by. We’ve got a fun “Alchemical Remix” exhibit that’ll be showing at the Plaza of the Rockies this week, so why not pop in and check out some very nifty artwork by SuZett Estell, a Colorado-based Digital Artist!
 
Tuesday afternoon (5/9/2017) we’ll be expecting more scattered showers starting around 1:00 p.m., so unless you’re looking for an afternoon hike in the rain, you’ll want to be heading indoors to stay dry. This blogger will most definitely be heading on up to the Tri-Lakes Center for the Arts in Palmer Lake, Colorado (just about 40 minutes North of Downtown Colorado Springs) for the Billy Bob Thornton and the Boxmasters show! The Boxmasters is an American country rock/rockabilly band founded in Bellflower, California in 2007. It features Academy Award-winning actor Billy Bob Thornton as the drummer and vocalist. Billy Bob Thornton has said that he never intended to become a movie star, it happened accidentally. “Music is what I love,” states Thornton.  Before his acting career started, he played in cover bands for Creedence Clearwater Revival, ZZ Top, and also worked as a roadie with Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Johnny Paycheck, Blood, Sweat & Tears, the Statler Brothers, and other bands.   He also released a record with a band called ‘Hot Lanta’ in 1974. Over his acting career, Thornton released four solo albums from 2001 to 2007.
 
For Wednesday (5/10/2017) of this week, we’ve got a fantastic line-up scheduled at The Black Sheep: both Hinder and Nonpoint! Hinder, the multi-platinum Oklahoma City rockers will be joined by Nonpoint, an alternative metal/rap-metal foursome that rocks just as hard! The Black Sheep has been voted “Best Live Music Venue” in Colorado Springs every year since they’ve been open, and with these 2 powerhouses lighting up the stage, you’re definitely in for a rocking good time!
 
Wrapping up our week with Thursday (5/11/2017), we’ll be heading over to the Pikes Peak Community College – Centennial Campus for their presentation of Symphony for the Sons of Nam to honor Vietnam War Veterans and Refugees. Featuring The Vanguard School Ensemble and Special Speaker: James “Kimo” Williams, Composer. Kimo Williams plays with the famed, Lt. Dan Band and will be speaking on his experiences in the Vietnam War and the music he has composed to honor Vietnam War Veterans.

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