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The Month of June

A New Blog Format!

By Tony Fleming-Brum - June 11, 2018

Hello again Colorado Springs! Apologies for the lack of weekly event content recently! We’re going to be testing a new format for the Front Range Shuttle events blog starting this month. We’ll now be posting a full month worth of events and sending out weekly reminders with weather and cancellation updates. Hopefully you all enjoy this new format!

Friday (6/1) the Stargazers Theatre will be hosting Reckless Kelly! For nineteen years Reckless Kelly has been doing things their way, bucking the mainstream system and playing by their own rules, straddling the fence between country and rock as if they built it themselves. Throughout the years their old school approach to recording has always adhered to one main objective: make each record better than the last. More info: https://www.facebook.com/events/544270609305515

Saturday (6/2) the city of Manitou Springs will be hosting the 2018 Manitou Springs Colorado Wine Festival! Spend your day in Manitou Springs enjoying generous tastings from 30 Colorado Wineries.  Listen to live music, and enjoy food & gift vendors while you stroll through Memorial Park. Be one of the first 1,500 to purchase a ticket and receive a free wine tote with your purchase! More info: https://manitousprings.org/calendar/manitou-springs-colorado-wine-festival/

Sunday (6/3) the Pikes Peak Center will be presenting BROADWAY Family Ties! BROADWAY hits from famous family musicals including: The Addams Family, Finding Neverland, The Secret Garden, and Fiddler on the Roof! Enjoy the Colorado Springs Children's Chorale singers in their season finale spectacular! More info: http://www.pikespeakcenter.com/events/detail/broadway-family-ties

Monday (6/4) the Victor Lowell Thomas Museum will be conducting Cripple Creek and Victor Mine Tours!  Tour experiences will offer the chance to see giant haul trucks, shovels and drill rigs in action in the large surface mine between Victor and Cripple Creek, Colorado. Learn about the modern refining methods while helping to preserve the district’s 1890’s history - all tour proceeds go to the Museum to help offset operations and building renovation costs. More info: http://victormuseum.com/

Tuesday (6/5) the Simpich Showcase Museum will be presenting The Secret Garden! Utilizing a full cast of hand-carved marionettes, Frances Hodgson Burnett’s famous novel is staged in this live production by puppeteer David Simpich. In the story, young and disagreeable Mary Lennox is forced to stay at her Uncle Craven’s manor on the bleak Yorkshire Moors of northern England after the death of her parents. Here she is drawn to a secluded garden surrounded by a high stone wall and with no apparent door or gate. When the entrance is miraculously revealed, Mary’s exploration begins and the mysteries of her uncle’s manor are steadily brought to light.

Wednesday (6/6) the Stargazers Theatre will be hosting the Pikes Peak Blues Community Quarterly Blues Jam! Local blues players grab your instruments and come out for a great evening catching up with your musical friends and playing some blues!

Thusrday (6/7) the Colorado Springs Event Center will be hosting the Rocky Mountain Summer Music Festival! This 17 day event will take place at the Colorado Springs Event Center at 3960 Palmer Park Blvd., Colorado Springs, CO 80909. Outside of the event center in the parking lot, experience 3 weeks of carnival rides and attractions from Crabtree Amusements. Inside, enjoy live music, vendors, beer garden, and more family friendly entertainment!

Friday (6/8) the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum will be having a Weekend Warm-Up: Art & Creativity event! Drop in for an interactive history experience for the whole family! Enjoy a 30 minute craft, experiment, or fun activity highlighting regional history and leave with ideas for local adventures that will IGNITE your curiosity all weekend long!

Saturday (6/9) the Stargazers Theatre will be hosting Colorado Floyd! Colorado Floyd is a Colorado based Pink Floyd jam-band performing the whole spectrum of Pink Floyd music, live! You do not want to miss this INCREDIBLE local band!

Sunday (6/10) the Pikes Peak Center will be presenting Tommy Emmanuel live in concert! One of Australia's most respected musicians, the legendary guitarist has a professional career that spans five decades and continues to intersect with some of the finest musicians throughout the world. His unique style - he calls it "finger style" - is akin to playing guitar the way a pianist plays piano, using all ten fingers. Rather than using a band for melody, rhythm, bass, and drums, Emmanuel plays those parts - and more - on one guitar!

Monday (6/11) the Commonwheel Artists Co-op in Manitou Springs will be hosting a juried gallery show of “Garden Art”! Artwork submitted for this show has a garden theme or is art that could be placed in a garden. Their gallery will be in full bloom with a variety of paintings, jewelry, and sculpture. Be sure to put our location on your “must see” garden stroll list!

Tuesday (6/12) the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center will be presenting the works of John Frame: Three Fragments of a Lost Tale! Sculptor John Frame has lived and worked in Southern California since the early 1980s. In 2006, he began conceptualizing and creating the objects, film, and photographs contained in Three Fragments of a Lost Tale. In keeping with his signature style of finely carved wooden sculpture, Frame has developed an intricately fractured story featuring a cast of unusual characters, each gorgeously rendered, fully articulated figure brought to life through stop-motion photography. 

Wednesday (6/13) the Pikes Peak Center will be presenting Clint Black! Throughout one of the most storied careers in modern music, Black sold more than 20 million records; earned more than a dozen gold and platinum awards in the U.S. and Canada; landed nearly two dozen major awards and nominations, including over a dozen GRAMMY nominations; and earned a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame!

Thursday (6/14) the city of Manitou Springs will be presenting their annual Manitou Springs Summer Concert Series! This day’s band will be Jazz Express, Colorado Springs' outstanding big band-style jazz band. The concert is free and open to the public, and will be held at Soda Springs Park!

Friday (6/15) the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo will be having their annual Bowling for Rhinos fundraiser event! 100% of proceeds from this event, including registration, t-shirt costs, and all donations go directly towards wild rhino conservation efforts in Africa and Asia. In addition to traditional bowling, this year’s event will feature some optional fun and wacky ways to sabotage your lane-mates for a variety of great prizes, as well as a silent auction. The venue also has food and a bar on site. WHERE: King Pin Lanes, 3410 N. Academy Blvd.(just south of N. Carefree Circle), Colorado Springs, CO

Saturday (6/16) the Colorado Springs Airport will be hosting the 2018 Pikes Peak Airstrip Attack! don’t miss the half-mile side-by-side trap speed competition that features the fastest stock and modified street cars in the world! The event will also host a one-of-a-kind static aviation display featuring fully restored and functional vintage aircraft.

Sunday (6/17, Father’s Day!) the Dinosaur Resource Center in Woodland Park will be hosting their Dad’s and Dinos event! They feature an awe-inspiring display of dinosaurs, prehistoric marine reptiles, pterosaurs and fish of North America’s late Cretaceous period. The fossil skeletons on display are supplemented with vibrant graphics and life-restoration sculptures to help you visualize these fascinating animals in life and the environments. Best of all, Dad’s get in free with a paid child ticket!

Monday (6/18) the city of Manitou Springs will once again be presenting their Summer Concert Series, this time featuring the Little London Winds! The concert is free and open to the public, and will be held at Soda Springs Park!

Tuesday (6/19) the Pikes Peak Center will be hosting Buddy Guy! Buddy Guy is an American blues guitarist and singer, and exponent of Chicago blues. He has influenced eminent guitarists including Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix, Jimmy Page, Keith Richards, Stevie Ray Vaughan, and many more!
Wednesday (6/20) the Cottonwood Center for the Arts will be hosting a juried show entitled “Wildest Dreams”! These artists have taken inspiration from Man Ray, who is best known for his experimental artwork involving painting, assemblage, film, and famously his “Rayographs” - prints made by placing objects on photosensitive paper.

Thursday (6/21) the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo will be having their World Giraffe Day event! Join them in celebrating giraffes on the longest day of the year! Discover the challenges giraffe face in the wild and help them raise support. Find hands-on giraffe-themed activities throughout the day, and meet their herd and their keepers!

Friday (6/22) the Colorado State Fairgrounds in Pueblo, CO will be hosting the NSRA Rocky Mountain Street Rod Nationals! Although everyone will enjoy the spectacular vehicles as well as the vehicles’ owners, there are other activities the whole family will enjoy! Here are a few activities that you can look forward to seeing: the Commercial Exhibitors, Swap Meet and a Women’s World (exhibitors with items that will interest women as well as men and children).

Saturday (6/23) the Celeste Theatre at the Edith Kinney Gaylord Cornerstone Center will be hosting a Festival Orchestra Concert! With Maestro Scott Yoo behind the baton, the festival orchestra shines in two concerts at Edith Kinney Gaylord Cornerstone Arts Center. One of only two of Mozart’s concertos written in a minor key, his dark and dramatic Piano Concerto No. 20 in D minor features festival music director Susan Grace on piano.

Sunday (6/24) the city of Manitou Springs will be hosting their annual Pikes Peak International Hill Climb! The Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb is the second oldest motor sports race in America and a long-standing tradition in Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak Region. The race is run on a 12.42 mile course with 156 turns! There is no other race course in the world like the hill climb, which is why the event attracts race crews that are willing to spend several hundred thousand dollars and months of preparation to compete for the right to be King of the Mountain!

Monday (6/25) the Commonwheel Artists Co-op will be hosting their juried art show entitled Cheers! Drink up! Celebrating the Clay Drinking Vessel! Cash awards for "Best of" will be given in each of the following four categories: Beer, Coffee, Tea and Spirits, as well as Honorable Mention awards.

Tuesday (6/26) the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center will be hosting the works of Ralph Allen in his gallery entitled Envoutement! Ralph Allen belongs to a cohort of Haitian artists who began their artistic life outside of Haiti. Allen followed his family into exile during the oppressive Duvalier regime and learned to paint in New York City. Consequently, his work does not follow the formal conventional traditions of Haitian art. His themes, however, remain Haitian, and his large murals are suffused with Haitian street life.

Wednesday (6/27) Painting with a Twist will be having their We <3 Wine Wednesday! Find any class on our calendar on a Wednesday that you like and make sure you sign up! ALL bottles will be half price! That means our super popular Apothic Red- $9 a bottle! OR, our Peach Moscato will be only $7.50! So message your friend to coordinate and y'all can split a bottle and go home with a gorgeous painting!

Thursday (6/28) the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo will be hosting their Moonlight on the Mountain event! Jump-start your summer by coming to Cheyenne Mountain Zoo’s first adults-only evening event of the season! Enjoy local musicians performing throughout the Zoo and dance the night away while sipping all-inclusive samples of beer, wine, spirits and soft drinks, as well as taste delicious eats from regional restaurants. All event proceeds benefit the care of the Zoo’s animals, and all of our community partners donate the samplings that you’ll enjoy.

Friday (6/29) the Pikes Peak International Raceway will be hosting the Pikes Peak Bike Bash! The event will feature live music and camping, dirt flat track racing, road course time trials, drag racing, a burnout contest, Ride Like a Pro classes and Top Gun Nationals competition, trials course riding, Suicidal Lifestyles stunt show, food and merchandise vendors, and a motorcycle swap meet!

This Week in Colorado Springs (04/10 - 04/15)

Happy Siblings Day!

By Tony Fleming-Brum - April 10, 2018

Good morning Colorado Springs, and welcome to this week’s edition of the Front Range Shuttle weekly events blog! Weather-wise here in town this week it’s looking pretty calm so far, with over-cast skies pretty much all week, but temperatures in the mid-high 70s through Thursday! Temperatures are going to dip quite q bit on Friday and Saturday (highs in the 40s, lows below freezing), but it’ll be jumping right back up to high 50s on Sunday! With that in mind, let’s see what’s going on in the Springs this week!
Kicking off our week with Tuesday (4/10), we’ll be heading out to the Simpich Showcase Museum for their showing of The Pilgrim’s Progress! Utilizing over twenty hand-carved marionettes, this elaborate stage production of The Pilgrim's Progress features puppeteer David Simpich in the role of author John Bunyan as he recounts his fantastic dream of the journey of Christian, a sin-burdened every-man from the City of Destruction to the Celestial Gate. His harrowing adventures along the Straight and Narrow Path bring to light and life the classic Bunyan “visions” of the Slough of Despond, Vanity Fair, the River of Death, battles with demons and dragons, imprisonment by Giant Despair, colorful discourse with an array of wise men and fools... and one defining moment at the foot of The Cross.
Continuing on with Wednesday (4/11), we’ll be stopping by the Academy Art and Frame Company for Art Aloud 2018! Art Aloud is an opportunity for writers, poets and artists to share their work, as well as collaborate, in appreciation of National Poetry Month. Artists create work based on a poem, story, lyrics, quotes, or anything to do with the written word, and vice versa for writers and authors. Both the artwork and written word are displayed together but not necessarily designed as one piece. This is the 11th year for Art Aloud and the venues include AAFC, Hooked on Books, and Sand Creek Library Branch. Each venue will have a reception with a live poetry reading given by the artists and anyone who would like to share their work or favorite poet. Music is absolutely "aloud" to be shared!
As for this Thursday (4/12), we’ll be heading over to the Pikes Peak Community College Theatre for their presentation of The Trojan Women! PPCC Theatre production of the Greek tragedy by Euripides written 2,400 years ago but performed with a modern twist-- five major female roles and an all-female chorus.
After ten years of bloody siege, the Trojan War has finally ended. The Trojan Horse worked, and the Grecian armies were victorious, leaving the slaughtered bodies of husbands, fathers, brothers, sons of Troy in their wake. The Trojan Women focuses on the survivors of the war, the women of Troy, who await being divvied up as slaves to the Greek conquerors. A story about the collateral damage and uncomfortable complications of war, this 2,400-year-old play continues to haunt and echo through today. A diverse ensemble of PPCC students, including several Combat Veterans and active service members, join guest artist Barbara Summerville to bring this play to life!
And kicking off our weekend with Friday the 13th (4/13), we’ll be making our way over to the Pikes Peak Center for the Colorado Springs Philharmonic’s presentation of America! What is the real America? Load the bus for a symphonic tour of the land, exploring gritty crossroads and cultural byways, searching for the roots of our great nation. You won’t want to miss this show!
And continuing on with Saturday (4/14), we’ll be heading down to the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center for their Prom Redux: A Silent Disco! Join them for a prom-themed silent disco dance party underneath Buck Walsky’s Beach Front, an interactive art installation featuring fiber optics and LED lights. Grab a pair of wireless headphones (provided), tune in to channel of your choice, and dance to your own beat under this stunning work of art! Prom attire encouraged, but not required. Cash bar and food trucks available.
And wrapping up our week with Sunday (4/15), we’ll be heading over to the Space Foundation Discovery Center for their Yuri’s Night event! Yuri's Night is the global space party that celebrates the accomplishments of Yuri Gagarin, as well as the U.S. Space Shuttle program.Yuri Alekseyevich Gagarin was a Soviet pilot and cosmonaut. He was the first human to journey into outer space when his Vostok spacecraft completed an orbit of the Earth on 12 April 1961. Celebrate space and support the Space Foundation with this unique and out-of-this-world fundraiser!

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This Week in Colorado Springs (04/04 - 04/08)

April is Here!

By Tony Fleming-Brum - April 3, 2018

Good morning Colorado Springs, and welcome to the Front Range Shuttle weekly events blog! It’s looking like the moisture we missed all winter is finally getting to us! We’ve got rain in the forecast both Friday and Sunday of this week, but sunny skies and temperatures in the high 50s to mid 60s all the way through next week. With that in mind, let’s see what the Springs has to offer this week!
Kicking off our week with Tuesday (4/3), we’ll be heading over to Pub Dog Colorado for their Barks, Booze, & Bags Fundraiser! The fundraiser is to benefit the Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region. Support homeless animals with every sip as $1 from each draft beer or wine sold is donated to HSPPR. Enter the “Doggie Bag Giveaway” for your chance to win prizes and cool dog swag! Doggie bags are filled with mystery prizes worth hundreds of dollars. Winners announced at 8pm.
As for this Wednesday (4/4), we’ll be swinging by the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center where they’ll be showing the work of Chiho Aoshima: Takaamanohara! Drawing equally from traditional Japanese Shinto mythology and contemporary Anime films, this immersive, highly detailed video installation by Chiho Aoshima invites the viewer into another world.
The title "Takaamanohara," the plain of high heaven, refers to a place where Shinto deities reside. With a vivid imagination and a saturated color palette, this video retells a creation story about the time when the gods of heaven separated from the gods of the land.
Rolling right along into Thursday (4/5), we’ll be heading over to the Broadmoor World Arena, where they’ll be presenting comedy superstar Jeff Dunham! Jeff Dunham is bringing his cast of characters on the road, as America’s favorite ventriloquist tours North America on his 60-city Passively Aggressive tour through spring 2018. Tickets on sale now at jeffdunham.com.
Dunham recently released his latest stand-up special, Jeff Dunham: Relative Disaster, on Netflix in September 2017. The special, filmed in Dublin Ireland, features Dunham along with his ill-behaved and slightly demented posse of characters for a gleeful skewering of family and politics. Dunham and his famous cohorts Walter, Achmed the Dead Terrorist, Bubba J, and Peanut also consider what a new member to their already dysfunctional family could mean, putting the ‘relative’ in Relative Disaster.
And kicking off our weekend with Friday (4/6), we’ll be heading over to the Stargazers Theatre for their presentation of Zoso – The Ultimate Led Zepplin Experience! Zoso - The Ultimate Led Zeppelin Experience formed in 1995 to perform the most accurate and captivating Led Zeppelin live show since the real thing. For Zoso, it's much more than just being a tribute. It's about touching a golden era in music. Zoso embodies Page, Plant, Bonham and Jones in their spirit, tightly-wound talent and authenticity.
Each band member has been carefully selected to portray both the appearance and playing styles of their Led Zeppelin counterparts. In eighteen successful years of touring, they have perfected their art. As one of the longest tenured Zeppelin tributes, Zoso's 2400 live shows around the world, including slots at major festivals such as Bonnaroo and Rib America Fest, have established them as the most traveled and successful band in the market. You won’t want to miss this one!
Continuing on with Saturday (4/7), we’ll be making a stop by the Pikes Peak Center, where they’ll be presenting the Colorado Springs Philharmonic – Ravel: La Valse! La valsepoème chorégraphique pour orchestre (a choreographic poem for orchestra), is a work written by Maurice Ravel between February 1919 and 1920; it was first performed on 12 December 1920 in Paris. It was conceived as a ballet but is now more often heard as a concert work. In his tribute to Ravel after the composer's death in 1937, Paul Landormy described the work as follows:
“...the most unexpected of the compositions of Ravel, revealing to us heretofore unexpected depths of Romanticism, power, vigor, and rapture in this musician whose expression is usually limited to the manifestations of an essentially classical genius.”
And wrapping up our week with Sunday (4/8), we’ll be heading out to the FanDraught Sports Brewery for the first annual FanDraught Baseball BrewFest! Celebrate Rockies home opener weekend at the first annual Baseball Brewfest. An unlimited taster party at FanDraught, with nine independent, Colorado breweries. In nine baseball positions. Make your way around the infield, stop to say hi to the pitcher and catcher, and head to the outfield. They'll all have beer for you!! The Rockies game will be on all televisions and projectors, with audio. First pitch is 1:15pm. What a great way to watch a game and enjoy incredible Colorado beer from nine of your favorite breweries!

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This Week in Colorado Springs (03/27 - 04/01)

Happy Easter!

By Tony Fleming-Brum - March 27, 2018

Good morning Colorado Springs, and welcome once again to the Front Range Shuttle weekly events blog! We’ll be starting our week off with a bit of slushy rain/snow on Tuesday and a good chance of more rain on Wednesday, but after that we’ll have highs in the 50s and 60s all the way through the weekend! Now let’s see what the Springs has to offer this week!
We’ll be kicking off our week on Tuesday (3/27) with a trip over to the Pikes Peak Center, where they’ll be hosting Riverdance – The 20th Anniversary World Tour! is an innovative and exciting blend of dance, music and song. Drawing on Irish traditions, the combined talents of the performers propel Irish dancing and music into the present day, capturing the imagination of audiences across all ages and cultures. For over 20 years, nothing has carried the energy, the sensuality and the spectacle of Riverdance. Riverdance began its journey as the interval act in the 1994 Eurovision Song Contest, produced for television by Moya Doherty. This electrifying and innovative seven minute dance piece was then developed into a full-length stage show by Producer Moya Doherty, Composer Bill Whelan and Director John McColgan. With its fusion of Irish and International music and dance, the show broke all box office records during its world première run in Dublin in early 1995. This is a show you won’t want to miss!
With rain in the forecast for this Wednesday (3/28), we’ll take the opportunity to head over to the Space Foundation Discovery Center for their Family Star Party: Wherever the Weather GOES! An evening of looking to the stars and discovering the wonders of the universe. This event creates a fun learning environment for the whole family and inspires the next generation of astronomy enthusiasts! All outside activities are free to the public, and discounted admission is available for those wishing to explore the Discovery Center and Science On a Sphere® inside. Activities include: • Anemometers and rain gauge activities and crafts • Virtual Reality: 360˚ GOES Video • Night Sky Viewing: Moon & constellations • Science On a Sphere® presentations.
As for this Thursday (3/29), we’ll be making our way up to the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center for their presentation of Fun Home, the Tony Award winning musical! Fun Home is an original, refreshingly honest musical punctuated with an innovative score that frames the curiosity of childhood and the complexities of family. Alison’s father was many things: a historical preservationist, a funeral home director, a distant parent, and a closeted gay man. In the struggle to understand her father, while also dealing with her own budding sexuality, Alison reveals memories of her life at three different ages. This Tony Award–winning musical, based on the groundbreaking, best-selling graphic memoir, will take audiences on a heartrending and fiercely funny journey.
Kicking off our weekend with Friday (3/30), we’ll be heading over to the Stargazers Theatre for their presentation of the DeadPhish Orchestra! The Deadphish Orchestra is a quartet of Colorado musicians who, above all, are close friends who have played together for many years. They had played Grateful Dead songs together, and they had played Phish songs together. But they got to wondering what would happen if they tried to merge the music of these two bands, the Granddaddies and Daddies of the jamband scene. Members include: Paul “Lefty” Murin, Ted Tilton, Brian Adams, and Chris Sheldon. While these two bands have their surface similarities, most fans realize that their actual musical styles are quite different. The Grateful Dead are an earthy, folky, bluesy band where Phish is sharper around the edges–funky and more aggressive. But both bands have an improvisational approach to their live shows, and it is in that spontaneity where the magic really happens!
With weather looking to be nice and sunny on Saturday (3/31), we’ll be heading up to the Manitou Cliff Dwelling Museum where they’ll be hosting Colorado Wolf Adventures! Explore the fascinating architecture of the ancient Anasazi and browse through two museums featuring cultural displays all overlooking the historic town of Manitou Springs. Have you ever met a Wolf? Ghost, Spirit and Apache are wonderful wolf ambassadors. Please note $20 for pictures and a 45 inch height minimum for children. Due to high demand arrive by 1:30 pm to see wolves.
And wrapping up our week with Easter Sunday (4/1), we’ll be swinging by the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center where they’ll have Alex Harris’ Red White Blue and God Bless You, A Portrait of Northern New Mexico exhibit! Documentary Photographer Alex Harris began creating images of Northern New Mexico in the 1970s, exploring how the interiors and exteriors of homes and vehicles expressed people’s lives in their particular place. This exhibition features a selection of nearly three dozen photographs from Harris’ series Red White Blue and God Bless You, taken between 1979 and 1988, and completed as a book project in 1992. Through intimate views of exuberant lived spaces within these Hispanic American rural communities the artist presents his experience of the cultural landscape.

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This Week in Colorado Springs (3/13 - 3/18)

Happy Saint Patrick's Day!

By Tony Fleming-Brum - March 13, 2018

Good morning Colorado Springs, and welcome once again to this week’s edition of the Front Range Shuttle weekly events blog! With Daylight Savings Time now in effect we’ll be seeing more sunshine in the afternoons, and with highs in the 50s and 60s all the way through next week, we’ll have plenty of opportunities to get out and enjoy it!
Kicking off our week with Tuesday (3/13), we’ll be heading out to the Pikes Peak Center for their presentation of A Chorus Line, the musical! A Chorus Line is a stunning musical-vérité about a chorus audition for a Broadway musical which celebrates those dedicated singer/dancers who make up the ensemble of a Broadway musical, moving them up front and center stage to tell their special tales of love and passion. A Chorus Line features the ground-breaking Tony Award-winning direction and choreography of Michael Bennett. It was the recipient of the Pulitzer Prize and 9 Tony awards including Best Musical.
This Wednesday (3/14) we’ll have a fun pre-Saint Patrick’s Day at Front Range BBQ, where they’ll be hosting Out of Nowhere! Get your St Paddy's Day celebration started off right! Join them for a 'pre-party' with specials on Irish Whiskey as well as beer from Renegade Brewing Company - their brewery of the month! Out of Nowhere plays bluegrass and acoustic music. They take traditional (and not so traditional) tunes and make them their own. Toss in their duet harmony twists plus the fun they have together, and you've got a show!
As for this Thursday (3/15), we’ve got a very special treat coming to town! We’ll be making our way out to the brand-new Ent Center for the Arts for their presentation of Sarah Chang: Viva Piazzolla! Recognized as one of the foremost violinists of our time, Sarah Chang has performed with the most esteemed orchestras, conductors, and accompanists in an international career spanning more than two decades. Since her debut with the New York Philharmonic at the age of eight, Chang has continued to impress audiences with her technical virtuosity and refined emotional depth. In this special program, Chang celebrates Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons and Argentine tango composer Astor Piazzolla’s response, The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires.
And getting our weekend underway with Friday (3/16), we’ll be making our way over to the Stargazers Theatre for their Spring Rockfest with Levi Rifkin and Vinyl Lust! Levi Maez has performed all around Colorado for 20 years. Levi is a dynamic vocalist and guitarist who always puts on a great show! Rifkin is a pianist and keyboardist who describes his music as “evolving classical,” mixing elements of classical, jazz, rock, and alternative music styles combining interwoven melodies with rhythmic intensity. Together, Levi & Rifkin and the Groove Band play classic rock that will get you up and dancing! Vinyl Lust plays all the good time classic rock that you love. Vinyl Lust plays all the good time classic rock that they grew up with. You’ll hear the music of The Beatles, Genesis, The Cars, Doobie Brothers, and Led Zeppelin, just to name a few!
Continuing on with Saturday (3/17, St. Patrick’s Day!), we’ll be heading out to Downtown Colorado Springs for the Saint Patrick’s Day Parade! The first annual Colorado Springs St Patrick’s Day Parade was held 34 years ago in Old Colorado City. After outgrowing the West Side they moved their festivities to the center of the city. Today they are the biggest and best start to events in the heart of Colorado Springs’ Downtown, every year! Join thousands of runners, hundreds of cyclists, dozens of dancing groups, Celtic bands, marching bands, schools, charities, businesses, and more for this IRISH DOWNTOWN CELEBRATION!
And wrapping up our week with Sunday (3/18), we’ll be stopping by the Broadmoor World Arena to see The Original Harlem Globetrotters! The Harlem Globetrotters known for their one-of-a-kind family entertainment are bringing their 2018 World Tour to The Broadmoor World Arena on Sunday, March 18, 2018, to take on their long-time adversaries the Washington Generals! With a star-studded roster featuring Big Easy LoftonAnt AtkinsonHi-Lite BrutonThunder LawBull Bullard and Cheese Chisholm – plus female stars TNT ListerAce Jackson and Hoops Green – the Globetrotters’ show is unrivaled in the world of family entertainment. Their game at The Broadmoor World Arena will showcase incredible ball handling wizardry, rim-rattling dunks, trick shots, hilarious comedy and unequaled fan interaction. Ant to top it off, after the game the Globetrotter stars will sign autographs and take photos with fans!

And as always, don't forget about Front Range Shuttle! From cozy SUV's to 25 passenger buses, we have all your airport transportation needs covered!