Summer Scene Statewide Events 2018

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Friday, May 25

Memorial Day Weekend at Fort Garland. Join re-enactors for fun, sun and historical activities throughout the weekend. 9 a.m. Fort Garland Museum, 29477 Highway 159, Fort Garland, 719-379-3512. Through May 26.

PaddleFest. A fun-filled weekend of events on land and water, including a kayak rodeo, races, paddling, river surfing, beer garden, music and more. Various locations around Buena Vista, ckspaddlefest.com. Through May 28.

Saturday, May 26

Whitewater Ramble. 10 p.m. Belly Up Aspen, 450 S. Galena St., Aspen, 970-785-8500.

Bluegrass on the Arkansas Festival. Food, drink, fun and bluegrass music featuring Ragged Mountain, Rapidgrass and Masontown, all in support of the Rotary Club of Salida. Riverside Park, Salida, bluegrassonthearkansas.org. Through May 28.

Sunday, May 27

Bill Maher. 8 p.m. Pikes Peak Center, 190 S. Cascade Ave., Colorado Springs, 719-520-7649.

Monday, May 28

Nicki Bluhm. 8 p.m. Belly Up Aspen, 450 S. Galena St., Aspen, 970-785-8500.

Memorial Day of Remembrance Ceremony. Join the Dillon community in paying respects, with music by Summit Concert Band. Cemetery Road, Dillon, 970-468-2403.

Wednesday, May 30

Reckless Kelly. 10 p.m. Belly Up Aspen, 450 S. Galena St., Aspen, 970-785-8500.

Dead Floyd — with Digg. 5 p.m. Evergreen Lake House Park, 29612 Upper Bear Creek Road, Evergreen, 720-880-1300.

Thursday, May 31

WAVE: Light, Water, Sound. An exhibition of contemporary public art with interactive installations and musical performances. Blue River Plaza, S. Main St., Breckenridge, 970-453-3187. Through June 3.

Friday, June 1

FridayFest! Free concerts downtown, every Friday, all summer long. 6 p.m. Ninth Street Plaza, Greeley, 970-356-6775.

Campout for the Cause. A festival dedicated to connection, with music, yoga and community. The Meadows, 15264 CO Road 350, Buena Vista, campoutforthecause.org. Through June 3.

SummerFest on the Rio. Head to Cole Park for children’s activities, food and beer vendors, arts and crafts booths, games and live music on the banks of the Rio Grande River. Cole Park, Alamosa, summerfestontherio.org, 719-480-4806. Through June 3.

Telluride Balloon Festival. See the sky fill with hundreds of colorful and patterned balloons. Main Street, Telluride, tellurideballoonfestival.com. Through June 3.

Durango Blues Train. An exciting three-and-a-half hour mobile musical experience of live blues music on board a coal-fired, steam-powered train through the breathtaking canyons of the San Juan National Forest, durangotrain.com. Through June 2.

Saturday, June 2

Animas River Days. A river parade, boatercross, kayaking, surf compeititions, beer garden, food and more. 8:30 a.m. Santa Rita Park, 2700 Main Ave., Durango, animasriverdays.org.

Manitou Springs Colorado Wine Festival. Taste wine from 30 Colorado wineries, paired with food and music from Flatirons Jazz Orchestra, Tenderfoot Bluegrass and Edison. 11 a.m. Memorial Park, 502 Manitou Ave., Manitou Springs, 719-685-5089, manitousprings.org.

Dolores River Festival. The 15th annual celebration with food, games, music and more. 10 a.m. Joe Rowell Park, Dolores, doloresriverfestival.org.

Sunday, June 3

Xavier Rudd. 8:30 p.m. Belly Up Aspen, 450 S. Galena St., Aspen, 970-785-8500.

Palisade Bluegrass & Roots Music Festival. Yoga, farm tours, art, food, drink and music from the likes of Trout Steak Revival and Kitchen Dwellers. Riverbend Park, 451 Pendleton St., Palisade, 970-464-5602, palisademusic.com. Through June 10.

Friday, June 8

The Flaming Lips. 9:30 p.m. Belly Up Aspen, 450 S. Galena St., Aspen, 970-785-8500.

Pagosa Folk ‘N Bluegrass. Tommy Emmanuel, Bonnie & The Clydes, Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper, The Way Down Wanderers and more. Pagosa Springs, folkwest.com. Through June 10.

Friday, June 9

Frank Walker. 10 p.m. Belly Up Aspen, 450 S. Galena St., Aspen, 970-785-8500.

Lake Dillon Beer Festival. Local breweries will serve up their tasty concoctions. 1 p.m. Lake Dillon Amphitheater, W. Lodgepole St., Dillon, 970-468-2403.

Sunday, June 10

Tommy Emmanuel. 6 p.m. Pikes Peak Center, 190 S. Cascade Ave., Colorado Springs, 719-520-7649.

Wednesday, June 13

Collie Buddz. 8:30 p.m. Belly Up Aspen, 450 S. Galena St., Aspen, 970-785-8500.

Clint Black. 7:30 p.m. Pikes Peak Center, 190 S. Cascade Ave., Colorado Springs, 719-520-7649.

El Javi — with Moonlight Bloom. 5 p.m. Evergreen Lake House Park, 29612 Upper Bear Creek Road, Evergreen,
720-880-1300.

Rocky Mountain Mustang Roundup. Car show and autocross with a sea of classic cars. Various locations, Steamboat Springs, 303-430-0433, rockymountainmustangroundup.org. Through June 17.

Thursday, June 14

FIBArk Whitewater Festival. America’s oldest and boldest whitewater festival with events on river and land. Downtown Salida, fibark.com. Through June 17.

25th Annual Colorado BBQ Challenge. Three days of barbecue served up by more than 70 grillmasters from around the state, plus hog races, whiskey and food competitions.  Main Street, Frisco, 800-424-1554. Through June 16.

Friday, June 15

Aspen Food & Wine Classic. Against the backdrop of beautiful Aspen, expert winemakers, celebrity chefs and culinary heavyweights come together for a packed weekend of events. Wagner Park, S. Mill Street, Aspen, 877-900-WINE. Through June 17.

Rapidgrass Bluegrass Festival. Featuring Sierra Hull, Rapidgrass, Hawktail, Rob Ickes & Trey Hensley and more. Shelly/Quinn Baseball Fields, 101 Idaho Springs Road East, Idaho Springs, 303-877-1837, rapidgrassfestival.com. Through June 17.

Saturdays, June 16

Colorado Renaissance Festival. Venture back to the 16th century and journey through a medieval city with full-armor jousting, tasty turkey legs, crafts, music and more. Colorado Renaissance Festival, 650 W. Perry Park Ave., Larkspur, 303-688-6010, coloradorenaissance.com. Weekends through Aug. 5.

Winter Park Chocolate Festival. A whole day filled with chocolates in all forms and flavors, with music, entertainment and beautiful scenery. 10 a.m. The Village at Winter Park Resort, Winter Park, winterpark.chocolate-festival.org.

Sunday, June 17

Pink Talking Fish. 9 p.m. Belly Up Aspen, 450 S. Galena St., Aspen, 970-785-8500.

Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox. The Breckenridge Music Festival. 7:30 p.m. Riverwalk Center, 150 W. Adams Ave., Breckenridge, 970-453-9142.

Aspen Summer Words. Attend performances, writing workshops and panels with Aspen Words’ award-winning faculty and publishing experts. The Gant, 610 S. West End St., Aspen, 970-925-3122. Through June 22.

Rollin’ Deep Car Show. Low rider custom car show open to all makes, models and years of cars and motorcycles. Cole Park, First Street, Alamosa, 719-274-5224.

Monday, June 18

Ziggy Marley. 8:30 p.m. Belly Up Aspen, 450 S. Galena St., Aspen, 970-785-8500.

Tuesday, June 19

Gomez: Bring It On 20th Anniversary Tour. 8:15 p.m. Belly Up Aspen, 450 S. Galena St., Aspen, 970-785-8500.

Buddy Guy. 7:30 p.m. Pikes Peak Center, 190 S. Cascade Ave., Colorado Springs, 719-520-7649.

Alamosa Round-Up Rodeo. A full week of activities with all the rodeo classics, including a cattle drive, demolition derby, mutton busting, parade and rodeo. Alamosa Fair and Rodeo Grounds, 8784 Old Sanford Road, Alamosa, 719-589-9444, alamosaroundup.com. Through June 24.

Thursday, June 21

A-Trak. 10 p.m. Belly Up Aspen, 450 S. Galena St., Aspen, 970-785-8500.

Telluride Bluegrass Festival. Celebrate the summer solstice at an elevation of 8,750 feet with music from Tedeschi Trucks Band, Emmylou Harris, The Imfamous Stringdusters, Leftover Salmon and many more. Telluride Town Park, 500 E. Colorado Ave., Telluride, 800-624-2422, bluegrass.com. Through June 18.

Friday, June 22

Gunnison River Festival. A celebration of the Taylor and Gunnison rivers and regional creeks in an order to promote clean waterways. Various locations, Gunnison, gunnisonriverfestival.com. Through June 24.

Scandinavian Midsummer Festival. Have your own midsummer’s dream with song, dance, music and beer. Bond Park, Elkhorn and MacGregor avenues, Estes Park, 303-947-7627, estesmidsummer.com. Through June 24.

Saturday, June 23

Reds, Whites and Brews in the Boat. Music, shopping, food and an option for unlimited wine and beer tastings. Downtown Steamboat Springs, redswhitesandbrews.net.

Sunday, June 24

Mary Chapin Carpenter. 7:30 p.m. Belly Up Aspen, 450 S. Galena St., Aspen, 970-785-8500.

Summer Concert Series. 7 p.m. Lake Dillon Amphitheater, W. Lodgepole St., Dillon, 970-455-4078. Fridays and Saturdays throughout the summer.

Monday, June 25

1964 The Tribute. 9:30 p.m. Belly Up Aspen, 450 S. Galena St., Aspen, 970-785-8500.

Tuesday, June 26

Hot Summer Nights. Free concerts Tuesdays through the summer. 6:30 p.m. 530 S. Frontage Road E, Vail,
970-476-5612, vvf.org.

Wednesday, June 27

Spazmatics. 10 p.m. Belly Up Aspen, 450 S. Galena St., Aspen, 970-785-8500.

Breedin’ Hearts — with Counter Fit. 5 p.m. Evergreen Lake House Park, 29612 Upper Bear Creek Road, Evergreen, 720-880-1300.

Thursday, June 28

Telluride Wine Festival. Four decadent days of wine, food, education and more.  Various locations, Telluride and the Mountain Village, 970-728-9790. Through July 1.

Aspen Music Festival. Several weeks of performances at the base of the mountains. Multiple venues around Aspen,
970-970-9042, aspenmusicfestival.com. Through August 22.

ShowDown Town. Free concerts Thursdays through the summer. 6:30 p.m. Eagle Town Park, Eagle, 970-476-5612, vvf.org.

Friday, June 29

Colorado Lavender Festival. Wake up and smell the lavender! Take tours of the lavender fields, and enjoy a weekend filled with lavender-themed activities. Various locations, Palisade, coloradolavender.org. Through July 1.

Saturday, June 30

Stills in the Hills. An annual hootenanny celebrating Colorado’s many fine distilleries; Main Street shuts down and turns into a speakeasy open to the public. 1 p.m. Downtown Central City, Main Street, stillsinthehills.com.

The Salida Arts Festival. As one of the best art towns in the country, Salida hosts an arts fair run by and for artists, with 100 juried artists showing their best work. 410 W. Rainbow Blvd. (Highway 50), Salida, 719-539-2068, salidaartsfestival.com. Through July 1.

Sunday, July 1

Breckenridge Fourth of July Celebration. Celebrate Independence Day with events for all ages, including a bike race with more than 800 bikers, 70 floats, activities and performances for the whole family. Various locations downtown, Breckenridge, 888-251-2417. Through July 4.

Tuesday, July 3

South Fork July 3rd Early Independence Day Celebration. Come celebrate Independence Day a day early with a bunch of activities including fireworks, catfish fry, parade and rodeo. Various locations, South Fork, 719-873-5512.

Wednesday, July 4

Thievery Corporation. 10 p.m. Belly Up Aspen, 450 S. Galena St., Aspen, 970-785-8500. Through July 5.

Street Arts: Patriotica! A day of art, music, parade float making and even a pie-eating contest to celebrate America. 114 Washington Ave., Breckenridge, 970-453-3187.

Alamosa Fourth of July Celebration. Enjoy a parade down Main Street before fireworks at the fairgrounds at dusk. Alamosa Fairgrounds, 2222 Old Sanford Road, Alamosa,
719-589-3681.

Aspen Old Fashioned Fourth of July Celebration. A local day of tradition, including Boogie’s Buddy Race, a parade, bicycle decorating, a U.S.A. birthday carnival, a street dance, fireworks and more. 8 a.m. Various locations around Aspen, 970-925-1940.

Buena Vista Old Fashioned Fourth of July Celebration. A day full of activities including a pancake breakfast, parade, music, races, art, games and fireworks. Throughout Buena Vista, 719-395-6612.

Frisco’s Fabulous Fourth of July. Enjoy an authentic small town party and a great music lineup that will have you dancing all the way to the fireworks show over the Dillon Reservoir. 10 a.m. Downtown Frisco, 800-424-1554

Salida’s Fourth of July Celebration. Festivities, food, a parade through historic downtown, free live music, activities for all ages and fireworks. 4 p.m. Riverside Park, Salida, 719-539-2068.

Telluride Fourth of July Celebration. A day full of activities in Telluride Town Park, including a picnic, kids’ games and a fabulous firework display. 11 a.m. Main Street, Telluride, visittelluride.com.

Friday, July 6

Crested Butte Wildflower Festival. A week filled with more than 200 events including art classes, hikes, art workshops, birding, garden tours and cooking seminars. Various location, Crested Butte, 970-349-2571, crestedbuttewildflowerfestival.com. Through July 15.

Mt. Sopris Music Festival. A festival featuring great local musicians from the community. Fourth Street Plaza and Park, 362 Main St., Carbondale, 970-963-1890.

Tuesday, July 10

The Teskey Brothers. 9 p.m. Belly Up Aspen, 450 S. Galena St., Aspen, 970-785-8500.

Wednesday, July 11

Arena Rock All Stars — with Brian Grace Band. 5 p.m. Evergreen Lake House Park, 29612 Upper Bear Creek Road, Evergreen,
720-880-1300.

International Climber’s Festival. Competitions, art, food, music, beer and more to celebrate the climbing life. Lander, Wyoming, climbersfestival.org. Through July 15.

Friday, July 13

ZZ Ward. 10 p.m. Belly Up Aspen, 450 S. Galena St., Aspen,
970-785-8500.

Saturday, July 14

Arturo Sandoval. The Breckenridge Music Festival. 7:30 p.m. Riverwalk Center, 150 W. Adams Ave., Breckenridge,
970-453-4187.

The RIDE Festival. The annual rock festival’s 2018 lineup features The String Cheese Incident, Sheryl Crow, Grace Potter, Joe Russo’s Grateful Dead and more. Various venues around Telluride, 970-369-0000. Through July 15.

Sunday, July 15

Ann Wilson. 9 p.m. Belly Up Aspen, 450 S. Galena St., Aspen, 970-785-8500.

Tuesday, July 17

Boundless Baroque. The Breckenridge Music Festival. 7:30 p.m. Riverwalk Center, 150 W. Adams Ave., Breckenridge,
970-453-4187.

The String Cheese Incident. 7 p.m. Lake Dillon Amphitheater, W. Lodgepole St., Dillon, 970-455-4078. Through July 18.

Thursday, July 19

Michael McDonald. 8 p.m. Belly Up Aspen, 450 S. Galena St., Aspen, 970-785-8500.

Danzmayr Conducts Mozart. The Breckenridge Music Festival. 7:30 p.m. Riverwalk Center, 150 W. Adams Ave., Breckenridge, 970-453-4187.

Telluride Yoga Festival. A four-day event with over 100 offerings from yoga and meditation, to music and hiking. 8 a.m. Various venues across Telluride and the Mountain Village, tellurideyogafestival.com. Through July 22.

Saturday, July 21

Breckenridge Music Festival and National Repertory Orchestra Joint Concert. The Breckenridge Music Festival. 7:30 p.m. Riverwalk Center, 150 W. Adams Ave., Breckenridge, 970-453-4187.

Aspen Arts Festival. A showcase of fine art creations including sculpture, photography, glass, paintings and more. 10 a.m. N. Mill Street and Rio Grande Place, Aspen, 561-746-6615. Through July 22.

Monday, July 23

Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Evening. 9 p.m. Belly Up Aspen, 450 S. Galena St., Aspen, 970-785-8500.

Tuesday, July 24

Czech, Please! The Breckenridge Music Festival. 7:30 p.m. Riverwalk Center, 150 W. Adams Ave., Breckenridge, 970-453-4187.

Garden of the Arts. An arts and crafts extravaganza with more than 75 juried artists in varied mediums. 10 a.m. Memorial Park, 505 Manitou Avenue, Manitou Springs, 720-272-7467. 

Wednesday, July 25

Beats Antique. 9 p.m. Belly Up Aspen, 450 S. Galena St., Aspen, 970-785-8500.

The Wrecklunds — with Blue Moon Bluegrass. 5 p.m. Evergreen Lake House Park, 29612 Upper Bear Creek Road, Evergreen, 720-880-1300.

Crested Butte Wine & Food Festival. Seminars, dining, activities and, of course, more than 500 choices of wine. Various locations, Crested Butte, 970-349-7487. Through July 29.

Thursday, July 26

Melissa Etheridge. 8:30 p.m. Belly Up Aspen, 450 S. Galena St., Aspen, 970-785-8500.

Music of The Beatles with Classical Mystery Tour. The Breckenridge Music Festival. 7:30 p.m. Riverwalk Center, 150 W. Adams Ave., Breckenridge, 970-453-4187.

Mancos Days. Parades, activities, games, food, music and more. Boyle Park, 150 E. Park St., Mancos, 970-903-4545. Through July 29.

Friday, July 27

Evergreen Jazz Festival. Great jazz in an incredible mountain setting played in intimate venues. Various locations, Evergreen,
303-697-5467, evergreenjazz.org. Through July 29.

Saturday, July 28

Chris Isaak. 9:30 p.m. Belly Up Aspen, 450 S. Galena St., Aspen, 970-785-8500.

The Mountain that Loved a Bird. Free family concert for the Breckenridge Music Festival. 4 p.m. Riverwalk Center, 150 W. Adams Ave., Breckenridge,
970-453-4187.

Vail International Dance Festival. Two weeks of various dance-related events in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. Vail,
970-476-5612, vvf.org. Through Aug. 11.

Sunday, July 29

Rocky Mountain Fiddle Camp. Entering its 20th year, Rock Mountain Fiddle Camp welcomes beginners and pros alike to join this weeklong experience of music and dance. Snow Mountain Ranch, 1101 County Road 53, Granby, 720-660-2027, rmfiddle.com. Through August 5.

Tuesday, July 31

Folksongs & Fantasy. The Breckenridge Music Festival. 7:30 p.m. Riverwalk Center, 150 W. Adams Ave., Breckenridge, 970-453-4187.

Thursday, August 2

Haydn & Harrison. The Breckenridge Music Festival. 7:30 p.m. Riverwalk Center, 150 W. Adams Ave., Breckenridge, 970-453-4187.

Covered Wagon Days. Learn about the Wild West firsthand with this year’s theme “Women of the West.” Del Norte, coveredwagondays.org. Through Aug. 5.

Friday, August 3

Keller Williams’ Petty Grass featuring The Hillbenders. The Breckenridge Music Festival. 7:30 p.m. Riverwalk Center, 150 W. Adams Ave., Breckenridge, 970-453-4187.

Beat the Heat BBQ, Brews & Chili Challenge. Cool off from the hot summer with some delicious barbecue, cook offs, corn-hole tourney and a mud run. Cole Park, 610 State Ave., Alamosa, 719-589-9386. Through Aug. 5.

Telluride Jazz Festival. An intimate format for superb music in Colorado’s best town for summer music. Telluride, 970-728-8037, telluridejazz.org. Through Aug. 5.

Saturday, August 4

Luminous: Music of Beethoven & Beyond. The Breckenridge Music Festival. 7:30 p.m. Riverwalk Center, 150 W. Adams Ave., Breckenridge, 970-453-4187.

Colorado Scottish Festival. Travel to Scotland right here in Colorado with highland dancing, piping, drumming, and more. Edgewater, scottishgames.org. Through Aug. 5.

Sunday, August 5

Aspen Science Center Street Fair. A free, all-day science street fair for families and kids of all ages with entertaining science stage shows and dozens of engaging and informative hands-on science exhibits to encourage interest in STEAM. 11 a.m. Red Brick Center for the Arts, 110 E. Hallam St., Suite 118, Ave., Aspen, 970-236-2360.

Tuesday, August 7

I’m With Her. The Breckenridge Music Festival. 7:30 p.m. Riverwalk Center, 150 W. Adams Ave., Breckenridge, 970-453-4187.

Wednesday, August 8

A Paranormal Evening with Alice Cooper. 7:30 p.m. Pikes Peak Center, 190 S. Cascade Ave., Colorado Springs, 719-520-7649.

Jake Gill — with Sugar Ridge. 5 p.m. Evergreen Lake House Park, 29612 Upper Bear Creek Road, Evergreen, 720-880-1300.

Thursday, August 9

Radhe Radhe: Rits of Holi and Vijay Iyer Trio. The Breckenridge Music Festival. 6 p.m. Riverwalk Center, 150 W. Adams Ave., Breckenridge, 970-453-4187.

Steamboat Wine Festival. Get your grape on at this valley festival complete with wine on the mountain and more. 10 a.m. Various locations, Steamboat Springs, steamboatwinefestival.com. Through Aug. 13.

Friday, August 10

Tim Allen. 8 p.m. Pikes Peak Center, 190 S. Cascade Ave., Colorado Springs,
719-520-7649.

Breckenridge International Festival of Arts. Ten days of multi-art events with a mix of music, dance, film and art centered around a theme of the environment. Blue River Plaza, S. Main St., Breckenridge, 970-453-3187. Through Aug. 19.

Around the World with Disney. The Breckenridge Music Festival. 6 p.m. Riverwalk Center, 150 W. Adams Ave., Breckenridge, 970-453-4187.

Breckenridge International Festival of the Arts. A multi-arts, music and interdisciplinary program of installations, performances and events in spectacular places and spaces. Various locations, Breckenridge, 970-547-3100, breckenridgecreate.org/bifa. Through Aug. 19.

Saturday, August 11

Barber’s Violin Concerto. The Breckenridge Music Festival. 7:30 p.m. Riverwalk Center, 150 W. Adams Ave., Breckenridge,
970-453-4187.

Estes Park Wine Festival. Drink Colorado wine in the heart of downtown Estes Park with tastings, fresh food, local Colorado vendors, food and live local music. Bond Park, Downtown Estes Park, 970-218-4545. Through Aug. 12.

SolShine Music Festival. Local and national acts, plus a new night show. Hideaway Park Amphitheater, 78820 U.S. 40, Winter Park,
970-726-4118, playwinterpark.com.

Tuesday, August 14

Sleigh Bells. 9 p.m. Belly Up Aspen, 450 S. Galena St., Aspen, 970-785-8500.

Wednesday, August 15

Telluride Mushroom Festival. Celebrate the many uses of fungi and all things mycology with workshops, forays, food and more. Various venues across Telluride, telluridemushroomfest.org. Through Aug. 19.

Thursday, August 16

The Kills. 9 p.m. Belly Up Aspen, 450 S. Galena St., Aspen, 970-785-8500.

Palisade Peach Festival. Enjoy Palisade’s harvest of famous peaches and a slew of other entertainment. Riverbend Park, Palisade,
970-464-7458, palisadepeachfest.com. Through Aug. 19.

Friday, August 17

Rainbow Kitten Surprise. 9 p.m. Belly Up Aspen, 450 S. Galena St., Aspen,
970-785-8500.

Durango Blues Train. An exciting three-and-a-half hour mobile musical experience of live blues music on board a coal-fired, steam-powered train through the breathtaking canyons of the San Juan National Forest., durangotrain.com. Through August 18.

Saturday, August 18

Matt and Kim. 9:30 p.m. Belly Up Aspen, 450 S. Galena St., Aspen, 970-785-8500.

Wednesday, August 22

Indigo Girls. 8 p.m. Belly Up Aspen, 450 S. Galena St., Aspen, 970-785-8500.

Tunisia — with The Guestlist. 5 p.m. Evergreen Lake House Park, 29612 Upper Bear Creek Road, Evergreen, 720-880-1300.

Saturday, August 25

Evergreen Fine Arts Festival. Enjoy the arts in the cool mountain air during the height of summer. 10 a.m. Heritage Grove Park, Evergreen, 303-349-3464, evergreenfineartsfestival.com. Through Aug. 26.

Friday, August 31

Boz Scaggs. 10:30 p.m. Belly Up Aspen, 450 S. Galena St., Aspen, 970-785-8500.

JAS Labor Day Experience. Ring in the end of the summer with Lionel Richie, Jack Johnson, Zac Brown Band, Michael Franti and more. Snowmass Town Park, 2000 Brush Creek Road, Snowmass Village, 866-527-8499,
jazzaspensnowmass.org. Through Sept. 2.

Early Iron Festival. One of the largest vintage car shows in Colorado with more than 600 vehicles to admire. Cole Park, First Street, Alamosa, 719-589-9170. Through Sept. 1.

Four Corners Folk Festival. Featuring Nahko and Medicine for the People, The Dawg Trio, Sam Bush and more. Pagosa Springs,
970-731-5582, folkwest.com. Through Sept. 3

Saturday, September 1

Salida Winefest. Enjoy wine samples from around the world and local Colorado winemakers, with treats from local food vendors, live music performances and creations from local artists. 1 p.m. Riverside Park, Salida,
719-539-2068, salidawinefest.com.

Telluride Film Festival. A celebration of the best in film, past, present and future from all around the world in a scenic location. Telluride, 510-665-9589, telluridefilmfestival.org. Through Sept. 5.

Labor Day Lift-Off. Experience the joy of hot air balloons at this free event. 7 a.m. Memorial Park, 1705 E. Pike’s Peak Ave., Colorado Springs, 719-219-3333, coloradospringslabordayliftoff.com. Through Sept. 3.

Wild West Air Fest. Vintage and warbird static aircraft display, classic cars and airplane shows. 9 a.m. Steamboat Springs Airport,
970-879-0880.