Telluride Festivals and Events
Updated: 1 hour 8 min ago
“There are two kinds of film festivals: there are the mega-hyped, hoopla-infested selling circuses, and there is Telluride. It is extraordinarily exciting, in this age of the triumph of capitalism, to discover an event dedicated not to commerce, but to love. And if that sounds old fashioned and starry-eyed, so be it. The cinema was always in the business of gazing at stars.” – Salman Rushdie About The Telluride Film Festival The prestigious Telluride Film Festival brings together industry masters under the auspices of the majestic San Juan Mountains. It is nothing short of a magical weekend, a celebration of film, community, and creativity. The festival notoriously keeps its film schedule a secret, but you can bet that many of the films you will see will be at the top of your...
The Art Walk takes place from 5PM-8PM on the first Thursday of every month (excluding May and November) and features 21 different venues showcasing new exhibitions and artists. A free self guided Art Walk map is available at the Stronghouse Studios + Gallery on 283 South Fir or at other participating venues. Adam W. Carlos Fine Art 398 W. Colorado Ave. (Downstairs) Ah Haa School for the Arts 300 S. Townsend Ave. AZADI Fine Rugs 217 W. Colorado Ave. Baked in Telluride 127 S. Fir St. DOLCE 224 E. Colorado Ave. Elinoff & Co. 204 W. Colorado Ave. Gallery 81435 230 S. Fir St. Gold Mountain Gallery 135 W. Colorado La Cocina de Luz 333 W. Colorado Ave. LDGiles Art & Design 307 E. Colorado, Unit #104 (Willow Building) Lustre, an Artisan Gallery 171 S...
Monday, August 31st. 8PM . $25 for Adults. $15 for under 18. With a cast of Broadway performers, old classics and new favorites will be performed, creating a delightful night for all attendees. To purchase tickets, click HERE .
Sunday, August 30th. 6-9PM. Join us at the Michael D. Palm Theater for a special film screening and discussion with Ken Burns. Burns has been making documentary films for over 30 years, and has produced some of the most acclaimed historical documentaries ever made. Some of Burns' films include, The Address (2014), The Central Park Five (2013), The Dust Bowl (2012), Prohibition (2011), The National Parks: America's Best Idea (2009), and The War (2007), which was co-directed with Lynn Novick. Purchase tickets at the door.
Friday, July 31st. 6-8PM. FREE Entry. The Telluride Festival of Cars and Colors presents an evening of great vintage cars. This event is free to participate and will be free to the public. No register neccessary. At the end of the evening, a People's Choice Award will be presented.
Saturday, August 29th. 11AM-5PM. $20 advance. $25 at the door. $500 VIP Cabana w/chairs + service. As a fundraiser for the Telluride Transfer Warehouse, anyone over the age of 21 can enjoy kiddie pools, drinks, and games. There will also be a Beer Pong Tournament with a sign up from 12-1PM, and the tournament starting at 1PM.
Saturday, August 29th. 6:30-10PM. Museum Friend, $200 . Museum Lover, $275 . Come to the 12th Annual Feasting on History , a benefit for the Telluride Historical Museum. All tickets include VIP admission to An Evening with Ken Burns , screening of The Civil War the following evening, Sunday, August 30th. To purchase tickets, click the links above, or call (970) 728-3344.
Head over to the Main Street location of Telluride Sports Aug 28th- Aug 30th for the 33rd annual Blizzard Sale! Save 30%-70% on skis, boards, boots, bindings, outerwear, accessories, footwear and more!
Every Friday, June 5-October 9 2015. 10:30AM-4PM . Take a stroll down South Oak Street and visit the Telluride Farmers' Market every Friday afternoon during the summer from 10:30am-4pm. Fresh produce, organic meats, delicious kettlecorn popcorn, fresh flowers and much more. Oak Street hosts a beautiful market of local crafts, produce, and any other goods you can imagine at the Telluride Farmer’s Market. The Telluride Farmer’s Market supports vendors with 100% organic products (75% minimum for most prepared foods). Products come from within a 100 mile radius of Telluride, assuring that what is sold is local, fresh, and has little environmental impact. Come out during the afternoon and you will find the street lined with a huge variety of vendors including local farms, gardens,...
Friday, August 28 and Saturday, August 29, 2015, Telluride Town Park Pretty Lights with a trademark combo of gritty, crate-digging hip-hop, speaker shredding digital thump, and instrumentally-based psychedelia, will head to Telluride for a two-night run. Click HERE to purchase tickets. Later, enjoy Pretty Lights afterparties at both Fly Me to the Moon Saloon, and the Sheridan Opera House. August 27th-29th. For more information, click HERE . Video of Pretty Lights - So Bright - Red Rocks 2012 Video Recap
Friday, August 28th. Tickets at the door. Krooked Drivers is a duo featuring a sound of electronic, hip hop, and soul. Video of [OFFICIAL] Krooked Drivers- &quot;No Use Pretending&quot; Music Video
August 27th & 28th. 7PM. Doors open at 6:30PM. General Admission Seating: $25- Adults, $15- Students/Children (Under 18) Part of the Telluride American Songbook Festival, this long running New York show celebrates the songs of John Kander and Fred Ebb. Bring a group of 10 or more and save $5 per ticket. For group packages, contact Marilyn Branch at email@example.com To purchase tickets, click HERE .
Thursday, August 27th. Doors open at 8PM. Tickets at the door. Eliot Lipp is an electronic music artist, performing as a part of Pretty Lights . Video of Eliot Lipp - Rap Tight - Tacoma Mockingbird
Thursday, August 27th. Tickets at the door. Mikey Thunder is an electronic musician. His sound is a bassdriven, party, rock, electro, future, and funk mix. Video of Mikey Thunder - Trill St. Blues [HD]
Wednesday, August 26th. 6:15PM & 8:30PM. Tickets go on sale at the Nugget box office 30 minutes prior to the show. The Diplomat , is a documentary following the remarkable life of Ambassador Richard Holbrooke. Told through the perspective of his son David, this documentary takes you behind the scenes of high stakes diplomacy. To watch the trailer, click HERE .
Tuesday, August 25th. $20 GA floor (standing room only). $30 reserved seats on the balcony. Formed in 1969, the Mighty Diamonds are the most consistent and long-running vocal trio in Jamaican musical history. They have produced more than 40 albums, and have toured extensively around the world. To purchase tickets, click HERE . Video of Mighty Diamonds-I Need A Roof
Saturday-Sunday. August 22nd-23rd. 10-4PM. $215 tuition+$10 materials. This class will teach both 2D and 3D artists how to accurately convey the original image while avoiding unexpected shadows, poor image quality, and off coloring. Students of all levels are welcome. It is encouraged students bring a few examples of their work. A camera is optional. To register, click HERE .
Saturday, August 22nd. 8PM Dawes , is a folk rock band with a Laurel Canyon sound dervied from artists such as Crosby, Stills, Nash, Joni Mitchell and Neil Young. To purchase tickets, click HERE . Watch their hit, 'Things Happen' below: Video of Dawes - Things Happen (Official Video)
Saturday, August 22nd. Doors open at 8PM. Tickets at the door. Rastasaurus is a quintet out of Denver, Colorado. They play original songs that have a sound that is a unique blend of American reggae. Video of RASTASAURUS - Nothing to Lose (Trying) @ Bluebird Theater
Friday, August 21st. 10PM. Brothers Gow, is a quintet out of San Diego that combines rock, funk, jazz and reggae influences. With more than 500 shows under their belts, they offer a dynamic sound, strong vocal harmonies, and complex arrangements in their guitar-driven rock. Watch them play below: Video of Brothers Gow - Orpheum Theater - Flagstaff, AZ - 2015