Telluride Festivals and Events
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Friday, July 17th. 4PM. $5 tickets per person, available at door only. JUNO winner Norman Foote will be having a concert featuring "Foote" classics and songs from his JUNO Award-Winning album.There will be appearances from his live action props/puppets, and tunes from his 2013 release. Video of Song Fest: Love My New Shirt with Norman Foote
Thusday, July 16th . 5:30PM. Doors open at 5 Moses, Angel and Nina are three young Ugandan's growing up in the slums of Kampala. They can't afford toys, let alone go to school, but everything changes when they join the African Children's Choir. To get tickets for ' Imba Means Sing ', click HERE . Video of &quot;Imba Means Sing&quot; Trailer
Thursday, July 16th. 6PM-7:30PM. Brought to you by San Juan Independent, enjoy a lecture by an international photojournalist. He will discuss his journey in telling stories about his experiences that were ignored in the American Midwest and West. For more information, click HERE .
Thursday, July 16th. 5:30PM. $15 General Admission Ticket. Buy 4 tickets for $50. VIP Ticket $50, with appetizers at Arroyo included. Become immersed in the lives of three children growing up in the slums of Kampala, Uganda. Follow their journey as they tour the world as part of the GRAMMY- nominated African Children's Choir. All profits will go the children in the African Children's Choir. To purchase tickets, click HERE . Video of &quot;Imba Means Sing&quot; Trailer
Thursday, July 16th. 4-7PM. FREE. Taste four estate wines from Canard Vineyard , of Napa, California. Enjoy this exclusive opportunity to talk with Adam Fox, and talk about his hand crafted estate wines that he has helped produce for almost 30 years. Contact Email: email@example.com
Wednesday, July 15th. 6-8PM. FREE! Shakedown Street will be playing at the Sunset Plaza for free as part of the Summer Concert Series. Video of Shakedown Street and Melvin Seals at the Boulder Theater 3-29-13 Fire On The Mountain
July 15th-19th, 2015 The Telluride Art + Architecture Weekend provides an insider’s look into the creative talent within the Telluride Arts District. Over the course of two days, the tour will span five venues per day. Stops include prestigious new and historic homes, studios, restaurants, and alternative venues. Each venue will feature numerous artists and designers of all kinds, tastings by local chefs and wine pairings. At each stop on the tour, a creative team of architects, chefs, artists and designers collaborate to provide an intimate experience for guests. Enjoy art exhibits, artist and chef demonstrations, live music, performances, artist talks, tours with architects and designers, food, beer and wine tastings and surprises at each stop on the way. Purchase...
Wednesday, July 15th. 10-2PM. $95 tuition Spend an afternoon learnining how curds and whey become cheese. In this class, you will make ricotta, mozzarella, brie and butter using both goat and cow's milk. After four hours of watching and participating in this class, you will leave with all the tools to make homeade cheese whenever you like. To register, Click HERE . Note : This class will not be held at an off-site location in the town of Telluride.
The Telluride Americana Music Series features four nights of contemporary American songwriter originals.
Tuesday, July 14th. 8:30PM. Conference Center Plaza. FREE! Bring your lawn chairs for an outdoor screening of 'The Lion King.' PG (1994) 1hr 29m Video of The Lion King (Trailer)
Tuesday- Thursday. July 14th-16th. 5-8PM. $150 tuition+$15 studio fee *bring your own materials. For the required materials list, Click HERE . Explore the medium of watercolor. Students of all abilities will learn the technical side of painting, and will bring these techniques to life through exercises, studies and still life and landscape paintings. Each session, watercolor will be translated into visual journaling. * If you would like to purchase your supplies from Ah Haa, a seperate $65 materials fee applies. Please choose this add-on option when registering for your class . To register, Click Here .
Monday, July 13 - Friday, July 17. $400 (Ages 8-10) 9AM-1PM The SAF Young People's Theater will host its annual Summer Specular for young thespians. The week-long musical theater camp will end with a free performance of "Stuart Little" at 1 p.m. on July 17 at the Sheridan. Register your child HERE .
Sunday, July 12. Doors 10PM. GA $30. Reserved Seating $40. North Mississippi Allstars will be playing at The Sheridan Opera House as part of NightRIDE. Purchase tickets HERE . Video of North Mississippi Allstars - Rollin &#039;n Tumblin
Sunday, July 12th . Doors at 8/Show at 9:30PM. As part of the NightRIDE Bloodkin , a rock band, will be playing at the Fly Me To The Moon Saloon as part of the 4th Annual Telluride RIDE Festival. NightRIDE Tickets for Sunday, July 12th are $40, or free to weekend passholders. Get tickets HERE Check out some of their work: Video of Bloodkin &quot;Wet Trombone Blues&quot;
Saturday, July 11th . Doors at 8/Show at 9:30PM. As part of the NightRIDE The Temperence Movement and Ayron Jones and The Way , rock bands, will be playing at the Fly Me To The Moon Saloon as part of the 4th Annual Telluride RIDE Festival. NightRIDE Tickets for Saturday, July 11th are $30, or free to weekend passholders. Get tickets HERE Listen to 'Take It Back' by The Temperance Movement: Video of The Temperance Movement - Take It Back Check out Ayron Jones and The Way and their song, 'Feedin' From the Devil's Hands': Video of Ayron Jones and the Way: &quot;Feedin&#039; From the Devil&#039;s Hands&quot; (Official Music Video)
Saturday, July 11. Doors at 10PM. GA $30. Reserved Seating $40. Trigger Hippy will be playing at The Sheridan Opera House as part of NightRIDE. Purchase tickets HERE . Video of Trigger Hippy | Rise Up Singing - LIVE
Saturday, July 11 - Wednesday, July 18. The Peaks Resort. Join James Strole and Bernadeane, pioneers and anti-death activists, for an unforgettable week of insight and inspiration to radically expand your life in every area, from health and prosperity to relationships and personal expression, and learn about the latest scientific advancements. Connect with like-minded people, learn the latest about scientific advancements, and start to live forever today. -Live Performances -Party with international DJ Kevin Brown -5K hosted by Run From Anywhere Guest Speakers: -Dr. Bill Andrews. Sierra Sciences. "The Man Who Would Stop Time" -Molly Sheridan. Run From Anywhere. Speaker, author, and ultra runner Contact Person: Michelle Andrews Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org...
About the Ride Festival: Debuting in 2012, this will be the 4th annual Ride Festival. The Ride Festival has quickly gained a repution for handpicking rootsy, rocking talent that compliments the hosting town of Telluride. Past lineups have included acts suchs as David yrne and St. vincent, Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros, Ben Harper, Thievery Corporation, The Lumineers, Rodrigo y Gabriela, Drive-By-Truckers, Cake, Los Lobos, Steve Earle, among others. About KOTOFM: Since 1975, KOTO has provided the Telluride area will a high-quality, commercial-free, non-underwritten community radio. KOTO's radio mission is to entertain, educate, and inform while reflectig the needs, desires, and diversity of the community. Volunteers from KOTO sere the community as DJ's, in event...
Saturday & Sunday. July 11th & 12th. 10-4PM. $200 tuition+$65 materials Students will turn ordinary junk and textured scraps into dynamic, layered works of art through a combination of processes and collaged materials. Through various techniques, the students will transfer multiple images onto paper, achieving depth, range of tone, and cohesion of colors. Techniques explored in the class include collagraphy, multi-color printing, ghost images and blocking. As a final product, students will emerge with several proofs, as well as one or two finished pieces. To register, Click HERE .
The Hardrock Hundred Mile Endurance Run is an ultramarathon of 100.5 miles, 33,992 feet of elevation climb, and 33,992 feet of descent for a total elevation change of 67,984 feet. The race is held on a loop course, including 4WD roads, dirt trails, and cross country terrain in Southern Colorado's San Juan Mountain range. The run begins and ends in Silverton, Colorado and travels through Telluride and Ouray and crosses 13 major passes in the 12,000 to 13,000 foot (elevation) range. Completion of the event is marked by kissing the Hardrock, a picture of a ram's head painted on a large stone. This is a graduate level endurance run. Moutaineering, wilderness survival, and wilderness navigation skills are key. The cut off time for finishing the race is 48 hours. Current course records...