The SAF Young People's Theater presents its annual high school production "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum."
Sunday, January 24th. 6PM. Reserved Seating Show: $28 adults, $20 students/children PUSH Physical Theater is a talented group of performers who are masters of physcial storytelling. This group of performers create physical illusions and gravity-defying, dance- infused, acrobatic high-jinx. To purchase tickets, click HERE .
January 15th-17th, 2016. It’s a bit early to have information about the 2016 Telluride Fire Festival, but it’s not too early to book lodging. Many veteran festivarians book their condos and hotel rooms a year in advance and the town of Telluride is mostly sold out six months before the festival! Come back later for more information on this festival. A NEW Telluride festival, The Telluride Fire Festival will be centered around a free public and interactive experience of fire artistry. The fire displays will occur from when darkness falls to late evening on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. These displays will be held both in Mountain Village and on 'Main Street' and all stationary art intallations will be available during the day for viewing. Video of Telluride...
In the summer of 1947, thirteen men at Yale University with an unrivaled passion for music and revelry banded together to form the dynamic brotherhood known as The Baker’s Dozen. From the Yale campus to the Hollywood Hills, the Baker’s Dozen performs for audiences of all sizes. Every year, the Baker's Dozen combine music and comedy on stages in schools, clubs, restaurants and private parties across the nation and throughout the globe. Baker’s Dozen concerts feature an engaging mix of traditional favorites and contemporary hits, from the time-honored “Loch Lomond” to The Temptations, Neil Diamond, Ben Folds and others. Tickets are $12 for adults and $8 for children 18 and under plus our ticketing fee. This show will be GA seated.
Bluegrass favorites Head for the Hills and Hot Buttered Rum play the historic Sheridan Opera House to close out the 2015 Holiday Concert Series on Saturday and Sunday Jan. 2 & 3, 2016. Head for the Hills will close Saturday and Hot Buttered Rum will close on Sunday. These two bold and innovative string bands are so much more than bluegrass and make the perfect pairing to get folks dancing in the dead of winter. Hot Buttered Rum hails from northern California and their onstage chemistry fuels the lovefest that is a live HBR show. Head for the Hills hails from Fort Collins, CO and have a legion of fans far and wide who love the band for their bluegrass fused with jazz, hip-hop, indie rock and more. Tickets are $30 GA on the floor and $40 reserved in the balcony and increase by $5 the...
Keller Williams returns to Telluride with his funk band, More Than A Little, to ring in the New Year with us! He has created this unique show - ToFunkURide. Doors at 9PM, 2 sets, we will dance and groove past midnight. All ages Tickets on sale now! https://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/951543?utm_medium=bks
The Sheridan Arts Foundation's New Year’s Eve Gala will transport you down to the Big Easy for a New Orleans themed night full of good music, champagne and more. Preservation Hall, a venerable music venue located in the heart of the French Quarter, was founded by Allan and Sandra Jaffe in 1961 to promote traditional New Orleans jazz in all its authenticity The house band, now led by the son of the Hall’s founders, Ben Jaffe, is now an internationally culture known icon travelling worldwide spreading their mission to nurture and perpetuate the art form of New Orleans Jazz. Whether performing at Carnegie Hall or Lincoln Center, for British Royalty or the King of Thailand, this music embodies a joyful, timeless spirit. Under Ben’s tutelage, Preservation Hall continues with a deep...
The Sheridan Arts Foundation presents a once-in-a-lifetime concert with Motown legend Smokey Robinson live at the historic Sheridan Opera House on Tuesday, Dec. 29 during the 2015 Holiday Concert Series. Once pronounced by Bob Dylan as America's "greatest living poet" acclaimed singer-songwriter Smokey Robinson's career spans over four decades of hits. Founding the Miracles in high school, Robinson penned such hits as "You've Really Got a Hold On Me," "The Tracks of My Tears," and "Tears of a Clown" (co-written with Stevie Wonder) and eventually became the Vice President of Motown Records. With more than 4,000 songs to his credit, he continues to thrill sold-out audiences with his high tenor voice, impeccable timing and profound lyrics. Tickets are $200, $500 and $1,000 reserved seats...
The Sheridan Arts Foundation and Project Clean Water present acclaimed singer-songwriter, actress, poet and philanthropist Jewel at the historic Sheridan Opera House on Monday, Dec. 28 at 8 p.m. Tickets for this intimate solo acoustic evening are $125 and $200 reserved seats and all proceeds benefit both the Sheridan Arts Foundation, the non-profit that owns and operates the Sheridan Opera House and Jewel’s non-profit Project Clean Water. (A portion of each ticket is tax deductible, call us for more information.)
The Sheridan Arts Foundation kicks off its 2015 Holiday Concert Series with Amy Helm & the Handsome Strangers on Sunday, Dec. 27 at the historic Sheridan Opera House. The daughter of Levon Helm, of The Band, Amy has been making music for most of her life. She's garnered widespread praise as a singer, songwriter and live performer first as a member of the celebrated alt-country collective Ollabelle and her extensive work with her father. Tickets for this special night of Americana roots rock music are $45 and $55 reserved seating in advance and increase $5 day of the show.
Wednesday, December 24th. 6:30PM. Watch as skiers and snowboarders take a run down Coonskin and Telluride Trail carrying blazing red torches. Video of Telluride Torchlight Parade
Sheridan Opera House and Black Tie Skies Presents Teton Gravity Research's "Paradise Waits"
The Sheridan Arts Foundation and Black Tie Skis presents Teton Gravity Research's latest ski film, "Paradise Waits" at the Sheridan Opera House on Dec. 11 with two screenings at 6 and 9 p.m. As the days turn into weeks and the weeks roll into months, it's the moments when everything seems to come together in perfect harmony that resonate the loudest. For those who anticipate winter's arrival with frothing mouths and the dreams of what may come, this past year came with an unfamiliar set of struggles as these perfect moments became more and more elusive. But for the TGR team, this only hardened their pursuit of winter's rewards. Tickets are $15 and we'll be raffling off sweet schwag and a free pair of skis at both screenings.
The SAFYPT presents its middle school play "Shrek the Musical" Dec. 4-6, 2015. LET YOUR FREAK FLAG FLY! This is the mantra of the upcoming SAFYPT theatrical extravaganza..."Shrek the Musical". Based on the hit movie, this version of this story includes all of the characters you know and love, plus a score of irresistible toe-tapping songs. Our show features the loveable ogre Shrek, the beautiful Princess Fiona (who maintains a monstrous secret), the wise-cracking Donkey, and a slew of familiar fairy tale characters such as Pinocchio, the Big Bad Wolf, the Ugly Duckling and more.
Monday & Tuesday. November 16th & 17th. $25 GA standing room floor. $35 reserved seats. Enjoy two nights of incomparable music, from this five member band. Their sound is rooted in classic stringband Americana, but includes other sounds such as rock. Tickets go on sale, Friday, July 17th at 12PM. To purchase tickets, click HERE .
Friday, October 31- From 8:00- 10:00 PM On October 31, Halloween night, go on a journey through Tellurides creepy former hospital and take a lamplight tour of the Museum's transformed gallery spaces. Prepare to be spooked! It is $5 for students (ID needed) and $10 for others. Tickets can be purchased online at www.telluridemuseum.org/shop .
Saturday, October 31st. 8:30 PM. Tickets are $30. Celebrating its 40th anniversary Halloween Party, the evening will feature great events such as; a costume contest with cash prizes, a DJ, and live music from the Cannondolls. To purchase tickets, click HERE .
October 16, 17 & 18, 2015 marks the 6th annual Telluride Horror Show, which makes it Colorado's first and longes-running horror film festival. This 3-day genre film festival is located here in Telluride, Colorado. Screenings of the latest horror, fantasy, and sci-fi films will take place throughout the weekend at the Sheridan Opera House and the Nugget Theatre. The festival screens an average of 20 feature films and more than 30+ short films. Additionally, they host special programs, guests, and a party. Festival Passes: (2014 Information) 3-Day Pass ($84) - Purchase a 3-day pass and you will have access to the 11 films in addition to the opening pig roast with attending filmmakers. The 3-day pass guarantees entry into one of the two theaters during any give time slot. 5...
October 16th, 23rd & 30th, 2015. 6:30 PM- 8:00 PM Similar to their Lone Tree Cemetary Tours, the Telluride Historical Museum is doing a special tour that fits with the Halloween season. Telluride's past will come to life in a dramatic glow of lamp light. It is $10 for museum members and $15 for others. Tickets can be purchased by phone (970-728-3344) or online at www.telluridemuseum.org/shop . Warm cloths and a flashlight are recommended!
Sunday, October 11th. 3PM-6PM. $15 adults, $8 children under 12. Tickets available at the door. It is estimated there will be 100 singers from Durango and Telluride that will be performing music created by locals Dr. David Lingle and Dalen Stevens. In addition, there will be a 21 piece Chamber Orchestra. Dr. Lingle (deceased January 2013) was the Telluride Choral Society Director for over 7 years.
Friday October 2nd. 7PM. Reserved seating show: $28 adults, $20 student/children The FLY Dance Company presents a technique very hip hop creative, gymnastic, and highly masculine. FLY is an all male contemporary dance company from Houston, consisting of nine talented young men. To purchase tickets, click HERE .