Fri November 18, 2011
Arts & Culture

KUNC Entertainment Report

Great music, theatre, ice skating and more along Colorado's Front Range this weekend.

Hear three great singer/songwriters, Rebecca Folsom, Kathryn Mostow and Danielle Ate the Sandwich: In the Round  in a 7:30 show at Avogadro’s Number in Ft. Collins tonight. www.avogadros.com

It is Art Night IN along the 400 block of south Public Road in Historic Downtown Lafayette, when merchants and galleries stay open late to share their wares, libations, music, demonstrations and more from 6-9pm.

Elephant Revival, neo-acoustic folk quintet from Nederland Colorado, known for its unique multi–genre musical approach, join SHEL , bringing their sophisticated and lighthearted work to Denver’s Bluebird Theatre for a 9:00 show tonight, then Elephant Revival join the Steep Canyon Rangers for an 8:00 show tomorrow night at the Boulder Theatre.

The Longmont Theatre’s production of Frost/Nixon closes tomorrow night (11/19)

Mary Gauthier has an 8:00 show at Denver’s Swallow Hill tomorrow night

Open Stage Theater’s production of brings The Rocky Horror continues in Thursdays – Sunday 7:30 performances and 2pm Sunday matinees until November 27th. www.openstagetheatre.com

Winter skate is back – opening at Twenty Ninth street in Boulder, in The Village at FlatIron Crossing and in Historic downtown Louisville – Old fashioned outdoor ice skating!  303-448-3137  info @bouldercreekevents.com

Join the Fort Collins Symphony and the Mont Alto Motion Picture Orchestra on Saturday, November 19, 2011 to experience an authentic, exciting, and compelling score of the kind heard in movie theaters in the 1920s.  In this famous silent film comedy, railroad engineer Buster Keaton is rejected by the Confederate Army and by his sweetheart, Annabelle. When Northern spies kidnap both Annabelle and The General (his beloved train engine), it sets in motion cinema's most perfectly structured comic epic at Everyday Joe’s Coffee tomorrow 7Proceeds benefit The Ft. Collins Symphony’s ongoing commitment to education.

The Denver Mandolin Orchestra presents the Jurassic Rascals and the Hoagies in a performance to benefit Rocky Mountain Honor ‘flight and their work for WWII Vets this Sunday(11/20)  at the Wynkoop Brewery in LoDo 7pm.

Eclectic singer / songwriter Chris Isaak is bringing his smooth voice and rock ‘n roll attitude to Budweiser Events Center at The Ranch in Loveland, for a one night only concert of holidays and his greatest hits Sunday night at the Budweiser Events Center in Loveland.

Sandra Wong and the Thyme Quintet have a 2:00 show at Estes Park’s Stanley Hotel this Sunday

Acoustic duo Timbre Bridge will perform in Allenspark at The Old Gallery’s Potluck & Music Series on Sunday, November 20 at 6:00 pm.   As Timbre Bridge, Ibby and Richard's duo acoustic performances of their original material are a unique and powerful blend. 

Prohibition Six Jazz Band, playing vintage jazz from the 20's, 30's, and 40's, featuring vocalist, Cindy Chengery at Boulder’s St. Julien Hotel starting at 6:30 next Wednesday night (11/23)

Next Saturday, Saturday, November 26, 2011 Historic Downtown Greeley will host a "Downtown Open House" 9am to 5:30pm. Come see the special offers, and holiday cheer- don’t forget to view the Parade starting at 5pm and the Grand Lighting Ceremony  for Greeley Lights the Nights immediately following, and of course the annual Festival of Trees at the Union Colony Civic Center, opening next Saturday and running till December 3rd.

Holiday fairs and celebrations abound--  Artisans' Collection 33rd Annual Holiday Sale opens tonight at Greeley’s Union Colony Civic Center sharing  handcrafted gifts:  Pottery, jewelry, paintings, glass, fiber, wood, mosaics, quilted jackets, purses, soap, candy, festive foods- the Dickens Store – an arts extravaganza composed of  national as well as local arts groups and artisans opens tonight in Boulder’s Flatiron  Crossing Mall where Ultimate Electronics used to be .  The Gallery of Trees in the fort Collins Lincoln Center opens tonight—can the Nutcracker be far off?


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