KUNC Entertainment Report
Great Music, Celebrations and Steam for this weekend's delights.
The Daddy of ‘Em All – Cheyenne Frontier Days opens today and runs till the end of the month with the world class rodeo, Old West museum, art show, concerts, carnival midway, Wild Horse Gulch with Western merchants, craftspeople, artisans, and even some special guest characters, and the Indian Village, sharing Cheyenne’s Native American history-
Trinity Demask has a 7:00 show tonight at Cannon Mine Coffee in Old Town Lafayette
Tomorrow (7/23) enjoy a day of fun while supporting the Spirit of Flight Museum in Erie at the 3rdannual spirit of flight day from 10am-4pm. Aircraft displays and fly-bys, WWII Veterans/Tributes, Car Show and so much more- plus a Jet Dragster, Beer Garden, Band
The stage version of Gilbert and Sullivan's popular light opera Pirates Of Penzance will be presented by the 40-voice Estes Park Oratorio Society Chorus and the 40-piece Chamber Orchestra at the Estes Park High School Auditorium tonight (7/22) and tomorrow night (7/23) at 7:00 at 1600 Manford Avenue, Estes Park.Tonight and tomorrow night at 7pm 970 586 9405
City of Greeley museums present Centennial Saturdays, events and activities every
Saturday this summer at Centennial Village Museum. This week: Four legged fun with pony rides and a petting zoo. Greeley Museums dot com.
Enjoy delicious cherry pie and yummy ice cream at The Cherry Pie Festival in Loveland tomorrow 7/23) from 5 – 8 pm at Peters Park & 5th & Lincoln.Children’s activities, historical displays, a cherry pie contest and live music make it an evening to remember. Sharon Danhauer (Loveland Historical Society) will discuss Loveland’s cherry production history at 4 pm.Loose Cannon Bluegrass will take the stage at 5 pm and Giddyup Kitty will perform at 6:40 pm.
Tomorrow night, Raise the Woof Gala to benefit the Foothills Animal Foundation food & drink samplings from renowned area restaurants and silent and live auctions – sing along and dance to the dueling pianos of Wild Ivories set amid a world-class private car collection at the Mathews Collection in Arvada Saturday July 21
Sunday, the National Repertory Orchestra presents "Tchaikovsky's Greatest Hits" performing some of Tchaikovsky’s most popular works, such as the “Romeo and Juliet Fantasy Overture” and the Suite from “Swan Lake”at the Riverwalk Center in Breckenridge (970) 547-3100
On Tuesdays at 8pm, bring you family, friends, and neighbors to enjoy fine music and fellowship that has always characterized the UNC summer music series, which runs Tuesday evenings till the 26that the garden Theatre in Greeley. 970-351-1921
Bands on the Bricks –free concerts Wednesdays 7-9, on the 1300 block of the Pearl Street Mall till Aug 17
Every Thursday night through August 18th, Frisco, brings together great music for their Concerts in the Park Series to benefit Summit County Non – Profits. The concerts are free and refreshments will be available to benefit our local non profits. So bring out your lawn chairs and join your friends for a summer filled with Concerts in the Park. This is a pet-friendly event! http://www.townoffrisco.com/events/concert-in-the-park/
33rd Annual Arts Picnic in Lincoln Park in Historic Downtown Greeley Saturday, July 30 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.Sunday, July 31 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 3 stages of entertainment Creation station Kids Station, Beer garden, food and Art. Lots of art. 170 booths of beauty awaits .
Next Sunday (July 31) The Lynn Patrick Trio has a 7:30 show at Nissis in Lafayette
And if you are up early tomorrow morning and anywhere near the Union Pacific tracks heading north you may hear the low moan of a most glorious steam engine, for the legendary 844 is once again pulling the Denver Post Train to Cheyenne Frontier Days; leaving Downtown Denver at 7am sharp; if you miss her- she will be heading back to Denver leaving Cheyenne at 5pm, then returning home on Sunday leaving Denver at 1pm http://www.up.com/aboutup/special_trains/steam/details.shtml