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Top 5 Colorado Events This Week
Jan. 13-19 By Jeff Shibley Sometimes it’s easy to pick the top 5 Colorado events this week, other times not so much. The top 5 Colorado events this week are all about the diversity of things to do that you find here every day. This weekend is extended a day as we celebrate the life and accomplishments of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in 1986, President Ronald Reagan declared the third Monday in January a federally legal holiday commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King' Jr.'s birthday. Denver's Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Colorado Holiday Commission is the Marade organizer. From January 11 to February 12, the commission also presents gatherings that features concerts, movies, workshops. You can keep up with the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Colorado Holiday Commission and learn more about the marade at http://www.drmartinlkingjrchc.org. Send your top Colorado events this week to email@example.com.
Top 5 Colorado Events This Week
- Cowboy Up & Balloon Glow, January 19, 2020 Steamboat Ski Area. On Sunday night from 5-6pm at the base of the Steamboat Ski Area for an evening of sensory delight. View the beauty of six magnificent hot air balloons that will illuminate the Mountain Village. Spectators can stroll among the standing balloons or watch from the warmth of a slope side eatery
- Winter Wine Excursion from Beaver Creek Reserve, Jan 14, 16 and 17, Beaver Creek Mountain. Excursions are offered Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays. The adventure begins with a ride up the Strawberry Park Express chairlift to McCoy Park, where all ability levels enjoy a guided snowshoe tour. Following the tour, The Osprey Fireside Grill welcomes guests into its slope-side mountain-modern elegance, where they will enjoy a delicious assortment of charcuterie carefully paired with select wines
- Black Violin, Jan. 14, Denver, Paramount Theatre / Jan 18, Durango, Fort Lewis College Black Violin is an American hip hop duo from Florida comprising two classically trained string instrumentalists, Kevin Sylvester and Wilner Baptiste
- Big Mountain Betty Fest, Jan 17-19, Silverton Mountain. The Silverton Big Mountain Betty Fest is a weekend experience for female skiers and snowboarders, high intermediate and above (comfortable on black diamond runs).
- Mountain High Music Festival: Gary Morris, Randy Houser, Lee Ann Womack and a whole bunch more, Jan 16-18, Crested Butte Mountain Resort Icon, ACM Poet Award Honoree and Nashville Songwriter Hall of Fame Inductee, Dean Dillon hosts a festival like no other, featuring world class singer/songwriters and recording artists, along with music’s future hit-makers, in concert settings designed for intimate and profound performances, all nestled in the magical winter wonderland of Mt Crested Butte, CO.
Top Concerts this week
Fruition | Drive-By Truckers | Tiffany | Murder by Death | Hairball | Shooter Jennings | Nappy Roots | Hed PE | Supersuckers | Howie Day | Mandolin Orange | Twiddle | Mark Farina | Black Violin | Dennis Quaid and the Sharks | Wish you Were Pink See the full lineup of Colorado concerts this week in Colorado