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Keystone Summer Events Calendar

Keystone Summer Events Calendar

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posted: 01/01/2000

JULY

July 9-10
Blues Festival and Art Show
River Run Village
Noon — 6 p.m.
The first-ever Blues Festival and Art Show brings some of the best blues music and art to the Colorado Rockies. regional and national blues musicians and groups take the stage for free shows throughout the two-day festival. Artists from across the country compete in a juried art show and sell their artwork.

July 9
Blues Festival Headliner Concert - Charlie Musselwhite
The Pavilion at Keystone
7-9 p.m.
$14 general admission
With 14 W.C. Handy awards to his credit and six Grammy nominations, Charlie Musselwhite is firmly entrenched in musical history. Charlie has also been honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award from The Monterey Blues Festival and the San Javier Jazz Festival in Spain and the Mississippi Governor's Award for Excellence in the Arts. He takes the stage at the Pavilion to headline the Blues Festival.

July 15
National Repertory Orchestra
The Pavilion at Keystone
7-9 p.m.
The National Repertory Orchestra is comprised of the top aspiring musicians in the country. Every summer the NRO performs at Keystone's Pavilion. This evening's program includes Brahms' "Symphony #3," Hadyn's "Cello Concerto in D" and "Jie Jin, cello" and Strauss' "Till Eulenspiegel's Merry Pranks.

July 16
Sheryl Renee Band Concert
The Pavilion at Keystone
5-7 p.m.
$5 general admission (at the door)
She's been called "Sensational" by critics. Sheryl Renee's stunning vocal prowess is testament to that praise. Listen to one of America's top vocalists as Sheryl and her band perform their renditions of America's favorite songs. Call (970) 496-4613 for more information.

July 22
National Repertory Orchestra — Symphonic Blockbuster
The Pavilion at Keystone
7-9 p.m.
$16 general admission, $20 reserved seating
The National Repertory Orchestra is comprised of the top aspiring musicians in the country. Every summer the NRO performs at Keystone's Pavilion. This evening's program is a night of "Symphonic Blockbuster," including "Berlioz's Roman Carnical Overture," Ginastera's "Variaciones Concertantes," Rimsky-Korsakov's "Capriccio Espagnol," welcher's "Prairie Light," and "Kodaly's "Dances of Galanta."

July 24
Keystone Ranch 25th Anniversary Golf Tournament
Keystone Ranch Golf Course
Twenty-five years ago, Robert Trent Jones, Jr. designed a classic alpine course - The Keystone Ranch Golf Course. This year, Keystone celebrates the quarter-century birthday of the course with a golf tournament. Play the Scottish links-style front nine and the classic mountain style back nine with Keystone's own storied characters. Call 970-496-4250 for more information

July 23
Continental Land Divide Trust presents the Limeliters
The Pavilion at Keystone
Two-time Grammy-nominated folk legends "Limeliters" come to the Pavilion at Keystone. The show's sponsored by Charlotte Clarke to benefit Continental Divide Land Trust. Call 970-668-1604 for more ticket information.

July 30-31
9th Annual Bluegrass and Beer Festival
River Run Village
noon-6 p.m.
More than 25 of Colorado's top microbreweries showcase their smoothest blends of hops and barley. Grab your partner and twirl them 'round to the stomping sounds of original Bluegrass music. A lumberjacking competition, a beer garden along with down-home cooking jam a weekend full of summer indulgences. Kidz Zone is a hit with bounce houses and other inflatable games.

July 30
Bluegrass Headliner Concert with Blue Highway
The Pavilion at Keystone
7-9 p.m.
$14 general admission
One of the most esteemed and influential groups in contemporary bluegrass, Blue Highway has released six acclaimed albums and received a Grammy nomination. They excel at instrumental dexterity, impeccable vol interplay and literate, powerful songwriting. Individually, the members of Blue Highway are at the forefront of their field, appearing on projects as sidemen, songwriters, and solo artists. Together, they are "a democracy in the best sense of the word: five gifted artists selflessly merging their talents into a seamlessly brilliant group sound.

AUGUST

Aug. 4-7
Mountain Art Gathering
The Pavilion at Keystone
Aug. 5-7
10 a.m. — 5 p.m. (art show and sale)
The "Gatherers and their guest artists assembled from around the country converge at Keystone to raise money and awareness of art. Browse their award-winning art — from pottery and handcrafted furniture to sculpture and paintings. A portion of the art sales are donated to the Summit Foundation. An Artful Feast, a gala event, is set for Friday, Aug. 5 and features a live auction of art, exquisite Colorado cuisine and entertainment.

Aug. 12
Girl's Night Out Comedy Night
The Pavilion at Keystone
7:30 p.m.
$12 general admission, $14 reserved seating
Anything goes when two of America's hottest female comics come together for what promises to be a naughty and hilarious Ladies' Comedy Night. Having played all the major venues in North America, these two high priestesses of humor offer their irreverent and saucy perspective on a spectrum of topics. This show is not for children. Childcare available through Keystone's Children's Center.

Aug. 13-14
XTERRA Mountain Championship
Lakeside Village/Dercum Mountain
8 a.m. — 4 p.m.
The biggest, baddest off-road triathlon — The XTERRA Mountain Championship - returns to Keystone Resort for the eighth consecutive year. Keystone dishes out Mother Nature's toughest terrain. The highlight of the weekend festivities is the championship full-course race for pros and amateurs. XTERRA also offers the half-distance XTERRA Sport race, plus races for trail runners and mountain bikers. There are also Shimano Youth Series bike races, skill challenges, XTERRA University clinics and an expo with food, product displays, a climbing wall and more.

Aug. 13
Antares with Natalie Oliver Atherton in Concert
The Pavilion at Keystone
5-7 p.m.
$5 general admission at the door
This dynamic six-piece band lights up the stage with fiery R&B combined with contemporary jazz and rock. Guitarist Anthony James provides the sizzle. Natalie Oliver Atherton fans the flames with her sulty vocal styling. Call (970) 496-4613 for more information.

Aug. 19
Snake River Chamber Orchestra Concert
The Pavilion at Keystone
7-9 p.m.
$15 general admission
Back by popular demand, The Snake River Chamber Orchestra is led by charismatic Chaz Weatherbee. Chaz and a slew of guest artists provide an enjoyable evening of chamber and pops music.

Aug. 20
Umberto Fonte Band Concert
The Pavilion at Keystone
5-7 p.m.
$5 general admission (at the door)
Nashville singer-songwriter, Umberto Fonte, leads this dance worthy four-piece band. The band unleashes country rock originals and timeless classics. Call (970) 496-4613 for more information.

Aug. 25
Broadway at Keystone
The Pavilion at Keystone
7-9 p.m.
$14 general admission
This musical review showcases the work of the Tony Award-winning composer/writer team Flaherty and Arons (Ragtime, Lucky Stiff, Suessical the Musical, and more) in Act One. Act Two highlights some of your favorite music from shows currently playing on the Great White Way. Produced by the Lake Dillon Theatre Company. Call 496-4613 for ticket information.

Aug. 26
Jill Carr Wine, Jazz, and Art Headliner Concert
The Pavilion at Keystone
7-9 p.m.
$12 general admission, $14 reserved seating
One of the most sought-after talents in the country, Jill Carr is a multi-faceted performer with superstar qualities. She has sung and danced her way onto the stage at major showrooms in Atlantic City, Las Vegas and other clubs/resorts in the U.S. and in Europe. She's also appeared on "Baywatch, performed in "Big Break hosted by Natalie Cole, as well as many well-known musicals and music videos.

Aug. 27-28
8th Annual Wine, Jazz, and Art Festival
River Run
Noon-5 p.m.
Enjoy a weekend of rhythmic melodies, exquisite art and fine wines at Keystone's Wine, Jazz and Art Festival. The sophisticated affair showcases more than 300 award-winning wines from around the world. Wine seminars accompanied by works of art and polished jazz ensembles complete two days of festivities.

Sept. 3
17th Annual Taste of Keystone
Lakeside Village
11 a.m. — 3 p.m.
The Taste of Keystone is a perfect way for guests to experience Keystone's restaurants (the Alpenglow Stube, Ski Tip, Keystone Ranch and Champeaux) while supporting Summit County's Mountain Mentors. Top it all off with yummy chocolate treats from the Keystone Pastry Shop. Live music will be paired with the delectable treats. Restaurant samples will range between one and five taste tickets sold at $1 each.

Sept. 3
Lannie Garret & her Errand Boys of Rhythm Swing Quintet
The Pavilion at Keystone
4-6 p.m.
$5 general admission (at the door)
A favorite with Colorado crowds, Lannie Garrett, injects her own magic into the time-honored genre of Swing. Call (970) 496-4613 for more information.

Sept. 3-5
Keystone Climax Mountain States Cup Bike Finals
8 a.m. — 6 p.m.
The Keystone Climax is a weekend of championship bike racing, exhibitors, prize raffles, product sampling, music, and food. It's the final stop in the Mountain States Cup Championship Series and a chance to see the Regional Champions crowned in Cross Country and Gravity Disciplines.

Sept. 3-5
River Run Tent Sale
River Run

2005 Recurring Activities

Tuesdays
Kids' Discovery Days
The Pavilion at Keystone
Tuesdays, July 5-Aug. 23
11 a.m. — 1 p.m.
This free event is popular with kids of all ages and their parents. Every Tuesday kids gather in the Pavilion for wacky entertainment, engaging educational programs, mural painting and other adventures followed by a free pizza lunch for kids ($1 pizza slices for the parents).

Wednesdays
S'more Stories
River Run Village
Wednesdays, July 6-Aug. 24
6-8 p.m.
Gather around the firepit for the story of the week and marshmallow treats. Free event.

Thursdays
Theatre at the Pavilion — 'The Complete History of America'
The Pavilion at Keystone
Thursdays, July 7-July 28
7-9 p.m.
$15 general admission
"The Complete History of America", Abridged by Adam Long, Reed Martin, and Austin Tichoner
This hilariously clever production starring the Lake Dillon Theatre Company offers a loony and delightful summary of our Nation's past 500 years, from Columbus to Clinton.

Fridays
Children's Theatre — 'A Year with Frog and Toad'
The Pavilion at Keystone/Quaking Aspen Amphitheatre
Fridays
11 a.m. — noon
$3 general admission (at the door)
Performed by the Lake Dillon Theatre Company, this funny and fast-paced musical captures the adventures of Arnold Lobel's classic children's books about friendship. Don't miss this exciting, family-friendly production. Call (970) 496-4613 for more information.

Saturdays
Frontier Fair & Market
River Run Village
Saturdays, July 2, 16, 23, August 6, 20
11 a.m — 3 p.m.
Train Rides, Bounce Houses, a Mountain Miner Petting Area, Caricatures, Performers, Face Painters, Balloon Artists and more. River Run transforms into a bustling fair (that's free) complete with an open-air market of fruit and flowers.

Dates, times, and locations for events are subject to change. Childcare is available at The Keystone Children's Center. Pets are prohibited at all events.

wwge at major showrooms in Atlantic City, Las Vegas and other clubs/resorts in the U.S. and in Europe. She's also appeared on "Baywatch, performed in "Big Break hosted by Natalie Cole, as well as many well-known musicals and music videos.

Aug. 27-28
8th Annual Wine, Jazz, and Art Festival
River Run
Noon-5 p.m.
Enjoy a weekend of rhythmic melodies, exquisite art and fine wines at Keystone's Wine, Jazz and Art Festival. The sophisticated affair showcases more than 300 award-winning wines from around the world. Wine seminars accompanied by works of art and polished jazz ensembles complete two days of festivities.

Sept. 3
17th Annual Taste of Keystone
Lakeside Village
11 a.m. — 3 p.m.
The Taste of Keystone is a perfect way for guests to experience Keystone's restaurants (the Alpenglow Stube, Ski Tip, Keystone Ranch and Champeaux) while supporting Summit County's Mountain Mentors. Top it all off with yummy chocolate treats from the Keystone Pastry Shop. Live music will be paired with the delectable treats. Restaurant samples will range between one and five taste tickets sold at $1 each.

Sept. 3
Lannie Garret & her Errand Boys of Rhythm Swing Quintet
The Pavilion at Keystone
4-6 p.m.
$5 general admission (at the door)
A favorite with Colorado crowds, Lannie Garrett, injects her own magic into the time-honored genre of Swing. Call (970) 496-4613 for more information.

Sept. 3-5
Keystone Climax Mountain States Cup Bike Finals
8 a.m. — 6 p.m.
The Keystone Climax is a weekend of championship bike racing, exhibitors, prize raffles, product sampling, music, and food. It's the final stop in the Mountain States Cup Championship Series and a chance to see the Regional Champions crowned in Cross Country and Gravity Disciplines.

Sept. 3-5
River Run Tent Sale
River Run

2005 Recurring Activities

Tuesdays
Kids' Discovery Days
The Pavilion at Keystone
Tuesdays, July 5-Aug. 23
11 a.m. — 1 p.m.
This free event is popular with kids of all ages and their parents. Every Tuesday kids gather in the Pavilion for wacky entertainment, engaging educational programs, mural painting and other adventures followed by a free pizza lunch for kids ($1 pizza slices for the parents).

Wednesdays
S'more Stories
River Run Village
Wednesdays, July 6-Aug. 24
6-8 p.m.
Gather around the firepit for the story of the week and marshmallow treats. Free event.

Thursdays
Theatre at the Pavilion — 'The Complete History of America'
The Pavilion at Keystone
Thursdays, July 7-July 28
7-9 p.m.
$15 general admission
"The Complete History of America", Abridged by Adam Long, Reed Martin, and Austin Tichoner
This hilariously clever production starring the Lake Dillon Theatre Company offers a loony and delightful summary of our Nation's past 500 years, from Columbus to Clinton.

Fridays
Children's Theatre — 'A Year with Frog and Toad'
The Pavilion at Keystone/Quaking Aspen Amphitheatre
Fridays
11 a.m. — noon
$3 general admission (at the door)
Performed by the Lake Dillon Theatre Company, this funny and fast-paced musical captures the adventures of Arnold Lobel's classic children's books about friendship. Don't miss this exciting, family-friendly production. Call (970) 496-4613 for more information.

Saturdays
Frontier Fair & Market
River Run Village
Saturdays, July 2, 16, 23, August 6, 20
11 a.m — 3 p.m.
Train Rides, Bounce Houses, a Mountain Miner Petting Area, Caricatures, Performers, Face Painters, Balloon Artists and more. River Run transforms into a bustling fair (that's free) complete with an open-air market of fruit and flowers.

Dates, times, and locations for events are subject to change. Childcare is available at The Keystone Children's Center. Pets are prohibited at all events.

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