Denver is a world-class city, when it comes to the arts and so much more. And, fortunately, the city makes the theater affordable for all. Among the Denver Center for Performing Arts’ discount programs, the most popular is its DCPAccess — with tickets just $10 each. To review the 2019-20 Denver Center Theatre Company season, click here. Tickets go on sale Tuesday, August 20 at noon for “Indecent.” [Read more…] about DCPA’s $10 Show Tickets – “Indecent” On Sale Tuesday
The Metropolitan Choral Festival’s 2019 concert will present Antonin Dvorak’s Requiem for chorus, soloists and orchestra on Saturday, August 24 at Bethany Lutheran Church at 7:30 p.m. Dvorak is best known for his New World Symphony and Slavonic Dances. Less known, but equally beautiful, is his Requiem. [Read more…] about Free Performance Of Dvorak’s ‘Requiem’
When there is an assassination attempt on U.S. President Allan Trumbull (Morgan Freeman), his trusted confidant, Secret Service Agent Mike Banning (Gerard Butler), is wrongfully accused and taken into custody in the new film Angel Has Fallen. After escaping from capture, he becomes a man on the run and must evade his own agency and outsmart the FBI in order to find the real threat to the President. [Read more…] about Movie Preview – ‘Angel Has Fallen’
Saving money at the box office can be as tricky as the latest suspense thriller…or full of laughs like a comedy. However, we found several ways you can be a superstar saver at Regal Cinemas. Even those who must see a film on opening weekend can save a few bucks. The key is to plan ahead and be flexible. Never pay full-price at the box office or concession stand, unless you absolutely must. Lights! Camera! Discounts! [Read more…] about 9 Superstar Ways to Save at Regal Cinemas
Hear the traditional Middle Eastern music of the multi-string oud (at left), the beautiful drum called the darbouka and the distinctive vocals of the region in a series of free and affordable performances in Denver and Boulder. The Boulder-Nablus Sister City Project presents the Music of Palestine at the following performances: [Read more…] about Free & Cheap Middle Eastern Music in Denver & Boulder
The lottery is open for next week’s performances from August 13 to 18. Deadline to enter is Monday, August 12 by 10 a.m. From the Tony Award-winning creators of the Broadway classic Ragtime, Anastasia transports the audience from the twilight of the Russian Empire to the euphoria of Paris in the 1920s, as a brave young woman sets out to discover the mystery of her past. Pursued by a ruthless Soviet officer determined to silence her, Anya enlists the aid of a dashing conman and a lovable ex-aristocrat. [Read more…] about $25 Tickets To “Anastasia” Via Weekly Digital Lottery
Get two Summer Activity Passes to Copper Mountain for just $79 for all ages (i.e., no kid’s discount). Buy at the mountain or online.
Each pass is good for: 1 day of unlimited access to scenic chairlift rides and bike hauls ♦ 1 Quad Power Jump ♦ 1 ride on the Zip Line ♦ 1 pass through the Woodward WreckTangle ♦ 1 ride on the Rocky Mountain Coaster ♦ 1 Go-Kart session ♣ Unlimited access to lake activities ♦ Unlimited access to the climbing wall. Note that the WreckTangle, a Ninja-inspired obstacle course, is not available to the public on August 10 due to a competition.
Open daily through September. Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday to Friday (scenic chairlift rides until 4 p.m.); 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Saturday. Copper Mountain is directly off I-70’s Exit 195. Summer weekend traffic can be problematic, but weekdays are a breeze.
With the end of MoviePass, Regal Cinemas is now jumping into the movie subscription game. Frugal film fanatics can join its new Regal Unlimited program for blockbuster savings. With the annual movie subscription pass, you can watch as many movies as you want, as many times as you want. Even better, whenever you want, wherever you want. Plus, get advance tickets as soon as they go on sale, enjoy 10% off all food and non-alcoholic beverages at the concession stand. Plus, enjoy all the benefits of the Regal Crown Club. [Read more…] about Regal Cinemas Launches Movie Subscription Pass — Starts at $18/Month
The offer is now only open to Regal Crown Club members. Like blockbusters, but on a budget? If so, make Tuesday your “movie day.” This “reel deal” is available at just one Regal Cinemas location — Meadows Stadium 12 (9355 Park Meadows Dr.) in Littleton.
Every Tuesday, the theater offers the chain’s Value Days promo. Unfortunately, it’s the only Regal Cinemas theater in Colorado to do so. (Holidays are excluded.) [Read more…] about Regal: $7 Tickets Every Tuesday at Meadows 12 + 50% Off Popcorn
Though some outdoor summer movie series are wrapping up, the City of Golden is just getting started with its FREE Movies & Music In The Park series at Parfet Park (10th St. & Washington Ave.)
Each Friday night in August enjoy music and a family-friendly movie. The band takes the stage at 7 p.m. and the featured film, shown on a giant inflatable screen, starts at dusk — around 8:30 p.m.
[Read more…] about Golden’s Movies & Music in the Park in August
The summer movie series just keep flickering in the moonlight. If you live or nearby Englewood, you have another option this summer to pack a picnic, grab a blanket (or chairs) and enjoy a fun night under the stars with friends and family. For Englewood’s Movies in the Park, the fun gets started at 7 p.m. with food trucks and family-friendly games. (Each night has a fun theme for a complete experience.) Then, settle in for a popular film from the past at dusk — around 8:30 p.m. [Read more…] about Englewood’s Movies in the Park
Going to the movies is just a given in the summer for families looking for blockbuster fun, especially in an air-conditioned theater or, better yet, under a beautiful Colorado evening sky. The number of summer film series keeps growing and it can be a challenge to keep track of them all. The following round-up of flicks being screened, indoors and outdoors, should be helpful for friends and families planning summertime activities. [Read more…] about 38 Places For Free & Cheap Movies This Summer
If you love drive-in theaters (and who doesn’t?), get revved up for the Denver Mart Drive-In at 451 E. 58th Ave. in Denver — now, in its fifth year!
Featuring first run films, on the largest screen in the region, the drive-in theater incorporates a digital projection system, with FM transmissions, to provide the ultimate viewing experience in the comfort of your own car.
Conveniently located in an urban setting, the drive-in has room for nearly 300 vehicles. For a map of the location, scroll down to the end of the post. [Read more…] about Denver Mart Drive-In: Double-Feature For $10
Movies, mountains and a Colorado summer evening sky. It doesn’t get much better. This summer movie series may not be the most convenient for families in Denver or Boulder. However, if you’re planning a summer weekend road trip, you might make this unique experience a stop for some family fun and memories. (Steamboat Springs is about 150 miles from Denver or roughly three hours. Pack some snacks, blare your favorite tunes and you’re ready to go!) [Read more…] about Steamboat Springs’ Movies On The Mountain
Dinner and a movie are the perfect fit, whether it’s date night or hanging with friends — even more perfect under a summer evening sky. In partnership with Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, Avanti Food & Beverage hosts a FREE Summer Movie Series (just about) every Tuesday from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. for movie classics — from June 4 to August 27. (Plus, there’s a bonus screening on Thursday, July 4.) The collective eatery houses seven restaurants serving food of all kinds. Plus, there are drink specials and giveaways each week. (Admission is FREE, not the food and drinks.) With views on the bleachers of its 30-foot screen, there’s a seat for everyone. [Read more…] about Avanti Food & Beverage Hosts Summer Movie Series