Arts & Entertainment
Kenny G is bringing his smooth saxophone skills and curly head of hair to Colorado Springs.
The Fine Arts Center Theatre Company at Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College announced its 2021-2022 theater season. Topping the list are the Tony Award-winning musical “La Cage aux Folles," and "By the Way, Meet Vera Stark," by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Lynn Nottage. The season returns to the indoor stage in September.
Dierks Bentley's Seven Peaks Music Festival returns to Colorado in September.
Phil Duhon has revived Oscar’s Oyster Bar in downtown Colorado Springs. The familiar eatery, formerly called Oscar's on Tejon, is now at a new…
Lots of people walk right by it. But when someone notices it — that there’s something special about this tree stump — they’re known to stop in…
White Pie offering brunch on weekends, Cocktail and brewery tours, Brother Luck Chocolate Factory dinner, Supansa Banker Colorado dinner, and Tails and Tunes at the zoo.
New beer garden opens downtown, Project Angel Heart offers culinary training fellowship, and Oscar's Oyster Bar is open.
Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College will open the new exhibit, "Ansel Adams: Masterworks," featuring 48 of his photos from the portfolio, "Museum Set." The collection includes his famous landscapes from across the country, portraits and architectural and cultural sites.
In "U OK?, the new exhibit by University of Colorado at Colorado Springs' Galleries of Contemporary Art (GOCA), seven Colorado Springs and Denver artists use a wide range of media to express how they felt about living through the pandemic. The show opens during First Friday Downtown with a free reception from 5-8 p.m.
You might not think of Colorado as Hollywood East, but a surprising number of movies have been filmed in the Centennial State.
In Pikes Peak Library District's new "Summer Adventure" program kids up to 18 can register and win prizes by reading and participating in free activities.
When the pandemic closed her salon, April Lavely-Robinson took that as a sign to dive into a career as an artist.
The Western Street Breakfast returns after being canceled in 2020, the first time it wasn't held since 1936.
The Beards, Bonnets and Brews Festival will celebrate Colorado Springs' 150th anniversary. The daylong event at Rock Ledge Ranch Historic Site will feature live music, food trucks, old-fashioned games and activities, vintage baseball games and contests.
Like a number of other major Colorado events, SeriesFest was forced to get creative in 2020.
This new film, which at times can feel like a modern day “West Side Story,” is fantastic experience.
Motorcycle Supercross, Comic & Toy Con, donkeys, pipe organs, sesquicentennial and more this weekend.
If you're in the business of liking heartbreak songs, then it's been a good year for that so far.
Colorado Springs Comic and Toy Con, the city’s longest-running local con, returns for its 17th cycle Saturday, June 12.
Tyler Hubbard, left, and Brian Kelley of country duo Florida Georgia Line are the latest to appear in concert in the Encore Drive-In Nights series. It's June 12 at four Colorado drive-ins. Tickets are on sale now.
Comedian Mae Martin's show "Feel Good" isn't just for laughs. It tackles not-so-light issues like gender identity, sexual orientation, addicti…
Tom Hiddleston and Owen Wilson make for a winning pair in "Loki."
Inside a shop in Old Colorado City, you'll find an overflowing mix of homemade and eccentric items, along with art being made on the spot by owner Kit Hutchinson.
Olympian Hunter Kemper will host “Becoming Your Personal Best: Life Lessons from Olympians and Paralympians," a nine-part series by the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum. The series will debut at 9:30 a.m. Sunday and run weekly through Aug. 1.
Bestselling memoirist and novelist Anne Lamott will speak at Denver's Paramount Theatre Oct. 8.