It’s no secret that the ski season has gotten off to a slow start. And while conditions are remarkably good on the hill given the scant bases, perhaps it’s a little easier this holiday season to turn one’s attention to off-hill events and activities. As usual, Aspen’s arts and entertainment options are deep and varied, and there’s still plenty to do outside, too. Here are some of our top picks.
Summer’s been busy — so busy, that we never got around to telling you about the most anticipated events of the season. But now that the kids are back in school, and the packed calendar and frenzy of the high season has passed, we’d like to highlight some hot-ticket entertainment options before plunging into the depths of off-season. For those who are still in town or plan to come back for the year’s most glorious month, September, Aspen Times Arts Editor Andrew Travers fills us in on his top picks on the arts and culture scene — and there’s plenty to balance with this time of year’s phenomenal hiking, biking, leaf-peeping, and other late-season recreational pursuits. Here you go. Continue reading
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’Tis the season for cold nights, great skiing, and some of the best cultural events of the year in Aspen. We spoke with Andrew Travers, arts editor of The Aspen Times, to get his picks for the most highly anticipated performances of the winter season, by the nation’s biggest talents. You’ll want to buy tickets now. Continue reading
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With the two feet of snow Aspen/Snowmass received around Christmas, it may be hard to think much beyond the next day’s skiing plans. But while conditions are great on the hill, local arts and culture offerings are pretty impressive this winter as well. We asked Andrew Travers, arts and culture editor of The Aspen Times, to tell us about some of the hottest tickets of the season. Here are seven highly anticipated events worth planning for. Continue reading