A&E At a Glance
VAIL – Kid Rock and his Twisted Brown Trucker Band headline the weekend’s Spring Back to Vail event. The outdoor concert venue is located next to the Ford Park athletic fields, east of Vail Village. Gates open at 5 p.m. The show is general admission, standing room only. Day-of tickets are available at Crossroads Market in Vail or Bottle and Cork in Edwards for $40. Or purchase tickets online at http://www.kidrockvail.com, then print tickets at home and bring them with you to the show. After the concert, head over to 8150 for the Kid Rock aprés party. Colorado funk-rock band Little Hercules takes over musical duties, jamming the rest of the night away.
Aspen Shortsfest and Plum TV have announced the winners of sixth annual Local Filmmakers Showcase: Local’s Choice ($500 plus $1,500 production package from Plum TV): “Whirling Dervish,” by Bill Fisher, Carbondale Best Local Student Award ($300 plus full tuition scholarship to one Anderson Ranch teen week-long workshop in summer of 2007): “Club Jazz,” Ben Fout, Glenwood Springs
Best Local Documentary Award ($300): “Fútbol Fanatics,” Ethan Dean, Aspen Honorable mentions ($200 each): “Bairro Centro Sul,” Illene Pevec, Carbondale, and “Days of Mexico,” Daniel Saporita, Carbondale
The Glenwood Springs Community Concert Association’s annual campaign to enlist sponsors, donors, patrons and friends is underway. All revenues pay artists’ fees and administrative and technical costs. Sponsors who donate $1,000 receive 10 tickets, while donors of $500-$999 receive six tickets. Patrons who contribute $200-$499 receive four tickets, while the $100-$199 level garners two tickets. Next year’s performers include: Sept. 14 – “Bravo Broadway!,” favorite songs from musicals; Oct. 5 – Barbary Coast, Dixieland band; Feb. 19 – London Concertante, 10 strings and harpsichord; Feb. 29 – Frederic Chiu, concert pianist; April 22 – Riders in the Sky, Western music quartet.Memberships will be sold at this year’s final event, a performance by award-winning male quartet Cadence, at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 3, in the Glenwood Springs High School auditorium. New members may attend this event free by purchasing season tickets for next year. Regular memberships for five concerts are: $35/adults; $15/students; and $80/family. For further information, call Judy Huston, 945-5384, or Sue Ludtke, 945-8722. Sponsorship donations may be mailed to Community Concert Association, P.O. Box 214, Glenwood Springs, CO 81601.
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