Garfield County and Roaring Fork Valley weekend planner |

Garfield County and Roaring Fork Valley weekend planner

Photo from the 38th annual Valley Visual Art Show.
Carbondale Arts

39th Annual Valley Visual Art Show

6 p.m., Friday — The R2 Gallery will be hosting the opening of the annual Valley Visual Art Show. Presented by Carbondale Arts, the show is a celebration of the artists of the Roaring Fork Valley.

The Launchpad, 76 S. Fourth St., Carbondale | Free | 970-963-1680

Live Music: John Hatanaka

6 p.m., Friday — John Hatanaka performs original renditions of classic songs, Friday at Kanpai Sushi & Bar.

Kanpai Sushi & Bar, 3950 Midland Ave., Glenwood Springs | Free

Live Music: LP Herd

7 p.m., Friday — Guitar duo, Larry and Patty Herd will be live at Heather’s Savory Pies in Basalt, playing jazz standards, rock and roll, blues and country.

Heather’s Savory Pies and Tapas Bar, 166 Midland Ave., Basalt | Free

DV-EDM with Kevin Joyal

9 p.m., Friday — Down Valley Electronic Dance Music (DV-EDM) artist Kevin Joyal will perform at The Temporary. Using music as a tool to shift vibrational frequencies, Joyal, a 26-year-old DJ and producer, will take patrons on a journey with “feel good world music.”

The Temporary, 360 Market St., Basalt | $10 in advance; $14 day of show

Forever Young Dance Party

7 p.m., Saturday —Join “The Mixx” for a night of dancing to a variety of popular songs.

Ute Theater, 132 E. Fourth St., Rifle | $15-$20 |


8 p.m., Saturday — MarchFourth, an acclaimed group of 20 musicians, dancers and artisans, are set to play The Temporary.

The Temporary, 360 Market St., Basalt | $22 – $29

‘A Day of Sky: A Cabaret for Climate Change’

7:30 p.m., Monday and Tuesday — Sonya Meyer presents a cabaret-style show, blending personal storytelling about her connection to Colorado’s wilderness and lineage of environmental stewardship with songs of resistance, revolution and inspiration by the Beatles, Joni Mitchell and more.

Thunder River Theatre Co., Carbondale | $25 – $140 | 970-963-8200

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