PLANNING AHEAD: Your Grand Valley calendar of upcoming events
Below are some exciting events planned for the coming days and weeks of things to do in the Grand Valley. There’s something for everyone’s taste so don’t be a shut-in, get out there and live like you won the lottery …
10/18: Underwater Dream Machine live, Cavalcade
10/18: Grand Valley Blend (concert), Two Rivers Winery
10/18-19: F-Town Gear Down Bike & Film Fest, downtown Fruita
10/19: Fall Day on the Farm, Cross Orchards
10/19: Hitched in GJ Bridal Experience, DoubleTree Hotel
10/20: Rusted Root, Mesa Theater
10/22: Darin Caine & the Hell Hound Express, KAFM Radio Room
10/25: Zombie Prom, Mesa Theater
10/25: Trick or Treat Street & Carnival, downtown Palisade
10/25: La Puerta Dance Studio Halloween Party
10/26: Creepy Canyon Cyclocross Race #2, Canyon View Park
10/26: Community Contra Dance, La Puerta Ballroom
10/26: Jared Shaw & Friends live, Cavalcade
10/26: Jack + Jill, Palisade Brewing Co.
10/26: Truck N Treat, Fruita Civic Center
10/26: Downtown Spooktacular, Main Street, GJ
10/27: Dave Mason, Moss Perf. Arts Center, Recital Hall
10/27: Comedian Jim Breuer, Mesa Theater
10/28-29: W. Colo. Chorale concert, Moss Perf. Arts Center
10/31: Zombie Apocalypse Halloween Party, CMU Ballroom
10/31: Trick or Treat Street, downtown Fruita
11/1: Kill Paradise, Mesa Theater
11/1-2: Dia de los Muertos fundraiser, Martin Mortuary
11/1-2: GJ Cowboy Poetry Gathering, Whitman Educational Center
11/1-2: “Shrek,” GJHS auditorium
11/1-2: Powderhorn Ski & Snowboard Swap, Two Rivers Conv. Center
11/2: W. Colo. Percussion Festival, Moss Perf. Arts Center
11/3: Voca People, GJHS auditorium
11/9: Trivium & DevilDriver, Mesa Theater
11/9: Rim Rock Marathon
11/13: Audio Adrenaline, Disciple, Stellar Kart & more, CMU Brownson Arena
11/13: Clutch, Mesa Theater
11/14: Twisted Strings, GJHS auditorium
11/15: Downtown GJ Tree Lighting, 4th & Main
11/16: Shwayze & The Green, Mesa Theater
11/16: Ignite Western Slope, Central library
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