Roaring Fork area weekend planner, April 19
Dinner Theatre Spring Show
6 p.m. Friday and Saturday — The Glenwood Vaudeville Revue two-hour dinner theater show presents professional talent performing a variety of comedy skits, jokes, dance numbers, unique novelty songs and original comedic presentations.
Glenwood Vaudeville Revue, 915 Grand Ave., Glenwood Springs | $16-$25
Theatre for Young Audiences: Bluenose
6:30 p.m. Friday; 2 p.m. Saturday — TRTC’s Theatre for Young Audiences presents “Bluenose,” described as a “swashbuckling, comedic tale about culture clashes and cultural assumptions by Emil Sher.”
Thunder River Theatre Company, 67 Promenade, Carbondale | 970-963-8200 $10-$12
Live Music From Rodrigo
7 p.m. Friday and Saturday — Enjoy live music in the Polo Lounge at the historic Hotel Colorado. Rodrigo plays classic rock covers from the ’60s, ’70s, ’80s and ’90s, blues, country, R&B, jazz, gypsy and Latin American, all in an acoustic concept.
Hotel Colorado, 526 Pine St., Glenwood Springs | Free
9 p.m. Friday —Louie & the Lizards bring their rock with “zany lyrics and funky beat” to Rivers Restaurant.
Rivers Restaurant, 2525 S. Grand Ave., Glenwood Springs | Free
Glenwood Caverns Grand Opening Celebration
10 a.m. Saturday — Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park celebrates the grand opening of the new Glenwood Gondola.
Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park, 51000 Two Rivers Plaza Road, Glenwood Springs | Free ceremony at base of the Glenwood Gondola (Gondola tickets are $19 for adults and $14 for kids)
Feeding Giants play heather’s
7 p.m. Saturday — Acoustic trio Feeding Giants, comprised of Kevin Ware on guitar and vocals, Aundrea Ware on vocals and Max Tustin on cajon, bring their “smooth sweet harmonies and acoustic melodies” to Heather’s Savory Pies.
Heather’s Savory Pies and Tapas Bar, 166 Midland Ave., Basalt | 970-927-0151 | Free
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