Boulder Weekend Events
Saturday, August 1st
Don’t miss your chance before summer’s end to foray into some locally grown and harvested produce at the Boulder Farmer’s Market.
There will be traditionally grown fruit and vegetables, as well as those officially certified organic. Fruits from the Western Slope will be available for sale, as well as unusual and hard-to-find items.
Location: Boulder Farmer’s Market, Downtown Boulder.
Drop your dinner ingredients off at home and head over to Central City Opera’s Man of La Mancha.
The riveting story of Don Quixote and the Spanish Inquisition comes to live on stage, not without the various melodies responsible for making this opera so beloved.
Location: Central City Opera House, Central City.
Sunday, August 2
The great Stephen Sondheim has been immortalized through the music of some of the most well-known musicals to ever have been created. Side by Side by Sondheim encapsulates on stage the greatest contributions from Sondheim, including pieces from “West Side Story” and “GYPSY.”
Tickets are available for purchase at www.brownpapertickets.com/event/1634805 and Sunday’s performance will bring this show to a close. A chance to meet the artists behind the production will be occurring Sunday at 1:30pm preceding the show at 2:30pm, and will include appetizers and refreshments. Pre-show tickets are available for $5.
Cost: $15 for seniors and students with ID. $20 general admission
Location: The Old Gallery, Allenspark.
Esperanza Spalding will be showcasing her immense talent and creativity for Boulder residents and visitors alike this summer night. The Grammy Award-winning multi-instrumentalist will be performing and beautifully singing her own original jazz compositions.
Location: Fox Theater, Boulder.