What's Going On This Week
This week is filled with great music that you won’t want to miss. Along with these one-of-a-kind acts, be sure to head out on the mountain and enjoy the recently-opened terrain-Polar Queen on Lift 5 and Butterfly off Lift 4. Looking towards the future, there is a storm forecasted for the weekend so think snow! Take a closer look at this week’s featured events below.
Trout Steak Revival Live: Back by popular demand after last winter's sold-out show, Trout Steak Revival is back! Tickets are $25 GA on the floor and $35 reserved seats in the balcony. A $4 ticketing fee applies at all sales outlets.
International Women’s Ski Day: Bootdoctors, Telluride Ski Resort, K2 & SheJumps invite you to the 5th Annual International Women’s Ski & Snowboard Day on Saturday, January 20th. Women from all around the world are invited to get together to celebrate skiing and snowboarding and the power of female camaraderie by having fun on and off the mountain! Meet at 9 am at BootDoctors in Mountain Village. Skiers and Snowboarders of all abilities are enthusiastically included in this day of snow sliding fun, raffle for awesome prizes and general frivolity!
Victor Wooten Trio Live: Five-time Grammy award-winning bass player, producer, composer, author and educator Victor Wooten plays the historic Sheridan Opera House Sunday, Jan. 21 with legendary drummer Dennis Chambers and renowned saxophonist Bob Franceschini. Tickets are $40 GA on the floor and $55 reserved seats in the balcony.
Leftover Salmon Live: Leftover Salmon has been making music for a quarter century, and their unique blend of almost every genre of music — bluegrass, rock, zydeco, folk, soul, jazz, blues — becomes even more seamless over time. They play flawless sets that shake up an audience and move a crowd to its feet to dance. Tickets are $35 GA and $50 for reserved seating in the balcony.
For all events from 1/19-1/25, check out this week’s Peak Sheet.