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Things to do in Telluride This week

The sun is beating down and the river is flowing, after you spend some time outside check out a few events this week! Stop by the Madeline Hotel for an incredible magic show, Mind Blown at the Madeline, and then spend an evening enjoying your time at Club Red watching Josh Ritter & The Royal Band! Take a stroll through the first Market on the Plaza of the summer and then head over to Wagner Custom Skis for a Wagner Factory Tour. For more events, check out our events calendar for more.

Mind Blown at the Madeline: One of the hottest tickets in town, selling out frequently. This truly memorable show is available only at the Madeline Hotel. This show has VERY LIMITED tickets available, so everyone will experience the astonishing magic of Ty Gallenbeck up close. You will laugh, question reality, and be part of creating an experience you will not soon forget. 

Josh Ritter & The Royal Band: Fever Breaks, the tenth studio album from acclaimed singer and songwriter Josh Ritter, will be released April 26th. Produced by Grammy Award-winning musician Jason Isbell, the 10-song record was recorded at Nashville’s historic RCA Studio A. 

Market on the Plaza: Market on the Plaza is a vibrant local community market providing an avenue to support regional and local businesses that offer homegrown food and homemade products. Market on the Plaza is held Wednesdays in mid-summer from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Heritage Plaza, the center of Mountain Village. Throughout the summer, join us for kids activities, cooking demonstrations and live music.

Wagner Factory Tours: Each year, some of the world’s best skis are handcrafted in the heart of Mountain Village. Wagner Custom Skis hosts weekly factory tours, allowing you to learn more about their state-of-the-art process. Every Wednesday this summer at 4 p.m. take a look inside Wagner Skis.

For more events from May June 14-21  check out the Peak Sheet.



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