The Boulder International Fringe Festival
If you like you Shakespeare with a side of 90s-inspired grunge, then you’ll want to check out Nirvamlet by the Band of Toughs at the Boulder International Fringe Festival. The 90-minute play combines 90s grunge music with a re-telling of Shakespeare’s Hamlet. The play opens tonight, August 17th,, with a two-for-one ticket special. The play continues through this weekend and next at Galvanize Boulder at 1023 Walnut St. For tickets and showtimes visit BandOfToughs.org. For more details about what’s playing at the Boulder International Fringe Festival, visit BoulderFringe.com.
Velorama returns for its second year in the RiNo art district. The three-day event combines Colorado’s love for live music with all-things cycling.
Catch the start and finish of the second annual Colorado Classic pro bicycle race in a giant space behind Blake and 27th St. You can also check out a bike expo, sample bites from more than 20 food trucks and sip on some craft beer, wine or hard cider. Live music includes Modest Mouse, The Kills, Matt and Kim and Cold War Kids.
On Your Feet
And finally, get on your feet for the inspiring story of music super-couple Gloria and Emilio Estefan. From their humble beginnings in Cuba to international stardom, and later, heartbreaking tragedy, On Your Feet takes you through the Estefan’s amazing musical career. On Your Feet is showing at the Buell Theatre now through Sunday, August 19th. Get your tickets online at DenverCenter.org or call the box office at 303.893.4100.
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