Asian American festival, Marimba madness at Levitt, Professor Phelyx and more

Denver Zoo launches Asian American festival Saturday-Sunday. To celebrate Asian and Pacific American Heritage Month, Denver Zoo this weekend is its first Asian American and Pacific Islander Festival. The event is driven by the zoo’s partnership with the Filipino-American Community of Colorado, organizers said, and will offer multicultural dance, music, art, workshops and community engagement, … Read more

A&E Calendar: For the best in local entertainment | Local

Registration is open for Summer Studio youth art classes at the Hutchinson Center for the Arts, 15 Franklin St. SW For a list of classes and more information, visit or call 320-587-7278. “Sherman and the March to the Sea” by Jim and Joyce Hendricks is the topic at the GAR Civil War Roundtable, 1:30-3:30 … Read more

Here are the nominees for the 2021 YouTube Streamy Awards – Bella

The nominees for the 2021 YouTube Streamy Awards are here. This year’s awards ceremony will be livestreamed via the Streamys YouTube channel this December – with the exact date to be announced. Awards in 47 different categories will be given out this year to content creators, shows, and more from across the globe. This year’s … Read more

Entertainment calendar: April 29–May 5 | Entertainment

ADAM PAULSON, 4–7 pm Friday, April 29, Carboy Winery at Mt. Garfield Estate, 3572 G Road, in Palisade, music during the Carboy Winery grand opening celebration, STURTZ, 7:30–8:30 pm, Friday, April 29, Cavalcade, 201 E. Aspen Ave., Fruita, acoustic quartet from Boulder, $15, tickets at EDM: WYZE WITH ILLUMINASTI, doors 7 pm, show … Read more

Crawfish Music Festival stands to be one of the biggest ever

BILOXI, Miss. (WLOX) – It was a big last day for a monster run. When the final numbers come in, the nearly three-decade-old Crawfish Music Festival at the Mississippi Coast Coliseum stands to be one of the biggest ever. On Sunday, the musicians were jamming, the rides were twisting, and the crawfish were boiling, all … Read more

Sunset amphitheater in Colorado Springs plans to open as upscale venue in “entertainment desert”

Fifth-generation Colorado native JW Roth looks at Colorado Springs and sees an entertainment desert —specifically, a dearth of high-quality music and entertainment venues. So he’s building his own, a massive “coliseum” north of the city’s core. He’s got some authority on the region, given that his family settled here before Colorado was even a state. … Read more

Entertainment calendar: April 22–28 | Entertainment

JESSE DANIEL, 7 pm Friday, April 22, Warehouse 25Sixty-Five, 2565 American Way, $15, GOODMAN BAND, 8 pm Friday, April 22, Koko’s Tavern, 152 S. Mesa St., Fruita, day one of Koko’s 1-year anniversary party, 4:20 TOO! doors 7 pm, show 8 pm Friday, April 22, Mesa Theater, 538 Main St., with Peach Street … Read more

Sofar secret shows is an intimate way to see live music in Austin

When you sign up for one of Sofar Studios’ secret shows, there’s a surprise around every corner from buying the ticket to walking out of the venue. A musical community putting on intimate live concerts in 325 cities and counting across the world, Sofar Studios puts on shows with unannounced artists with the goal of … Read more

Monica Lowe’s Nor Cal Concert List -Updated! | 93.7 The River

iHeartMedia Concerts / Monica “Lowe-Down” List Updated 4/12/22 2022 Sat. April 16th – Y&T @ Quarry Park Ampitheater in Rocklin Friday, May 6th — Paul McCartney @ Oakland Arena Wed. May 11th – Eric Church @ Golden 1 Center Thur. May 12th – Bill Burr / 7 and 10 pm / Sacramento Memorial Auditorium SOLD … Read more

The Portland Cello Project: Strings bring ‘Purple Reign’ on tour | Arts & Theater

Brian D’Ambrosio for the Missoulian A repertoire of at least 1,000 songs is what Douglas Jenkins estimates the capacity of the Portland Cello Project. Indeed, the PCP has more irons in the fire than a steel mill. From Bach to Britney Spears, Radiohead to Prince, Nina Simone to Kanye West, Jenkins and his self-described “horde … Read more