Vail-Beaver Creek Weekend Agenda: Oct 11-14

Must do's this weekend: An abundance of live music (and a—cough, cough—sick day ramble to savor the fall colors of our local backcountry

By Katie Coakley October 9, 2019

Todd Snider at the Vilar, Oct 11, 7:30 pm


Plant-based Potluck

Oct. 11, 6-8 p.m., 216 Main Street (second floor above Starbucks at the Riverwalk), Edwards

Are you curious about living a plant-based life? Join Vail Valley Plant Based Living for a monthly potluck on the second Friday of each month. Bring a dish without salt, oil or sugar to share. The evening includes presentations and the sharing of recipes.


Todd Snider with Ramblin’ Jack Elliott

Oct. 11, 7:30 p.m., Vilar Performing Arts Center, Beaver Creek

Singer, songwriter, storyteller: Join Todd Snider and Ramblin’ Jack Elliott for an evening of music and tales from performers of different generations that emanate a similar soul. Todd Snider, known for his garage-band sound in Hard Working Americans (the band made up of members of Widespread Panic and the Chris Robinson Brotherhood), has returned to his folk roots with his latest album. He’ll be joined by very special guest Ramblin’ Jack Elliott who, with more than 40 albums to his credit, is considered one of America’s legendary foundations of folk music. Don’t miss this incredible evening of stories and song. (Tickets are $35).



Live Music with Matt Garth

Oct. 12, 12:30 – 2:30 p.m., The Drunken Goat, Edwards

Vail Valley local Matt Garth provides the soundtrack for a leisurely lunch or patio day at The Drunken Goat every Saturday. With a musical repertoire that ranges from Jack Johnson to The Eagles and Steve Miller and Van Morrison to Bob Marley and beyond, Garth (aka Matty G) will help you while away the afternoon.


Brothers Keeper with Bill McKay

Oct. 12, doors open at 8 p.m.; show at 10 p.m., Shakedown Bar, Vail Village

John Michel (drums/vocals) and Michael Jude (bass/vocals)—20-year veterans of the John Oates Band—join Scott Rednor (vocals/guitar) and Rob Eaton Jr. (guitar/vocals) to form Brothers Keeper, a truly world-class musical experience. Shakedown Bar’s killer sound system and pro lighting system ensure that the experience is as unforgettable as the artists that play there.


Walking Mountains Squaw Creek Fall Color Hike

Oct 14, 7 am - 4 pm; Squaw Creek, Edwards

Walking Mountains Science Center leads a guided hike to leaf peep along the Squaw Creek loop, covering 10 miles with more than 2,000 feet of elevation gain (and a guaranteed "wow!" moment at Big Park, offering a panoramic vista of the valley aglow). $80. 

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