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Vail-Beaver Creek Weekend Agenda: July 1-2

From Minturn drive-in horror flicks to Vail Farmers' Market jazz, this weekend has got a little something for everyone.

By Vail-Beaver Creek Staff June 30, 2017

If you didn't score tickets to Friday, Saturday, or Sunday's performances of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra for Bravo! Vail's summer series (and lucky you if you did!), don't fret, the first weekend of July has plenty of music and cine-magic on the agenda to make your heart sing.

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The backdrop for Minturn's drive-in movie theater.

Image: Zach Mahone

Saturday, July 1

Klone Manor

6 p.m., Vail Brewing Company, Solaris, Vail Village

Colorado acoustic duo Branden Hagen and Chris Jones will be entertaining the crowd at Vail Brewing Company's taproom in Vail Village on Friday evening, which also has one of the best decks in town to watch the sun go down.

Blue Starlite Drive-In

8:45 & 11:15 p.m., Little Beach Park, Minturn

This is the second summer that Minturn's drive-in movie theater has screened classics against the cliffs at Little Beach Park, and Friday's double header is the perfect opportunity to park it for the night and take in the experience. "Raiders of the Lost Ark" kicks things off, followed by vintage scream-fest "Freddy vs. Jason" for a late-night fright under the stars.

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Sundays at the Vail Farmers' Market & Art Show.

Image: Zach Mahone

Sunday, July 2

Vail Jazz at The Remedy

8 p.m., The Remedy at the Four Seasons, Vail Village

Tony Gulizia — known as "Tony G" to Vail Valley jazz lovers — entertains to the backdrop of the Four Seasons' cocktail space for the first "Vail Jazz at The Remedy" of the summer along with some of his jazz-minded friends from around the valley —and country. No prior musical experience is necessary to find yourself tapping along to piano man himself, and probably dancing, as the night goes on. 

Vail Jazz at The Market

Vail Farmers' Market & Art Show, Vail Village

Vail Jazz presents live music each Sunday throughout the day at the Vail Farmers' Market & Art Show, and the Max Wagner Quartet kicks off the first free concert of the series at Vail Village's Solaris. If you can't get enough of the Vail's signature fleet of vendors, plan on reserving your spot at one of the market's the farm to table dinners (starting this Friday) to start the weekend.


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