Summit County arts & entertainment: ‘Savor the Slopes’ returns to Keystone for month of February |

Summit County arts & entertainment: ‘Savor the Slopes’ returns to Keystone for month of February

Compiled by Krista Driscoll
'Savor the Slopes' returns to Keystone Resort for a second year, featuring a month-long rotating showcase of the resort’s signature and highly awarded restaurants, including the Alpenglow Stube, pictured here.
Jack Affleck / Keystone Resort |

“Savor the Slopes” returns to Keystone Resort for a second year, featuring a month-long rotating showcase of the resort’s signature and highly awarded restaurants. Each night, throughout the month of February, guests will enjoy an evening event highlighting a range of culinary delights, wine pairings, cocktail tastings and frothy beers.

Savor the Slopes offers serious foodies and casual attendees alike the chance to experience the resort’s array of culinary offerings in a relaxed, affordable setting. Whether hosted by the historical Keystone Ranch or the mountaintop Alpenglow Stube, Keystone’s fine dining is among the best in the industry, featuring three AAA Four-Diamond rated restaurants.

For a more informal dining experience, guests can refuel in a number of bistros, bars and tap houses across the resort, which serve up cold brews and signature cocktails, as well as unique and authentic Colorado cuisine. All of Keystone’s dining outlets afford guests a casual mountain atmosphere and wide-ranging menu options delivered by the resort’s expert culinary staff.

Weekly themes will showcase the best of food from Saturday, Feb. 1, through Sunday, Feb. 9; wine Saturday, Feb. 10, through Sunday, Feb. 16; spirits Saturday, Feb. 17, through Sunday, Feb. 23; and beer Saturday, Feb. 24, through Sunday, Feb. 28. All tastings begin promptly at 4:30 p.m. and cost a $25 per event. A complete schedule of events including nightly venues and topics is available at

Free panel discussion about theater technology

The public is invited to a free panel discussion and question-and-answer session focused on developing trends of embracing new theatrical works and theater in technology. The discussion takes place at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 1, at the Lake Dillon Theatre, and panelists will include El Armstrong, a Colorado-based video and sound designer-director; and a representative from the Buntport Theatre of Denver.

“Theatrical arts, as in any other field, develop regularly and relate directly to the needs of a community,” said Tim Pare, Lake Dillon Theatre Company director of education. “It is important to maintain a relevancy not only within your community, but with the community at large. Our Panel Discussion series allows us to share our efforts to accomplish this mission and to allow our supporters to inspire us to stay current.”

Adult arts education is a valued component of the Lake Dillon Theatre Company mission.

“The panel discussions allow us to invite directors, playwrights, actors, designers, educators, administrators and critics from around the state to Dillon to engage in discussions about theater and the performing arts with members of our community,” said Josh Blanchard, executive director of the theatre company. “The diverse perspectives and experiences among panelists offer our patrons and us staff new and exciting insights beyond the work we are doing at the LDTC.”

The discussion is free, and tickets or reservations are not necessary. The discussion will be held at the theater at 176 Lake Dillon Drive, and doors will open at 10:30 a.m. For more information, visit or call (970) 513-9386.

Local companies offer Super Bowl deals

If your plan for Super Bowl Sunday is to host your own party, have a relaxing stay-cation or take advantage of the shorter lift lines on the slopes, then Summit County businesses have you covered.

Members of Einstein Bagels’ e-club received an email coupon for $3 off a Bagel Box. Bagels are an alternative to buns for burgers, barbecue chicken or even pulled-pork sandwiches in your Super Bowl spread. Visit for more information.

After watching the game or a day on the slopes, stay in Keystone for full price on Saturday, and get Sunday night for $48, in honor of Super Bowl XLVIII. Call (877) 250-7750 and mention “Super Bowl 48” or visit for all the details.

Christy Sports is offering a free edge and wax to any customer who posts of photo of him or herself on Facebook wearing Broncos gear. The customer must show proof of the posting in person at any Christy Sports location to receive the edge and wax. Visit for more information and store locations.

Sam Holt Band at Barkley Ballroom in Frisco

The Barkley Ballroom welcomes the Sam Holt Band with Walsher Clemons for a free show on Saturday, Feb. 1. Sam Holt is well known for his on stage appearances with Widespread Panic and his national touring band, Outformation, but the Sam Holt Band formed in late 2011 after Holt relocated to Colorado.

The band has shared the stage with Shooter Jennings, Keller Williams, 7 Walkers, New Mastersounds, North Mississippi Allstars, Jason Isbell and Jerry Joseph.

Doors open at 9 p.m., and there’s no cover. Visit for more information.

Local singer-songwriter performs in Breckenridge

On Saturday, Feb. 1, Josh Galvin will be performing at the Tenmile Station Restaurant Starlight Dinner, which delivers diners via sleigh to a gourmet dinner under the stars at the Tenmile Station on Peak 9 at the Breckenridge Ski Resort. Galvin is an acoustic guitar player, singer-songwriter and recording artist from Breckenridge who plays original songs and eclectic covers.

Galvin will play from 6 to 9 p.m. Visit for more information.

Original rock at Breckenridge’s three20south

The Revivalists and Musketeer Gripweed will take the stage at three20south in Breckenridge on Wednesday, Feb. 5.

The Revivalists focus on letting each of their songs take shape on their own, regardless of what they have written in the past or are expected to write in the future. The band combines traditional rock elements with horns and steel guitar, all while expressing each member’s individuality and while staying true to the band’s New Orleans roots.

Doors open at 9 p.m., and tickets are $12 in advance or $14 at the door. For more information, visit

Hard-driving bluegrass in Frisco

Trout Steak Revival will play The Barkley Ballroom in Frisco on Wednesday, Feb. 5.

From beginnings as an informal jamming unit during treks through the peaks of the Front Range, Trout Steak Revival has evolved into one of Colorado’s most tightly knit, hard-driving bluegrass bands. Their brand of heartfelt songwriting blends dynamic musicianship with intricately woven harmonies, all tied together with the unmistakable sound of their years of friendship.

The free show starts at 9 p.m. Visit for more information.

Salem at the Gold Pan in Breckenridge

Salem will play the Gold Pan Saloon in Breckenridge on Thursday, Feb. 6, as the official house band of Voile Manufacturing. Salem shows combine songwriter Todd Anders Johnson’s original blend of hip-hop, jazz and neo-soul with the Voile backcountry ski culture, promoting “good vibes, great powder and Voile skis, split-boards, bindings and avalanche safety equipment,” the company said. And each stop comes with a chance to win some gear.

Visit for more information.

Spring Concert Series returns to Canyons

The free Spring Concert Series at Canyons Resort in Park City, Utah, is back for another season. Take your Epic Pass on a road trip on Saturdays and select Sundays, beginning Saturday, March 1, and ending Sunday, April 13, for free live music in the Resort Village.

The concert series begins Saturday, March 1, with Sensations for Soul, a Utah Motown, funk and soul band playing old-school classics from the Temptations to James Brown and Aretha Franklin to the Jackson 5. The band has been bringing a flavor of soul to Utah since 1987 and they know how to get a crowd going, with tight harmonies, choreographed dancing and on-stage chemistry. All concerts are free and begin at 3 p.m.

Visit for more information and a complete concert lineup.

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