A&E briefs: Dillon Dam Brewery installs Audio Everywhere
Breckenridge Music Festival announces poster winners
The Breckenridge Music Festival announced its winners for the Bach, Beethoven & Breckenridge poster competition. The winners are Emily Wahl with “Rhapsody in Breckenridge” and Cecelia Eidemiller with “On A Reflective Note.” The winning paintings, along with all other poster competition submissions will be displayed at Old Masonic Hall, 136 S. Main St., May 13–27 in the Upper Gallery. Old Masonic Hall is open to the public Tuesday though Saturday, noon to 5 p.m.
Vertex Music Festival in Buena Vista announces additional artists to lineup
Vertex announces an additional 11 artists to the lineup for the inaugural music and camping festival in Buena Vista, Colorado, on Aug. 5-7. Emancipator Ensemble, Buckwheat Zydeco and Dreamer’s Delight join previously announced headliners ODESZA, Alabama Shakes and the Trey Anastasio Band (two sets). Also added in the announcement are eight musical acts that call Colorado home, including The Drunken Hearts, Trout Steak Revival, Zach Heckendorf, Head For The Hills, Evanoff, The RunniKine, Mama Magnolia and Other Worlds. Tickets for Vertex are on sale now at vertexfestival.com.
New mystery lovers book club
Join the new Mystery-Lovers Book Club for its first meeting on Wednesday, June 22 at noon at the Summit County Library South Branch, 103 S. Harris St., Breckenridge. The group will choose the first mystery at this meeting. The book club will meet once a month at the Summit County South Branch/Breckenridge Library at noon.
Dillon Dam Brewery installs Audio Everywhere
The Dillon Dam Brewery installed Audio Everywhere this month, which broadcasts TV audio to Apple or Android smartphones and tablets over Wi-Fi. Customers can hear and watch what is on the 11 TVs as well as listen to any channel the Dam Brewery offers through its satellite package. Audio Everywhere is a free app to download. Want to hear the news or Saturday Night Live while having a pint? Just select it on the app, even if it isn’t on the TV. Customers can control what they want to hear.
“The reason we installed it was our customers said they would like to be able to hear the sound on the TVs — but we offer multiple channels running at any one time, so that would be impossible,” said Barb Richard, marketing manager for Dillon Dam.
The Dam Brewery is the first venue in Colorado to offer the service.
—Compiled by Heather Jarvis
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