Today’s top five things to do in Summit County |

Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

Random Rab is the musical brainchild of producer, instrumentalist and singer Rab Clinton. With over 10 full length albums, a highly dedicated fanbase and countless shows across the world, he fills a truly unique niche in the electronic music scene. His live sets commonly include a mixture of live instrumentation, musical electronic production, live vocals and video projection. Random Rab will be performing this Thursday, March 30 at the Barkley Ballroom in Frisco at 9 p.m. Tickets are $10-15. For more information visit
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Yoga: The Story of Ganesh

Breckenridge, March 26

1:30 p.m., Old Masonic Hall, 136 S. Main St. Workshop explores the story of Hindu god Ganesh and includes storytelling, mudra, visualization, journaling and chanting. 970 453-3364.

Leon Littlebird

Silverthorne, March 26

3:30 p.m., Sauce on the Blue, 358 Blue River Parkway #H. A prolific songwriter and performer, Leon’s unique style tells tales of Colorado and the people of the west.

“School Of Rock”

Breckenridge, March 26

7 p.m.(March 24 & March 25), 6 p.m. (March 26), The Backstage Theatre, 121 Ridge St. With a new score from Andrew Lloyd Webber, School of Rock follows slacker Dewey Finn as he turns a class of straight-A students into an all-conquering rock band.

Michael Finkel: ‘Stranger in the Woods’

Breckenridge, March 26

7 p.m., CMC Breckenridge, 107 Denison Placer Road. Michael Finkel has written for National Geographic, Rolling Stone, The New York Times Magazine, Vanity Fair and more. He has also writetn multiple books, including The Stranger in the Woods, which he will be speaking about.

Electron, American Babies

Frisco, March 26

9 p.m., The Barkley Ballroom, 610 Main St. A jamband super-group comprised of members of the Disco Biscuits, Lotus, JRAD and American Babies. Tickets are $20-25.

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