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A concert for Swifties, silent disco, skating shows and musicals and the last day at the Beav’ this weekend

As the season winds down, enjoy the entertainmnet on and off the slopes in the Vail Valley

Let’s Sing Taylor

If you didn’t get tickets for Taylor Swift’s concert, you can get the next best thing: Let’s Sing Taylor — A Live Band Experience invites fans of the pop icon to come together and celebrate the music from her various albums.

This Taylor Swift tribute show has packed theaters across the nation and provides a place for Swifties to unite and sing along note for note and song for song. It may not be the real thing, but all of the camaraderie that comes along with a Taylor Swift show can be replicated here.

Pick your outfit to match your favorite Taylor Swift era, bring along the friendship bracelets and be prepared for a high energy show. Seats are $39.50 but you may not be sitting much at all during the performance. The best “seat” in the house may be the orchestra pit (tickets are $49.50) where you can sway to the music the entire time. At press time there was limited availability for tickets but check the website at or call the box office for more information at 970-845-TIXS (8497). Showtime is 7 p.m. on Friday.



Silent Disco at the Museum

The Colorado Snowsports Museum will host its 2nd Annual Silent Disco – A Night at the Museum on Saturday to benefit a new Warren Miller exhibit.
Colorado Snowsports Museum/Courtesy photo

Celebrate the end of the ski season and help the Colorado Snowsports Museum raise funds for a new exhibit showcasing the filmmaking history of Warren Miller. The museum will host Silent Disco – A Night at the Museum on Saturday from 9 p.m. to midnight for those 21 and older.

To celebrate the decades of Miller’s works, come dressed in retro gear from your favorite era. There will be a cash bar available and a photo booth to capture the action. Locals and local businesses are providing raffle prizes, so you may leave with something fun. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased at .

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Youth Events

Beauty and the Beast

The Vail Mountain School Theater Department presents Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” this weekend.
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Spring productions are in full swing at area schools and Vail Mountain School’s Theater Department is presenting Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” Thursday through Saturday at the school’s Peter Abuisi Theater at 6:30 p.m.

“We choose ‘Beauty and the Beast’ for several reasons,” said Christi Howell, director of the Vail Mountain School Theatre Department. “First, the students at Vail Mountain School expressed their passion to put on a Disney show. We decided on this particular musical due to the fact that after this year, ‘Beauty and the Beast’ will not be available for license.”

Come see characters like Belle, Beast, Gaston, Lumière and Mrs. Potts on the stage that features multiple ages of the student body at Vail Mountain School.

Tickets are now on sale and can be purchased online at with prices set at $10 for students and $15 for adults.

Skating Club of Vail’s annual Ice Show

The Skating Club of Vail presents its annual skating show called “Under the Silver Screen: A Night at the Movies on Ice” this weekend.
Skating Club Vail/Courtesy photo

The Skating Club of Vail has also been working hard on its spring production called “Under the Silver Screen: A Night at the Movies on Ice.” The club, which has been around since 1975 and provides figure skating opportunities for skaters of all levels across Eagle þȾƷƵapp, will bring out 45 skaters ages 4 to 17 for an entertaining evening on the ice at Dobson Arena.

The Skating Club of Vail has been hosting this annual performance for 25 years and is even seeing some of its alumni return as coaches who are now sharing their love for the sport with the next generation. Get your tickets for either the 6:30 p.m. performance on Saturday or the 1 p.m. show on Sunday. Prices are $25 for adults and $15 for children and can be purchased at .

TEDxVail Youth

TEDxVail Youth is returning in 2024 to Battle Mountain High School. The event will feature many different speakers, mostly high schoolers as well as performances and more.
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Hear what’s on the minds of local youth at this Sunday’s TEDxVail Youth event at Battle Mountain High School. TED talks are hosted all over the world and have been a conversation starter in the Vail Valley since 2010 and have involved area youth since 2017. The theme of this year’s TEDxVail Youth is “Think Again” and students will deliver talks ranging from surviving loss and grief, suicide prevention, resilience against disease, artificial intelligence and more.

Even though this is a youth-focused event, it is open to the public. Doors will open at Battle Mountain High School at 12:30 p.m. and the event will run from 1 to 4 p.m. Tickets are $10 for the public and free for students if you get them at in advance, otherwise tickets are $15 for adults and $5 for students at the door on Sunday.

Closing Weekend at Beaver Creek

Larkspur Express Lift sits closed for the season in Beaver Creek. The resort closed the west side from Grouse to Arrowhead a week before the whole resort closes Sunday, April 14.
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It’s hard to believe it’s already time to wrap up Beaver Creek’s 43rd season but Sunday marks the resort’s Closing Day. Arrowhead and Bachelor Gulch already closed down last Sunday, and much of the western hillside trails in Larkspur Bowl (#11), Strawberry Park (#12), The Landing lifts and the Westin Gondola (#7) have closed for the season as well. In addition to Haymeadow Gondola (#1) and Centennial Express (# 6) You can still take laps in Rose Bowl, enjoy the upper green runs off of Cinch Express (#8) and Red Buffalo (#5) and take in the steeps off of Birds of Prey Express (#9) and grab a bite to eat at Talons Restaurant. Spruce Saddle will be open as well as the Ice Cream Parlour.

Remember that during the springtime the conditions can change daily. Temperatures, new snow and visibility all play a role. If we get those really warm days, the snow may become slushy and “grippy” so wait for it to soften up a bit before you head out and end early if the slush becomes too much to handle. You can always download on Gondola One (#1) or the Eagle Bahn Gondola (#19). Make sure your equipment is tuned up and have a good spring wax on the bases of your skis and snowboards. Summer is just around the corner, so stay healthy for it!


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