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This weekend in Vail: Pride, yoga, live music and more

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Pride in the Park

Mountain Pride is hosting Pride in the Park for its fifth year, but before we get to the big event on Saturday, there’s a Pre-Pride Party at Two Arrows Coffee and Bar in Vail Village on Friday night starting at 8 p.m. Thanks to the support and generosity of Two Arrows, the $10 cover will be donated to Mountain Pride. Enjoy beats by DJ Casey and say hello to the weekend.

Come to Avon’s Harry A. Nottingham Park on Saturday for a day filled with fun and friendship at Pride in the Park, an event that celebrates Pride Month and marks an important time to reflect on advocacy, visibility and support of the LBGTQ+ and its allies in Eagle 久久热精品视频app and beyond.

The event has grown a lot throughout the day-long celebration. Come early for yoga with Yoga Off Broadway (bring your own yoga mat) at 12 p.m. and stay late for a musical performance with VINCINT at 6 p.m. In between, there will be a drag show at 1 p.m., a Pawshion show for your pets at 2 p.m., a variety show at 3 p.m., a drag show at 4 p.m. and the Pride Parade at 5 p.m. Agave restaurant in Avon is hosting the afterparty with DJ LIV. Doors open at 8 p.m. and entertainment starts at 9 p.m. Get your tickets in advance for $20 or buy day-of tickets for $25.



In addition to those scheduled events, there will also be face painting, rock climbing, yard games, a bouncy house, an obstacle course and a community art project.

The fun doesn’t end on Saturday. Make reservations for the Pride Drag Brunch at Vintage restaurant in Vail on Sunday. There will be three shows at 9:30, 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Brunch reservations can be made at Vintage-Vail.com for online reservations. To view a full schedule and more information, go to . Please be aware of Avon’s new paid parking by going to for more information.

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JRAD After Party at Shakedown

Shakedown Bar Vail will host an afterparty after the sold-out Joe Russo’s Almost Dead concert on Friday night.
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The Joe Russo’s Almost Dead concert at the Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater may be sold out on Friday, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still come to Vail and go to the afterparty held at Shakedown Bar on Bridge Street. Shakedown’s owner and musician Scott Rednor has a talented lineup of folks who will hit the stage and rock the rest of the night away. Look for Ross James of the Terrapin Family Band, Adrian Engfer from Pickin on the Dead, Brian Loftus and other special guests. Doors open at 9 p.m. For more information and to get tickets, go to .

SunsetLIVE!

SunsetLIVE! will feature the music of Los Mocochetes on Sunday at Nottingham Park from 6 to 8 p.m.
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The SunsetLIVE! Concert Series in Avon kicked off last weekend goes through Sept. 1. This free offering invites locals and any visitors in town to wind down on a Sunday night after a weekend full of activity. Bring a lawn chair, a blanket, a hammock or even a paddle board or boat you have to float on the surface of Nottingham Lake. The concert takes place on The Terrace, which is the backside of the Avon Performance Pavilion in the park, and it provides a fabulous vantage point to view the sunset and the band.

This week’s performance features Los Mocochetes, a Xicanix and funk band out of Denver. Get ready to dance 鈥 Los Mocochetes combines flavors of reggae, cumbia, hip-hop, and rock to add to its funk sound.

Come early and enjoy the amenities of Nottingham Lake and Park. Standup Paddle Colorado is open daily from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. for pedal boat, stand-up paddleboard and kayak rentals. Fishing from the banks of the lake is permitted from sunrise to sunset or you can fish from the dock any time before 10 a.m. or after 8 p.m. Colorado State Fishing Laws apply and fishing licenses are required. They can be purchased at many Avon retail stores. Swimming is permitted inside the rope and buoy area at the swim beach. There are also volleyball courts and grills, picnic tables and playgrounds, so make a day of it before the concert.

For more information on SunsetLIVE!, park and lake information and parking rules, visit .

Yoga in the Park

Yoga in the Park starts this Sunday at the Eagle Town Park.
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The 16th annual Yoga in the Park returns this summer. Yoga Off Broadway is hosting this event along with the town of Eagle in Eagle Town Park and invites the community to come out to enjoy the benefits of yoga in a beautiful outdoor setting. Yoga in the Park happens on the first and third Sunday of the month.

This year’s event is donation-based with proceeds benefiting The Land & Rivers Fund. A suggested donation of $15-$20 per class will enable the organizers to pay the instructors and make a meaningful contribution to the local nonprofit. The Eagle Valley Land Trust and the Eagle River Coalition both benefit from the Land & Rivers Fund and work to help educate locals and visitors on land and river conservation, protection and restoration through research and projects, as well as conservation easements.

Bring your yoga mat or a towel, or get close to nature and practice your yoga right on the grass. Register online at or sign in when you arrive for the event. A schedule and list of yoga teachers can also be found on the website.

In addition to Yoga in the Park, The Vitality Collective in Eagle is hosting its Yoga by the River at the Eagle River Park on the second and fourth Sunday of the month. This is also a donation-based class with a suggested amount of $15-$20. The proceeds will go to the High School Vitality Initiative to help fund the mindfulness program at Eagle Valley High School for the 2024-2025 school year. For more information, go to .

Ski A-Basin

Skiing and snowboarding at Arapahoe Basin is a fun way to spend the day if you are not ready to give up the winter season.
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Still longing for winter? You can still ski and snowboard at Arapahoe Basin. The ski area announced it was extending its season into June after abundant snowfall in May. The Legend is reporting a 50-inch base with 25 trails open serviced by two lifts.

A-Basin is known as having the longest ski and ride season in Colorado. While most resorts close in April, this ski area is home to the highest-elevation terrain with a summit elevation of 13,050 feet above sea level, allowing it to stay open longer. Its earliest reported opening date is Oct. 9 and its latest reported closing date is Aug. 10. To learn more about lift tickets and terrain options, go to .


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