Rocky Mountain Women's Film will offer the documentary "Meet the Patels" July 23-25 in the parking lot of the former Gazette building at 30 E. Pikes Peak Ave. in Colorado Springs.
Many events are being canceled due to coronavirus concerns. Here are some Colorado Springs-area online classes, local concerts, events and more for you to join.
As restrictions from COVID-19 are slowly eased some events are starting to be held in-person, following strict guidelines. However, because of the fluidity of coronovirus, before attending eve…
Award-winning playwright Idris Goodwin announced as new director of Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center
Colorado Springs author and actor Mara Purl writes the award-winning series of Milford-Haven books. They were sparked by her time acting on the California coast and her time starring on the so…
Colorado Springs woman starts chapter of New York-based Resistance Revival Chorus, which sings protest songs as a tribute to the historical importance of music in the protest movement.
Hillside Gardens & Event Center has reinvigorated its Summer Concert Series. Shows are 6 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesdays. With more than 4 acres of land, the gardens received a variance that allow…
Country star Blake Shelton, pop star Gwen Stefani and country singer Trace Adkins will kick-off the new Encore Drive-In Nights series coming to drive-in and outdoor theaters across the country…
Spinphony, a classical rock mashup band of four women and their stringed instruments, will be the first live show at Stargazers Theatre and Event Center since March.
Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum will reopen Thursday.
Stargazers Theatre will host two concerts at Rocky Mountain Vibes' UCHealth Park July 17 and 18.
Star-crossed lovers Marianne and Connell clearly belong together in Hulu's new series "Normal People," but they can't seem to get it together.
Award-winning playwright and poet Idris Goodwin releases five free plays aimed at starting conversations with young people about racism.
Jasmine Dillavou is a Colorado Springs mixed-media and performance artist whose work explores her Puerto Rican roots.
The 4th of July will look a little different in 2020 in Colorado Springs and around Colorado. However, there will still be fireworks and parades held, but most will be virtual and not in-perso…
Sunshine Studios Live co-owner Christina Corbitt brings about 200 shows to Colorado Springs every year. When she's not doing that, she's a recording engineer, actress and occasional fill-in drummer.
Ten nonprofit arts organizations in El Paso and Fremont counties received almost $60,000 in COVID-19 relief funding from Colorado Creative Industries.
Museums in Colorado Springs are slowly opening with coronavirus protocols in place.
Here are some concerts you can livestream this weekend.
The Rocky Mountain Vibes will host Triple Play Holiday at UCHealth Park featuring back-to-back movies and a fireworks show on July 3.
Jazz in the Garden will be broadcast live on Jazz 93.5 FM.
Chamber Orchestra of the Springs receives a $10,000 grant from National Endowment for the Arts.
Colorado Springs author Kelly McWilliams recently released a young adult novel about a teenager who lives in a cult, but must escape to the outside world where a viral pandemic is killing off …
Good Company Restaurant and Bar in Colorado Springs will once again invite patrons to another free drive-in at 8:30 p.m. June 26.
Ten musicians from around the country will perform two concerts for the Colorado College's Summer Music Festival, which was canceled earlier this year due to the pandemic. Only five musicians …
Cody Oldham is a 16-year-old professional wildlife and landscape artist who lives near Woodland Park.
Theatre Across Borders has created a new opportunity for families that combines live theater with a short hike. "Magic of the Marsh" will premiere July 11 at Fountain Creek Nature Center.
The Colorado State Fair Board of Authority voted Tuesday to modify the popular 11-day festival to be held Aug. 28-Sept. 7 at the Colorado State Fairgrounds in Pueblo.
Tom Shepard, founder and director of the local Youth Documentary Academy, has a new film, "Unsettled," that will air on the PBS series "Doc World" at 8 p.m. June 28.
There’s nothing quite as nostalgic as a drive-in theater. Throwing around a Frisbee while waiting for the sun to go down, turning the back of a station wagon or truck into a makeshift sofa and…
The free Colorado Springs Philharmonic Interludes feature Maestro Josep Caballé-Domenech and musicians in discussions, living room performances and more.
World renowned Christo died last month, but his works will live on in memories and stories, even as there is nothing physical to revisit or honor.
The annual Art on the Streets, a blocks-long sculpture garden downtown, will feature a dozen pieces this year.
First Friday will offer another Virtual First Friday Challenge, as well as a third gallery opening to the public.
Foster Romano, a 16-year-old who's on the autism spectrum, is the youngest artist to be accepted into Art on the Streets.
Green Box Arts Festival will feature two art installations and five virtual conversations between festival co-founders and artists and musicians in this year's version of the usually 10-day event.
Almost all theater and music stages in the Pikes Peak region will stay dark dark throughout the summer, if not much longer.
Butte Theater and Thin Air Theatre Company announced the summer season has been postponed. The company hopes to be back on stage in September.
The baseball organization's inaugural drive-in movie night on its UCHealth Park field was so successful last Friday that it's doing a second one at 7:30 p.m. Friday. Up at bat: the 1992 comedy…
John Carreyrou's "Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup" is the true story of Elizabeth Holmes and Theranos.
Musician Papi Sorrels has done 24-hour shows to earn donations for struggling restaurants and bars. His next 24-hour show is Saturday at The Chicken Coop in Black Forest.
People on the reality TV series "Married at First Sight" get paired up by relationship experts and married.
Woodland Park resident Michelle Evans will appear on "The Price is Right" on Monday.
It took three minutes on Wednesday for the Rocky Mountain Vibes to sell out its upcoming drive-in movie screening of "Back to the Future."
With its baseball games on hold, the Rocky Mountain Vibes will turn the giant video board inside UCHealth Park into a drive-in movie screen.