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This Week in the Butte August 7 2018

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This Week in the Butte August 7 2018

This Week in the Butte August 7 2018

August is upon us and there is still plenty of time to enjoy all of the amazing summer events that are sure to bring smiles and adventure to the entire family.  

Twilight Lift Hours | August 8 & 10 @ 4:30 pm 
Twilight Hours are a great time to be exploring the resort. With unlimited chairlift rides on the Red Lady for just $9 from 4:30 - 7 pm every Wednesday and Friday! 

Live! From Mt. CB Featuring Con Brio | August 8 @ 5:30 pm 
Live! From Mt. CB is Crested Butte Mountain Resort's FREE Wednesday night summer concert series, in the base area. Join us for great tunes, a laid back atmosphere and the beautiful backdrop of Mt. Crested Butte in all its summer glory. 21+ guests can purchase alcoholic beverages, and there's plenty of room for kiddos to play, so bring your lawn chairs or picnic blankets gather around for mid-week music! 

Tonight's concert features Con Brio! Formed in 2013, Con Brio is the offspring of seven musicians with diverse backgrounds but a shared love for the vibrant Bay Area funk and psychedelic-soul sound pioneered by groups like Sly & the Family Stone.

Crested Butte Art Walk I August 11 @ 5 pm 
Leisurely stroll through the galleries of Crested Butte, experience the diverse artistic expressions of local artists, and be inspired by these special ArtWalk evenings.

Alpenglow Free Concert Series Featuring Lipbone Redding I August  13 @ 5:30 pm 
Alpenglow is the Center for the Art’s free outdoor concert series on Monday evenings during the summer. With Crested Butte Mountain and Paradise Divide as the backdrop, come enjoy the sounds of a variety of music. Bring along your chairs, snacks and non-alcoholic beverages.
A one-man orchestra with no electronic effects or loop pedal, Lipbone Redding uses his lips as a vibrating trombone, combining his signature sound with throat singing, bass and beat-boxing, weaving his stories with funky rhythms, catchy melodies, brash humor, soulful singing, and inventive guitar playing. From the swampy farmlands and beach towns of his rural home in coastal North Carolina, Lipbone Redding was steeped early on in the traditions of soul, boogie and blues before carving his name into the New York music scene as a subway musician and then a staple of the East Village.