Plan your month out with these Vail Valley activities
September 4, 2017
There's a lot going on this month across the valley. Here's some of the upcoming events to mark on your calendar:
Come one, come all — The Zoppe Italian Family Circus comes to Nottingham Park for three days of family fun. The circus has been around for seven generations of Zoppes, dating back 175 years. Visit http://www.ZoppeColorado.com.
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Oktoberfest in Lionshead — The village in Lionshead morphs into Munich with Bavarian-style food, dancing, bratwurst-eating contests, keg bowling and more. Visit http://www.Vail.com.
Automotive Classic returns — Back for its eighth year, the Vail Automotive Classic is three days of custom, vintage and classic cars throughout Vail Village. Visit http://www.VailAutomotiveClassic.com.
Hike to the Mic — The inaugural event at Beaver Creek brings music to the top the Centennial Express Chairlift, including Elvis Costello. There's also evening art exhibits, restaurant specials, live music, free outdoor yoga and more. Visit http://www.BeaverCreek.com.
The Colorado Grand comes to town — During the fall foliage, 85 vintage cars driven by relaxed, non-competitive drivers will be covering 1,000 miles in five days. Check them out at their stop in Vail. Visit http://www.co1000.com.
Ben Harper performs with Innocent Criminals — A one-night only concert, Ben Harper & the Innocent Criminals perform at Avon's Nottingham Park. There are both general admission and reserved seating tickets. Visit http://www.avon.org.
New event by Taste of Vail — The Fall Wine & Food Classic features wines from the Southern Hemisphere and includes more than 35 wineries, 30 guest chefs, restaurateurs and sommeliers from the valley. Visit http://www.TasteofVail.com.
Sept. 29- Oct. 8
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10 days of $20.17 — The Vail Beaver Creek Restaurant Week returns with participating restaurants across the neighboring resorts serving up menus and specials all set at $20.17. Visit http://www.DiningAtAltitude.com.
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