Telluride Peak Sheet: July 14 - 20, 2023

Via Telluride Tourism Board

WHAT'S HAPPENING THIS WEEK  

We hope everyone has been able to get out and enjoy the sunshine this week - not to mention the wildflower explosion currently happening! Get outside and enjoy our backyard.

There's plenty of music to go around this week - starting with the Telluride Americana Festival all weekend long at the Sheridan Opera House. You can also enjoy live music at Altezza every Thursday - Sunday, Music on the Green with Emily Scott Robinson on Friday, the Sunset Concert Series with Telluride Chamber Music and Boyd Meets Girl on Wednesday, and the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band at Club Red next Thursday. 

Art + Architecture is in full swing through Sunday, with a brand-new garden tour on Saturday, plus discussions, book signings, food, wine, home tours, and so much more. Tickets are still available and can be purchased here or at Telluride Arts HQ Gallery

Be sure to shop local at the Telluride Farmers' Market on Friday, or spend the entire day on Wednesday in Mountain Village enjoying the Market on the Plaza, a Free Wine Tasting and Dog Days of Summer before the aforementioned Sunset Concert Series

Other notable events include Mind BlownHistoric Walking Tours, the Telluride Baseball Festival (July 17-23), and the Hardrock Hundred. The Hardrock Hundred Endurance Run, which starts Friday in Silverton, traverses through Lake City, Ouray and Telluride before concluding in Silverton on Sunday. 

Good news for off-roaders - Imogene Pass and Ophir Pass are officially open for the season! See you on the road.

PS David Sedaris will be at the Michael D. Palm Theatre next Friday - there are still tickets available, but very few remain. Be sure to snatch those up here if you want to attend! 

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