Jun 1, 2019 at 8:00 AM
Like many interesting and enjoyable places in the American west, Boulder has a nice blend of old and new west and this comes across in cultural events that take place there. Whether it is a little café offering live bluegrass or jazz music, a boutique art gallery or a playhouse, there is an abundant assortment of small and large cultural venues to explore while in Boulder.
15th St. Studio Established in 1984, 15th St Studio has supported local and non-local artists by exhibiting their work and putting on gallery exhibitions. Known for its down to earth community vibe and atmosphere, 15th St. Studio is well worth the visit. To learn more check them out at http://www.15thstreetstudio.com/
BDI Stage; Boulder’s Dinner Theater Since 1977 BDI has been entertaining visitor with four Broadway shows per year. The incredible attention to detail and theatrical training is what sets BDI apart from all others in the Boulder area and the experience of eating a fantastic meal while taking in great live entertainment is truly unique. To learn more check out http://www.bdtstage.com/home.html
Boulder Outdoor Cinema. Located in downtown Boulder this landmark has been in existence since 1995 as a premier place for people to see cult classics, modern drama, comedy, foreign and just about all genres of film. And so, if you happen to be in Boulder after a long hike or bike ride and are looking for a spot to sit back have a bite to eat and just enjoy a film under the stars look no further than the Outdoor Cinema. For specific information check out http://www.boulderoutdoorcinema.com/
Boulder Theater The Boulder Theater is the city’s premier live music house. Featuring national and international star talent including country, rock, jazz, blues and other styles and forms of human musical expression, this rocking spot is a destination for anyone looking to have a good time listening to great live music. Learn, listen and discover by checking it out at http://www.bouldertheater.com/