Explore More: Live music, Halloween events and more coming to Routt County this weekend | SteamboatToday.com

Explore More: Live music, Halloween events and more coming to Routt County this weekend

Explore a mix of events happening this weekend in Routt County.


Float Like a Buffalo

10 p.m. Friday

Schmiggity’s Live Music & Dance Bar, 821 Lincoln Ave.

Based out of Denver, Float Like a Buffalo’s sound can be described as a funk rock band, with blues and folk influences. The newest additions of the blazing horns — Luke Story on saxophone and trumpet and Cory Beef Meier on trombone — were brought in during spring 2017 to solidify the band’s special blend of funk-rock.


EV Seminars: Ride and Drive Event

10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday

Howelsen Hill Rodeo Grounds, 401 Howelsen Parkway

This session provides an opportunity to experience electric vehicles from the inside, along with 15-minute drive sessions. Those interested must sign up in advance at SteamboatSprings.net/ev.


Sinister East Tour

Noon to 2 p.m. Saturday and 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday

Carl Howelsen Statue, 705 Lincoln Ave., No. 103

Sinister East is a downtown, dark-history walking tour with a special emphasis on scary supernatural creatures. The free tour is presented by local historian Marianne Capra.


Hike or Treat

1 p.m. Saturday

Yampa River State Park, 6185 U.S. Highway 40, Hayden

Hike or Treat until all the candy is gone. Hike the 1.25-mile park loop trail at the state park’s headquarters, trick or treating along the way. Bring a nonperishable food item to benefit LiftUp of Routt County Food Bank.


Live Music with Jake Gasau

8 p.m. Saturday

The Corner Slice, 635 Lincoln Ave.

Jake Gasau will bring his unique blend of songs to Steamboat that spans six decades and several genres. Gasau is known for his smooth, powerful vocals and acoustic guitar that will appeal to broad audiences.

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