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

Explore More: Live music, open mic and more coming to Routt County this weekend

Explore a mix of events happening this weekend in Routt County, including live music, films and more.


Lifeline Quartet: Songs of the Underground Railroad

7 p.m. Friday

Strings Music Pavilion, 950 Strings Road

An a cappella program focused on the code songs that guided escaped slaves on the Underground Railroad. In addition to directing choirs, performing spirituals and helping to coordinate and lead singing groups for veterans, the quartet’s leader Michelle Mayne-Graves is a team supervisor and RN case manager for Housing Homeless Veterans at the Veteran’s Administration in Los Angeles.


Colorado Group Realty Coat Drive

9 a.m. Saturday

Natural Grocers, 335 Lincoln Ave.

Colorado Group Realty will be collecting lightly worn coats for LiftUp of Routt County during the annual coat drive. Look for the CGR van in the Natural Grocers parking lot. Drop-off bins will also be located at Allen’s Clothing, Colorado Group Realty, Natural Grocers and The North Face. Cash and check donations are also accepted.


Steamboat Dance Theatre Costume Closet Cleanout

9 a.m. Saturday

D-Bar-K Storage, 35495 U.S. Highway 40

Steamboat Dance Theatre is hosting a Costume Closet Cleanout just in time for Halloween. There will be items from past years’ shows available to the community through a suggested donation.


Lucid Vision and Homemade Spaceship with Vanaken

10 p.m. Sunday

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

Spreading light through sound, Lucid Vision brings listeners to a melodic realm of electronic genre bends. Homemade Spaceship is the genre-mashing electronic bass music project.


Steamboat Comedy Open Mic Night

8:30 p.m. Tuesday

The Press, 1009 Lincoln Ave.

Open Mic Comedy is back at The Press, every Tuesday night. It’s free to watch or sign up and performers get a free drink.

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