10 events to Go & Do March 30 to April 1 in Steamboat Springs | SteamboatToday.com

10 events to Go & Do March 30 to April 1 in Steamboat Springs

"A Weekend of One Acts" piece titled, "Family 2.0," which was directed by Amanda Jennings. Actors include: Kristin Cronin, Chris Tisch, Danielle Weekley, Tori Nickles and Chris Wadopian.
Sarah Laping Garland

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — From celebrating Steamboat Springs’ ice skating talent, to dancing to an infectious grove in Gondola Square or downtown, to celebrating four-legged furry friends, Explore has you covered on what to do and where to go this weekend.  

Friday, March 30

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory on Ice

6:30 to 8:30 p.m. | Friday, March 30 and Saturday, March 31 | Howelsen Ice Arena, 285 Howelsen Pkwy.

The music from “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” comes to life on ice with this show featuring over 60 skaters as a benefit for the Steamboat Skating Club.

An Evening of One Acts

7 p.m.| Friday, March 30 and Saturday, March 31 | Chief Theater, 813 Lincoln Ave.

Join the Chief Players for an evening of hilarity, heartbreak and live theater with nine one-act plays performed in the historic Chief Theater. Tickets are $15 and available online and at the door.

Full Moon Gong Immersion

6 to 6:50 p.m. | Neptune Float Spa, 941 Lincoln Ave. Suite 200E2

Being bathed in the sound, allows one to relax and find a deep meditative state quickly. A full moon highlights emotions and instincts. First-come, first-served. $15 Bring mat or cushion.


10 p.m. | Old Town Pub & Restaurant, 10 p.m. | 600 Lincoln Ave.

Avenhart has coined its style as city folk. The band boasts heavy strings, powerful lyrics, beautiful harmonies and Americana.

Saturday, March 31

Rock the Boat Free Concert Series: The Goonies

3:30 p.m. | Steamboat Stage in Gondola Square, 2305 Mount Werner Circle

The Boulder-based, four-piece ’80s cover band, The Goonies, is known for its shredding guitar solos and unraveling rock ballads transporting listeners back in time.

One-year anniversary celebration

2 to 5 p.m. | Peace Love Petcare, 984 Captain Jack Drive

Bring those four-legged furry friends to Peace Love Petcare’s one-year anniversary party with Mountain Tap Brewery craft brews, Moe’s Original BBQ and more.

Jay Roemer

7 to 10 p.m. | The Press, 1009 Lincoln Ave.

Get that American Bluegrass on with local musician Jay Roemer, who recently headlined at the WinterWonderGrass Festival in Steamboat.

The Grass is Dead

10 p.m. | Old Town Pub & Restaurant, 600 Lincoln Ave.

Since 1998, The Grass is Dead has been re-creating the music of the Grateful Dead in the form of bluegrass.


10 p.m. | Schmiggity’s, 821 Lincoln Ave.

Equipped with a Beastie Boys tribute set, MTHDS is known for its combination of self-described “punk the street-wise soul of hip-hop and funk with an over-the-top bombastic roots party groove.”

Sunday, April 1  

Keg in and Egg

3:30 to 9 p.m. | Mountain Tap Brewery, 910 Yampa St.

Mountain Tap Brewery is joining forces with breweries across the state and planning a spirited lineup of events to celebrate Colorado Craft Beer Week the first week in April. To kickoff the week of beer festivities will be the “Keg in the Egg” event. For every beer ordered, pick a plastic egg. Inside could be candy, certificates for retail items or Mountain Tap Brewery beer giveaways.

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