- Shows often involve smoke machines, creative lighting, floor lifts and more — Brass of Christmas Past will also incorporate some of these entertaining effects.
- KEZW’s Rick Crandall will host the show, leading audience members through the performance, from nostalgic classics to quirky holiday tunes.
- Prior to the show, holiday elves will pass out goodies to young attendees.
A full slate of films are coming to Alamo Drafthouse Littleton- including two special screenings of a BAD SANTA quote along. A portion of ticket sales will be funneled to Oskar Blue’s Can’d Aid Foundation, which helps with relief efforts from the Colorado floods. Tickets for the screening are $15 and include a beer from Oskar Blues. Before the show, there will be a BAD SANTA photo booth complete with ugly sweaters.
Here’s the rest of the December lineup! Which includes a Christmas Vacation quote along and Girls Night Out with Love Actually!
Saturday, Dec 14th at 1030am & Sunday, Dec 22nd at 1030am
CARTOON CEREAL PARTY: Holiday Edition
Friday, Dec 20th and Tuesday, Dec 24th at 7pm
Girlie Night: LOVE ACTUALLY
Saturday, Dec 21st at 615pm & Sunday, Dec 22nd at Noon
HOME ALONE Quote-Along Pizza Party
7301 S Santa Fe Dr.
Littleton, CO 80120
Guest post by Burleigh Court
Add a pinch of brown sugar, nutmeg, ginger, cinnamon and clove. Can you smell that? Let those Autumn flavors fill your senses and you have the perfect pie and pint! At Denver Beer Co, a superb recipe for a pint is just as important as pumpkin or pecan pie on any holiday table.
We may call it pie, but they call it love. Maple Street Pie Company knows just the right ingredients for the quintessential holiday pies; Who wouldn’t want to end a holiday meal with “handcrafted loved on a plate?” If you ask most people, the way to their heart is food – and if you ask most Denverites, the way to their heart is locally crafted brews! Denver Beer Co is my most beloved brewery, serving up seasonal beer by the pints; Graham Cracker Porter and Hey! Pumpkin’ are perfect growlers to bring to your holiday parties (and some of the best beer I tasted at this year’s GABF)!
The partnership of Maple Street Pie Co and Denver Beer Co is very fitting; They have a commitment to brining the best to their community, using local resources and sharing what they love with their neighbors. Making a city your home needs a pinch of caring, kindness, warmth, and love. When creative folks like the owners of DBC and Maple Street come together, magic happens not only in the kitchen and barrels, but the community in which they help build by bringing people together with “handcrafted love.”
Each year, Denverites gather in the warmth of the Barrel Room to taste their favorite holiday pies and pints with friends and neighbors. Each pie is matched with a pint and the “oohs and ahhs” are heard throughout the cozy and casual meeting place. DBC brewers Charlie and Patrick can be seen enjoy the fruits of their love and labor with old and new friends – always plenty of genuine smiles from these happy guys! When ordering your seasonal beers at the bar, look past the busy bartenders to find a happy little pie elf, finding pure bliss in her work. She is Eneri Rodriguez and pie is her passion! One pop of the these flavorful parings can take you back to your favorite comfort food memories of homemade dinners and warm kitchens.
What once was the classic milk and cookies is now pies and pints! Whether you are taking dessert to your family holiday party or going to a Friendsgiving party, everyone will hail your triumph of the evening with your pies and pints. Ask yourself, would Santa prefer milk or beer, cookies or pie? I think the folks at Denver Beer Co and Maple Street have the right answer! Cheers and happy holidays!
AEG Life and Icelantic Ski’a announce the third annual Icelantic’s WInter on the Rocks with JURASSIC 5 and Duck Sauce live at Red Rocks Amphitheater on Friday, Jan. 31, 2014. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. and the show starts at 7:00 p.m.
The third annual Icelantic’s Winter on the Rocks on Jan. 31 will be the premiere event of Winter 2014, featuring headliners Jurassic 5 and Duck Sauce at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheater.
“We’re thrilled to announce the third annual Icelantic’s Winter on the Rocks and continue to progress what has become a winter tradition here in Colorado,” said Sam Warren of Icelantic Skis. “This show embodies the lifestyle and passion at the core of the snow sports industry and the Icelantic family.”
Fans from all over the country will gather to see hip hop legends Jurassic 5 and DJ duo Duck Sauce. Jurassic 5 reunited earlier this year at Coachella Music and Arts Festival, and Winter on the Rocks will be their first Colorado show in eight years. Duck Sauce is formed by pan-generational DJ team A-Trak and Armand Van Helden, hirsute style icons that combine their talents to craft infectious anthems beloved throughout the world.
This year, organizers launched Road to the Rocks, a national contest offering the Ultimate Colorado Winter Experience prize package. One lucky winner and a guest will score VIP tickets to Winter on the Rocks, round trip airfare, four nights at the Hotel Teatro, a Jeep to drive during their stay, a VIP tour of Oscar Blues Brewery, lift tickets and two pairs of Icelantic skis. Full details on how to enter can be found at http://bit.ly/1795MRi.
“We look forward to being with everyone under the winter stars at the most iconic venue in the world on January 31st,” Warren said. “Don’t forget your dancin’ shoes!”
Tickets are on sale now.
General Admission tickets start at $52.80 plus service charges
VIP tickets are available for $100 and include VIP seating area and access to the VIP Warming Hut & Lounge.
18300 West Alameda Parkway
Morrison, CO 80465
Owner of Cap City Tavern, Dino McTaggart served up a creative recipe at Denver’s Bacon And Beer Festival. The restaurants chef, Thomas Newsted, prepared a Potato Bacon Torte with Bacon Caramel. To break it down- that is smoked bacon layered between thinly sliced potatoes with cream, 30-day aged parmesan cheese and fresh thyme, accompanied by bacon caramel and fresh chervil.
Here’s Dino McTaggart’s take on the Denver foodie scene.
- Carri: What trends do you notice around bacon and beer in Denver specifically?
- Dino: The trend in bacon & beer in Denver to me is the “sexy” direction the chefs and brew masters are going with their creations. You could see it at the festival, the amazing creations with micro greens and house cured bacon and such and the beer that tasted light with hints of fruit.
- Carri: What is most unique about the Denver food culture?
- Dino: We have so many independent restaurants with talented chefs and it’s not like we are all competing. We are all just trying to knock it out of the park inside our own 4 walls.
- Carri:. Where do you find inspiration to cook up new menu items?
- Dino: I eat out constantly, watch the food net work and when I do cook at home I try to challenge myself.
- Carri: What can customers expect when they visit?
- When I purchased Cap City Tavern almost 6 years ago the kitchen didn’t really do much of anything. We just recently hired Thomas Newsted, an accomplished chef who has worked with Kevin Taylor & Jennifer Jasinski. We are working on a new menu that will help Cap City realize its true potential.