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ATW Agenda: Adam Cayton-Holland, St. Paul & the Broken Bones & more

Our picks for the best events in Aspen and the Roaring Fork Valley, April 29-May 4

COMEDY | 4.29

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Denver comedian Adam Cayton-Holland will return to TACAW – which he and his partners from the Grawlix opened for comedy last year – on Friday, April 29 with his new one-man show “Happy Place.” It expands on his memoir, “Tragedy + Time,” which tells the story of his sister’s struggles with mental illness. $22-35 tacaw.org

POP MUSIC | 4.29



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Count on Belly Up to keep things interesting as Aspen enters the quietest stretch of the spring off-season. The club will host the return of St. Paul and the Broken Bones on Friday, April 29, bringing back to town one of the most popular bands to play the JAzz Aspen Snowmass Labor Day Experience and in the club in recent years. Definitely the most anticipated concert of the spring. $65-$129 bellyupaspen.com

FILM | 4.29 & 4.30




(Courtesy Pitkin County Library)

Kenneth Branagh’s Oscar-winning and surprisingly heartwarming coming-of-age film about his childhood in the early days of “the troubles” in Northern Ireland will play the Library Cinema Series on April 29 and 30, giving this gorgeously photographed black-and-white film its proper place on the big screen. $10 pitcolib.org

TRAVEL | 5.1

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Little Nell alum and beloved Aspen somm Carlton McCoy makes his TV debut on Sunday, May 1 with the first episode of his CNN Original series “Nomad,” a food and travel series in the Bourdain mold (see related story in this week’s WineInk column) Sundays on CNN at 8 p.m. More info at cnn.com


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