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ATW Agenda: 5Point, Reggae & the Holden/Marolt Hoedown

Our picks for the best events in Aspen and the Roaring Fork Valley, June 2-8

FILM

6.2 & 6.3

(Courtesy 5Point Film)

If you missed the grand in-person return of the 5Point Adventure Film Festival in April, don’t miss thee 5Point Encore presentation at the Arts Campus at Willits (June 2) and Wheeler Opera House (June 3). The programs showcase award-winners and standouts from the 2022 festival, including the People’s Choice winner “Learning to Drown,” which plays both nights. 5pointfilm.org



POP MUSIC

6.3




(Courtesy photo)

A weekend reggae show at Belly Up is a bucket list Aspen experience, especially as town starts filling up again in these waning days of offseason for a dose of laid-back vibes. The Elovaters, an emerging roots reggae act, will headline Belly Up on Friday, June 3. $15-$30 bellyupaspen.com

PARTY

6.3

(Courtesy Aspen Historical Society)

The beloved family-friendly annual tradition of the Holden/Marolt Hoedown returns on June 3, welcoming kids and adults to the Aspen Historical Society’s updated Holden/Marolt Ranching and Mining Museum grounds for an afternoon of live music, food and community. Free. aspenhistory.org

 


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