ATW Agenda: Jamestown Revival, Owl Creek Chase & More |

ATW Agenda: Jamestown Revival, Owl Creek Chase & More

Our picks for the best events in Aspen and the Roaring Fork Valley, Jan. 27-Feb. 2



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Another night at Belly Up, another of the world’s best DJs on stage. That’s been the story this winter as a who’s-who of EDM producers have made their post-vaccine return to the music club. On Friday, Jan. 28 it’s the legendary Steve Aoki. $98-$235.


1.29 & 1.30

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Colorado Mountain College’s Sopris Theatre Company last year staged Jeffrey Hatcher’s “Three Viewings” for a virtual audience due to public heath restrictions. Now they’re bringing the drama, starring Michael Monroney and Paige Ulmer, to a live audience at the Wheeler Opera House on Jan. 29 and 30. $20.



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The Americana duo Jamestown Revival return to Belly Up on Sunday, Jan. 30 with a new album and some special guests in tow. The Texas-based pair of Zach Chance and Jonathan Clay – adored in Colorado, where they make seasonal tour stops – are on the road with the new album, “Young Man,” their first all-acoustic effort produced by the Texas country great Robert Ellis, who also performs on the record and is touring with the band. $36-$111.



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One of Aspen’s most storied winter competitions, the Owl Creek Chase, is going virtual for 2022. Instead of the traditional 21 km Nordic race, the event is a multi-day, at-your-own time event. Of course, you can still – and are encouraged to – ski the traditional route when it is freshly groomed on Sunday, Jan. 30. Free.

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This week in Aspen history

“Without any exception the worst snow storm known since the advent of the railroad west of Leadville has been raging over the crest of the continental divide since last Thursday,” asserted the Aspen Tribune on January 31, 1899.

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