If you’re buying a house in Aspen, you’ll love knowing that this is one community where there’s never a dull moment.
So what’s happening between now and the end of March in Colorado’s most beautiful town?
March Events in Aspen
Kick Aspen Big Air
Watch 20 skiers and 20 snowboarders compete while you enjoy live music and grab refreshing brews from the Bud Light beer garden at the base of Aspen Mountain.
Enjoy a live acoustic performance by Travis T. Warren (Blind Melon) and Andy Anderrson (Fuel) at the Shadow Mountain Lounge – St. Regis Aspen Resort.
Spend the day on Ajax Mountain and unwind on the Aspen Mountain Sundeck with food, music and dancing.
See Garry Mullen and the Works, the hottest Queen cover band (really!) perform live at the Wheeler Opera House. The group recreates the spectacular showmanship Queen was famous for–and you won’t be disappointed.
Cartel Land is a 2016 Oscar-nominated documentary showing at the Wheeler Opera House, and this is your chance to see it on the big screen.
Hosted by Anna Kate Belinski, enjoy a guided tour of the skies above Aspen from Hallam Lake (the event is at 100 Puppy Smith Street). Don’t forget to bundle up!
Bruce Cockburn performs live at the Wheeler Opera House, and you’ll hear the best from his latest (and 31st) album, Small Source of Comfort.
Dine under the full moon at Cliffhouse Restaurant (you’ll have to make your way up Tiehack to get there). Dancing, a cash bar and a roaring fire await you atop the mountain.
The Fly Fishing Film Tour, or F3T, showcases great flicks featuring–you guessed it–fly fishing. You’ll enjoy movies from Boliva, Patagonia and Zambia at the Wheeler Opera House.
Enjoy an in-depth talk by Elena Filipovic, director and chief curator of the Kunsthalle Basel, at the Aspen Art Museum.
You’ll love the theatrics at Belly Up Aspen during the one-night-only event. The event benefits the Aspen Hope Center.
The Bud Light Hi-Fi Concert Core Party this week features Big Gigantic an hour after DJ Naka G kicks off the fireworks.
Enjoy Leo Kottke’s live performance at the Wheeler Opera House; the show starts at 8 p.m. sharp!
Three beautiful, ASFB-commissioned works by Brazilian choreographer Fernando Melo make up the ballet’s winter season finale at the Aspen District Theatre.
The second annual Banked Slalom event on Buttermilk Mountain is open to snowboarders in three age groups: 10 and under, 11 to 15, and 16 and up.
The 12th annual Hike for Hope Buttermilk Uphill Group Hike is a benefit to help find a cure for muscular dystrophy, and the event always has a great turnout.
This exhilarating 40-mile, back-country ski race benefits Crested Butte Nordic and a few other nonprofit organizations. Racers climb over 7,800 vertical feet and compete in pairs, and this is the 18th annual iteration of the event.
Enjoy How to Change the World, a gripping documentary about the evolution of a small environmental organization trying to make a big difference.
Sit back and enjoy the trademark “Texican” sounds of Los Lonely Boys, whose self-titled debut album went double-platinum.
Are You Moving to Aspen?
If you’re moving to Aspen, we have great news: great events like these happen every month in this beautiful town.
When you’re ready, call us at 970-429-8275 or get in touch with us online. We’ll help you find the perfect place to live.
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