5 Things to Do This Weekend (Sept 24, 25) in Colorado Springs

5 Things to Do This Weekend (Sept 24, 25) in Colorado Springs

Pikes Peak Derby Dames Double Header - Sat Sept 24, 6:00pm, City Auditorium

Admission: $10-20 Women's flat track Roller Derby comes to Colorado Springs as the Derby Dames are hosting their home team double header. Come watch the Danger Dolls vs the Wreckin' Rebels and the Killer Queens vs High City. The PPDD is a diverse group of female athletes committed to the athletic development and empowerment of women in the Pikes Peak region. Whoot-whoot! For more information: http://pikespeakderbydames.breezi.com/.

 

Colorado Springs Philharmonic -"Live and Let Die", Fri & Sat Sept 23 & 24, 7:30 at Pikes Peak Center

Admission: $23 and up, Kids Free. The best of Paul McCartney from his Beatles, Wings and solo careers set to a memorable symphonic tribute. Sir Paul's greatest hits including Hey Jude, Yesterday, Live and Let Die and more. For more information: www.csphilharmonic.org.

 

Chile & Frijoles Festival, Fri, Sept 23 3-12am, Sat & Sun Sept 24, 25, 10-6 pm, Union Ave Historic District, Pueblo

Admission: $3, 12 and under free. With over 140,000 attendees last year, you know this festival is something not to miss. With the scorching of chile peppers wafting through the air, browse the local famer's wares, over 40 food vendors, live entertainment and over 150 street vendors. In it's 22nd year, the Loaf 'N Jug Chile & Frijoles festival is a laidback family event. For more information: http://pueblochilefestivalinfo.com

 

Johnny Martin Cup, Sat Sept 24 10-4pm, Nevada Ave between Colorado & Pikes Peak

Admission: Free. A free event with live music and classic cars? What could be better than that? Nevada Avenue will be filled with hot rods, muscle cars and classic cars pre-1972. Cars from around the country are competing for a prize package. For more information: http://johnnymartins.com.

 

Rumble in the Rockies, Sat Sept 24 7pm, Sun Sept 25 2pm - Broadmoor World Arena

Admission: $15 adults. Rumble in the Rockies is the 22nd stop of the Professional Bull Rider's Built Ford Tough Series. With that mouth-full of an event title, the contestants are competing for a prize purse of $140,000 and hopes of collecting enough points for the all-around $1 million PBR World Championship. In addition to the weekend event, Tejon Street downtown will be closed off at 5pm for a live music party to kick off the competition. Tickets can be purchased at: www.ticketswest.com or at the World Arena box office.

 

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