Five Things to Do in Colorado Before the Super Bowl
It’s t-minus two days until the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers face off in Super Bowl 50, and we’ll bet you can’t wait until the big game is officially on your big screen. Until then, though, there’s a gap – one which is traditionally filled with nervous eating, trips to the liquor store, and hypothetical discussions. The good news is that our beautiful landscape is still offering plenty of activities to keep you busy through Sunday afternoon. Here’s our list of five things to do in Colorado before the Super Bowl.
David Bowie Weekend – Sie Film Center – $7 to $11
Catch two films (one Friday night, one Saturday night) honoring the late pop icon. The first, titled “The Man Who Fell to Earth,” features Bowie as an alien who fell to earth and becomes a wealthy industrialist. It airs at 9:30pm on Friday, February 5th. The second, titled “Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars,” takes a documentary-style look at one of Bowie’s live performances from 1973. It airs at 7:30pm on Saturday, February 6th.
Wyeth – Andrew and Jamie in the Studio – Denver Art Museum – Included with Admission
Father-and-son duo Andrew and Jamie Wyeth’s works are on display, their largest ever, at the Denver Art Museum. Entering its final weekend before heading to Spain, the Wyeths’ works include pen and ink, graphite, charcoal, watercolor, dry brush, tempera, oil, and mixed media. Admission to the exhibit is included with your museum entrance fee – be sure to check it out before it heads across the pond!
Vera Rubin: Bringing the Dark to Light – CU Boulder Fiske Planetarium – $10 – $25
This suitable-for-all-ages, 30-minute play features just one act and two actors representing a dream encounter between an astronomer and Sir Isaac Newton. One of the first efforts of its kind in the United States, the play combines live performance with state-of-the-art planetarium projection technologies. Shows start Friday night and run through the weekend, including Super Bowl Sunday, if you’re so inclined.
2016 Colorado Chinese New Year Celebration – Calvary Temple – Free (market, tastings, and fair only – show is sold out)
Celebrate the year of the monkey with the 14th annual Colorado Chinese New Year celebration. Held at the Calvary Temple on Saturday, February 6th from 11am-1:30pm, festival goers will experience authentic Chinese foods, culture, entertainment, crafts, calligraphy, costumes and more. The paid show is sold out, but you can still stop by for the free festival.
Lease This 2016 MINI Cooper S Countryman ALL4 for $345 per month! – Schomp MINI
Yup, we went there – but you have to admit, the deal is almost too good to be true. Open until 9pm Friday and Saturday, Schomp MINI is offering new 2016 MINI Cooper S Countryman ALL4 models starting at $345 per month. With a 25/31 city/highway MPG rating, electronically-controlled ALL4 all-wheel drive, and room for four six-foot adults, the Countryman ALL4 is the perfect SUV for Colorado. Lease reflects a 36-month term, 10,000 miles per year. Price reflects $1,999 down payment, plus taxes and fees (and never a dealer handling charge). Based on Stk.#3M60242, MSRP $31,800, this is the best (and cheapest) all-wheel-drive MINI Countryman lease deal in Colorado. Call us at 303.798.5200 or stop by at 5700 S. Broadway, Littleton, CO 80121 for more details.