10 things to do for $10 in Denver this weekend (8 free!), July 26-28
You won't have to break out the big bills to have big fun this weekend. You can catch a screening of Finding Nemo or dance the night away at a killer soul and britpop party -- for under $10. See our list of ten picks below; for more events, check out the Westword calendar. And feel free to share more bargain events in the comments section below.
- No joke: A bear walks into a bar in Estes Park. Can you top that?
- ArtLab helps to create the newest mural in the Globeville community
- Dungeons and Dragons changed my life -- thanks, Gygax
Sun Milk & Red Meat at Pirate: Contemporary Art (Friday, free)
No need to wait until First Friday to see art: Sun Milk & Red Meat will open tonight with work by Joseph Coniff, Dmitri Obergfell, Eriko Tsogo, Ryan Riss, Nick Peelor, Stephan Herrera and Matt Scobey. In addition to all that art, the opening reception will include a musical performance by Sleepdial.
Untitled #59 at the Denver Art Museum (Friday, $10)
The theme for this month's Untitled at the DAM? Undercover, which covers a tour to reveal Mark Rothko's lesser known history, a quilting workshop and sewing circle, sound artist Jason Corder's recordings from the museum, and much, much more. This interactive evening is always a guaranteed good time.
Pussy Riot Grrrl Dance Party + Documentary screening at the Mercury Cafe (Friday, $5-15 donation)
Support Denver's lady-oriented music festival, Titwrench, and also the Russian punk revolutionaries of the band Pussy Riot at this film screening and dance party. Watch Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer, the documentary that chronicles the story of the incarcerated activist group; join in a discussion; make balaclavas, catch a performance by The Manxx and dance into the night.
Linden at X Bar (Saturday, free)
X Bar has an action-packed evening planned tonight: The opening of an art show with work by Bonnie Kimbrel and Eldon Riley will feature live music by Riley and Zoya Brou and burlesque performers will display the art of the striptease. After all that, there's a late-night dance party. And through it all, enjoy two-for-one drink specials, games like beer pong and corn hole -- and art, of course.
Finding Nemo at Skyline Park (Saturday, free)
Pixar underwater adventure Finding Nemo will play tonight under the stars at Skyline Park. Bring blankets and watch as a clownfish searches for his lost son in this heartwarming 2003 family film.