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The Shortlist: What To Do In Boulder: August 26-29

Happy Tuesday, Boulderites! We are less than a month away from the last day of Summer, which means we have to make every second count. Make this weekend one to remember!

1. Boulder International Fringe Fest

If you haven’t had the chance to make it down to the International Fringe Fest yet, you still have a chance this weekend. The Fringe Fest is a unique festival that showcases theatre, music, dance, poetry, circus art, storytelling, film, and the like. The week long festival brings in artists from all over the world to perform right here in Boulder. Tickets for each event range from $5 to $10. Click here for more information.

2. Summer Sounds Family Concert Series

The final installation of the Summer Sounds Family Concert Series will be taking place this Saturday, August 27th at the Boulder Bandshell. Jazzy Ash and the Leaping Lizards, a New Orleans Jazz band, will perform an hour long set of jazzy children’s music. With the kids heading back to school for the Fall, this is a great night to enjoy what’s left of cool Boulder Summer nights. Pack a picnic and head down to the Boulder Bandshell for a night of fun. Click here for more information.

3. Oskar Blues’ NEW Gold Rush Bike Rally

This Sunday is the Oskar Blues Gold Rush Bike Rally.The Gold Rush Bike Rally combines four things that Boulder does well: scenery, cycling, history, and beer. There will be two courses for cyclists to choose from – one 35 miles long and the other 51 miles long. The courses are beyond scenic, winding through Boulder’s canyons, Switzerland Trail, and historic Gold Hill. The top riders will win cash prizes. All riders are encouraged to look for the Golden Nuggets containing cash tickets hidden along the trail. Click here for more information on time, location, and tickets.

Don’t forget to check out our Daily Events Calendar on our website.

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