Tickets & Events in Stony Creek

Up to 34% Off Comedy Mystery Dinner Theater

Lumber Baron Murder Mystery Dinners

Multiple Locations

$79.99 $59

Fun murder-mystery dinners let audiences try to work out crimes as they feast inside a creep mansion or luxurious, modern hotel

Rod Stewart & Santana – Up to 40% Off Concert

Rod Stewart & Santana: The Voice. The Guitar. The Songs.

Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre

$50.90 $35

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Rod Stewart's iconic voice meets the guitar genius of Carlos Santana in a legendary collaboration of rock 'n' roll titans

Higher Ground Music Festival – Up to 51% Off

Higher Ground Music Festival

Denver-RiNo Art District

$20 $10

Barcelona and Baywood headline giant block party with over 40 bands, food trucks, beer, spirits, and local vendors

Up to 51% Off Admission to the Denver County Fair

Denver County Fair

Denver

$40 $20

Three-day county fair with 14 interlocking indoor pavilions filled with show exhibitors, fair food vendors, and crafts stands

Spotlight Theatre Company – Up to 45% Off

Spotlight Theatre Company

Spotlight Theatre Company - The John Hand Theatre

$89 $49

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2014–15 season includes farces such as The Foreigner, the thriller Rope, and the Aaron Sorkin story A Few Good Men

Up to 50% Off Former CIA Officer's Safety & Survival Secrets Course

Safety and Survival Secrets

Aurora

$299 $149

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Former CIA officer teaches interactive course with safety tips and self-defense moves

Denver Improv – Up to 70% Off Standup Comedy

Denver Improv

Denver Improv

$41 $15

Established comics perform at the Denver outpost of the famed comedy-club chain

Kid Ink – Up to 50% Off Concert

Kid Ink

Rawkus

$32 $16

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L.A. rapper whose name derives from his tattoos spits positive rhymes at a relaxed pace, including the hit single "Show Me"

Up to 42% Off a Murder-Mystery Dinner

The Dinner Detective

Antlers Hilton

$119.90 $69

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Four-course chicken, pork loin, or veggie meal accompanies humorous modern mystery theater as guests scramble to find the killer among them

Loonees Comedy Corner – Up to 51% Off Standup

Loonees Comedy Corner

Colorado Springs

$24.50 $12

Club offers a weekly selection of nationally touring comics who lob punch lines at audiences munching on appetizers

50% Off Entry to the World Food Festival

World Food Festival

Cheyenne Mountain Resort

$140 $70

Guests experience international foods, take in live performances, sample international wine, beer, and liquor, and view cooking demos

Fort Collins Foxes—Half Off Baseball Game

Fort Collins Foxes vs. Loveland

The Fox Den at City Park Field

$12 $6

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A summer collegiate wood-bat team, the Foxes end their winning season with game in which kids are invited onto the field pre- and post-game

Americana Music Festival – Up to 49% Off

Americana Music Festival

Alamosa

$39 $20

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30 country and folk acts play on a mountaintop reachable only by historic train; Flying W Wranglers headline

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For more than three decades, Belliston Academy of Ballet and Belliston Centre of Dance have inspired slipper shufflers and character-shoe stompers to temper their technique in weekly dance classes. Ballerinas splash in pool-based pointe-conditioning classes that strengthen feet and muscles for on-stage pointe execution and water-spitting fountain imitations. Children and adults achieve greater balance and grace through lessons in a variety of dance styles including ballet, modern, tap, jazz, hip-hop, and tumbling, while pre-dance classes introduce younger children (ages 3–6) to the fundamentals of expressive movement, forward momentum, and dance terminology, enabling them to point out faulty fouettés and lava-covered barres.

8310 W Coal Mine Ave
Littleton,
CO
US

Diana Olson, a lifelong swimmer and water-skier, began sharing her swimming expertise with younger students early in her career. As her teaching became recognized in the community, she earned the position of Aquatics Director at a prominent swim school, and even received the Teacher of the Year Award from the U.S. Swim School Association three times. Eventually, she wanted to design her own swimming programs, so she founded Colorado Clownfish Swim Club with some help from her family. There she teaches novice water dwellers as young as 6 months old.

8310 W. Coal Mine Ave.
Littleton,
CO
US

Elvis Cinemas invites wide-eyed audiences to plunge into the ocean, soar above the clouds, and traipse across stretches of barren desert, all from the comfort of a theater seat. Its trio of theaters shows Hollywood blockbusters but keeps ticket prices down by playing them slightly after their initial release, when the characters have learned from their mistakes and changed their movie’s plot accordingly. Unlike the massive movie corporations whose theater complexes pop up in every city and shopping mall, Elvis Cinemas is Colorado owned and operated and focuses all its attention on just three theaters.

6014 S Kipling Pkwy
Littleton,
CO
US

After wowing audiences with her dance moves for more than 25 years, Rachelle Nemec—a former captain of the Denver Nuggets Dancers who has twirled across Las Vegas stages and several TV commercials—decided to ignite a passion for the arts in her community's children. At X-treme Dance Force, she helms an experienced crew of dance instructors who hail from such prestigious arts organizations as the Houston Grand Opera, Hawaii's Iona Contemporary Dance Theatre, and the Kim Robards Dance company. They teach kids of all abilities to perform a variety of dance styles that range from contemporary pointe and tap to hip-hop in classes divided by age. Their comprehensive instruction helps students master fundamental moves and confidently conquer turns, leaps, and shuffles for memorable touchdown celebrations.

The instructors further prepare kids for a career in the arts with drama and musical-theater training, and they host auditions for the studio's three dance companies, which whip advanced students into performance form. In addition to the studio's yearly dance competitions, these students show off their moves at instructional dance conventions, Denver Nuggets games, Colorado Christian University basketball games, and local fairs.

8204 S Kipling Pkwy
Littleton,
CO
US

Mike Burns and Dan Karabacz wanted to keep track of all the beers they'd tasted on their travels, so as a practical solution, they created a website dedicated to doing just that. They don't keep it to themselves, though—they welcome submissions from beer enthusiasts around the world. BeerCraving serves as a global scrapbook, allowing users to post photos of their favorite brews from watering holes across the United States and beyond for the benefit of those with common interests or who aren't sure what beer looks like.

To take that love of trying new things one step further, BeerCraving also holds three Denver-area festivals throughout the year: The Fermentation Festival, Chef N Brew Festival, and the South Denver Beer Fest. The first, true to its name, explores all kinds of fermented food and drink, bringing together craft breweries and restaurants as well as kombucha breweries and sauerkraut specialists. The Chef N Brew Festival, meanwhile, pits regional chefs and brewers against each other in a pairing competition. In keeping with the company's passion for beer education, each event features seminars and educational demonstrations.

Clement Park
Littleton,
CO
US

The Rocky Mountains backdrop Clement Park. Yet for one weekend each year, this public gathering spot doesn't look, sound, smell, or feel anything like Colorado. A wave of green washes over the park like the die tank at a kilt factory exploded, and the Colorado Irish Festival kicks off its annual celebration of the Emerald Isle.

For two decades now, tens of thousands of people have flocked to the event to view (and perhaps wear) a grand collection of kilts and bagpipes. Those bagpipes roar to life with traditional Irish music, which shares the stage with step dancing and more contemporary Irish rock bands?including frequent headliner Gaelic Storm, who attendees may recognize from the film Titanic. Other areas of the festival brim with Irish and Celtic goods, including jewelry, sculptures, and kilt accessories.

In 2011, the Colorado Irish Festival marked the debut event for Killian's Irish Stout, which has a recipe that goes back to Enniscorthy, Ireland. George Killian's brew brings Ireland and Colorado together, since it's made at the local Coors brewery?making it an ideal choice for the festival's signature drink.

6201 South Pierce Street
Littleton,
CO
US