Why not make your 2017 resolution to enjoy more of the events Boulder has to offer. January is shaping up to be a great month to make your resolution a reality. Let’s take a look at some events kicking off 2017.
Boulder Theater: Jan 26th Chevelle
The alternative rock group Chevelle will be performing at the Boulder Theater. Chavelle has nearly 2 decades of experience and a newly released album. Opening for the band is Black Map and Dinosaur Pile Up. The event is for all ages, but kids 15 and under will need a parent with them. The tickets are tightly priced at $27.50-$30 and are sure to sell out fast.
Boulder Bookstore: January 12, 7:30PM – Adrienne Russell
Adrienne Russell will appear at the Boulder Bookstore on January 12th to speak about her new book, titled “Journalism as Activism.” The book explores the important aspects of journalism and how it is changing in the modern age. “Journalism as Activism” delves into the effects of digital journalism as a means to cover issues. Adrienne Russel will sign books after the appearance. The voucher to attend is $5 and good for $5 off the book price or any other item the day of the event.
Puzzah! at the Flatiron Mall: All January Long – Escape Room
Escape rooms have been growing in popularity for the past few years all across the country. A unique puzzle experience where groups of 2-6 must solve puzzles as a team in 60 minutes. Puzzah! Is a Colorado based company creating unique puzzle rooms for teams to solve. All through January they are running the Specimen rooms, based on escaping an alien ship. At $25 per person, it is a great afternoon with friends and family for a fun team building experience like no other. In addition, there are 2 escape rooms in Boulder if you’d prefer to stay in Boulder.
Jester Dinner Theature: Every Thursday, Friday, & Sunday in January – Seussical
A collection of Dr. Seuss’s most loved characters come together in this original musical. A young child, Jojo, brings all these characters together in a lighthearted musical. Familiar characters such as The Cat in the Hat, Horton, and the Whos are just a few of Seuss’ creations to appear. The music spans a wide range of genres, from Pop, to Latin and Funk. All the charm of the original stories make this a great show for all ages. The show will play at the Jester Theatre every Thursday, Friday, and Sunday in January. Tickets range from just $7.50-$15 so there’s no reason to miss this great family outing.