Sunday Showcases in Boulder Packed with Music, Literature and More

Published March 10, 2024

Engage in Boulder's Sunday Events

Residents and visitors in Boulder are in for a treat on Sunday, March 10, with a day filled with diverse events encompassing music, literature, and interactive workshops.

Takács Quartet at Grusin Music Hall

The renowned Takács Quartet will take center stage at Grusin Music Hall at 4 p.m., delivering a performance that has made them a beloved ensemble for over 30 years. Admirers of chamber music can experience the quartet's Grammy-winning brilliance firsthand with tickets priced between $20 and $48.

Nick Forster's Hippy Bluegrass Church

At 10:30 a.m., join Nick Forster at Etown for a musical morning at the Hippy Bluegrass Church. This unique gathering, which started in 2019, invites attendees to sing along to classic bluegrass hits with live musicians. Entry ranges from $5 to $15.

"The Curse of the Crow" Book Reading

Take a literary pause at Inkberry Books at 1 p.m. for a reading of "The Curse of the Crow." Authors Melissa J. Roche and sons invite audiences on an adventure filled with magic, quests, and a touch of mystery. This event is free to the public.

Danny Shafer's Performance at BOCO Cider

Danny Shafer graces BOCO Cider at 4 p.m. with his heartfelt songwriting and performance. Danny's music is a testament to a life dedicated to songcraft, a journey that will resonate with his audience. There's no cover charge, allowing everyone to enjoy the soulful tunes.

Songwriter Workshop at Madelife

Aspiring songwriters have the chance to network and learn at Madelife's songwriter workshop at 6:30 p.m. Attendees can share songs, receive feedback, and connect with a community of music creators – all for free.

Katie Mintle at The Velvet Elk Lounge

Cap off the evening with Katie Mintle at The Velvet Elk Lounge at 8 p.m. The singer-songwriter brings a mix of harp, guitar, and storytelling to a cozy setting. This event invites listeners to unwind and enjoy without an entry fee.

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