Fill your summer with endless experiences and summer surprises.   Here are 10 highlights of Summer in Beaver Creek:   1: Wine & Spirits Festival Savor incredible flavors in an incomparable setting with the 12th Annual Beaver Creek Wine & Spirits Festival. World class flavors are served up with an elegant, yet casual, mountain sensibility via guided outdoor adventures, ticketed and public tastings in our village and the signature Grand Tasting event. 2. Ice Skating Located in the center of Beaver Creek Village, the Beaver Creek Ice Rink offers endless family-friendly fun. Teach the little ones to skate, take a

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The Vilar Performing Arts Center’s 20th season is its biggest, brightest, and boldest yet as it brings in not one, but two of Broadway’s best contemporary shows. The national tours of Kinky Boots and RENT will take the stage in Beaver Creek this winter. First up on January 16th and 17th at 7:30pm is Kinky Boots — the spunky, fun, feel-good show about discovering the friendships that make us and celebrating who we truly are. Based on true events, this show tells the story of Charlie Prince, a man struggling to live up to his father’s expectations and take over

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Between Opening Day, the World’s Best Chocolate Chip Cookie Competition, and our Tree Lighting Ceremony the 2017-2018 ski season is off to an incredible start. View our Opening Week video above and see some of our favorite photos below.

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Beaver Creek’s inaugural Hike to the Mic, September 15 – 17, 2017, is a celebration for all the senses, including curated art installations both in Beaver Creek Village and along the hike up to Saturday’s headlining concert at Spruce Saddle. Read on to learn more about some of the featured artists.

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David Spade didn’t invent sarcasm. But often, maybe too often, it feels like he did. Spade, who unleashes his standup set at the Vilar Performing Arts Center on Aug. 11, joined the cast of “Saturday Night Live” during the shows early ’90s renascence. The comedian debuted as part of a crop of new talent that included Adam Sandler, Chris Rock, and, of course, Chris Farley. Through sketches such as “The Hollywood Minute,” Spade established himself as a master of deadly-sharp sarcasm. But as Spade’s career evolved he proved he wasn’t all cruel wit — see his turn as anti-hero “Joe

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