The Stanley announces upcoming events – Estes Park Trail-Gazette
October is our favorite month here at Stanley. We warmly welcome the spooky season and have a few tips and treats up our sleeve for you. Many of our events have sold out quickly, but we still have room for you to come and celebrate all that fall has to offer. Please see below for a full rundown of all of our upcoming events.
October 23 | The shiny ball | with The Widow’s Bane with Arthur Lee Land & Friends | Doors 5:30 pm | Show 7 p.m.
Put on your best costume or dress new, this costume party is a night not to be missed! There will be a costume contest with epic prizes including a weekend concert package at The Crystal Ball on New Years Eve at the Stanley Hotel, a private tour and tasting at the Spirit Hound Distillery, tickets for Aiden Sinclair’s Underground, bottles of Spirit Hound whiskey, and more. There is no better way to celebrate New Year’s Eve than in our beautiful, archaic concert hall. The Widow’s Bane will headlining with special guests Arthur Lee Land & Friends.
General admission: $ 69
VIP: $ 99 (SOLD OUT)
October 29 + 30 | Devotchka’s Black Tie Ball | EXHAUSTED
Devotchka made her Halloween Stanley debut in 2018, taking their ghoulish circus carnival with them for one of the most exciting weekends of the year. Now for the third year, Devotchka is teaming up with the Stanley Hotel again this year for their ever-legendary Halloween performances featuring aerialists, waders, circus people, pop-up performances, bar Bloody Mary, late night DJ sets, and more
October 31 | 311 | EXHAUSTED
311 was formed in 1990 in the city of Omaha, Nebraska. The group still features their original formation 30 years later, including drummer Chad Sexton, singer / guitarist Nick Hexum, singer SA Martinez, guitarist Tim Mahoney and bassist P-Nut. At age 30, 311 has grown into one of rock music’s longest-standing original bands, joining an elite roster of other original programming units like U2 and Radiohead.
Having performed over 2,000 shows in 27 countries over their 30-year career, 311 blend rock, rap, reggae and funk into their own unique hybrid sound – and have developed a reputation as one of the live bands. the most entertaining and dynamic in the United States.
November 2 | Yves Tumeur | EXHAUSTED
Yves Tumor? Try to unravel, and the dimensions and figures spread like the cracked and warped contents of a grotesquely beautiful matryoshka doll. An author of gothic soundscapes? Details are scarce, so it’s the music that speaks the most …
Seeing Yves Tumor take to a stage is like being beaten by a screaming cyberpunk monster – all the while filtering the recorded output and being treated to a kaleidoscopic union of classic songwriting and lobotomized sound experiences. The duality is subtly unveiled, but the clues and images can be analyzed from the music and the lyrics, making it seem as if through experience and listening, it is possible that everything becomes a focus. perfect pop.
November 12-14 | Brucefest
Bruce Campbell, American actor, screenwriter, producer and director is perhaps best known for his role as Ash Williams in Sam Raimi’s Evil Dead franchise premiered in 1981. The Evil Dead is the ultimate cult horror classic. 80s that gave birth to an iconic series spanning decades. and influenced much of modern horror.
BruceFest is a multi-night event taking place on Friday November 12, Saturday November 13 and Sunday November 14, 2021. Tickets will be sold in tiers of 3-day pass, the Deadite package, the Necronomicon Ex-Mortis package and the kandarian daemon package.
The 3-day festival passes can be purchased separately or as a package with hotel rooms at the Stanley Hotel.
All festival passes will include:
â¢ âTo watch withâ screenings – The centerpiece of the weekend’s events is the Evil Dead series ‘Watch With’ screenings, featuring Bruce Campbell providing hilarious and enlightening live commentary while answering questions from the audience.
â¢ The ultimate horror film exhibition – a stylized, self-guided and curated exhibition will welcome guests, with informative exhibits
â¢ Photoshoot experience with Evil Dead – this unique photo experience features larger-than-life backdrops, allowing guests to fully immerse themselves in the world of Evil Dead for a unique photo opportunity.
â¢ Ghostly Treasure Hunt – a personalized scavenger hunt in the woods surrounding the Stanley Hotel, combines a traditional nature hike with a scavenger hunt, leading guests to find relics from the Evil Dead movies.
â¢ Continuous screenings of your favorite Bruce movies – with titles such as Evil Dead, Evil Dead II, Army of Darkness, Bubba Ho-Tep, My Name is Bruce
â¢ Additional surprise activations – Event-wide competitions, prizes and more await.