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Live Music and Entertainment in Pagosa Springs: September 22nd

Scheduled live music and entertainment for Friday, September 22nd

 

Autumnal Equinox Sunrise Program @ Chimney Rock National Monument

Watch the sun rise over the San Juans this first day of autumn, and discuss how the ancients may have lived, and why they celebrated the equinoxes. This 2-3 hour event begins at the Sun Tower, a place not visited on our regular tours, and concludes at the Stone Basin providing two viewing locations. This program is suitable for ages 8 and up. 6-8am.

 

Live Music @ The Springs Resort - hotel atrium

Cocktails & Songs of the Fall Colorado based Americana Band, celtic & blues. 6pm.

 

Live Music @ Riff Raff Brewing Co.

Food, cocktails & The San Juan Mountain Boys - local southwestern rock 'n roll duo. 6pm.

 

Live Music @ Rosie's Pizzeria

Food, cocktails & Dan Evans guitarist - eclectic early rock 'n roll. 6pm.

 

Live Music @ Kips Grill & Cantina

Food, cocktails & Rewired Blues Band - rock with blues influences. 6pm.

 

Live Music @ Borde Rio Riverside Tavern

Food, cocktails & Dustin Burley alternative, bluegrass, blues, country, experimental, folk, funk, jam, other / not classifiable, reggae, rock, rockabilly, songwriter. 6pm.

 

Live Music @ Fox Fire Farms

Food, wine & Sonny S and The Whiskey Machine. 7pm.

 

Live Music @ Coyote Moon Bar & Grill

Food, cocktails & Brooks-i reggae influenced with rock n' roll. 9pm.

 

Night Sky Program @ Chimney Rock National Monument

Timed for when the moon is absent from the sky, this program enables us to enjoy the night sky in a truly dark-sky environment and see fainter objects that the moon’s light would normally obscure. Begins with an interactive discussion at the Visitor Cabin. Topics, ancient people who periodically inhabited the site lived, how they used the unique landscape of the Chimney Rock area to view the sky and what special astronomical events . The discussion will also include information about the current night sky and what planets and other objects visitors might see. As sunset approaches, visitors drive to the High Mesa parking lot where volunteer astronomers await with telescopes to provide a closer look at the wonders of the night sky. Telescopes will focus on different features and the volunteers will change that focus periodically during the viewing time. Remember that at this altitude the nights begin to cool rapidly after sunset, so an appropriate jacket or sweater. Reservations strongly suggested. 5-8:30pm.

 

 

Photos courtesy of Bill Hudson/PagosaDailyPost.com

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