5 Things to Do This Weekend: September 27–29, 2019

It's time for Filmfest, Thunder River Theatre Company's fall production, live music, and more.

By Aspen Sojourner Staff September 25, 2019


Honey Boy, written by Shia LaBeouf and capturing the personal struggles of a young actor, shows at Aspen Filmfest on Saturday at 4:30 p.m.

Through Sunday, September 29

Aspen Filmfest
Wheeler Opera House and Isis Theatre in Aspen; Crystal Theatre in Carbondale

For 40 years, this annual fest has screened independent features and documentaries, and previewed some of fall’s most buzzworthy movies. Read more about it here. Tickets $25–$30,

Friday, September 27

Taylor Scott Band
6 p.m., Market Street at Willits, Basalt

This Denver-based band starts the party and keeps it going with a blend of funk, soul, rock, and R&B; frontman Scott, a singer and guitarist, has also toured with blues legend Otis Taylor. Presented by the Arts Center at Willits (TACAW). Free,

Thunder River Theatre Company's run of A Walk in the Woods begins this weekend.

Friday & Saturday, September 27–28

A Walk in the Woods
7:30 p.m., Thunder River Theatre Company, Carbondale

Two nuclear arms negotiators, one from the Soviet Union and one from the US, discover friendship in the unlikeliest of circumstances. Corey Simpson, TRTC’s executive artistic director, directs this production of Lee Blessing’s long-running and critically acclaimed Broadway play. Tickets $15–$30,

Sunday, September 29

Basalt Sunday Market
10 a.m.–2 p.m., Midland Spur Rd.

It's your last chance of the season to visit Basalt’s community-centered farmers market. Pick up fresh produce, homemade foodstuffs, and locally made artisan wares, while listening to live music.

The Basalt Sunday Market wraps up this weekend.

Ziggy Alberts
8:30 p.m., Belly Up Aspen

The Australian singer-songwriter is only 24, but has already recorded five albums, started his own label, and played sold-out tours around the world. Come out and see what the all of the buzz is about. Emily Brinlow—who mixes soul, R&B, hip hop, and world music—opens. Tickets $20 GA, $30 reserved,





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