By Jessica Caballero
HorrorHouse Fest fall haunted bar and film experience
HorrorHouse Fest at Three Kings Tavern on South Broadway is a haunted bar film festival for those missing all the excitement from Halloween. Profiled by The Denver Post, this interactive haunted house features horror films throughout its production and will culminate in a viewing of “Thankskilling 3” at 11 p.m. The HorrorHouse will also include vendors, including comic book horror artist Stan Yan doing “zombiecaricatures.” Three Kings Tavern, 7 p.m. to 2 a.m., $10, 21+ only.
The Hero’s Journey: A Symphonic Tribute to Comic Con
Zaelyna Beck for The Examiner in Denver provides a preview of this weekend’s performance of the Colorado Symphony. Resident conductor Scott O’Neil will lead musicians through film, television, and video games in a tribute to Comic Con. “The Hero’s Journey” will feature more than 20 selections from some of the most beloved scores of comic culture, from Star Trek to Doctor Who. Boettcher Concert Hall, 7:30 p.m. $38-$88
“Lost on Christmas Eve” with Trans-Siberian Orchestra
The famed Trans-Siberian Orchestra will be coming to Colorado Springs on Saturday and Denver on Sunday to present their rock opera, “Lost on Christmas Eve.” In their 15th year of nonstop touring, founder Paul O’Neill continues to focus on the orchestra’s unrivaled performance experience, “We’re using millions and millions of dollars on new special effects on the flight deck,” he said in an interview with Steve McElwee for the Centre Daily Times in Pennsylvania.
The West End Tavern’s “Bringing the ‘Q” to Boulder
This week is the last chance to experience The West End Tavern’s “Bringing the ‘Q” to Boulder County Farmers’ Market on 13th Street between Arapahoe and Canyon from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Featured are smoked Southern classics like pulled pork, wings, sandwiches and gumbo using farm fresh local ingredients.