Keeping Estes entertained – Upcoming shows and events at The Stanley – Estes Park Trail-Gazette

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With balmy weather gracing the valley this week, anyone unaccustomed to the Colorado seasons wouldn’t be able to tell it, but Winter is right around the corner. With traffic lightning in the downtown sector, seasonal stores closing and community events decelerating, Estes Park is entering into what one could call its hibernation period.
If you’re a year-round resident of Estes don’t let the boredom take over just yet, however, for The Stanley has events to keep on goers enthralled through the new year. Eloquent balls, live music and nights of hair-raising horror are among some of the options to choose from, and here is your guide to finding the ones that fit your fancy.
Tickets and information for all of these shows and events can be found at www.Stanleylive.com
“All work no play makes Jack a dull boy” so don’t miss your chance to live lavishly at The Shining Ball. Whether you know it from the infamous book and movie or because you’ve experienced it for yourself, the annual ball has become a tradition at The Stanley that you’ll surely want to be a part of. The night will feature live music from The Burroughs, a costume contest and much more. To buy tickets or for more details, call The Stanley at 970-577-4000.

Come rock out at The Stanley Concert hall to the vitalizing vocal quartet DeVotchKa. Founded in Denver, the four-piece multi-instrumental and vocal ensemble has become known around the world for its alternative-indie sound. The event will also offer guests the chance to dress to the nines at a Halloween black tie ball.
The following event information has been offered by members of The Stanley
This autumn, in the Rocky Mountains, horror doesn’t end with Halloween. You are invited to attend a two-day trip into terror at the legendary Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado. The Stanley Hotel became infamous thanks to Stephen King’s horror classics, “The Shining” and its sequel, “Doctor Sleep”. And on November 4th and 5th – Doctor Sleep will become Doctor Sleepless.
Spend the weekend with renowned horror creator Mike Flanagan, director of the Doctor Sleep movie, and creator of Netflix horror series such as, “Haunting of Hill House”, “Haunting of Bly Manor,” and “Midnight Mass.” Joining Mike is Kate Siegel, one of the stars of those Netflix series as well as the star and co-writer of the movie, “Hush”. Mike & Kate will be screening the director’s cut of “Doctor Sleep” and answering questions about the movie and the inspiration they draw from the haunted Stanley Hotel. Don’t miss your chance to engage with these outstanding creators who are elevating horror to new heights.

And at this event, the doctor will be sleepless. Because the NoSleep Podcast will be performing live with a cast of David Cummings, Linsay Rousseau, Mick Wingert, Nikolle Doolin, and Kyle Akers. Featuring a live musical score performed by Brandon Boone. This performance will feature a brand new, never before heard chapter from the Goat Valley Campground series. An original script written for this stage by author Bonnie Quinn featuring the original cast of the Goat Valley Campgrounds series. The man with the skull cup will be expecting you.
Along with these two events will be your chance to experience the splendor and spookiness of the Stanley. Attend a cocktail party while being served drinks by Mike & Kate and the NoSleep team. Meet authors Matt & Harrison Query as they sign copies of and discuss the Nosleep subreddit short story origins that led to their new horror novel, Old Country – coming soon to the big screen. Ghost tours, meet & greets, all with the glorious Rocky Mountains as the backdrop. It’s an event you won’t want to miss. Tickets are now on sale.
Doctor Sleepless at The Stanley – come out and shine with us!
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Bruce Campbell, American actor, writer, producer, and director, may be known best for his role as Ash Williams in Sam Raimi’s Evil Dead franchise.
Bruce invites you back to the Stanley Hotel for BruceFest, the definitive Bruce Campbell Film Festival featuring Watch With… live commentary movie screenings, Panels, Game Rooms, Prop exhibits, Photo and Signing Ops, Scavenger Hunts, Cosplay Contest, Dance, Surprise Special Guests and so, so much more! Join us in our intimate weekend for the ultimate fan experience, with a total capacity of 350, ensuring you get the most out of our time together!
The Stanley Hotel, which inspired Stephen King’s The Shining, is tucked away in the Rocky Mountains of remote Estes Park, Colorado, and is truly the perfect setting for our groovy weekend.

The following event information has been offered by members of The Stanley – 
Composer Claudio Simonetti has written and recorded some of the most influential soundtracks in horror, including Dawn of the Dead, Demons, Deep Red, Tenebre, and countless others, with his seminal work still informing the genre to this day. This year, Simonetti’s Goblin celebrates the 45th Anniversary of Dario Argento’s iconic picture, Suspiria, with a live performance of the score set to a screening of the film.
Following the finale of the cult classic, the collective will return after a brief intermission to deliver a set of quintessential Goblin material alongside clips from the songs’ cinematic counterparts.
Starting Jan. 6, guests are invited to The Stanley Concert Hall to enjoy an intimate performance by the six-piece indie rock band Murder by Death. The shows will be Murder by Death’s 10th annual concert series at The Stanley and they never fail to keep fans engaged, oftentimes taking the notorious ballroom picture from “The Shining” with crowd members. A documentary was even made on Murder by Death’s time at The Stanley, which can be found on Youtube.
Tickets and information for all of these shows and events can be found at www.Stanleylive.com
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