Blues & Brews Late Night Venues
The Hanley Pavilion is an indoor multi-use venue located in Town Park on the east end of the town of Telluride. With the help from the Town of Telluride, and Telluride Film Festival, this venue allows more diverse events to take place in the Telluride community.
Blues & Brews has taken this opportunity to add a second stage for the 21st annual festival in the Pavilion. Aptly named the Blues Stage, the new stage will feature musical performances, and comedy sets all weekend. In addition, the new Blues Stage will also serve as the 4th and largest night time Juke Joint. Located at 500 E. Colorado Avenue (Town Park).
The Historic Sheridan Opera House is truly center stage in Telluride's thriving arts community. Historic, intimate and beautiful, it is an extraordinary venue for everything from concerts to movie premieres to private weddings or parties.
The Historic Sheridan Opera House was built by the Telluride miners in 1913 as a vaudeville theater and cultural center, attracting variety shows, orchestras and touring theater companies. Today, this 230-seat intimate theater is owned and operated by the Sheridan Arts Foundation, a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the historic Sheridan Opera House, bringing quality arts and cultural events to Telluride. Located at 110 N. Oak Street.
Fly Me To The Moon Saloon
Telluride's Fly Me to the Moon Saloon has been the go-to place to catch live music for the past 30 years. Located at 136 E. Colorado Ave (Main Street).
Located in the historic Swede-Finn Hall Building in downtown Telluride. During the gold rush, the Elks Lodge was one of Telluride's most popular gathering places in the mining community. Great local spot for concerts, events, Turkey Bingo, weddings and more. Located at 472 W. Pacific Avenue.