Archive for the ‘Vail Events’ Category

Vail International Dance Festival

Monday, August 1st, 2011

The Vail International Dance Festival is now in its 23rd year with dancers from all over the world performing at the outdoor Ford Amphitheater.  2011′s highlights include the worldwide company debut of New York City Ballet Moves, Mark Morris Dance Groups’ 30th Anniversary Celebration, gala events like the International Evenings of Dance, plus the triumphant return of Trey McIntyre Project.  Call 888-920-2787 for tickets or visit


Come meet Christo in person!

Sunday, July 10th, 2011

The Vail Symposium (for which the Antlers is the OFFICIAL HOTEL), is hosting a presentation by Christo on July 19.  Tickets to the presentation sold out in a matter of days, HOWEVER … there are still tickets available to a private reception with the man himself!  Those tickets also include the otherwise sold out lecturem, “Chirsto Live in Vail”.

Even better … tickets are $250, but if you’re one of the next ten people to buy a ticket to the reception, the Antlers at Vail will throw in a FREE one-bedroom condominium for the night of the 19th.  Call me directly (970-790-5200).  Rob

USA Pro Cycling Challenge, Vail Colorado

Sunday, July 10th, 2011

Antlers at Vail Room rates are 35% off for the USA Pro cycling Challenge August 24-26th.  Riverside/mountain view Studio suite rooms from $156 per night with a full size kitchen.

The USA Pro Cycling Challenge is the most demanding bike race ever held on American soil, with racers experiencing breathless altitudes, day after day. The race is on the level of the Tour de France, bringing the high speeds, danger and adrenaline of professional biking to elevations over 2 miles high in some of the most picturesque terrain in the world—the Colorado Rocky Mountains.  August 25th is Stage 3 of the USA Cycling Challenge and is the Vail Time Trial going up the old Highway 6 road towards Vail Pass.  It starts right from Vail village.  August 26th will be Stage 4 of USA Cycling Challenge and goes from Avon Colorado to Steamboat.

Here is the ”TEAM ANTLERS” bicycling team who should be around town watching the races in August.  Come join us !

Art Fest, BBQ and One Tough Mudder

Thursday, June 23rd, 2011

The Vail Valley is exploding with events this weekend!

The Vail Arts Festival kicks off on Friday in Lionshead Village with over 60 vendors. This open air market is a great place to pick up a new sculpture or a hand made piece of jewelry. The festival runs until Sunday.

The 4th Annual BBQ Bonanza is Saturday and Sunday in Vail Village with live music, BBQ and a pig race.  Swing by and grab some BBQ from local restaurants as they compete for the coveted title of Vail’s Best BBQ!

Beaver Creek welcomes the Tough Mudder competition Saturday and Sunday. Tough Mudder is not your average mud or endurance race. Participants go through 7-12 miles of obstacles designed by British Special forces. Spectator tickets are a suggest donation of $15 with proceeds benefiting the Wounded Warrior Project.

Vail’s Fall Feast for Food Lovers

Friday, June 10th, 2011

Antlers at Vail offers convenient location, excellent value during autumn culinary events

The Antlers at Vail is a convenient home base during Oktoberfest

Vail, Colorado – June 10, 2011–People have always flocked to the Vail Valley in autumn to see the area’s renowned aspen trees turn golden yellow, but this fall ‘foodies’ have even more reasons to visit Vail with numerous culinary-themed offerings throughout the season.

It may be called Oktoberfest, but the festivities for this popular annual festival are held in September – 9-11 and 16-18, 2011, to be exact – with two full weekends of German parties, bratwurst, beer gardens and traditional dance demonstrations held throughout Vail Village and Lionshead. Vail Restaurant Month returns September 19 through October 16, 2011, featuring harvest dinners at local eateries, wine and beer tastings, chef demonstrations and activities for families.

Just minutes from Vail, Minturn Cellars’ tasting room is open every Saturday through the end of October featuring local wines made from grapes from Grand Valley – one of the state’s two designated American Vinticultural Areas. The Marketplace on Meadow Drive includes a bistro, wine shop, deli, bakery, gelato shop and creperie and offers regular tastings and events. Many of Vail’s 100-plus restaurants also offer special ‘shoulder season’ deals and discounts.

The Antlers at Vail hotel is a conveniently located ‘home base’ for fall festivals and activities, with spacious condominiums and fall lodging discounts of up to 35% off regular room rates from September 5 through November 17, 2011; prices for a studio suite start at just $156. Autumn is one of the best times to experience the Vail Valley. The summer crowds are gone, the days are sunny, the evenings are cool — and the values can’t be beat.

Since 1972, the eco-friendly Antlers has offered a unique Vail lodging experience in a relaxed mountain setting. The Antlers Vail condominiums – named the ‘Green Business of the Year’ by the Vail Valley Partnership Success Awards – is also proud to be a Green Star rated business. With condominiums ranging from studio suites up to four bedrooms and plenty of space to spread out, each room at the Antlers offers all the comforts of home including fully-equipped kitchens, fireplaces, outdoor balconies, free Internet access and free parking in a heated indoor garage. The Antlers Vail is conveniently located in the Lionshead area of Vail with numerous restaurants, galleries and shops within walking distance, and the free Vail town shuttle stops just footsteps away. For more information, call 1-800-843-8245.

Blues, Brews, and BBQ

Tuesday, May 17th, 2011

The summer festival season is about to begin starting with the Blues, Brews and BBQ happening Memorial Day weekend in Beaver Creek. Enjoy live music and BBQ from around the country! Beaver Creek is also kicking off its summer culinary demonstration series the same weekend.

Amy, Darci, and Katie enjoying a brew!

Free Events Schedule:

12:00 – 6:00pm:  Brews and BBQ on the plaza
12:00 – 4:00pm:  Kids activities
12:00pm, 1:30pm, & 3:00pm:  Culinary Demonstrations

Free Entertainment Schedule:
Saturday, May 28
12:00pm - 2:00pm Tommy Thomas & the Working Man’s Band
2:30pm – 4:00pm Seth Walker
4:30pm – 6:00pm Eric Lindell

Sunday, May 29
12:00pm - 2:00pm Seth Walker
2:30pm – 4:00pm Tommy Thomas & the Working Man’s Band
4:30pm – 6:00pm Eric Lindell


Ski Joring

Monday, March 7th, 2011

If you are looking for something a little different to do on a weekend,  I suggest if at all possible heading to Leadville Colorado when they are having their annual Ski Joring event. It typically happens in March and I had the chance to attend this weekend and what fun it was. As someone who grew up ridding horses and skiing I can’t believe I never got involved in this long before now but I guess they just don’t do things like this in New Mexico! The town spends several day putting snow back on the main street packing it down and building jumps. There are two different courses depending on skill level Sport skiers have higher jumps than the Open registration and Legend skiers. They even have a children event (they get pulled by snowmobiles at a much slower pace).


Leadville is a nice little town to spend a day in and a short drive from Vail, dress warm and take your camera. I’m off to start training my horses for next years event!

Mike Fries

2010 Ski Joring Champion Mike Fries



The Dogs of Winter, December 17th – Antlers at Vail

Thursday, November 25th, 2010

Come visit us for a casual, funfilled afternoon celebrating the wintery breeds.  Bring your Husky, Bernie, St. Bernard or Elkhound.

Interlopers like Cavalier Kings, Min-Pins and yes, even wiener dogs will be graciously tolerated.

Come one, come all.  Have a cup of hot wine and a dog biscuit.  You decide who gets what.

Pictures with Santa Paws, a prize drawing for a Vail dog sled trip, but mostly just some howling good conversation (who’s your vet?)

Friday, December 17th from  2:00-5:00pm in the Antlers at Vail hotel courtyard.  For those that need a room, we are offering a  special with a twist.  A mountain view Studio suite that night is $280.  Instead of the normal $15 extra for pets, if you bring your dog it’s $15 LESS … $265.  Free upgrade to a one-bedroom condo if requested.  You’ll have to call us direct at 888-268-5377 to book this special day.   Entry to event in the courtyard is free.

                                Maggie, the Antlers wonderdog

These Are The Daze (Dec. 6-12)

Friday, November 12th, 2010

It’s Vail… it’s Snowing…. and the Daze are growing shorter.  That must mean that Vail’s Snow Daze are nearly upon us.  This annual event kicks off December 6th and runs thru the 12th.  Activities include concerts, street and apres party’s,  and the return of the Dummy Demolition Derby.   A nice variety of top musical talent will bring sweet music to everyones ears.  Musical acts include Mix Master Mike(Dec. 9) at the Solaris, Dwight Yoakam(Dec. 10) in Vail Village, O.A.R.(Dec. 11) at Ford Park, and finally Weezer(Dec. 12th) at Ford Park.  The price is right too, as all of the shows are free.  So come out and help us celebrate the 2010/11 ski season in grand Vail style.  Check out the Vail Snow Daze website(\snowdaze) to get specific details and more info.

Snow falling on Antlers

Monday, October 25th, 2010

With the snow finally falling this morning here in Vail and Loveland Mountain and A-Basin opening this weekend, I think it’s safe to say the winter ski season has begun! Snow on The BattleSo get out your skis and boards and gear up! If you know you are going to ski or ride more than 7 days this season there is still time to get an Epic Pass , it is the best deal, and if you have to travel to get here there are some great specials out there. Vail Snowdaze has an amazing lineup this year with some good hotel specials and you can’t beat free concerts! Vail is also introducing a new family oriented festival called Vail Holidaze, from December 18th to 25th.

There is still time to recieve ”Book By November 1st” specials here at the Antlers