Vail Film Festival and Taste of Vail Return This Week

By Caitlin Row | Tuesday, April 3, 2018

It's going to be a busy week around the Vail Valley, with two big events on the books: Vail Film Festival and Taste of Vail. So let's eat, drink and support independent films this weekend!

Weather this week will be a true springtime mix, with wind, rain, snow and sunshine all in the forecast. Temperature highs will hover mostly in the 50s. Predictions can be erratic so check back for more accurate reports here as the weekend nears.

Hint for the weekend: Dress in layers, consider the weather when picking footwear (boots might be best!) and enjoy all that Vail Valley has to offer. 

With that in mind, here are my top picks for Vail Valley This Week.

Photo: Shared with Everything Vail Valley via Instagram by @h_bear_rt

Vail Events On Tap

Taste of Vail kicks off on Wednesday, April 4, and continues through Sunday, April 8. Signature events (like the Mountain Top Tasting on Friday, April 6), seminars and more are part of the fun. Tickets are still available!

The 15th annual Vail Film Fest begins on Thursday, April 5, and runs through Sunday, April 8. This year's film fest will focus on women filmmakers. A diversity of films (spanning narratives, documentaries and shorts), panel discussions and a filmmaker workshop are scheduled. Tickets are still available! 

Sol y Ski and Beaver Creek Loves Kids: SpringFest continue through Friday, April 6.

Spring Back to Vail: Music with a View is planned for Saturday, April 7, at Mid-Vail. A Commemorative Ski Down for Warren Miller is also planned for Saturday at Vail Mountain, with the legacy celebration after at Sarge's Mid-Vail.

For a full listing of events spanning daytime, nightlife and community, visit Vail Valley This Week.

Photo: Vail Film Festival Facebook

More Vail Things To Do

Looking for a new way to see Vail? Consider scheduling a tour with Vail Segway Tours! Experienced guides entertain and educate guests on a multitude of local facts while cruising around Vail on Segways.

Sunrise Cafe, formerly Sticky Fingers, has a new name, look and taste! It's still located in Minturn at the same place. Check out the new menu. 

Beaver Liquors in Avon is offering a new tasting called Thirsty Thursdays. Each Thursday learn how to make a different cocktail, then buy the ingredients and receive discounts.

Photo: Sunrise Minturn

We'll see you in Vail!

About the Author Caitlin Row
Caitlin is a Vail local. She loves to ski, play in the snow (preferably with her dog) and taste all the Vail Valley has to offer.