Come togetherSee the most legendary band in the world! Well, almost. Yesterday – A Tribute to The Beatles takes the stage at the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College. The audience will go on a tour from Liverpool’s Cavern Club, the Ed Sullivan show, the historic Hollywood Bowl, and Shea Stadium performances, into the Sgt. Pepper era with “Walrus,” “Come Together,” “Revolution,” and beyond.
Details: Starting at $24, all ages, 7:30 p.m., Friday, March 30, Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College, 1000 Rim Drive, durangoconcerts.com
Organized chaosMeet with your fellow anarchists over a lavender latte at Durango Joes. We’re not sure if anarchy and collectives go together, but organizers Dirty Hands Collective seem to make it work.
Details: Free, anarchists only, 7 p.m., Friday, March 30, Durango Joes, 732 E. College Drive, dirtyhandscollective.wordpress.com
StorytimeThe Sunflower Theatre and Durango Arts Center hosts storytelling event The Raven Narratives: Second Chances, over two nights. Eight storytellers will share personal tales of “car accidents, miracles of imagination, families unraveling and re-ravelling,” and more.
Details: $15, all ages, 7:30 p.m., Friday, March 30, at Sunflower Theatre, Cortez; Saturday, March 31, DAC, sunflowertheatre.org, durangoarts.org
Ski skims Strap on skis and skim ponds at Purgatory Resort this weekend to welcome spring. There will be booze, tunes, and more, including prizes for the best costume, best wipeout, and best skim. Sign up now, because only 75 skiers are allowed to enter.
Details: $5 entry fee, must be 16 to enter, 1:30 p.m., Saturday, March 31, Purgatory Resort, 1 Skier Pl., purgatoryresort.com
Blaze itIf you haven’t realized that we’re hosting the Cannabis Crawl, you’re probably high! Get your hands on deals at all of Durango’s dispensaries. Stock up on edibles, pre-rolls, or even try a flight. Close out the night with some comedy at El Rancho.
Details: 21 and up, all day, participating businesses, Saturday, March 31, dgomag.com/crawl