Get ready for one of the best parties of the year! The 2018 Artini, the official kickoff for this year’s Arts Month campaign, will take place on Friday, September 28th from 5:30PM-8:30PM at The Mining Exchange Hotel (and the adjacent Gold Room). Hosted annually by the Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region, the Artini is a free, community celebration with live entertainment on multiple stages, lots of mixing & mingling, and the opportunity to sample signature martinis created by some of the area’s top mixologists. Art + Martini = Artini!
Although still in the planning stage, the 2018 Artini will feature live music on multiple stages, talented local performers, a DJ with dancing, a fashion show, aerialists, food trucks, a Photo Booth station, and more! Throughout the evening, local mixologists from the 365 Grand Club properties will be creating their signature martini drinks, and competing to earn the title of “Best Artini Martini 2018.” Free tastings will be available, and voting by Artini attendees will determine this year’s winner. Multiple cash bars and food stations will also be open for your drinking and eating pleasure throughout the event. A reminder that all attendees at the Artini must be 21 or older, and photo IDs will be required to enter the party.
The 2018 Artini would not be possible without the generous support of the Mining Exchange hotel, the City of Colorado Springs, and HEX Audio/Visual.
The Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is “connecting residents and visitors with arts & culture to enrich the Pikes Peak region.” Each October, the Cultural Office presents Arts Month as a way to elevate the visibility and value of arts & culture in our community. The official call to action during Arts Month is to have at least one new cultural experience with family or friends during the month of October. For more information about Arts Month, visit www.PeakRadar.com/ArtsMonth. For questions about the 2018 Artini, please email info@CulturalOffice.org, or call the Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region at 719-634-2204.