0 View Gallery View Comments The Stanley Hotel – it’s not only for ghost hunters. Now more than ever, Estes Park’s majestic, historic and infamously haunted hotel, which inspired Stephen King’s 1980 horror novel “The Shining,” will be a playground for entertainers, musicians, comedians, inspirational speakers and their fans. That’s due to the newly completed $10 million Pavilion Amphitheater on the property’s west end. “We really want to host world-class talent,” said Reed Rowley, vice president of development for the Grand Heritage Hotel Group. “We’re looking for national main acts people can resonate with. The pavilion is up close and personal.” Two comedians will christen the new venue – “Saturday Night Live” alum Jim Breuer, with two shows Friday, and “A Prairie Home Companion” head writer and performer Tom Papa, with two shows Saturday. Related: Weekend activities in and around Colorado Springs: Earth Day and Great American Cleanup, healthy kids, National Coin Week, women’s auto basics Coming later this year are musicians David Crosby, Tommy Emmanuel, Bacon Brothers featuring Kevin Bacon and Graham Nash. The 300-seat pavilion has an 11,000-pound glass door behind the stage that can open and close, converting the indoor venue into an outdoor amphitheater in 45… Read full this story
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