Weekend Agenda: Vintage Vamp, Blues & Brews, Rob Schneider

Aug 12, 2011 | Updated Oct 11, 2011

An evening of vampish vintage fun, an afternoon of blues and brews, and zany improv fun fill the weekend. Here’s what’s going on this weekend in Denver.

Frolic & Vamp: Let the fringe brush your knees as you make your way to the Tennyson Art and Business District for a throwback evening to the ‘20s and ‘30s. Vintage cocktails and fashion will accompany the same genre of entertainment -- including Denver’s own burlesque royalty Vivienne VaVoom.
Sat., Aug. 13 at 8pm (doors open at 7pm); $18
4335 W. 44th Ave.; 720-420-0030

SuperBaby: A pinch of Scooby Doo and a dab of Eminem, plus a whole lot of improv – that’s the freestyle rap group SuperBaby. This weekend kicks off their Lyrical Mystery Tour Show at Bovine.
Sat., Aug. 13 at 10:15pm
Bovine Metropolis Theater, 1527 Champa St.; 303-758-4722

Blues & Brews: Pair melancholy tunes with frothy suds at Pearl Street’s all-day Blues & Brews Music Festival. Begin the afternoon with Felonius Smith at 12:30pm and catch the final performance with Marcia Ball at 8:45pm.
Sat., Aug. 13, 12:30pm - 10pm; $5 admission
1200 block of South Pearl St.

AIDS Walk: Join thousands of others on this annual walk to remember and honor those affected by HIV/AIDS as well as fundraise for numerous services including Colorado AIDS Project. A beer garden, speakers and an afternoon volleyball tourney are also on the agenda.
Sat., Aug. 13, 7:30am - 2pm; $30/runner, free/walker
Cheesman Park, Franklin St. & 12th Ave.; 303-861-9255

Rob Schneider & Greg Proops: Duece Bigalow has made it to Denver for a two night stand-up appearance at South at the Landmark. Head to Larimer for a performance by Greg Proops, best known for “Whose Line is it Anyway?” and “Chelsea Lately.”
Aug. 12 - 13; $24 - $45
South at the Landmark, 5345 Landmark Place, Greenwood Village; 303-595-3637
Downtown at Larimer Square, 1226 15th St.; 303-595-3637

I Fight Dragons: Down a handful of coffee beans and come ready for a madcap evening as I Fight Dragons plays at the Bluebird. And yeah, they really are playing those controllers up there. Bop Skizzum and A Million Pieces also perform.
Fri., Aug. 12 at 9pm; $9 - $12
Bluebird Theater, 3317 E. Colfax Ave.; 303-322-2308