Quick Picks: Nov. 2-8
Saturday, Nov. 3
Siberian Virtuosi is on its debut tour of the United States and stops in Grand Junction at 7:30 p.m. at Grand Junction High School, 1400 N. Fifth St.
This performance is part of the Mesa County Concert Association’s schedule.
The musical act is an ensemble of 12 violinists and a pianist from the Republic of Sakha. Go to http://vimeo.com/22913834 to watch a video of the group.
Tickets, if available, cost $25 for adults and $15 for students. Call 243-1979 for information.
Saturday, Nov. 3
Get a little taste for the cultures of Russia, China, Costa Rico, Mexico, Nepal, Poland, Peru, Italy, Colombia and El Salvador at Culture Fest 2012 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Mesa County Libraries’ Central Library, 655 N. First St.
There will be entertainment from the percussion group the Talking Rhythms, the Grand Valley Irish Dancers, Nepal Dancers and Yo-Yo Man Aman Tice. There will be a salsa dance lesson and food from the various cultures.
Culture Fest is free and all are welcome.
Sunday, Nov. 4
Fresh off the release of their newest album, “Play.Rock.Music,” Texas band Toadies stops in Grand Junction with co-headliner Helmet, out of New York City, for a rock and alternative metal show full of new tunes and older music.
Both groups became most famous in the 1990s.
Doors open at 7 p.m. at Mesa Theater and Lounge, 538 Main St. Show starts at 8 p.m.
Tickets are $20.
Tuesday, Nov. 6
Master Chief returns.
If that means something to you, you likely are excited for the release of “Halo 4” for Xbox 360.
This first-person shooter game can be played solo or with friends just in time for the holiday season.