Telluride Horror Show: Update

The Palm Theatre joins the Telluride Horror Show. Festival takes place October 13 – 15, 2017. With the addition of the Palm Theatre, the Show has released more 3-Day Passes, along with a new “6-Pack” option. Not Horror-ble. Tickets/pass options here.

The Telluride Horror Show is excited to announce that the Palm Theatre will be its new third venue for the 2017 event.

Located at Telluride High School (just a few blocks from our other venues), the Palm is a state-of-the-art venue with 587 seats and a big screen. The Palm is a leap for Horror Show, but faced with fewer than ten 3-Day Passes remaining for the 2017 event, the organizers took the plunge.

With the addition of the Palm Theatre, the Telluride Horror Show has released more 3-Day Passes, along with a new “6-Pack” option.

For those who can’t commit to the entire weekend, the 6-Pack allows everyone to buy six (6) film tickets in advance for the price of five. If space allows, individual tickets will be sold at the door for only $15 per film. Buy the 6-Pack in advance and pay only $75 for six films (save $15).

The Palm Theatre

To purchase your 3-Day Pass or 6-Pack, please go here.

For those who have already purchased a 3-Day Pass, the managements thanks you for committing to the 2017 Telluride Horror Show so far in advance. As a direct result of that commitment, they were able to add the Palm Theatre – which means more films, more guests – more of everything. Not only will the Palm allow the Show to run more of the popular programs twice, it also has 35MM projectors, which ensures the ability to run select retro films the way they were meant to be seen.

Please note that the Palm Theatre will replace the “Gargoyle Room” at the Telluride Library.

Horror Show appreciates the Telluride Library hosting the event last year and hope to return in the near future. Overall, the 2017 venues are the Nugget Theatre, Palm Theatre, Sheridan Opera House.

2017 Telluride Horror Show Artwork is here:

Once again, artist Mark Zingarelli has delivered a great piece of art for this year’s Telluride Horror Show poster and program.

It is a tribute to the monsters and creatures that inhabit that creepy world, a motley-looking crew gathered near the iconic “SHOW” sign at the Sheridan Opera House. These monsters are either waiting to see a horror film at the festival – or they’re looking for trouble.

Festival Lodging Specials: October is the most affordable month to visit Telluride and Horror Fest is excited to have Alpine Lodging Telluride back as its official lodging sponsor. Discounted festival rates start at only $101 per room and $152 per condo/private home. Click “Book My Stay” for more info.

Sponsorships: Interested in supporting the festival? Want to align your brand with dedicated genre film fans, filmmakers, industry and press? Contact the Horror Show us at info@telluridehorrorshow.com or 970-708-3906, or visit Sponsorship Opportunities.

Attention Filmmakers/Call for Entry: The Telluride Horrow Show currently seeking short and feature length films in the following genres: Horror, Thriller, Suspense, Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Genre Comedy, and Genre Documentary. The next deadline is August 15. Visit Submit My Film for more information regarding the submission process, fees and additional deadlines.

Telluride Horror Show, Colorado’s first and longest-running Horror Film Festival, returns for its 8th edition October 13-15, 2017. Every year, the festival attracts the latest and greatest horror films from around the world and attendees from all over the country for an intimate gathering of genre film fans in the world-famous mountain resort town of Telluride, Colorado. For three days and nights, experience an eclectic mix of horror, suspense, thriller, fantasy, sci-fi and dark comedy in Telluride’s historic theaters, with many of the films showing for the first time in the US. The festival line-up offers more than 20 feature films and 50 short films, surprise screenings of highly-anticipated genre films at its “Secret Sunday Shows,” along with special programs, guests and events. If you love horro, and film, then you should not miss the Show.

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Susan Viebrock

Susan Viebrock

Susan is Telluride Inside… and Out’s founder and editor-in-chief, the visionary on the team, in charge of content, concept and development. For 19+ years, Susan has covered Telluride’s cultural economy, which includes non-profits and special events. Much of her writing features high-profile individuals in the arts, entertainment, business, and politics. She is a former Citibank executive specializing in strategic planning and new business development, and a certified Viniyoga instructor.

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