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Estes Park Bigfoot Days presented by The Highland Bard and the Highland Coffee Company celebrates all things Squatchy! Kick off the weekend with a ticketed dinner on Friday, April 14 followed by a FREE outdoor festival on Saturday, April 15.
This Bigfoot-themed dinner will feature food, drinks, music, photos and mingling with Dr. Mayor, Matt Moneymaker, Buck and Jeff. Tickets are $90.
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The free outdoor festival will feature live appearances and talks from the Bigfoot TV celebrities, live music, axe throwing, inflatable games, craft and food vendors, a Bigfoot calling contest, Bigfoot sighting stories, and much more!
In addition to the free Bigfoot Days Festival, there will be a screening of the Beast of Bray Road and Bigfoot. The screening of this short documentary will be held at the Historic Park Theatre at 3:30 p.m., and there will be a commentary by the filmmakers before the screening. Admission is free.
Dr. Mireya Mayor - Hailed as the "Female Indiana Jones," Dr. Mayor is a world-renowned primatologist and explorer, an award-winning TV host, and a recognized science communicator. As National Geographic’s first female wildlife correspondent, Mireya has hosted dozens of documentaries. Mireya currently stars in Travel Channel’s hit series, Expedition Bigfoot. This former NFL cheerleader, daughter of Cuban immigrants, and mother of six, is not your typical scientist.
Matt Moneymaker is the founder and president of the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization, a place for researchers to share their findings and for people to report sightings of the mysterious creature known as bigfoot. He was host and team leader of Animal Planet’s popular documentary series Finding Bigfoot, which ran for 100 episodes over nine seasons between 2011 and 2018.
Jacob "Buck" Lowe (expert caller) and Jeff Headlee (researcher) are core members of the Appalachian Investigators of Mysterious Sightings Team (AIMS). For generations alleged sightings of Bigfoot have occurred in the Appalachian Mountains and this band of hard-core hunters and trappers have made it their life’s work to investigate them. You can catch Buck and Jeff and the rest of the AIMS team on the Travel Channel’s series, Mountain Monsters.
For more information, please visit EPBigfoot.com or call the Estes Park Events Center at 970-586-6104.