Wrap up February with one of several in-person or online music or dance events, or step back in time to experience the world of dinosaurs.

It's a weekend full of music, dance, and fun in Denver this weekend. Experience Mozart in candlelight at Wings Over the Rockies, an artistic tribute to iconic Lakewood restaurant Casa Bonita, or the world of dinosaurs at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science.

*Please note that in-person events may have certain COVID-19 guidelines and restrictions. Visit each event's website for more information prior to attending.*

Things to do on Friday, February 26

A Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Production

When: February 26
Where: DL Parsons Theatre, 1801 Community Center Drive, Northglenn
Cost: In-person $15; Livestream $20

Celebrate the beauty, power, and Umoja of Cleo Parker Robinson Dance during Black History Month! Umoja is the first principle of Kwanzaa, and it speaks of a time for unity.

Candlelight: Mozart's Best Works

When: February 26
Where: Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum, 7711 E. Academy Blvd., Hangar 1, Denver
Cost: $20-$50

Some of Mozart's best-known quartets, overtures, and serenades performed by a string quartet in an intimate atmosphere with candles illuminating the room.

Wish You Were Here

When: Through March 7
Where: NEXT Gallery, 6851 W. Colfax Avenue Unit B, Lakewood
Cost: Admission

Wish You Were Here is a collection of memories, inspirations, or future visions of the iconic restaurant Casa Bonita.

Things to do on Saturday, February 27

Dave Tamkin & Co.

When: February 27
Where: Virtual
Cost: $5-$100, donations accepted

Stone Cottage Studios presents singer/songwriter Dave Tamkin, who currently resides in Boulder, with his own unique style of rhythmic-acoustic sounds based on a fresh musical vision.

Love in the Time of COVID-19 An Apocalypse Cabaret: Post-COVID Dreams

When: February 27
Where: Virtual
Cost: Free, donations accepted

This month's theme is Post-COVID Dreams. What will you do, where will you go when the pandemic is over? Opera on Tap Colorado shares its dreams with you!

Quarantine Cabaret with Sheryl McCallum & David Nehls: A Tribute to Ruth Brown

When: February 27
Where: Virtual
Cost: $5-$30

Presented by Miners Alley Playhouse, this tribute to Ruth Brown features Cheryl McCallum and David Nehls on piano. Known as The Queen of R&B, Ruth Brown was known for songs such as So Long, Teardrops from My Eyes, and (Mama) He Treats Your Daughter Mean.

Stafford Hunter Meets Purnell Steen

When: February 27
Where: Dazzle & Baur's, 1512 Curtis Street, Denver
Cost: $20

A celebration of Black History Month brought to you by pianist Purnell Steen, Members of Le Jazz Machine, and the addition of Stafford Hunter on trombone and shells.

Sue: The T. Rex Experience

When: Through April 25
Where: Denver Museum of Nature & Science, 2001 Colorado Boulevard, Denver
Cost: Admission

Step into the world of SUE: The T. Rex Experience to uncover the mysteries about the life of this fearsome fossil.

Things to do on Sunday, February 28

Denver & Aurora School of Rock Featuring Emelise Munoz

When: February 28
Where: Number Thirty Eight, 3560 Chestnut Place, Denver
Cost: Free

Students go from the lesson room to the stage, developing both their confidence and musicianship with programs designed for all ages and skill levels.

Dim Sum Sunday

When: February 28
Where: Colorado Sake Co., 3559 Larimer Street, Denver
Cost: $10

Chef Taylor West & Friends will be hosting a special service focusing on Dim Sum.

The Troublemakers

When: Through March 14
Where: Wonderbound, 3824 Dahlia Street, Denver
Cost: $60

The Troublemakers is the latest creation by Artistic Director Garrett Ammon and is inspired by the film noir genre, the Cinderella story, and features schemes of an unexpected femme fatale. Twists included.

What are you doing in Denver this weekend? Any fun events that we missed on our list? Comment below.