A Snowmass summer tradition 29 years in the making, the Snowmass Free Concert Series is a must-do summer music event. Every Thursday evening (and two bonus Saturdays), locals and visitors alike gather on Fanny Hill to enjoy some of the country’s best live bands in a relaxed atmosphere with a spectacular mountain backdrop.
Summer 2020 Free Concert Dates (Lineup to be announced!)
Saturday, June 13th
Thursday, June 18th
Thursday, June 25th
Thursday, July 2nd
Saturday, July 4th* (part of the community celebration & concert to celebrate the 4th of July)
Thursday, July 9th
Thursday, July 16th
Thursday, July 23rd
Thursday, July 30th
Thursday, August 6th
Thursday, August 13th
Thursday, August 20th
Thursday, August 27th
Summer 2019 Free Concert Lineup
Saturday, June 8 @ 4:00pm – Brent Cowels & Heavy Diamond Ring (Indie Folk/Rock/Groovy R&B)– in conjunction with Snowmass Rendezvous Craft Beer Festival
Thursday, June 13 @ 6:30pm – Seranation (Pop-Reggae/Rock)- in conjunction with Cochon 555’s Rustic Grind
Thursday, June 20 @ 6:30pm – Whitacre (Bluegrass/Folk/Indie Rock)
Thursday, June 27 @ 6:30pm – Orquesta Akokán (Mambo/Son Cubano)
Thursday, July 4 @ 6:30pm – Here Come the Mummies (Funk/Rock)– special 4th of July Community Celebration
Thursday, July 11 @ 6:30pm – Hazel Miller (Jazz/Blues)
Saturday, July 13 @ 6:30pm – Rock for a Reason: Rock for a Reason: The Greatest Hits on Earth – Live! ® presents Spectrum of Soul™ Featuring Skip Martin formerly of Kool & The Gang ™ & Special Guest(s) (R&B/Funk/Jazz)
Thursday, July 18 @ 6:30pm – Satsang (Soul/Folk Rock/Hip-Hop) – in conjunction with Yoga on the Mountain
Thursday, July 25 @ 6:30pm – The Lao Tizer Band (Jazz/Rock/Hip-Hop)
Thursday, August 1 @ 6:30pm – McKenna Faith (Country)
Thursday, August 8 @ 6:30pm – Scooter Brown Band (Country)
Thursday, August 15 @ 6:30pm – The Samples (Reggae Influenced Rock/Pop) – Community Photo
Thursday, August 22 @ 6:30pm – New Orleans Suspects (New Orleans Funk/Jazz)
Food and drinks are sold on site, including sodas, cocktails, beer and wine. Many Snowmass restaurants offer takeout picnics ranging from a roasted chicken feast from The Artisan, to a full BBQ dinner from the Limelight Snowmass Hotel. In addition, The Edge will be serving sausages, chips and soda at the concert venue. No outside alcohol permitted. Non-alcoholic beverages are permitted in sealed containers, there is also a water bottle refill station located inside the venue. No glass; no smoking; no pets.
Family Fun Zone: Free and open to kids of all ages, the Family Fun Zone typically includes face painting, hula hooping, and more. (The Family Fun Zone is open at all Thursday events.)
What to bring: We suggest a picnic blanket or chairs to sit on, and a jacket or sweater for after the sun goes down. For food, pack a picnic, grab to-go items from a nearby Snowmass restaurant, or purchase food from the vendors on Fanny Hill.
Where to go: Concerts are held on the Fanny Hill Concert Stage at the end of the Snowmass Mall. We recommend taking the free RFTA bus service from Aspen and the Intercept Lot, or the free Village Shuttle service throughout Snowmass. It is best to get off at the Snowmass Mall stop.
If you are driving, all numbered lots along Carriage Way and the Base Village Parking Garage offer free parking during the summer months. If you park in the garage, you can ride the free Sky Cab Gondola (known as the Skittles) between Base Village and the Snowmass Mall. Free parking is also available at Town Park Station and the Brush Creek Park & Ride (Intercept Lot), with free shuttles to the Snowmass Mall and Base Village. For more event parking information, please click here.