This summer season, the Snowmass Free Concert Series celebrates 30 years of live music!
This local’s favorite, long standing summer tradition, returns to Fanny Hill every Thursday evening at 6:30pm, June 16-August 25.
The weekly outdoor series features genres including soul, pop, funk, rock & roll, country, bluegrass, and folk, with special nods to Fanny Hill concert’s past.
Grab dinner before or pack a picnic and check out our new shipping container bars. We can’t wait to celebrate summer with you on Fanny Hill!
2022 Summer Lineup:
June 16 Hot Buttered Rum (progressive bluegrass)
June 23 MarchFourth (funk, rock, jazz)
June 30 The Altons (Latin, soul, rock)
July 3 (Sunday) Hazel Miller [In conjunction with Independence Day Weekend Celebration] (blues, pop, gospel)
July 7 Los Mocochetes (Chicano funk)
July 14 Chain Station (bluegrass)
July 21 Jemere Morgan (reggae)
July 28 Dwayne Dopsie & the Zydeco Hellraisers (zydeco)
August 4 Taylor Ashton Trio (folk)
August 11 Freddy Jones Band (rock)
August 18 Spazmatics (80’s cover, tribute, parody)
August 25 Pimps of Joytime (soul)
August 27 (Saturday) The Velveteers with opener Claire Heywood (In conjunction with Snowmass Rendezvous)
Some Snowmass Free Concert Do’s and Don’t’s:
No Pets: Dogs have very acute hearing and the loud noise can actually be harmful to your pet. In compliance with ADA Guidelines, service animals are permitted inside the venue and must remain with their owners. This does NOT include emotional support animals, comfort animals and therapy dogs.
Drinks are sold on site, including water and alcoholic beverages. While outside alcohol is not permitted, sealed, non-alcoholic beverages are allowed (no glass, please!). Feel free to bring your empty water bottle, we have a water filling station available inside the venue!
No outside alcohol is permitted. There is a staffed bar inside the venue where you can purchase alcoholic beverages (all canned items…beer, wine, & cocktails). Alcoholic beverages can only be purchased by someone 21 years old or older. Proper ID will be required and checked to receive a wristband before purchasing alcohol. Alcohol may NOT leave the concert venue.
What to bring: We suggest a picnic blanket or low chairs to sit on, and a jacket or sweater for after the sun goes down. Maybe an umbrella or jacket for any inclement weather. Many Snowmass restaurants in Base Village and The Mall offer take out for the perfect concert dinner picnic. Arriving early? Check out the patios at Stew Pot, Venga Venga or Ranger Station on The Mall or Base Village, Limelight and mix6 in Base Village for drinks and apps while you wait for your squad.
Concerts are held on the Fanny Hill Concert Stage at the end of the Snowmass Mall. Free parking is available at Town Park Station and the Brush Creek Intercept Lot, with free shuttles to the Snowmass Mall and Base Village. Additional options include, 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, the Base Village Parking Garage offer free (limited) parking during the summer months. From the garage, you can ride the free Sky Cab Gondola (known as the Skittles) from Base Village to the Snowmass Mall.
For more event parking information, please click here.