Snowmass crowd

Snowmass Tourism announced its full summer concert lineup Monday, filling out who will play the free shows on Thursday nights and at other dates throughout the summer.

Snowmass Tourism on Monday released its full lineup for this summer’s free concert series. The first of 11 consecutive Thursday concerts will kick off this week. A bonus concert in place of the annual Deaf Camp and Benefit, called Rock for a Reason, will take place on Saturday, July 13. Nonprofits from throughout the Roaring Fork Valley can advocate for and promote their organizations as part of the inaugural event.

The Aspen Camp of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing are again the beneficiaries of profits from alcoholic beverage sales at the Snowmass Concert Series.

Also new this summer, patrons can purchase a $10 reusable aluminum cup aimed to help to minimize waste. Cupholders will receive $1 off the cost of refills.

In its 28th year, the 2019 Snowmass Free Concert Series will feature musical genres including country, reggae, indie, folk, R&B, jazz and rock. A full rundown of the 2019 lineup can be found below. All shows begin at 6:30 p.m. Visit for more.


Pictured here, the band Heavy Diamond Ring performs for beer fest attendees and local residents during the first concert of the summer in Snowmass Village Saturday evening.

Snowmass Free Concert Series lineup

Thursday, June 13 - Seranation (reggae-rock) in conjunction with

Cochon 555’s Rustic Grind event

Thursday, June 20 - Whitacre (bluegrass/folk/indie rock)

Thursday, June 27 - Orquesta Akokán (mambo/son Cubano)

Thursday, July 4 - Here Come The Mummies (Jazz/Funk) in conjunction

with Snowmass’ Fourth of July community celebration

Thursday, July 11 - Hazel Miller Band (jazz/blues)

Saturday, July 13 - “Rock for a Reason: The Greatest Hits on Earth –

Live!” presents Spectrum of Soul featuring Skip Martin (formerly of Kool & The Gang) and special guests R&B/funk/jazz

Thursday, July 18 - Satsang (soul/folk rock/hip-hop) in conjunction with

Yoga on the Mountain

Thursday, July 25 - The Lao Tizer Band (jazz/rock/jam band)

Thursday, August 1 - McKenna Faith (country)

Thursday, August 8 - Scooter Brown Band (country)

Thursday, August 15 - The Samples (reggae influenced rock/pop)

Thursday, August 22 - New Orleans Suspects (New Orleans funk/jazz)