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6 Aug 2019
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Summit County is known for its year-round recreational activities but did you know it’s also known for its world-class music festivals? Put on your dancing shoes and head to the hills - Summit County is moving to the sound of music among the mountains!

The annual Keystone Bluegrass and Beer Fest brings true mountain music and local beers together in River Run Village every August. Over 40 Colorado craft breweries and three stages of live music featuring acts from around the country make up Colorado’s longest-running bluegrass and beer festival.

Dance the day (and night) away at Mountain Town Music Festival in Keystone with free live music from nationally recognized artists. Celebrate the end of summer and harvest season in Colorado with free live music and local vendors at this uniquely Summit County festival.

Between July and August, Breckenridge Music Festival features a resident ensemble of 45 professional musicians offering traditional and contemporary music throughout different venues around town. From Tiny Porch Concerts to free musical activities for children to multidisciplinary art collaborations, there is something for everyone at the Breckenridge Music Festival. 

The annual Guitar Town at Copper Mountain includes three days of acoustic and electric performances, workshops for all ages and skill levels, and activities for children. All events are free but registration for workshops is suggested.

An annual Labor Day tradition, Copper Country Music Festival features live music from nationally recognized acts, kids activities, and local vendors. Perfect for the whole family!

Don’t miss the music just because there is snow on the ground! Arapahoe Basin’s Shakin at the Basin Concert Series celebrates springtime in the Rockies. Held every Saturday afternoon in May, free live music and local vendors take over the plaza at the heart of A-Basin.

If you live for live music, then Summit County is the place to be! Book your River Ridge Rentals accommodations today!

Photo credit to Copper County and Keystone Festivals.