Enjoy live music all weekend long at Beaver Creek’s inaugural Hike to the Mic, September 15 – 17, 2017!
The event culminates in an unforgettable mountain-top concert Saturday afternoon with Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Elvis Costello & the Imposters, along with Colorado-based favorite, Elephant Revival.
This resort-wide celebration of music, art and the outdoors kicks off Friday with live music, art installations and alfresco dining offerings in Beaver Creek Village. Enjoy live music from local, six piece band, the Altitones.
Saturday’s headlining concert experience is an adventure for all the senses. While you can choose which journey best suits your style, all paths lead to the stunning concert venue.
The mountain-top location boasts a 10,000 foot elevation and stunning panoramic views of the resplendent Rocky Mountains at peak fall foliage. Venue and refreshment tents open at 12pm and music starts at 1pm.
Headliner Elvis Costello will perform with his band, The Imposters. Costello says this will be the most breathtaking venue he’s played in 40 years of performing for live audiences around the globe. He’ll be performing reincarnations of their 1983 album, “Imperial Bedroom”, dubbed a masterpiece upon its release and ranked 166th on Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Albums list.
Kicking off the high elevation concert is Elephant Revival, a multi-instrumentalist quintet with music that mixes elements of gypsy, Celtic, Americana and folk.
General admission is $65. VIP Admission is $300 and includes an indoor VIP lounge with complimentary select alcoholic beverages and light appetizers as well as access to front row viewing locations and an elevated viewing deck. Learn more about these ticket options and make your purchase here.
When the concert concludes at 5pm, return to the Village-wide afterparty complete with even more live music, art and dining. The Main Squeeze performs at 7pm in the center of Beaver Creek Village, with a funk infused blend of soul, hip-hop and rock.
Get your final outdoor and art fix on Sunday as the event closes out with live art demonstrations and complimentary outdoor fitness classes!
Revel in your favorite outdoor activities in the midst of Beaver Creek’s fall foliage, all while enjoying world-class live music at Beaver Creek’s inaugural Hike to the Mic, September 15 – 17, 2017. From hiking and biking, to 4×4 Adventure Tours and yoga, you’ll earn your right to indulge in a weekend full of art, music and food. Free outdoor fitness classes Find your balance on Saturday and Sunday from 9-11:30 a.m. at the center of Beaver Creek Village with complimentary fitness classes from local favorites Revolution Power Yoga and Pure Barre, presented by Supergoop!. Visit our schedule to find out all of
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