Join us this Summer for more music!
Join us for our 2023 music on the mountain series at Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park. Each date of the series will feature a different local band and sponsor a different local non-profit. Tickets up the gondola after 4PM are discounted to $5, and all proceeds that day go directly to the non-profit organization listed! Discounted tickets must be purchased directly from the ticket office.
See the series line up below:
Saturday June 24th, 6pm-9pm, That Eighties Band
Denver is home to That Eighties Band, one of the most popular 80’s tribute bands in America. The group has performed over 1,800 concerts across the United States.
Nonprofit guest – Roundup River Ranch
We make campers with serious illnesses feel like ordinary kids. Giggling, laughing, conspiring, arrow-shooting, horseback-riding, art-creating kids. We help campers and their families enjoy the gift of extraordinarily joyful moments, lasting friendships, newfound courage, and memories that remain long after the last s’more is devoured.
Saturday July 1st, 6pm-9pm, The Other Brothers
OTHER BROTHERS unites members of the Colorado music scene to honor one of America’s greatest musical legacies: The Allman Brothers Band. Other Brothers assembles members of JJ Grey & Mofro, Circles Around The Sun, and John Oates Band, as well as the core of the original Derek Trucks Band — to capture the spirit and invoke the furious musical interplay pioneered by the Brothers on classics like “Dreams,””Jessica,” and “Whipping Post.” Expect the hits, but also be prepared for ABB music that you won’t hear anywhere else — especially like this.
Nonprofit guest – Bristlecone Arts Collaborative
BRISTLECONE ARTS COLLABORATIVE IS A 501(C)3 NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION DEDICATED TO ENRICHING RURAL COMMUNITIES THROUGH THE ARTS BY PARTNERING WITH VISUAL ARTS PROGRAMS IN K-12 PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
Saturday July 8th, 6pm-9pm, Wild Flight
Wild Flight is a roots rock band from Western Colorado. Eric Gross and Emily Jurick write and perform the band’s original songs. The band mixes in unique arrangements of covers of classic rock and blues and jazz songs. Wild Flight leaves a lasting impression on listeners.
Nonprofit guest – Advocate Safehouse Project
To promote healthy relationships free from violence as we strive to overcome imbalances through advocacy, collaboration, education, and shelter.
Sunday July 9th, 4pm-7pm, School of Rock
School of Rock presents “Sounds Like Teen Spirit” is a hard-rocking salute to the music of the 90’s through present day performed live and on stage by some of the most talented teenage musicians in the country.
Nonprofit guest – Colorado Animal Rescue
Colorado Animal Rescue (C.A.R.E.) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit animal care organization located in Glenwood Springs, Colorado. We serve Garfield County, the city of Glenwood Springs, and the Roaring Fork Valley. Every animal has a loving home in a community united by the responsible care of healthy, happy, and thriving pets.
Saturday July 15th, 6pm-9pm, The Goodman Band
Gerry Goodman Band plays classic rock, blues and Stevie Ray Vaughn with a passion and excitement that makes this powerhouse trio a park favorite.
The combination of Gerry Goodman, Paul Barker and Bruce Safken really got it goin on.
Nonprofit guest – For the Good
We work to help people and communities in Kenya improve their lives by partnering with villages in rural, remote and disadvantaged regions to keep girls in school so they are enabled and emboldened to drive their own lives. Our community-based approach has ranked us as a GlobalGiving Top-Rated Charity NGO and earned us a Candid/Guidestar Platinum Seal of Transparency three years running.
Saturday July 22nd, 6pm-9pm, HWY 82
Haggard, Waylon, Dwight. A rich voice, the twang of electric guitar and steel, a rolicking piano and pulse of bass and drums. Old songs, favorite songs, new songs. Played for the love of it all.
Nonprofit guest – Return to Dirt
Return to Dirt reunites a disabled athlete with a part of themselves that can only be found in nature. For many of our athletes, outdoor recreation is unattainable because of any number of physical limitations. With our equipment, expertise and team, we can provide accessibility in otherwise inaccessible environments.
Saturday July 29th, 6pm-9pm, Titonic
Titonic is an 8-piece Funk/Soul/R&B band (with horns) from Fort Collins, CO. Titonic plays top hits from artists including: Stevie Wonder, Aretha Franklin, Tower of Power, Steely Dan, and The Doobie Brothers to name a few. Titonic was formed in March of 2019 by lead singer Monique Ford. Titonic is still growing their local presence, and with their killer vocals and groovy horn section, they are surely a band to watch for in 2023. So, bring your dancing shoes and shake a tail feather or two, because Titonic will bring down the house.
Nonprofit guest – Saturday July 29th Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers
ROARING FORK OUTDOOR VOLUNTEERS promotes stewardship of our public lands by engaging our community in education, restoration, and conservation projects.
Saturday August 5th, 6pm-9pm, Cass Clayton
Cass Clayton Band blends influences of rock, funk, soul, gospel and R&B in a new way with plenty of inventive sounds and unexpected twists. Cass, along with
co-writer/producer, Taylor Scott, have been praised for their unique approach to contemporary American rock and roots music. With a voice loaded with smoky soulfulness, it’s easy to see why Cass Clayton Band is landing on some of the best stages and festivals. The band has become known for its tight chemistry and high-energy stage presence.
Nonprofit guest – Sunlight Ski Patrol
Since 1967 members of the Sunlight Ski Patrol have been providing emergency services for the skiing public. The Sunlight Volunteer Ski patrol Is 501 c3 organization.
Saturday August 12th, 6pm-9pm, Louie and The Lizards
Louie and The Lizards is a 5 piece rock and funk band that lives a comfortable existence on the edge on conventionality. They were founded in 1997 and have goals to make you dance and smile!
Nonprofit guest – The Buddy Program
At the Buddy Program, our mission is to empower youth through mentoring experiences to achieve their full potential.
Saturday August 19th, 6pm-9pm, After Midnight Jazz
Award winning clarinetist Roger Campbell leads the hottest jazz band since the Swing Era! Colorado’s Premier Swing Band is the only sextet featured in the Colorado Music Hall of Fame at Red Rocks.
Swinging hard since 1999, this extraordinary group of musicians has performed hundreds of concerts around the country for jazz festivals, clubs, weddings, summer concerts, and more. They conquer dizzying charts by the likes of Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, Lionel Hampton, Nat King Cole and Frank Sinatra. This infectious music is guaranteed to get you dancing, swinging and smiling.
Nonprofit guest – August 19th Valley Meals & More
To enhance the wellness of older adults in the region by providing access to nutritious daily meals, connection to community members and access to support services, to allow older residents to age in place, safely, independently and with dignity.
Sunday August 20th, 4pm-7pm, ZinZIn
ZINZIN is Western Colorado’s go to group for Mardi Gras, Crawfish Boils, B-B-Q’s, Dances, Fais Do Do’s, Weddings, divorce parties, and well, anytime a good time needs to be passed. Cajun Two Steps and Waltzes are the order of the day, although they throw in a variety of Louisiana styles, including Blues and Zydeco.
Nonprofit guest – Lift Up
LIFT-UP believes access to fresh, healthy and sustainable food provides hope and empowerment, strengthening our community. LIFT-UP is the leader in providing equitable food security for individuals and families; educating, building understanding and support to end hunger from Parachute to Aspen.
Saturday August 26th, 6pm-9pm, Session Americana
The group tours internationally, including an annual tour of Europe, taking their songs and hundreds more from the American songbook, on the road. Whether you catch Session Americana in a rock hall, listening room, performing arts center, or on a festival stage, you’ll be part of the mob from the intimate, raucous scene they built years ago at Toad.
Nonprofit guest – Ascendigo
Ascendigo was founded on the belief that individuals on the autism spectrum should have access to a full and rich life experience, including the activities and experiences that their neurotypical peers enjoy. Exposure to natural environments and recreation in the outdoors have enormous benefits for those with autism. In 2004, Sallie Bernard, our founder and mom to an autistic son began Extreme Sports Camp, later known as Ascendigo, a 501(c)3 nonprofit in Colorado’s beautiful Roaring Fork Valley.
Saturday September 9th, 6pm-9pm, Cash’d Out
Cash’d Out channels Johnny Cash in about as close a manner to the rea; thing as it gets. Some guys are impressionists. These guys leave an impression.
After thirteen years, traveling hundreds of thousands of miles on the road and winning over as many fans, fans who still continually tell the group how grateful they are that Cash’d Out so righteously carries the torch of the Johnny Cash Show.
Nonprofit guest – September 9th Garfield County Search and Rescue
Garfield County Search and Rescue (GCSAR) is the search and rescue resource for Garfield County, Colorado. Our mission is to find the lost, rescue the stranded and injured, recover the deceased, and educate the public on wilderness and mountain safety.
Saturday September 16th, 6pm-9pm, The Missing Link Band
The Missing Link Band has been entertaining crowds throughout the Roaring Fork Valley and the Western Colorado since 2005. Their set list contains Classics from all genres and generations and it reflects their desire to appeal to the widest variety of music lovers as possible. The Missing Link Band is the only band to have played every Music on the Mountain since its inception.
Nonprofit guest – Glenwood Springs Youth Hockey Association
Youth Hockey provides our youth the opportunity to learn and play hockey. As a
non-profit organization we also have governance and management
responsibilities. Grizzly Hockey is about the players and their athletic
endeavors, but is also about our responsibilities as coaches, mentors, parents,
and members of USA Hockey.
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