Big Head Todd and the Monsters complete Vail Snow Daze lineup
November 15, 2013
VAIL — Colorado rock band Big Head Todd and the Monsters completes the entertainment lineup for Vail Snow Daze, Vail's annual festival to kick off the winter season. Vail Snow Daze takes place Dec. 9-15.
Formed in Colorado in 1986, Big Head Todd and the Monsters have played together for nearly three decades, first gaining popularity in the mountain states before catapulting into the national spotlight. The band has sold more than three million albums and headlined packed venues worldwide, including sold-out shows at Colorado's historic Red Rocks Amphitheatre. Combining a mix of musical genres with original songwriting and scorching guitar licks, Big Head Todd's success is no mystery and continues with the the band's 11th studio album, "Black Beehive," set for release in 2014.
Big Head Todd and the Monsters will join co-headliner Matisyahu on stage at Vail Snow Daze for a free live concert on Dec. 14. Rebelution, with opening act MiM0SA, play on Dec. 13.
All Vail Snow Daze concerts are free of charge and will be held at Vail's Ford Park. The schedule of activities for Vail Snow Daze will also include the return of the sponsor expo village and gear demos at the base of Gondola One, Dec. 13-15, as well as apres and after-dark parties in the town of Vail throughout the week.
Private reserve tickets are available for purchase and include a preferred viewing area, private entrance, complimentary food and beverage and a rocking party. Visit http://www.vail.com/snowdaze for more information.
For more information on Vail Snow Daze, including the full schedule of events, visit http://www.vail.com/snowdaze. For more information about Vail Mountain, visit http://www.vail.com or call 970-754-8245.
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