Beaver Creek Music Experience continues Wednesday |

Beaver Creek Music Experience continues Wednesday

Daily staff report
Hazel Miller returns to the Beaver Creek stage on Aug. 5 as part of the Beaver Creek Music Experience. The free concerts continue on Wednesdays through Aug. 12.
Zach Mahone | Special to the Daily |

BEAVER CREEK — After soulful and rockin’ performances by The Caleb Dean Band, Von Stomper and Tizer Trio, Beaver Creek Music Experience presented by Alpine Bank lays out three more performances for the summer on Wednesday nights through Aug. 12. Free yoga and an intimate music experience take place every Wednesday in and around Beaver Creek Village.

Starting at 4:30 p.m., yogis of all levels are invited to free outdoor yoga at Centennial Park on the grass next to Buckaroo Express Gondola. Yoga classes last until 5:30 p.m., presented by instructors from The Club at Allegria Spa in Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort and Spa. Some mats will be available for use; bringing your own mat, water bottle and sunscreen is encouraged. If in the case of inclement weather, then the class will be held inside at The Club at Allegria Spa and a maximum of 20 persons can be accommodated, so arriving early is recommended.

Concert Gates Open at 5 p.m.

Concert gates will be open at 5 p.m. on Wednesday for Floridian singer and songwriter Matt Hires, who performs in the heart of Beaver Creek Village by Beaver Creek Ice Rink on the stage. Hires has toured and supported such artists as Needtobreathe, Matchbox Twenty, The Goo Goo Dolls, Paolo Nutini and Eric Hutchinson, and his songs have been placed in popular TV shows such as “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Private Practice,” “Cougartown,” “Life Unexpected” and “When in Rome.” Hires is constantly putting out new music and was influenced by Dashboard Confessional, The Get Up Kids, Bob Dylan and Tom Petty.

Aug. 5 marks the return of Hazel Miller to Beaver Creek Ice Rink as she shows off her stunning, powerful and moving voice to the sounds of blues, jazz, pop and gospel. Miller rose to the top of the music scene in Louisville, Kentucky, and has taken Colorado by storm, with 5280 Magazine readers making her their choice for best band in 2010, among many other awards including one of the top 150 people who make Denver a better place to live, bestowed by the mayor in 2008. Since moving to Colorado in 1984, she has regularly performed with Big Head Todd and the Monsters.

Participate in The Longevity Project

The Longevity Project is an annual campaign to help educate readers about what it takes to live a long, fulfilling life in our valley. This year Kevin shares his story of hope and celebration of life with his presentation Cracked, Not Broken as we explore the critical and relevant topic of mental health.

For the last performance of the summer on Aug. 12, The Crane Wives from Grand Rapids, Michigan, return to Creekside Park in Beaver Creek with their homegrown indie-folk-rock sounds. Combining strong poetic vocals, bass guitar, percussion and a three-part harmony, they cascade a unique, dynamic sound. They received local critical acclaim for their first two self-produced albums and are working on another album. Their music is said to traverse innovative territory ranging from quiet ballads to danceable grooves.

All music performances go from 6 to 7:15 p.m. and are free. The Charter and The Borders Lodge specifically offer specials around the Beaver Creek Music Experience and can be found through Beaver Creek’s Summer Escape Offer, which saves guests up to 35 percent off of lodging if booked by Aug. 15; visit for all vacation packages and to book.

For more information on the Beaver Creek Music Experience in Beaver Creek and other summer events and activities, visit or call the Beaver Creek Information Center at 970-754-4636.

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