New Tuesday night music series begins at Glenwood Hot Springs
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What: Sunset Sounds concert series.
When: 6-9 p.m. Tuesdays through Labor Day.
Where: Glenwood Hot Springs, 401 N. River St., Glenwood Springs.
Cost: Concert-goes pay reduced 6 p.m. admission price of $16.
More information: Visit http://www.hotspringspool.com.
GLENWOOD SPRINGS — Glenwood Hot Springs will host Sunset Sounds, a new music series, every Tuesday from 6 to 9 p.m. through Labor Day. The weekly summer concert series will feature local performers and bands playing a variety of musical genres, from classic rock ’n’ roll to blues and soul.
Soak up the sounds
Visitors are invited to swim and soak up the sounds on Tuesday evenings as the sun sets over Red Mountain. The stage will be set up on the north side, at about the midway point of the big pool. Visitors pay the reduced 6 p.m. admission price of $16, rather than the full-day rate, and can either partake of the mineral hot springs or simply sit back and enjoy the sounds from the deck.
“We are thrilled to be adding music to our repertoire of offerings,” said Jeremy Gilley, director of sales and revenue for Glenwood Hot Springs and Spa of the Rockies. “Historically, Glenwood Hot Springs has hosted big bands and other musical groups over the years. It’s a great tradition to revive and one we hope our guests will enjoy all summer long.”
Work in progress
Being the first year for the series, the resort is still working out the details in booking musical acts, but check the Glenwood Hot Springs website at http://www.hotsprings pool.com for upcoming performers.
Concert-goers can park in Lot A at 152 W. Sixth Street, located just west of Tequila’s Restaurant, and take the resort’s Hot Springs Hopper shuttle to the pool’s main entrance. The shuttle provides continuous door-to-door service until 10:30 p.m.
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