Rendezvous Music Festival coming to Beav’ Sept. 19-20
BEAVER CREEK — Rendezvous Music Festival is coming to Beaver Creek Sept 19-20. This marks the first year of the full-scale event, which features performances by nationally known singer-songwriters.
The festival features outdoor stages, shows at the Vilar Performing Arts Center, intimate house concerts and food and wine.
Confirmed performers include Dawes, Jason Isbell, Patty Griffin, Wade Bowen, Paper Bird, Jackopierce, Andrew Ripp, Kylie Rae Harris and Michaelis. Additional talent will be announced in the coming weeks. For breaking news regarding the festival, sign up to receive email updates through http://www.rendezvousbc.com, where you can also purchase tickets, available now. Three ticket options for the festival are available: weekend tickets, Saturday-only tickets and Strawberry Park general admission.
Weekend tickets are $145 per person and allow admittance into all festival locations and events that take place during the two-day festival. The weekend ticket package includes the Sept. 19 “An Evening In The Rockies” event featuring live music and wine pairings at private luxury homes in Beaver Creek Village. “An Evening In The Rockies” will serve as the kickoff for the weekend and begins at 5 p.m. Saturday’s Strawberry Park Outdoor Stage is included for weekend ticket holders, with doors opening at noon and shows ending at 6:30 p.m. This stage will feature performances by Dawes, Jason Isbell, Paper Bird, Wade Bowen, Kylie Rae Harris and more. Weekend ticket holders will enjoy two complimentary drinks during the Strawberry Park outdoor stage performances, and also receive a commemorative Rendezvous Music Festival blanket. Weekend tickets include admittance to the Vilar Performing Arts Center with performances beginning at 7:30 p.m. Confirmed performances for the Vilar show include Jackopierce, Andrew Ripp and Patty Griffin. Weekend ticket holders will also enjoy entry to a private reception prior to the Vilar show where they can enjoy complimentary beverages and mingle with the artists. Attendees are encouraged to purchase these two-day passes early as a very limited number of weekend tickets are available. At this time, early bird tickets are available for $125 and will only be available while supplies last.
Saturday-only tickets are $95 per person and offer admittance into shows scheduled for Sept. 20. These tickets include the Strawberry Park outdoor stage show which runs from noon to 6:30 p.m. featuring Dawes, Jason Isbell, Paper Bird, Wade Bowen and Kylie Rae Harris with more performers to be announced. Saturday passes also include admittance into the Vilar Performing Arts Center, which begins at 7:30 p.m. and features performances by Jackopierce, Andrew Ripp and Patty Griffin. An early bird rate of $75 per ticket is now available and will be in effect until June 1 or while supplies last.
Strawberry Park general admission is $35 per person and is for Saturday’s outdoor Strawberry Park stage show only. The outdoor event will take place from noon to 6:30 p.m. and include performances by Dawes, Jason Isbell, Paper Bird, Wade Bowen, Kylie Rae Harris and many more. Currently, an early bird rate of $25 per Strawberry Park general admission ticket is available. The early bird rate will be in effect until June 1 or while supplies last.
“We’re excited about the opportunity to partner with Beaver Creek Resort Company to create a weekend of music throughout the village. Our vision is to saturate Beaver Creek with music, bringing a unique experience to fans by hosting performances in one-of-a-kind settings including private homes, slope-side stages and the Vilar Performing Arts Center,” said Be Music and Entertainment President Michael Blanton.
To purchase tickets, visit http://www.rendezvousbc.com. An additional service fee is added to all ticket sales at checkout. Tickets can also be purchased at the gate providing tickets are still available. Follow the Rendezvous Music Festival on Facebook and Twitter.
Be Live Events, the company putting on the event, is a division of Be Music and Entertainment/LBK in Nashville, Tennessee. Be Music and Entertainment is an artist development company that focuses on artist management, production, publishing and live events.
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