Xavier Rudd, Tokyo Police Club and Cold War Kids to perform free concerts at GoPro Games | VailDaily.com

Xavier Rudd, Tokyo Police Club and Cold War Kids to perform free concerts at GoPro Games

VAIL — The Vail Valley Foundation, organizer of the annual GoPro Mountain Games, is pleased to announce the preliminary music line-up for this year’s event. In its thirteenth year, the GoPro Mountain Games has grown to be considered the country’s largest celebration of adventure sports, music and the mountain lifestyle. The event is scheduled for June 5-8, featuring three nights of free concerts from the heart of Vail Village, alongside more than 3,000 athletes competing across 25 sports for prize money exceeding $110,000.

The free Bud Light Mountains of Music outdoor concert series kicks off on June 5 with Australian singer and songwriter Xavier Rudd. Indie rock bands, Tokyo Police Club and Cold War Kids, perform June 6 and June 7, respectively.

‘Our Best Line-Up Ever’

“Free music has always been a big component of the GoPro Mountain Games and this year we’re excited to present our best concert line-up ever,” said Mike Imhof, senior vice president of sales and operations at the Vail Valley Foundation. “The Cold War Kids and Tokyo Police Club put on great shows and this will be their first time playing Vail. Xavier Rudd has proven to be one of our most popular acts and we’re happy to welcome him back for the Thursday night concert.”

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“We are thrilled to elevate the overall concert activation and artist experience at the upcoming GoPro Mountain Games,” said Justin Wilkenfeld, GoPro’s director of lifestyle marketing. “It is a natural progression to combine our passion for adventure with our love for music. Vail offers a beautiful backdrop to capture the on-mountain excitement, as well as epic music moments on stage and behind the scenes of this weekend-long festival.”

Registration for the GoPro Mountain Games is available at http://www.gopromountaingames.com. Spectating at the GoPro Mountain Games, and all concerts are free and open to the public.

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