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Forgot to mention, the $10 went towards local charities American 300 and Steamboat STARS.
Tickets only are sold locally for the Musicfest each year, one day only at All That. I bought one myself for last years fest...believe it was $285, which allowed you into any of the events offered all week long. In order to know what day those tix went on sale, I just signed up for the Musicfest newsletter and waited until it was announced.
This year, the Chief theater had several official Musicfest acts play all week long at 7PM shows, tix were open to the public and only cost $10.
We saw a lot of great music at the Chief this last week, Kev Russell of Shinyribs, Kevin Galloway of Uncle Lucius, William Clark Green, Shane Smith, Randy Rodgers, Wade Bowen, Dirty River Boys, Gary P. Nunn and several others.
Have to say, really well done video.
As the poster says and the Chief website...http://www.chieftheater.org/?page_id=101 the cover appears to be $15.
I concur with Mark, pretty important for me to not waste time driving to Denver to fly out. This last spring with Republic has been the most challenging season I have had flying out of HDN in 6 years or so (I actually drove to Denver once, first time in 6 years). In my experience, I have not had significant delays in the layover in DEN unless of course my first Republic flight out of HDN was not delayed or cancelled. After this spring/summer with Republic, I am looking forward to winter season and more direct flights for sure.
I would rather see the city spend money on moving those ugly power lines.
Hmm, I don't mind that add on cost for night skiing, but I was really hoping to take advantage of night skiing during the week as I work M/F, 9-5...I already ride during the day on Sat/Sun, so don't really see my self doing it those nights.
Maybe the days offered will change over time so M/F 9-5'ers can take advantage of the late hours.
Excited about this one!! Support the Chief!!
I agree with Jerry, I was all in, but its a bit disappointing that my season pass will not cover it.
At first I thought I would never ski at night, but after thinking about my 9-5 job, M-F, you know what, I might go makes some turns in the evening if the snow is good.
Also, if it provides more employment hours for locals which I imagine it would, not only for Ski Corp, but more business for spots such as Slopeside/Saketumi etc, I am all for it.
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