Ivan Neville brings his all star band Dumpstaphunk for the first show of the Steamboat Springs Free Summer Concert series
The concerts start around 5pm with an opening band, and the main act usually finishes around 9 or 9:15pm. From Lincoln Avenue (US HWY 40) in downtown Steamboat Springs, turn toward the Yampa River on 5th street, cross the bridge about two blocks down, turn right, and you’re pointing towards the Howelsen Hill parking area.
What can I bring to the concert?
You can bring a chair or blanket to sit on, and all ages are welcome.
What can’t I bring to the concert?
Food, beverages and dogs aren’t allowed at the shows.
What can kids do besides watch the show and hang out?
There is a kid’s play area for burning off youthful energy.
What about food and beverages?
Food and drinks, including beer available for sale at the show. Beer sales support the concert series and future series.
Is there an ATM on-site?
Yes, there is an ATM on-site.
What about smoking?
NO SMOKING in the concert site per City of Steamboat Springs law.
Is this like Woodstock?
The concerts are kinda like Woodstock. Here’s how they’re different:
WE RECYCLE! We are proud to offer recycling of all bottles, cans and your beer cups! Look for the Waste Management recycle bins placed throughout the site.
We’re committed to this community: Please bring a non-perishable food item or cash donation for our local Lift-Up Food Bank.
This is an all-volunteer coordinated event. To keep the concerts free and flowing a bunch of volunteers round up sponsors, line up food and beverage vendors, and fill in all the gaps so that whoever needs to be paid can, and whoever can help out, knows how to. Please remember this with respect to the food and beverage vendors. A portion of your food & beverage purchases go towards helping keep the music alive!