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STEVIE NICKS

ERIC CHURCH

KINGS OF LEON

Stevie Nicks

Snowmass Town Park

Words… and Music… By Stevie Nicks

I began thinking about making this record in February of this year because I had about five months before Fleetwood Mac rehearsals started in August. We didn’t have a year to hang out and work on music like I usually do. I had about 40 songs originally done in demo form from 1969-1987 and ’94 and ’95. I thought we could certainly make an album from this collection –probably three albums. Many of the songs were already out there on the internet and fans have been asking for them for years through fan sites and letters. I used to make cassettes of my music and give them to anybody. But to know that these songs were finally going to be recorded with the same love they were originally done when they were demos –that was joyous for me. I narrowed it down to 30 and had to keep weeding out. I think Waddy hit it on the head when he said, “Stevie really writes one very long song. They’re all involved with each other. Each song is a lifetime… Each song has a soul… Each song has a purpose. Each song is a love story… They represent my life behind the scenes, the secrets, the broken hearts, the brokenhearted and the survivors… These songs are the memories –the 24 Karat gold rings in the blue box… These songs are for you.”

You usually don’t write songs about being super happy… When you write a song or a book, it’s usually when someone walks away. I think that’s the first moment you start to think about it not working out and you start to write. The relationship may go on for longer but you’ve already started writing in your head because you see the future… Other times, you know a relationship won’t work from almost the beginning but you wouldn’t trade what you shared for a million dollars…

It’s not acting…It’s never acting… It’s the reason I go onstage and sing Edge of 17 every night since ’81 or Gold Dust Woman. I just take myself back to that time when it was written… Sometimes I can’t remember what happened yesterday but I remember so well what happened through the whole period of time that I wrote these songs.

Regarding Fleetwood Mac, it’s going to be so great to look over to my right and see Christine behind the Hammond organ… I’ve missed her so much… I never thought she’d come back… She said she was never coming back… But she started seeing a therapist and one day she had an epiphany. I think he said, “What are you doing staying out in your castle, Guenivere… What are you doing out there? You need to come back and start living life… Go back to the band…” At that time, it was Mick, John, Lindsey and I touring… She called up and asked, “What would you think if I came back to the band?” And I said, “Chris, it is your band… Get a trainer…” So she got a trainer and she’s been working out for the last six months and she’s stronger than all of us. She’s going to leave us in the dust.

https://www.stevienicksofficial.com/

Eric Church

Snowmass Town Park

The three-time Country Music Association and six-time Academy of Country Music Award winner released his highly-anticipated album Desperate Man atop the Billboard Country Albums chart in late 2018, earning praise as one of the year’s top albums by American Songwriter, Billboard, Entertainment Weekly, Variety, Stereogum, The Los Angeles Times, NPR, Rolling Stone, USA Today and Vulture, among others. The album, featuring his most recent No. 1 hit “Some Of It,” also debuted at No. 5 on the all-genre Billboard 200. Rolling Stone describes it as “classic Church: expertly crafted and country-radio-friendly, while also pushing boundaries in a way that sounds natural and unforced” and American Songwriter notes that it “sublimates the pain of a tumultuous year into his most adventuresome album yet.” Church also returned to the road this year for his critically-acclaimed Double Down Tour, with back-to-back nights of two unique shows sans-opening act giving fans 6+ hours of his iconic music in each city. The tour recently featured a massive stop at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, where he broke the venue’s concert attendance record with more than 56,000 fans just two weeks before awing the same stadium’s audience with a 30-minute, solo acoustic CMA Fest set featuring a medley of 17 hits.

https://www.ericchurch.com/

Kings Of Leon

Snowmass Town Park

Since their debut in 2003, Kings of Leon (Caleb (guitar/vocals), Nathan (drums), Jared (bass) and Matthew Followill (guitar)) have released seven albums (Youth & Young Manhood (2003), Aha Shake Heartbreak (2004), Because of the Times (2007), Only by the Night (2008), Come Around Sundown (2010), Mechanical Bull (2013) and WALLS (2016)), and sold over 21 million albums and over 38 million singles worldwide. The multi-platinum selling band has had five singles on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, all seven of their studio albums on Billboard’s 200 list and five singles that reached #1 on Modern Rock radio. Their seventh album WALLS debuted in October at #1 in the US, UK, Canada, New Zealand, Ireland and Austria, and top 3 in more than 10 countries, including Germany and Australia. In addition, they have had seven Grammy Nominations, four Grammy Award wins, three NME Awards, two Brit Awards and one Juno Award. They have toured all over the world, selling out top venues and headlining major festivals such as Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, Austin City Limits and visit

https://www.kingsofleon.com/

ANNOUNCING SOON!

MAREN MORRIS

ANNOUNCING SOON!

Maren Morris

Snowmass Town Park

Maren Morris is one of the leading voices in country music today—armed with incredible vocal stylings that reflect her country, folk and pop influences, sheer talent, honest lyrics and a strong presence. Morris’ latest album GIRL, released in March 2019 via Columbia Nashville, was recently named Album of the Year at the 53rd Annual Country Music Association Awards, where Morris was the most nominated artist. The album shattered the record for the largest ever debut streaming week for a country album by a woman with 23.96 million streams and debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart and No. 4 on the Billboard 200. It features history-making title track “GIRL” which had the highest debut on Billboard’s Country Streaming Songs chart by a female artist and the highest weekly streams by a female country artist ever. GIRL comes three years after Morris’ breakout, Gold-certified debut album Hero and explores how her life has changed since then—a skyrocketing career, falling in love, becoming engaged and then married—and the highs and lows in between. She won a Grammy Award for Best Country Solo Performance at the 59th Grammy Awards, was named New Artist of the Year at the 50th Annual CMA Awards, Top Country Female Artist at the 2018 Billboard Music Awards and New Female Vocalist of the Year at the 52nd Academy of Country Music Awards. Morris was also the most-played female artist on country radio in 2017 and 2018. The 29-year-old from Arlington, Texas got her start playing in bars around her hometown and quickly made a name for herself with Hero and its Platinum-selling “My Church,” Gold-selling “80s Mercedes” and “I Could Use A Love Song.” Hero and its singles topped charts nationwide, set Country radio records, and were some of the most critically-acclaimed works of 2016.

https://www.marenmorris.com/

STEVIE NICKS

Stevie Nicks

Sunday September 6, 2020

Snowmass Town Park

Words… and Music… By Stevie Nicks

I began thinking about making this record in February of this year because I had about five months before Fleetwood Mac rehearsals started in August. We didn’t have a year to hang out and work on music like I usually do. I had about 40 songs originally done in demo form from 1969-1987 and ’94 and ’95. I thought we could certainly make an album from this collection –probably three albums. Many of the songs were already out there on the internet and fans have been asking for them for years through fan sites and letters. I used to make cassettes of my music and give them to anybody. But to know that these songs were finally going to be recorded with the same love they were originally done when they were demos –that was joyous for me. I narrowed it down to 30 and had to keep weeding out. I think Waddy hit it on the head when he said, “Stevie really writes one very long song. They’re all involved with each other. Each song is a lifetime… Each song has a soul… Each song has a purpose. Each song is a love story… They represent my life behind the scenes, the secrets, the broken hearts, the brokenhearted and the survivors… These songs are the memories –the 24 Karat gold rings in the blue box… These songs are for you.”

You usually don’t write songs about being super happy… When you write a song or a book, it’s usually when someone walks away. I think that’s the first moment you start to think about it not working out and you start to write. The relationship may go on for longer but you’ve already started writing in your head because you see the future… Other times, you know a relationship won’t work from almost the beginning but you wouldn’t trade what you shared for a million dollars…

It’s not acting…It’s never acting… It’s the reason I go onstage and sing Edge of 17 every night since ’81 or Gold Dust Woman. I just take myself back to that time when it was written… Sometimes I can’t remember what happened yesterday but I remember so well what happened through the whole period of time that I wrote these songs.

Regarding Fleetwood Mac, it’s going to be so great to look over to my right and see Christine behind the Hammond organ… I’ve missed her so much… I never thought she’d come back… She said she was never coming back… But she started seeing a therapist and one day she had an epiphany. I think he said, “What are you doing staying out in your castle, Guenivere… What are you doing out there? You need to come back and start living life… Go back to the band…” At that time, it was Mick, John, Lindsey and I touring… She called up and asked, “What would you think if I came back to the band?” And I said, “Chris, it is your band… Get a trainer…” So she got a trainer and she’s been working out for the last six months and she’s stronger than all of us. She’s going to leave us in the dust.

https://www.stevienicksofficial.com/

ERIC CHURCH

ERIC CHURCH

Saturday September 5, 2020

Snowmass Town Park

The three-time Country Music Association and six-time Academy of Country Music Award winner released his highly-anticipated album Desperate Man atop the Billboard Country Albums chart in late 2018, earning praise as one of the year’s top albums by American Songwriter, Billboard, Entertainment Weekly, Variety, Stereogum, The Los Angeles Times, NPR, Rolling Stone, USA Today and Vulture, among others. The album, featuring his most recent No. 1 hit “Some Of It,” also debuted at No. 5 on the all-genre Billboard 200. Rolling Stone describes it as “classic Church: expertly crafted and country-radio-friendly, while also pushing boundaries in a way that sounds natural and unforced” and American Songwriter notes that it “sublimates the pain of a tumultuous year into his most adventuresome album yet.” Church also returned to the road this year for his critically-acclaimed Double Down Tour, with back-to-back nights of two unique shows sans-opening act giving fans 6+ hours of his iconic music in each city. The tour recently featured a massive stop at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, where he broke the venue’s concert attendance record with more than 56,000 fans just two weeks before awing the same stadium’s audience with a 30-minute, solo acoustic CMA Fest set featuring a medley of 17 hits.

https://www.ericchurch.com/

KINGS OF LEON

KINGS OF LEON

Friday September 4, 2020

Snowmass Town Park

Since their debut in 2003, Kings of Leon (Caleb (guitar/vocals), Nathan (drums), Jared (bass) and Matthew Followill (guitar)) have released seven albums (Youth & Young Manhood (2003), Aha Shake Heartbreak (2004), Because of the Times (2007), Only by the Night (2008), Come Around Sundown (2010), Mechanical Bull (2013) and WALLS (2016)), and sold over 21 million albums and over 38 million singles worldwide. The multi-platinum selling band has had five singles on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, all seven of their studio albums on Billboard’s 200 list and five singles that reached #1 on Modern Rock radio. Their seventh album WALLS debuted in October at #1 in the US, UK, Canada, New Zealand, Ireland and Austria, and top 3 in more than 10 countries, including Germany and Australia. In addition, they have had seven Grammy Nominations, four Grammy Award wins, three NME Awards, two Brit Awards and one Juno Award. They have toured all over the world, selling out top venues and headlining major festivals such as Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, Austin City Limits and visit

https://www.kingsofleon.com/

ANNOUNCING SOON!

MAREN MORRIS

MAREN MORRIS

Sunday September 6, 2020

Snowmass Town Park

Maren Morris is one of the leading voices in country music today—armed with incredible vocal stylings that reflect her country, folk and pop influences, sheer talent, honest lyrics and a strong presence. Morris’ latest album GIRL, released in March 2019 via Columbia Nashville, was recently named Album of the Year at the 53rd Annual Country Music Association Awards, where Morris was the most nominated artist. The album shattered the record for the largest ever debut streaming week for a country album by a woman with 23.96 million streams and debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart and No. 4 on the Billboard 200. It features history-making title track “GIRL” which had the highest debut on Billboard’s Country Streaming Songs chart by a female artist and the highest weekly streams by a female country artist ever. GIRL comes three years after Morris’ breakout, Gold-certified debut album Hero and explores how her life has changed since then—a skyrocketing career, falling in love, becoming engaged and then married—and the highs and lows in between. She won a Grammy Award for Best Country Solo Performance at the 59th Grammy Awards, was named New Artist of the Year at the 50th Annual CMA Awards, Top Country Female Artist at the 2018 Billboard Music Awards and New Female Vocalist of the Year at the 52nd Academy of Country Music Awards. Morris was also the most-played female artist on country radio in 2017 and 2018. The 29-year-old from Arlington, Texas got her start playing in bars around her hometown and quickly made a name for herself with Hero and its Platinum-selling “My Church,” Gold-selling “80s Mercedes” and “I Could Use A Love Song.” Hero and its singles topped charts nationwide, set Country radio records, and were some of the most critically-acclaimed works of 2016.

https://www.marenmorris.com/

ANNOUNCING SOON!

Donor (VIP) Tickets

JAS Aspen Snowmass Donor Passes get you in on the inside track and provide you with outstanding Donor privileges. Donor Passes also help JAS fulfill its mission to bring world-class renowned and emerging artists to its stages. Below is pricing and information for the 2021 Labor Day Experience. For information on becoming a JAS National Council Member please click here.
Or call 970.920.4996 for assistance in purchasing.
For general admission ticket information visit us here
Labor Day 3-Day Silver Donor Passes
$2,200 for Silver WITH Two Creeks Parking/ $2,000 for Silver WITHOUT Parking
  • One 3-Day Silver Donor Pass for the Sept. 3 – 5, 2021 Labor Day Experience
  • Open seating on the Donor patio and tent behind the gold section seating
  • Donor Tent access with afternoon grille fare, open bars, gourmet catered hors d’oeuvres, dinner & dessert
  • Access to Silver Lift – raised platform by sound board.
  • Prominent event program listing
  • Standing room only access front row to the side of stage left.
  • OPTION for PARKING PASS FOR TWO CREEKS LOT with shuttle service to site. All passengers arriving at Two Creeks must have parking option on ticket in order to receive a shuttle ticket to the venue! Any attendees arriving at Two Creeks without a parking pass ticket will not be allowed on the shuttle.
  • $1,150 tax deduction for Pass WITH Parking / $1,000 tax deduction for Pass WITHOUT Parking
Labor Day 3-Day Gold Standing Room Donor Passes
$2,700 for GOLD SRO WITH Two Creeks Parking/ $2,500 for GOLDSRO WITHOUT Parking
  • One 3-Day Gold Donor Standing Room Pass for the Sept. 3 – 5, 2021 Labor Day Experience
  • Donor Tent access with afternoon grille fare, open bars, gourmet catered hors d’oeuvres, dinner & dessert
  • Standing room only section from 5th – 10th Rows Premium Center Stage Location
  • Prominent event program listing
  • OPTION for PARKING PASS FOR TWO CREEKS LOT with shuttle service to site. *PLEASE NOTE: Parking at this level is now at the Two Creeks Lot with Shuttle to VIP Entrance* All passengers arriving at Two Creeks must have parking option on ticket in order to receive a shuttle ticket to the venue! Any attendees arriving at Two Creeks without a parking pass ticket will not be allowed on the shuttle.
  • $1,650 tax deduction for Pass WITH Parking / $1,500 tax deduction for Pass WITHOUT Parking
Labor Day 3-Day Gold Donor Passes
$3,250 for GOLD WITH Two Creeks Parking/ $3,000 for GOLD WITHOUT Parking
  • One 3-Day Gold Donor Pass for the Sept. 3 – 5, 2021 Labor Day Experience
  • Reserved table seating in Gold Section behind JAS National Council seating
  • Donor Tent access with afternoon grille fare, open bars, gourmet catered hors d’oeuvres, dinner & dessert
  • Standing room only section from 5th – 10th Rows Premium Center Stage Location
  • Prominent event program listing
  • OPTION for PARKING PASS FOR RODEO LOT within walking distance from venue entrance
  • $2,200 tax deduction for Pass WITH Parking / $2,000 tax deduction for Pass WITHOUT Parking
  • Child tickets are available for children 12 & under for $350/per day. One child’s ticket can be purchased for each adult PAID Donor ticket. Child tickets are for standing room only: no reserved seating. Kids will have access to the same areas as their paid adult Donor.
Comp adult tickets are not allowed access to discounted children tickets, your ticket will specify comp or paid amount.
For more information or to purchase Donor Passes, contact JAS at 970-920-4996, or by email cisley@jazzaspensnowmass.org

PLEASE NOTE: The cost of each VIP Donor Pass for the JAS June & Labor Day Experience (Gold, Silver or National Council) includes a fair market value component for admission to the event and a tax deductible contribution. In the event that the event is cancelled for any reason, only the fair market value component will be refunded. The tax deductible contribution will not be refunded under any circumstances, including if the event is cancelled. JAS proudly uses the tax deductible contribution in furtherance of JAS’ mission of music education and performance programming.

Friday, September 3rd – Sunday, September 5th, 2021

Our JAS Labor Day Experience brings artists from a wide range of popular genres of music: rock, heritage, country, pop and alternative to name a few. If you are looking for a more jazz focused musical lineup please take a look at our JAS June Experience and our JAS Café Series.

Part of our lineup has been released please see the Labor Day Lineup above. The remaining artists and specific dates and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
Download the JAS Aspen Snowmass App from your app store on your smartphone. The JAS Aspen Snowmass App has all the most updated information on everything JAS Labor Day, from vendors, artist info, schedules, tickets, contests and more.
JAS Labor Day Experience is located at:
Snowmass Town Park
2000 Brush Creek Road
Snowmass, CO
Each day there will be between 3-5 shows. Before and between the main stage shows there will be smaller bands playing on our side stages located throughout the venue. The JAS Aspen Snowmass App is the best way to get up to date info on when a new band is coming on.
GA/Deck:
Friday: JAS Village Opens @ 4pm, Festival Grounds @ 5pm
Saturday & Sunday: JAS Village Opens @ 1pm, Festival Grounds @ 2pm
VIP:
Friday: 5pm
Saturday & Sunday: 2pm
Shows go until about 9:30pm –10pm each night.
General Admission: 3-Day Passes available here. Single day tickets will be released at a later date, based on availability.
JAS Deck: 3-Day Passes available here. Visit us here to learn more about how to access the JAS Deck. Single day tickets will be released at a later date, based on availability.
Donor (VIP) Passes: 3-Day Silver, Gold SRO and Gold passes available nowhere. Single day tickets will be released, based on availability, closer to the beginning of summer.
JAS Deck are three-day passes that are a General Admission lawn upgraded experience. The private areas (detailed below) are located at the far-end of the General Admission lawn. Ticket holders have access to all of the General Admission areas in addition to the following benefits:
• Includes a transferable wristband or single day ticket good for entrance to the JAS Deck & General Admission access.
• Deck passes include nightly grilled fare, complimentary beer, wine and daily specialty cocktail, private bars and restrooms.
• The JAS Deck does have lounge areas and table seating, but it is on a first come, first serve basis. Your ticket does not guarantee you a seat.
• Please note: The Deck is located at the back of the Main Field & does not include stage-front viewing. Ticket holders may access the Standing Room Only (SRO) section shown above in the General Admission lawn area.
Purchase JAS Deck Passes Here
The JAS Deck is an elevated GA experience and is not considered a VIP Pass. Deck Pass Holders need to enter through the Main Festival Entrance and not the Donor (VIP) Entrance. Deck Passes do not include parking or access to the VIP Section of the event.
VIP Tickets come in the following levels: Silver, Gold SRO and Gold and each ticket has a portion that is tax-deductible. VIP Pass Holders have access to the exclusive JAS Donor (VIP) Tent where there is a separate Donor (VIP) Entrance, daily grille fare, premium open bars, live cooking stations, Standing Room Only (SRO) sections in front of the stage, reserved seating for Gold Pass Holders or open seating for Gold SRO and Silver Pass Holders and option to purchase a parking pass. Learn more by clicking on the “Donor Tickets” tab above.
Donor passes offer an out-of-this-world VIP experience, including:
• All-inclusive, chef-driven catered cuisine and live cooking stations
• Open bar with premium cocktails
• Private elevated and tented areas separate from the General Admission access
• High-top and banquet tables with chairs and comfortable views of the stage
• Option to purchase a parking pass
• A tax-deductible portion included in the ticket price
For more information and to purchase passes, see the “Donor Tickets” tab above or call the JAS office at (970) 920-4996.
Yes, if upgraded tickets are available. You can call the JAS Offices anytime during regular business hours (M-F 9 am – 5 pm) at (970) 920-4996 and we can help you upgrade.
PLEASE NOTE:
• If you are upgrading from GA or JAS Deck to VIP you will be issued a full refund from those tickets and then charged the full amount of the VIP tickets.
• If you would like to only upgrade one day from your 3-Day Pass, we will release your 3-Day Pass and charge you single day prices for the other days of the festival.
Single day tickets are not currently available for any ticket level. Single day tickets will be released, based on availability closer to the beginning of the summer. The best way to be informed of single day ticket releases please sign up for our email list here.
Yes, GA ticket prices will go up. We are currently at our Early Bird Price Level. These prices are based on availability and will move into our Mid Way price level once sold out and then will increase again to our Last Chance Price Level. We recommend get your tickets as soon as you can in order to save. JAS Deck and VIP ticket prices are subject to increase. There is a limited amount and typically sell out first. Do not wait to purchase your tickets.
ONLY IF THEY ARE AVAILABLE! Buy early! Tickets have been selling out in advance over the last four years!

Should JAS have to cancel any event due to Colorado or Pitkin County COVID related restrictions you will have the option of receiving a refund for your tickets or a credit for future rescheduled events.

GA / JAS Deck–
We have now switched over to AXS Mobile ID. You will receive your tickets via our JAS Aspen Snowmass App. These will arrive in the “Tickets” section of the app at a date closer to the festival. You will receive an email informing you when your tickets are available in the JAS App. You can have your tickets mailed to you for an additional $8 or can pick them up at Will Call during the event for an additional $6.
VIP–
You will receive your tickets as a PDF in your email. These will be sent out with your parking passes and other important information in early August. You must have them pulled up on your phone or printed out prior to coming to the festival grounds!
AXS Mobile ID is digital ticketing technology that provides the flexibility and convenience of safely and securely managing tickets online or in the JAS Aspen Snowmass App, and the preferred admission method for JAS Labor Day Experience. It eliminates paper tickets and allows you to enter the JAS venue with your AXS Mobile ID, the credit card used to purchase tickets or a valid ID (ID must be registered to the AXS account). AXS Mobile ID is currently in use at other popular Colorado venues, including Pepsi Center and Red Rocks Amphitheater and allows you to manage your tickets digitally. AXS Mobile ID gives you the ability to transfer, sell and buy seats through an official marketplace endorsed by JAS. Please see our AXS Mobile ID section for more info and details.
If you don’t have a way to access the tickets from the JAS Aspen Snowmass App you may also present another convenient form of ID –AXS registered credit card or driver’s license. Or you can pick your tickets up from Will Call. Will Call will be open at the Belly Up on Thursday, September 2, 2021 or at the festival site daily starting at noon on Friday, September 3, 2021.
GA/Deck
AXS Mobile ID:
• Estimated to be sent out before the start of the summer. You will receive an email informing you your tickets have arrived in the JAS App Standard Mail: All standard mail tickets will be sent out approximately two weeks prior to Labor Day Weekend
Will Call:
• Will Call will be open at the Belly Up on Thursday, Sept. 2, 2021 or at the festival site daily starting at noon on Friday, Sept 3, 2021.
VIP
• All tickets will be sent via email, including your parking passes, starting in early August.
You can call the JAS Office at (970) 920-4996 during regular business hours (M-F 9am –5pm MST) and we can assist you with updating any ticket info.
Yes, you can sell your tickets, we highly recommend using the AXS Mobile ID marketplace via the JAS Aspen Snowmass App for the most efficient and safe way to complete the transaction. Please visit the AXS Mobile ID FAQ to learn more.
Yes, you will be able to transfer your tickets over to anyone you like via the Ticket section in the JAS Aspen Snowmass App. You simply send the tickets to your friend or family member’s AXS email and they will instantly have access to those tickets. Please visit the AXS Mobile ID FAQ to learn more.
The only JAS approved and guaranteed way to purchase Labor Day tickets are through the AXS Mobile ID marketplace via the JAS Aspen Snowmass App. Please visit the AXS Mobile ID FAQ to learn more.
JAS can only guarantee tickets purchased from our sites or apps. If you purchase from a 3rd party or scalper we will not offer customer service, authentication or support for any passes purchased through any 3rd parties. You will only know that your 3rd party pass is valid when it successfully scans into the Venue each day. Redeeming a ticket from a 3-Day Pass purchase does not guarantee that the remaining days will be valid. Scalped passes are subject to cancellation at any time without warning.
The Will Call office locations and hours are (subject to change):
• Thursday, September 2nd:2pm –8pm (times subject to change) at Belly Up in Downtown Aspen
• Friday, September 3rd –Sunday, September 5th: 12pm –9pm at the Festival Entrance
Your ID and the credit card used to purchase the tickets.
JAS has a NO REFUND/ NO EXCHANGE* policy. Please see here for full details of the purchaser agreement.
*Should JAS have to cancel any event due to Colorado or Pitkin County COVID related restrictions you will have the option of receiving a refund for your tickets or a credit for future rescheduled events.
All 3-Day Passes are transferable by day.
All children 3 years and younger are FREE when accompanied by an adult. Children 4-12 years old have a discounted ticket rate for GA and VIP. There is no discounted rate for the JAS Deck and you will need to purchase a full price ticket for your children to enter the JAS Deck with you.
• GA Child Ticket -$45 /child/day
• VIP Child Ticket -$350 /child/day
PLEASE NOTE: When a day is SOLD OUT that also includes Children Tickets. Do not wait to buy your kids tickets, our shows have been selling out in advance! Children Ticket prices do not change.
Children Tickets must be bought with an Adult Ticket when purchasing online. To add kid tickets to already purchased Adult Tickets, please call the JAS Offices during regular business hours (M-F 9am –5pm MST) at (970) 920-4996.AGAIN, DO NOT WAIT! When shows are sold out that also includes children tickets!
AXS Mobile ID is digital ticketing technology that provides the flexibility and convenience of safely and securely managing tickets online or in the Jazz Aspen Snowmass mobile app, and the preferred admission method for JAS Labor Day Experience. It eliminates paper tickets and allows you to enter the JAS venue with your AXS Mobile ID, the credit card used to purchase tickets or a valid ID (ID must be registered to the AXS account). AXS Mobile ID is currently in use at other popular Colorado venues, including Pepsi Center and Red Rocks Amphitheater and allows you to manage your tickets digitally. AXS Mobile ID gives you the ability to transfer, sell and buy seats through an official marketplace endorsed by JAS.

AXS Mobile ID allows for convenience, flexibility and security. Fans can manage tickets digitally, transfer or sell tickets when needed (if applicable), and remain assured that all tickets are authentic and secure. The move to AXS Mobile ID is designed to put tickets in the hands of JAS fans, reduce ticket scalping from unauthorized resale sites & ensure that we know who is coming to the show.

Upon purchasing tickets, your AXS Mobile ID will be automatically added to your existing AXS account (for all GA and JAS Deck Labor Day Experience tickets EXCEPT 3-Day Blind Faith Non-Flex tickets – these will arrive in your AXS account a couple weeks prior to Labor Day), if you do not currently have an AXS account you will need to create one. You can go to AXS.com and enter some very basic account information. After completing the account information, you may buy, sell or manage any seats in your account. .
Part of our lineup has been released please see Labor Day Lineup here. The remaining artists and specific dates
and times of each artist will be announced at a later date.
3 Day Passes: you will not see your tickets in your AXS Mobile ID seats on the Jazz Aspen Snowmass app until closer to the event (early/ mid August)
Single Day Tickets: you will not see your tickets in your AXS Mobile ID seats on the Jazz Aspen Snowmass app until early summer
Standard Mail and Will Call will also be an available method of delivery, for an additional fee. Tickets purchased with Standard Mail will be sent out approximately two weeks prior to Labor Day Weekend.

AXS Mobile ID tickets via the Jazz Aspen Snowmass mobile app is the recommended form of entry, but if you don’t have access to a smartphone, you may use the credit card you used to purchase the tickets or your ID (ID must be registered to your AXS account).

1. Get the Jazz Aspen Snowmass app if you haven’t already
2. Open the App and sign in to see your tickets. WE HIGHLY RECOMMEND OPENING YOUR TICKETS IN THE APP PRIOR TO ARRIVING AT THE VENUE TO AVOID ANY CONNECTIVITY ISSUES.
3. Show the ticket in the App at the entrance and get them scanned to enter.
You may also present another convenient form of ID – AXS Mobile ID registered credit card or driver’s license (only available for
certain states and the newest versions of their IDs).

Enjoy the event!

Bought tickets for a group? Make sure everyone enters together OR transfer tickets to friends before the event & have them follow the steps above to enter the venue.

Many fans find it best to TRANSFER the seats to their guests prior to the event. This way your guests will be able to enter when they arrive using their own AXS Mobile ID.
If your credit card is lost or stolen and replaced by your credit card company before the event, you can register the new card on AXS Mobile ID (AXS.com) and remove your old card. If you cannot get AXS Mobile ID Seats on your phone, do not have your credit card upon arriving at the event, and do not have an accepted ID, please visit the Box Office for assistance.
A ticket scanner will scan your ticket as you leave and then will rescan again at reentry.

A ticket transfer allows you to digitally give each guest in your party their own ticket via AXS Mobile ID. With seat transfers, you no longer need to worry about delivering the paper tickets to them in advance or meeting them outside of the gates to walk in together. There is no fee for transferring seats and you are allowed unlimited transfers.

Your guests will need to create an AXS account to receive tickets. Guests can transfer the tickets back to you if they can’t attend or you can cancel the transfer if they have yet to set up their AXS account. If they already have an AXS account set up the tickets will go in their account automatically.

Here’s how it works:
1. Click the Transfer button next to the event in your AXS account.
2. Select the tickets to transfer and enter the recipient’s information.
3. On the review page, click the Transfer button to send the tickets.

The recipient will get an email about the transfer, and they’ll need to create an AXS account (if they don’t have one yet) to complete the transfer. After that, the tickets will be theirs to use with the AXS app.

Review your transfer history within the Jazz Aspen Snowmass app by clicking on MY EVENTS and selecting TRANSFERRED. You may also review your transfers and purchase history at AXS.com
If you already have an AXS account, the tickets will be transferred to your account automatically. Otherwise, you’ll get an email letting you know you need to create an AXS account to claim the tickets. Just follow the simple steps to make the tickets officially yours.
Nope. Once you have an account, seats transferred to you will be accepted by your account automatically (no need to accept them manually).
Yep! They’ll just have to create an AXS account to claim their tickets.
They’ll also need to get the Jazz Aspen Snowmass app. When it’s time for the event, they can open the app to show their tickets on their phone. Make sure they do this prior to arriving at the venue to avoid any connectivity issues that could occur.
It depends. If your friend already has an AXS account, the tickets will be transferred instantaneously. Otherwise you have until your friend creates an account to cancel the transfer. Remember, your friends can always transfer tickets back to you.

The fan-to-fan exchange is the best place to sell your seats because it is the official marketplace endorsed by JAS. Tickets purchased through unofficial sources (such as Craigslist, StubHub, Vividseats etc.) may not be valid.

Here’s how it works:
1. Click the Sell button next to the event in your AXS Account.
2. Select the tickets to sell, and then set your price and selling options.
3. On the Review page, click the List Tickets button to finish.

When your tickets sell, you’ll receive an email informing you of the sale. The tickets will be delivered to the buyer automatically. You’ll be able to transfer money to your bank from your account on AXS.com.

If you see a Sell button next to your tickets in your account, you can sell them! It’s up to the promoter or team if you can sell tickets or not.
Never. AXS handles payment and delivery so buyers and sellers never interact with each other. Buyers get tickets delivered straight to their AXS accounts, and sellers get paid by direct deposit.
It’s up to you! When listing tickets, you decide how long your listing will be available for others to buy. Generally, these are your options:
• One Day From Now
• One Week From Now
• One Day Before Event
• One Hour Before Start Time
• At Event Start Time
• One Hour After Event Start Time
Remember, you can remove your listing at any time (as long as the tickets haven’t sold).
If you see a Sell button next to your tickets in your account, you can sell them! It’s up to the promoter or team if you can sell tickets or not.
Just follow these steps:
1. Sign into your AXS Account and click Listings
2. Choose a listing and click Retract
3. Click yes, retract now.
And you’re done! Your tickets will no longer be listed for others to buy.
There will be a decided dollar amount set by JAS based on the current ticket pricing and availability. Users can sell tickets at any resale price level regardless of what they purchased their tickets for.
Tickets for The JAS Labor Day Experience can be purchased via AXS.com or via the Jazz Aspen Snowmass App. Just click or tap on the BUY tab and find The JAS venue to begin browsing upcoming shows.
AXS Official Resale is the safe and easy way to buy and sell tickets with other fans. When fans have tickets they can’t use, they list them for other fans to buy. Buyers get 100% valid and authentic tickets delivered straight to their AXS accounts, and sellers get paid by direct deposit. If available, you’ll see the option to get tickets with AXS Official Resale on the event page.
Never. AXS handles payment and delivery so buyers and sellers never interact with each other. Buyers get tickets delivered straight to their AXS accounts, and sellers get paid by direct deposit.
As long as there are people who have tickets to sell, The AXS Official resale is the best & safest place to find tickets. And with JAS controlling the price you won’t have to worry about overpriced tickets.

Click Here for Festival Map (map details are subject to change and are updated regularly)

The venue is located outside with extremely limited areas for shelter. The shows will go on rain or shine, unless weather conditions are deemed too dangerous to continue.
IMPORTANT: Our festival is in the middle of the Colorado High Rockies, so please plan accordingly. Weather and temperatures change frequently and drastically. It could be a blue bird, 75-80 degree day and at about 3-5pm it could drop to 50-60 degrees and start pouring and then be back to warm and beautiful within the hour or could stay cold. Packing layers, rain jackets, hats, gloves, closed toed shoes and socks is encouraged.
FREE parking is available at the Intercept Lot located at the intersection of Hwy. 82 and Brush Creek Road. Free shuttles, compliments of JAS, will be provided from the lot to the site.
FREE parking is also available at the Town of Snowmass Village parking garage located at Base Village and all numbered lots on the Snowmass Village Mall with FREE shuttle service to the site.
NO ON-SITE PARKING AVAILABLE EXCEPT FOR VIP TICKET HOLDERS!
Please see our Transportation Section below for full details on getting to and from the Labor Day Experience
Yes, we offer full ADA amenities at our festival. Please see our ADA Section below for more information and details.
The majority of the JAS Labor Day Experience is an open, outdoor field. JAS HAS A NO TARP POLICY! General Admission ticket holders may bring blankets (max 40″x 60″) or ground level chairs to sit in/on. Ground-level chairs should sit no more than 6″ above ground. JAS has chairs available for purchase online closer to the event.
General Admission lawn seating is first come, first served. The Standing Room Only area in front of the stage for General Admission is also first come, first served.
If you and your party would like to have seating during or in-between sets, please see the option to upgrade your GA experience with The JAS Deck single-day tickets or three-day passes.
For safety reasons, this years’ Experience will feature a small standing-room-only section directly in front of the stage on the General Admission side.
Blankets and low-back chairs will not be allowed in this area but will be permitted outside of this area. The SRO is first come, first served for front-of-stage access.
You cannot bring food or drinks on the event site. There will be an array of food and drink vendors available on site (For more information about the Vendors’ Village, see below).
You may bring in ONE factory sealed bottle of water or empty water bottle/Camelback. There will be FREE water stations throughout the venue that will be available for refills.
If you have special dietary needs to require you to bring in outside food or drinks, please get a signed doctor’s note to present at event check-in.
Milk, formula, baby food and snacks will be allowed into the festival within reason and if you are accompanied by a child whom the food is appropriately for.
JAS Vendors’ Village offers a wide selection of World and American cuisine and refreshing beverages for all ages sure to satisfy everyone in your party. Wine, beer and premium cocktails are available for purchase, as well. BRING YOUR ID! EVERYONE must have been pre-ID’ed with a wristband before purchasing alcoholic beverages.
Most vendors are cash only. Alpine Bank ATMs will be available on-site at the Vendors’ Village.
JAS Village may be accessed by all General Admission, JAS Deck and VIP ticket holders. A diverse selection of food and beverage options will be available for purchase, as well as local and regional merchandise to ensure you have a memento from your Labor Day Experience.
• In between Main Stage performances, additional up-and-coming bands will perform at the JAS Village Stage. Make sure to discover these burgeoning acts!
• A kid’s area is also located in the village with face painting, juggling and crafts for the young ones in your group.
See a map of all the vendors here (map details are subject to change and are updated regularly)
This varies from vendor to vendor. There will be Alpine Bank ATMs on site, but to avoid fees bring cash.
Yes, you will need your ticket (physical or from the JAS Aspen Snowmass App) to leave and to reenter the festival.
Yes, as long as they contain tobacco products only. Please be respectful of others around you when smoking and go to the designated smoking areas.
Yes, in designated smoking areas. Again, please be respectful of others around you when choosing to smoke tobacco.
All lost items will be turned into the Snowmass Village Police Department. You can call their office directly at (970) 923-5330 to retrieve lost items.
All JAS venues are taking extra steps to ensure the health and safety of fans and staff. There remains an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 at any mass gathering. By entering a JAS June venue to attend a live event, you assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19.
Safety of our patrons at our festival is our number one priority. Please see below for more details about our safety, emergency and evacuation procedures.
Yes. All bags will be searched as you enter the festival grounds.
•Professional camera equipment or recording devices. Security will search bags and hold all devices should you attempt to sneak them in.
• NO TARPS & RUGS, no pets, alcohol, coolers, weapons, inflatables, tents or HIGH-BACK CHAIRS OF ANY KIND are allowed in.
• No outside food or drink, except one sealed water bottled. Empty refillable water bottles are allowed, and water stations are provided
• Have a list of contact information, allergies and medication on your person in case our emergency team needs to know!
• Mother Nature can be unpredictable! Though we will be monitoring the weather at all times, to prepare, it’s important that you check the weather right before leaving for the event. This way you can be prepared with rain gear, warm clothes, or anything else you may need to be comfortable in the case of unpleasant weather.
• Stay hydrated and be prepared for sun! It can get very hot in September in Snowmass, make sure you have plenty of sunscreen and a good plan for having water near you at all times! (Remember empty camelbacks and plastic water bottles are allowed in, bring them and take advantage of out water fill stations)
• IF YOU SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING. Whether it’s someone looking ill, an unruly guest, or something that seems suspicious – Grab the nearest police officer, security or staff member for immediate assistance!
• Take a moment to look over the map, locate all the medical tents and emergency exits so you know the quickest way to safety in an emergency!
• Be considerate of those around you! There are a lot of people around you and you are all there for one reason – TO HAVE FUN!
• STAY CALM! There are teams available to help and plans are in place in case of an emergency. Keep you and others around you calm and listen to any instructions given to you by and emergency responder or security officer.
• Follow the emergency exit signs. Please take a moment to review the map and look for emergency exits. These exits will also be marked with signs in the venue, so take a moment once you enter to take a moment and make yourself familiar with their locations in the event of an evacuation.
• KEEP UP-TO-DATE! In the event of an evacuation or emergency we will post updates via our social network pages, app and texting platform. Make sure you follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, have downloaded our app to stay updated. Keep your eyes on these sites for all safety and scheduling updates.
• In the event of an emergency buses WILL NOT make regular stops! Buses will take patrons DIRECTLY to either: Ruby Park in Aspen, the Intercept Lot, Snowmass Base Village Transit Depot or Snowmass Mall Transit Depot. From there you can get on connecting buses to your final destination.
• For the security of everyone at Jazz Aspen Snowmass all people and vehicles on festival grounds are subject to a full body pat-down and magnetometer screening before entry. If you would like to be screened by security personnel of your same gender, please let security personnel know prior to the search process. Screening of children will always take place with the consent of a parent or guardian.

GA/JAS Deck – parking will be located at the Intercept Lot located at the cross section of Highway 82 and Brush Creek Road. Shuttles will be running regularly and will drop you off at the Transportation Center at the Snowmass Town Parking Lot.

Silver VIP & Gold SRO Parking – will be located at the Two Creeks Parking Lot off Owl Creek Rd. Please access via Brush Creek Road from Highway 82. DO NOT USE OWL CREEK ROAD.

Gold VIP Parking – will be located at the Rodeo Lot by the event. Gold Parking Pass holders will enter the lot from the roundabout at the far corner of the parking lot.

*Please note parking is limited and on a first come first serve basis. Please help us reduce parking by taking alternative means of transportation*

All shuttles run continuously to and from the venue beginning 1 hour before doors through egress.
From Aspen – Look for the JAS Shuttles leaving from Ruby Park.
Intercept/ Downvalley – please take the regularly schedule RFTA buses to the Intercept Lot. JAS Shuttles will leave the Intercept Lot from the Northeast side of the parking lot (not the regular bus stop) These shuttles will drop you off at the Transportation Center at the Snowmass Town Parking Lot.
From Snowmass – JAS Shuttles will take patrons from stops in Snowmass Village to the venue. PLEASE NOTE: the shuttles will be RFTA and School Busses. TOSV busses WILL NOT be taking attendees to the festival entrance – they will be dropping patrons off at the Alternative Transportation Drop Off. Shuttle routes and stops have changed please see below.
Hotel shuttles, Uber, Lyft, cabs, car services, etc.
Hotels and other private transportation will be dropping off at the Old Information Kiosk north of the roundabout and guests will be walking on the pedestrian path to the festival entrance.
Walking/ Biking – Please note that these is no longer an entrance on the west side of Brush Creek Road. Please do not attempt to access the venue this way. All patrons should enter through the Town Park Lot.
Check out this page from the Aspen Ski Company. It is a great resource of the different airports, driving directions and shuttle options.
Our lodging partners are great options for the event. You can check them out and their offers by clicking on the “Lodging Info” tab above. You may also call 800-SNOWMASS for additional lodging options or visit them here.
Aspen is approximately 20-30 minutes from the venue depending on weather and traffic. There are many lodging options in town, as well as, many options for dining, activities, entertainment and more. If you choose to stay in Aspen, we will be offering continuous shuttles from downtown Aspen to the venue and back. You can learn more here.
• Basalt/ Willits is approximately 30 minutes “down valley” from the venue. Click here for a list of accommodations in Basalt/ Willits. You will need to either drive up and park at the Intercept Lot (at the intersection of Hwy. 82 and Brush Creek Rd.) and take an event shuttle up OR you can take a RFTA bus from Basalt/ Willits up to the event. See bus schedules here.
• Carbondale is approximately 50 minutes “down valley” from the venue. Click here for a list of accommodations in Carbondale. You will need to either drive up and park at the Intercept Lot (at the intersection of Hwy 82 and Brush Creek Rd) and take an event shuttle up OR you can take a RFTA bus from Carbondale up to the event. See bus schedules here.
• Glenwood Springs is approximately 70 minutes “down valley” from the venue. Click here for a list of accommodations in Glenwood Springs. You will need to either drive up and park at the Intercept Lot (at the intersection of Hwy 82 and Brush Creek Rd) and take an event shuttle up OR you can take a RFTA bus from Carbondale up to the event. See bus schedules here.
There is no designated RV/ Motorhome camping for the festival. We suggest making a reservation for one of our local RV parks well in advance because there are limited number of them, and they fill up quickly. The links above are good references for RV camping in the area.
JAS takes place on a gorgeous site. As in any outdoor setting you will encounter various types of terrain. It is reasonably flat with a few small hills. From Accessible parking to the main stage viewing platform is about 350 yards. Please, plan accordingly as there are some distances to be covered to get to all of the areas on the site, and as with any outdoor setting, rain can impact the conditions.
Patrons with disabilities can park in our main parking area in the Town Park Lot. Please have your state issued disabled hang tag, placard or licensed plate available for the parking attendants.
Jazz Aspen Snowmass Labor Day Experience will provide an elevated Accessible Viewing Platform. The accessible viewing platform is for guests who use wheelchairs, have significant mobility disabilities, or who have difficulty standing for long periods of time. Staff will manage the viewing platform accordingly to make sure all patrons are comfortable during busy times. .
If you need assistance to get to the viewing platform please make your request at the information booth located at the front of accessible parking. The information booth will request a golf cart to pick you up.
Golf carts operate each day when the gates open until the last act is over. Golf carts will be available to transport patrons with mobility impairments. Golf carts travel to and from Accessible Parking and the viewing platform. To request a cart from the viewing deck please contact the viewing deck manager.
There will be an accessible porta-john near the Accessible Viewing Platform. There will be other accessible porta-johns in key areas throughout the festival grounds.
Prescriptions must have a prescription label. Photo ID must match the prescription label.
If a patron has special medical dietary restrictions, a personal amount of food will be allowed in if accompanied by a doctor’s note. Please contact jazzaspenaccess@gmail.com with any questions or concerns..
JAS is happy to provide interpreters for the hearing impaired during the weekend. Please make any additional requests as early as possible, and no later than 4 weeks prior to Jazz Aspen Snowmass Labor Day Experience. Send request to jazzaspenaccess@gmail.com
JAS welcomes and supports the rights and attendance of all persons with disabilities that rely on the special skills of a trained service animal. What we DO NOT support, nor will tolerate, are pets being misrepresented by their owners as service animals, when in fact they are not. So please, don’t do it. Leave your pet at home. We mean it!
A ‘service animal’ means “any dog that is individually trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability. The work or tasks performed by a service animal must be directly related to the handler’s disability.”
Emotional support or comfort animals are not considered service animals under the ADA and therefore are not allowed at JAS.
Please note that all service dogs, including those from out of state are subject to local dog ordinances, which includes a valid rabies certificate.
For our patrons with disabilities who wish to bring their legitimate service animal to JAS, we ask that you review and follow the policies outlined below:
1. Service animals must be accompanied by the handler with the disability at all times.
2. Service animals must be under the control and supervision of their handler at all times.
3. Service animals are not permitted to be left in camp unattended under any circumstances.
4. Handlers are required to be prepared for, and clean-up after, their animals at all times.
5. We reserve the right to remove and/or refuse access to any service animal from the campgrounds or venues if that animal is deemed to be a health or safety threat to festival patrons, staff, or other service animals, or in violation of these policies.
6. All service animals must be credentialed by the JAS staff (see the procedures below).
All patrons with disabilities attending JAS this year with a service animal will need to have that animal credentialed by JAS staff before entering the main gate. This process will be performed quickly and respectfully by our Accessibility Staff.
What will you need to do? It’s easy. Once you arrive at JAS, come to the information booth in the front of the accessible parking area. Staff will speak with you, record your contact information, and provide a collar tag for your service animal. Then you are good to go! Security/Staff will be on the lookout this year for all animals to have a properly credentialed JAS collar tag.
Remember, Service animals are allowed, all other dogs are not!
Jazz Aspen Snowmass is committed to building a sustainable future by working with our partners and patrons to work towards a minimal waste event.
New in 2019 JAS brought reusable water bottle filling stations. These two stations provide fresh, clean water and reduce the creation of the equivalent of more than 13,500 plastic bottles over the festival weekend thanks to our partner City Market.
There will be no bottles of water for sale during the 2021 JAS Labor Day Experience. Instead you can buy a reusable, JAS logoed water bottle to use throughout the festival and beyond!
All food at the festival is served on compostable or reusable plates and utensils and a full-scale compost disposable system is in place.
In 2016 we eliminated plastic “stir sticks” from the main field bars, eliminating over 20,000 pieces of plastic from the landfill.
We are excited to bring back reusable cup program. Bring your festival souvenir cup back to the bars for $1 off your next drink.
We have set a goal of 80% waste diversion by 2021. We currently recycle all plastics, glass and cardboard created by our back of house and bars. In 2016, we implemented a patron diversion program, allowing our festival guests to participate in the effort by separating their waste into the proper recycle compost, or trash bins.
In 2018 we achieved an 88% diversion rate. Please do your part in 2019 by putting your waste in the correct bin.
Yes, please see guidelines below:
● All volunteers must be 16 years old or older to apply.
● All volunteers must submit an application (coming out late Winter 2021) to be considered for a volunteer position. If accepted as a volunteer, you must complete one shift (6-8 hours each) in exchange for a 1-Day GA festival pass and a festival volunteer t-shirt.
● All applicants must enter credit card information as a guarantee that you will complete your scheduled shifts if accepted as a volunteer. If you fail to satisfactorily complete your scheduled shift, Jazz Aspen Snowmass reserves the right to charge for the equivalent amount of a 1-Day Pass (refer to the ‘I Agree’ section on the volunteer application for more information).
Application coming soon!
Yes! Our applications for craft and food vendors will be coming soon. Check back by February/ March 2021
All media must fill out a press pass application. Those will come out towards the end of winter/ early spring (March/ April). Check back for application link.

Prices for 2021 Lodging Packages

Visit our Lodging Partners in Snowmass for your Experience Lodging! For additional lodging options call 800-SNOWMASS
SAVE 25% on your stay in our Aspen Snowmass area condominiums and enjoy amenities like full kitchens, spacious living areas, and private outdoor space. All the comforts of home with all the amenities of a hotel to make your music festival weekend easy and comfortable. Choose from boutique hotel rooms to four bedroom residences located throughout Snowmass Village. All rates are discounted 25% for Jazz Aspen Snowmass festival attendees.
Click here or call 970-429-5055 to book your Jazz Aspen Snowmass lodging experience.
3 Day/3 Night Early Bird Festival Packages starting as low as $129 Per Person/ Per Night.
*Must book by April 1st
*These prices include festival tickets.

Standard Condo

# Guests

3 Nights Starting Rate

3 Nights Starting Rate (after 4/1)

1 Bedroom 2PP $172 PP/NT $183 PP/NT
1 Bedroom+Loft 3PP $157 PP/NT $165 PP/NT
2 Bedroom 4PP $145 PP/NT $152 PP/NT
3 Bedroom 6PP $135 PP/NT $140 PP/NT
3 Bedroom+Loft 8PP $129 PP/NT $133 PP/NT