How to Enjoy the Caveman Music Festival
If you love Americana music, you’ll love the Caveman Music Festival. This annual music festival is Colorado’s largest and is sure to please any crowd. Taking place in Weston, CO, it is sure to bring a true sense of Americana to the area. What’s the best way to enjoy the festival? The answer is simple: buy tickets early! There are many ways to enjoy this wonderful event!
(Caveman Colorado Music Festival at Monument Lake Resort is the perfect place to grasp the last sun-soaked days of summer. Contact us for more details about the passes and packages.)
The second annual Caveman Music Festival will take place in Weston, Colorado, on Sept. 2-4. Featuring country music legends, bluegrass, rock and roll, gospel, and jazz, this new event is sure to thrill fans and locals alike. During the festival, attendees can also try heart-opening yoga and enjoy speakers from around the world. Tickets to the festival are available online and at the gate, with many acts performed on both days.
The three-day festival is held at Monument Lake Resort. Whether you prefer tent camping, RV campsites, or lodge hotel rooms, the festival has something for everyone. Founded by Brett McGraw, Red Shahan, and Parker Morrow, Caveman is a music lover’s paradise. In addition, to live music performances by legendary bands, the festival includes camping in a rustic setting. And while you’re enjoying the festival, you can also spend time hiking, fishing, and sightseeing around the area.
At Monument Lake resort
The Caveman Music Festival is a two-day event that takes place at the scenic Monument Lake resort in Colorado. The resort is a far cry from the typical bed and breakfast. Its setting is picturesque, surrounded by the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. There are historic buildings, a 250-foot sandstone formation, and a fish hatchery. Guests can rent pontoons for up to 14 passengers to explore the lake, which is stocked with world-class brown trout.
The festival features three days of live music, camping, fishing, hiking, and other outdoor activities. There’s something for everyone. From local artists to national acts, the Caveman Music Festival has something for everyone. This festival is perfect for families, as it is surrounded by beautiful scenery. You can even meet a famous musician or two. If you haven’t attended a festival before, here’s your chance!
With Aaron Copland’s music
In an episode of PBS’s “Dean of American Music,” Yoo chases the secrets of great music. This season, the festival includes concerts by Aaron Copland, David Lang, and the acclaimed American composer. The upcoming episode, titled “Aaron Copland’s New World Symphony,” will feature the composer’s music. Here’s what we learned from the episode.
The fourth annual Colorado Music Fest is aimed at educating and entertaining audiences. There will be 22 concerts this year, culminating with a red-white-and-blue blowout on July 4. Performing artists at this festival range from amateurs to professionals, from beginners to virtuosos. Tickets cost as little as $10 for individual performances to season passes at $40 for the entire festival.
At Colorado College summer music festival
The At Colorado College summer music festival is a unique opportunity to participate in the nation’s most sought-after summer program for pre-professional young musicians. This free summer festival offers full scholarships for tuition, room, and board to outstanding young musicians who want to take their music to the next level. This program brings together professional artists of uncommon ability with young, motivated students. The summer music festival features three weeks of intensive performance by 54 top-notch student artists. Participants perform in a variety of chamber and orchestral programs.
The festival’s roots date back to the late 1880s when the first summer music program was established. During this time, Colorado College has been home to talented student musicians and brilliant performers. Giordano, a conductor with the Fort Worth Symphony, was instrumental in establishing the Colorado music festival in 1984. In addition to Giordano, the festival’s founders included Elmer Peterson, dean of CC’s summer session. Later, Michael Grace, chair of the music department, became the festival’s first festival director, and Susan Grace, an artist-in-residence at Colorado College, served as the festival’s first president.