Summer Concert Series

Sponsorship and Nonprofit Opportunities for 2024

Sponsorship for Basalt's Summer Concert Series fosters name recognition with your generous support of local nonprofits and our community.  The result is high exposure and positive marketing for your business.  There are a total of 10 concerts running from July 19 - August 28, 2024. 

Nonprofits may benefit from operating a beverage and/or concession booth at a show.  Nonprofits may apply individually or partner with a potential sponsor.  Nonprofits must apply for a liquor license if running the beverage booth and have at least one volunteer server who is TIPS certified.

This presentation includes more information about sponsorship levels, nonprofit participation, and additional support opportunities. 

If you are interested in participating as a sponsor or nonprofit partner please click the corresponding application link to get started! 

Deadline to apply is February 5, 2024.

Sponsor Application

Non-Profit Application

If you need assistance with the applications or have general questions, please reach out to Alec Sloan in the Planning Department. 

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The free concerts take place every Wednesday from June 21- August 30 (no concert July 5).
5:30 p.m - Supporting Act
6:30 p.m. - Break
7 p.m. - Headliner


Triangle Park, Willits
June 21 and June 28

Basalt River Park, Downtown Basalt
July 12 - August 30


Please support Basalt's climate action initiatives and use alternative transportation to get to the concerts. Please walk or take your personal bicycle, there will be plenty of bicycle parking at the shows.  

You can also take WE-cycle, which is free for rides up to 30-minutes. There are several stations around downtown Basalt and at the Basalt RFTA Park and Ride. You can find station locations on the map halfway down WE-cycle's homepage.

Screen Shot 2023-05-23 at 3.30.53 PMPlease take RFTA. There are stops located at the Basalt Park and Ride for BRT and for local service directly in downtown Basalt. All rides on RFTA within the Basalt Zone are free. A complete schedule, including location for stops, is available on the RFTA website.

Basalt Connect is free and provides on-demand rides within a designated service zone in Basalt between 7 a.m. and 10 pm daily starting June 1, 2023.  Learn more about Basalt Connect, how to download the app, and service area here.


If you must drive, please park at the Basalt Elementary and Basalt Middle School parking lots and walk or ride WE-cycle from there to the Basalt River Park.  Please see map of parking and multi-modal transit options here.


Drinks will be sold on site and proceeds will benefit a local nonprofit at each show. Alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages will be available as well as light snacks. We encourage you to visit our local restaurants before, during, and after the shows for drinks and dinner. You can find a complete list of downtown Basalt menus from restaurants that are open during the evenings here.

No outside alcohol is permitted inside the concert venue. You may bring food and non-alcoholic beverages into the concert.  


The concerts are ideal picnic spots. You may bring coolers and meals from home and non-alcoholic beverages. Beverages must be in unopened, sealed containers. Consider bringing a blanket or low chairs and appropriate clothing for rain and colder evening temperatures. Coming soon to this page: Basalt restaurant menus for to-go picnic options or for dining before or after the show.

Please leave your dogs at home. Registered service animals are allowed.


Triangle Park

June 21 - Elk Range followed by Buffalo Commons  (Soulgrass)
June 28 - Brothers of Brass followed by Los Mocochetes (Chicano Funk)

 Basalt River Park

July 12 - Mama Lingua followed by Dragondeer (Psychedelic Blues/Rock/Funk/Soul)
July 19 - Feeding Giants followed by Caitlin Krisko and the Broadcast (Soul Rock)
July 26 - Collidoscope followed by The Mañanas (Alternative/Indie)
August 2 - Taylor Shea followed by A Band Called Alexis (Country Rock)
August 9 - Aggie Flores followed by The Cave Singers (Roots/Folk)
August 16 - Gabriel Louise and Ryan Dilts followed by JW - Jones (Blues)
August 23 - Know Bodies Band followed by Kiltro (Latin Urbano)
August 30 - Natalie Spears followed by Cruz Contreras (Country)


Slifer, Smith, & Frampton
Myers & Company
Woody Creek Distillery
First Bank
Bay Equity
Z Group Architects
Paragon Integrated Systems
Basalt Chamber of Commerce
Aspen Times