Beaver Creek’s Rendezvous Music Fest lineup includes John Oates and more
The Rendezvous Music Festival returns to Beaver Creek for a second year Friday, Sept. 11, and Saturday, Sept. 12, with another dynamic lineup of legends and new artists from many genres.
Confirmed performers include: John Oates, Chris Stapleton, Johnnyswim, Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors, Holly Williams, Dave Barnes, Kylie Rae Harris and Ivory Layne. More artists will be announced soon.
Blending music, food and wine and entertainment to create a one-of-a-kind event for attendees, the Rendezvous Music Festival received rave reviews from media and fans, alike. The event features shows at outdoor stages, the Vilar Performing Arts Center and intimate house concerts.
There are a variety of ticket packages. Saturday Strawberry Park general admission tickets are $35, plus service fee.
The Weekend Pass is $205 (plus a service fee) and allows entry into Friday’s Evening in the Rockies Party, where fans can enjoy wine tastings, gourmet food and intimate performances at the Vilar and in private locations. Later, there is a dinner reception at Vilar, as well as entry to Saturday’s Strawberry Park outdoor stage and then to the Saturday evening performance at the Vilar.
The VIP Experience Pass is $405 (plus a service fee) and allows everything the Weekend Pass does but also includes a private brunch at a members-only restaurant on Saturday with a special guest performance by John Oates. A Vilar pass is $65 (plus a service fee) and allows entry into the Vilar evening performances on Saturday.
Tickets are available via http://www.rendezvous bc.com or at the Vilar Box Office, vvf.org or by phone (970) 845-8497. The official charity partner of the event is the National Sports Center for the Disabled, with a portion of VIP ticket sales donated to them.
Visit http://www.rendezvousbc.com for more information, and follow the Rendezvous Music Festival on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
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