Live Music: Gettin your live music fix in the High Country |

Live Music: Gettin your live music fix in the High Country

Michael Franti performs in Telluride last Spring. (Bret Hartman/Vail Daily)

Summit doesnt sport giant arenas or stadiums, but it does get its fill of quality live music. Many bars and restaurants bring in musicians during happy hour to serenade, and if you dont mind throwing down a cover, there are a few staple venues that provide live music several times a week.Heres just a few of them to get started we encourage you to go out on your own and find your favorite haunts.Sherpa & Yetis in Breckenridge brings in the most high-profile acts such as the North Mississippi All Stars and Dirty Dozen Brass Band. The bar is usually not open when theres not a show, but there arent too many nights the bar is empty.The Goat Soup & Whiskey in Keystone is known for its jam bands. Assorted regional and touring rock acts fill the Goat regularly. Covers are cheap, and the room is comfortable.The Snake River Saloon in Keystone is part restaurant, part rock n roll social club. The Snake is popular among locals and bands of a mixed variety.

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