JAZZ ASPEN SETS LINEUP

Jazz Aspen (June 22-25), the jazz-inspired festival surrounded by the Rocky Mountains features an intimate setting created in the 3,000 seat enclosed tent to protect against weather.

The carnival atmosphere of the festival grounds and surrounding town provide plenty of food, drink, and entertainment. Below is a list of performers.

Thursday, June 22
JAMIE CULLUM 9pm
LIZZ WRIGHT 7pm

Friday, June 23
DIANA KRALL 9pm

Saturday, June 24
ELVIS COSTELLO & the IMPOSTERS
with Allen Toussaint 9pm
DELBERT McCLINTON 6:30PM

Sunday, June 25
TREY ANASTASIO 9pm
MACEO PARKER 6:30pm

TIXX INFO
Tickets will be on sale to JAS Club Members March 20th at 866-JAS-TIXX. For more info please visit our JAS Club Page.

Tickets will be on sale to the public on March 27th. Tickets can be purchased at the Wheeler Box Office (970-920-5770), 866-JAS-TIXX or our ticket page.

Thursday
General Admission Tickets - $30
Friday - Sunday
Reserved A - $85 Reserved B - $65 GA - $45
LIMITED 4-DAY PASS (reserved B tickets) ONLY $150

http://www.jazzaspen.com/Index.cfm

[Published on: 3/27/06]

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Alex.Anastas starstarstar Tue 3/28/2006 06:27PM
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Alex.Anastas

little pricey for the lineup...

I bet heads will be hoping for one day Sunday tickets for Trey and Maceo. Hopefully they do something together, too

josh06 Wed 3/29/2006 12:06PM
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Yea I would have to agree!

thesaxophonist starstarstarstarstar Thu 3/30/2006 10:26AM
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thesaxophonist

cullen, costello, anastasio... expensive sure, but you're getting lots of sounds.

worldbefree Fri 3/31/2006 07:45AM
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worldbefree

I used to live in Aspen; everything's expensive--one of the main reasons I don't live there anymore. You should also be aware there's no camping included, so if you can't afford a pricey hotel, you'll be scrambling for the handful of spots in a National Forest campground. There is some free primitive camping for the adventurous/those who have a 4 wheel drive however.