Chali 2na returning to Snowmass this summer |

Chali 2na returning to Snowmass this summer

Rapper Chali 2na, who closed out the 2012 free concert series in Snowmass, returns to the Fanny Hill stage on July 28.
Aspen Times file |

Aspen-Snowmass might be getting blanketed with snow, but Snowmass Tourism is already thinking about summer.

The marketing arm of Snowmass Village released a first look Thursday at the lineup for its annual free summer concert series. Chali 2na, best known as the unofficial front man for Jurassic 5 and for forming the band Ozomatli, will once again grace the stage at Fanny Hill on July 28.

Other bands booked so far are:

Royal Southern Brotherhood — Saturday, June 11

Leftover Cuties — Thursday, July 14

The Samples — Thursday, Aug. 11

“We are on track for a full lineup of amazing talent this summer at Fanny Hill and Base Village,” said Rose Abello, tourism director for Snowmass Tourism. “Locals and visitors alike will enjoy a wide variety of acts in a stunning mountain setting.”

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