Aspen stays active with September events |

Aspen stays active with September events

Bright Light Social Hour plays Belly Up on Sept. 18.
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Dead Floyd at Belly Up

The Grateful Dead and Pink Floyd tribute band returns to the club for a free show, kicking off a fall packed with no-cover shows at Belly Up.


Rich Robinson Band at Belly Up

The Black Crowes co-founder brings his solo project to town. If the crowds and the caliber of performance at his brother’s Chris Robinson Brotherhood appearances here are any indication, this will be a live-music high point of the fall in Aspen.


Bright Light Social Hour at Belly Up

The Austin, Texas-based band serves up a party-friendly brand of throwback rock ’n’ roll that has impressed at past shows here.

Sept. 18 through 20

Gary Ferguson reading and workshops in Carbondale

Through Aspen Words, the wilderness author will give a reading at the Third Street Center and will teach a one-day writing workshop and another on “The Nature of Grief.”

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