Things to know before you go to Snowmass Mammoth Fest
Here’s some things to know if you’re attending the Snowmass Mammoth Fest:
Two-day pass $80
Friday pass (music and grand tasting) $35
Saturday pass (music and grand tasting) $55
Kids 12 and younger free when accompanied by an adult
Box office is located near the main entrance
4 p.m.: Gates open
5 p.m.: Chili cooking ends
5 to 7 p.m.: Beer Grand Tasting
5:15 p.m.: Chili Grand Tasting
5-6:10 p.m.: You Me & Apollo
6:40 to 8:20 p.m.: J.J. Grey & Mofro
8:30 p.m.: Awards ceremony for chili and brew
8:50 to 10 p.m.: “Return to Dark Side of the Moon”
Noon: Gates open
1 to 3 p.m.: Beer Grand Tasting
1 to 2 p.m.: Lord Huron
2 p.m.: Chili cooking ends
2:15 p.m.: Chili Grand Tasting
2:30 to 3:30 p.m.: twenty one pilots
4 to 5:10 p.m.: Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe
5:15 p.m.: Awards ceremony for chili and brew
5:40 to 6:40 p.m.: STRFKR
7:10 to 8:10 p.m.: The Joy Formidable
8:40 to 10 p.m.: Awolnation
June 7 (tickets $20)
11 p.m., Venga Venga: You, Me & Apollo
11 p.m., Base Camp: Fierce Bad Rabbit
June 8 (tickets $25)
11 p.m., Venga Venga: STRFKR
11 p.m., Base Camp: Lord Huron
Campground is on the south side of Brush Creek Road, across the street from the festival grounds
Campground opens at 1 p.m. June 7 and closes at noon June 9
Two-day camping passes are $30
Camping passes are sold per person not per site. There are no designated sites. Campsites are first come, first served.
A camp host is on site 24 hours a day
Camping passes include hot showers at the Snowmass Recreation Center between 8 and 10 a.m.
No alcohol or pets may be brought into the festival
The festival is partnering with Project Shelter for camping, which allows attendees to buy tents and outdoor gear online at http://www.projectshelter.org and pick it up onsite. After the festival, you can drop off any gear you don’t want to take home, and it will be donated to nonprofits for use by displaced families and refugees.
Be sure to use the bear-proof container on site for garbage
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The Aspen Camp of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing has received a $5,000 grant from the Rocky Mountain Health Foundation that will help the Old Snowmass camp offer a winter retreat for adults who are deaf or hard of hearing.