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Mountain Town Music Series Finale: Aug 14th with Rocky Mountain Grateful Dead Revue
August 14, 2021 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pmFree
Come out to Keystone’s River Run Village on August 14th throughout the summer and enjoy an afternoon concert in the sun with the whole family.
Live concerts are complemented by performing artists and an outdoor bar in the village. In addition, check out the River Run Village Bazaar taking place throughout the day.
Schedule of Events:
10:00am- 5:00pm- River Run Bazaar
River Run Village is coming together to create the sidewalk sale of your dreams. Featuring sales from all of your favorite River Run Merchants. There will be something for your whole family from clothing to outdoor gear, Keystone souvenirs, and snacks.
See amazing acrobatics where two acrobats work together. Watch how the strong acrobats lift, hold, throw and catch the other acrobat. See performers hold handstands, beautiful dance lifts, amazing strength holds, and incredible flips, twists, and spins as the partner acrobats work in perfect unison! Watch these acrobats while they balance on canes in a handstand, do incredible flexible poses, and amazing acrobatic tumbling! See their balance on one hand and contort into amazing handstand shapes! Watch these incredible acrobats do amazing flips! Backflips, front flips, twisting flips, and more! They defy the laws of physics with perfect precision and control. Find these two in River Run Village!
3:00 pm-5:00 pm- Live Painting with Ryan Halsne
What goes better with live music? Local Artist Ryan is joining us and going to be painting while the band jams. He will be doing a spraypaint art piece, that is donated to one of our festival beneficiaries for auction. A time-lapse video will be taken as well!
3:30pm-5:00pm- Rocky Mountain Grateful Dead Revue
Based on a premise of player interchangeability to suit the situation, compatibility and success have coalesced the band into many different configurations. The band’s forte lies in its faithful rendering of Grateful Dead material, both originals and covers, and the Grateful Dead’s trademark style of improvisation. Achieved through a careful balance of comprehension and execution of the more defined musical elements of the material with a fearless passion to connect with the elusive “X factor” that Jerry Garcia affectionately spoke of, RMGDR remains aligned with the Dead’s creed of playing off the energy of the audience and making them an integral component of the overall dynamic.