The Snowmass Rendezvous Craft Beer Festival Returns June 9th

What: The third annual Snowmass Rendezvous Craft Beer Festival brings together more than 30 Colorado craft breweries to the Roaring Fork Valley for a day of beer tasting and live music. This year’s festival features headliner The Drunken Hearts in an evening slopeside concert. The Americana band will take the stage on Fanny Hill as the beer festival concludes with the Aspen Valley providing the scenic stage backdrop. Kyle Emerson will open the evening’s musical festivities alongside the Beer Festival.

When: Saturday, June 9 at 3 p.m. - 6 p.m. with live music and cash bar continuing into the night. 

Where: The Snowmass Mall and Top of Fanny Hill, Snowmass Village, CO 81654.

Why: Snowmass is one of the great Colorado resort destinations that  comes alive every summer, creating the perfect setting for a world-class craft beer festival. Snowmass Rendezvous brings two classic Colorado treats, good beer and good tunes into one perfect day in the high country. Enjoy The Drunken Hearts show with craft beer and a mountain sunset, making for an unforgettable summer Saturday.

Participating breweries include Aspen Brewing Company, Boulder Beer Company, Bruz Beers, Capitol Creek Brewery, Cerebral Brewing, Eddyline Brewing, Grist Brewing Company, Hideaway Park Brewing, Irwin Brewing Company, Jagged Mountain Craft Brewery, Odell Brewing Company, Our Mutual Friend Brewing, Palisade Brewing Company, Roaring Fork Beer Company, Soulcraft Brewing, Storm Peak Brewing, Telluride Brewing Company, Wibby Brewing, Woods Boss Brewing Company and more to come. 

Ticket Information: Early bird general admission tickets start at $30. Early bird pricing lasts until May 25th. Tickets include unlimited tastings from 30 Colorado craft breweries and commemorative glassware. To purchase tickets and for lodging information, visit

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About Two Parts

Founded in 2013, Two Parts is a Denver-based marketing and experiential agency responsible for some of the largest craft festivals in the state. The company’s mission is to create community through discovery, consumption, and discussion of local experiences and craft products. Two Parts produces experiences such as the Collaboration Fest, Truck Stop, and The Passport Program. For more information, visit