AirStage

AirStage

Retrofitted Iconic 1975 Airstream Trailer Brings Music, Art and Joy Back to Breckenridge. AirStage Contributes to the Well-Being of the Community and Animates Breckenridge with High-Quality, Elegant, and Diverse Live Art and Entertainment.

Thank you for a great summer season!

AirStage

Breckenridge Music took concerts outside, on the road and into your neighborhoods with its new mobile stage, the Breck Music AirStage. Silver Bullet Trailers retrofitted the 1975 Airstream Ambassador Travel Trailer to accommodate a 14.5-foot wide by 9-foot deep stage. Performances at the AirStage included neighborhood concerts, family-friendly pop-ups, artist residencies and special donor events as well as programming that supports Breckenridge Music Festival. Events by and large were free with the goal of connecting neighbors within the communities of Breckenridge and greater Summit County.

The AirStage is about connecting people - residents and visitors in a small-scale, mountain town way. While we are eager to get back to grand performances, the AirStage provides something that the community might not otherwise have access to. We hope we’ve found a way to spread joy within the constraints of the pandemic while we are unable to be in a traditional venue.

TAMARA NUZZACI PARK, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF BRECK MUSIC

AirStage
AirStage

Breck Music Presents

Sam Bush

FEB 23 @ 7:30PM | RIverwalk Center

Sam Bush has released seven albums and a live DVD over the past two decades. In 2009, the Americana Music Association awarded Bush the Lifetime Achievement Award for Instrumentalist. Punch Brothers, Steep Canyon Rangers, and Greensky Bluegrass are just a few present-day bluegrass vanguards among so many musicians he’s influenced. His performances are annual highlights of the festival circuit, with Bush’s joyous perennial appearances at the town’s famed bluegrass fest earning him the title, “King of Telluride.”