2023 Ice Rink Concert Series 

Apre Ski daily from 2pm to 5pm with 2 for 1 tacos and $5 beer!

Music at the Speakeasy-

Find the venue behind the bookshelf in The Outfitter Bar.  We host music every Saturday from 4 to 7pm . These shows are free of charge and offer a great place to unwind after a fun day of skiing on the mountain.  Open to the public, family friendly and all ages welcome, pets allowed outside on a leash. 

4: The Sun Threaders
Leah Beshore (violin/vocals) & Evan Mullins (keys/vocals)

11: Jefferson Hope Trio
Vocal forward selections from the Jazz songbook with R&B, Pop and Americana

18: Stu Kinzel & Friends
Award winning Delta Blues, Cajun, Gulf Coast, Classic Country, Jazz, Folk, Roots and Swing music

25: Bill Powers
Also of bands The Silvertone Devils and Honey Don’t

4: Long Gone Wilder
Lawrence, Brian and friends, playing blues and rock favorites

11: Coyote Willow
Indie americana cello/guitar duo that creates a unique blend of folk

18: Brandon Campbell Trio
Dual guitars + upright bass performing django gypsy swing

25: Eric Leadbetter
Acoustic guitar, rock, and bluesy jams from Bend Oregon


1: Tony Buckman 
Singer, songwriter, guitarist, and a former professional rodeo cowboy

8: Matthew Gwinup 
Professional musician and teacher based out of Bend, Oregon

15: Fluffalove 
This Bend, OR husband/wife duo plays all your fave ’70’s cuts with acoustic guitars and harmony vox

22: It’s The Abluestics
Real blues at its finest

29: Paul Eddy
Bedell Artist and local musician performing solo (previously JuJu Eyeball & Long Tall Eddy)


6: Sidney Joseph
Live heartfelt soulful music. Solo Acoustic.

13: Something Good 
20+ years of jazz in Central Oregon

20: Auzzie Mark 
Don’t miss Mark and his self made double neck guitar straight from Australia


26: Jacob Jolliff Band
(Ticket Required)

Jacob Jolliff is one of the country’s premier contemporary mandolinists. Jacob was a member of the beloved New England roots band Joy Kills Sorrow, while attending Berklee School of Music on a full scholarship. In 2012, Jolliff won the National Mandolin Championship in Winfield, KS. A fixture of the national bluegrass community, he has collaborated and shared the stage with Darol Anger, Sam Bush, Ronnie McCoury, Michael Daves, Tony Trischka, and David Grisman to name a few. When Joy Kills Sorrow disbanded in 2014, Jolliff got the call to join Yonder Mountain String Band and toured full time with them until the end of 2019. This last year, Jolliff released a new album with his group, The Jacob Jolliff Band, and also tour with Béla Fleck’s as part of My Bluegrass Heart.

Live in Concert!