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Mountain Town Music Series: July 3rd – Chris Daniels & the Kings
July 3, 2021 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pmFree
Come out to Keystone’s River Run Village on July 3rd 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 Merchant 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.
1:00pm – 3:00pm: Salida Circus Presents Interactive Stilt Walkers
Salida Circus is pulling out all the stops for our kickoff Mountain Town event. We have a team of stilt walkers coming to River Run to entertain the young and the young at heart. This duo is bringing some fun for everyone. Come have a go at juggling and hooping, and don’t forget to stick around to find out how the “rolling globe” comes into play!
1:00PM – 3:00PM: FREE 4TH OF JULY BIKE DECORATING KITS
Get your bike decked out for your crew’s 4th of July parade. The Keystone Neighbourhood Company will be providing you and your team bike decorating kits for free! Get your kit while supplies last. One kit per person.
3:30pm -5:00pm: Live Music in River Run Village Chris Daniels & the Kings
Chris Daniels is not related to Charlie or Jack or Bill — though often asked that question. Starting as a 17-year-old songwriter and guitarist back in the 70s when he played with David Johansen, (before the New York Dolls) and later with Russell Smith (after The Rhythm Aces), Chris has performed thousands of shows, touring with his current band Chris Daniels & the Kings for 33 years. He has worked making records and performing with some of the most respected musicians in the business including Sonny Landreth, Sam Bush, Bela Fleck, David Bromberg, Al Kooper, Bill Payne, and Don Was to name only a few. He was the Telluride After Hours Jam founder playing that festival on and off for ten years beginning in 1975.