EVENTS: Copper Country Music Festival – August 30th – September 1st
A Labor Day festival tradition at Copper Mountain Resort in Colorado, Copper Country celebrates the best of the American spirit. Incredible FREE live music, a fine arts exhibition makes this THE Labor Day event for the entire family.
Frequently Asked Questions
● How do I get tickets for Copper Country?
General admission is FREE at Copper Country, for VIP tickets Click here.
● What items are prohibited to bring into the venue?
Weapons of any kind
Alcohol and any illegal substances
Video recording equipment of any kind
Large umbrellas and tents
Must dismount bikes before entering the Village – bike racks available
● What items can I bring into the venue?
Hand-held personal umbrellas
Portable, collapsible chairs
Sealed or empty water bottles
Pets (must be on a leash at all times)
● Is there free parking and shuttles?
There is free parking in the Alpine Lot and Chapel Lot. Village Shuttles will be going back and forth to the festival in Center Village.
● I’m a VIP where should I pick up my credentials?
VIP will be available at the VIP seating entrance, at the east side of the stage, starting at 11:30am on Saturday morning.
Where is Copper Mountain Resort Located? Copper Mountain!!! Straight up I-70!
● Camping around Copper Mountain Resort
Camping is not permitted at Copper Mountain. This is based upon Copper’s Land Use agreement with Summit County Government.
Lodging Guests of Copper Mountain may park their RV overnight between the Conoco and Water Treatment Center, however they are not permitted to camp (sleep in their RV).
Alternative locations to overnight camp in tents or RV’s are off property such as the Campgrounds in Frisco, Dillon or Tiger Road RV Park.
Special events may occasionally be permitted by Summit County Government for camping. This is an exception to normal operations and requires special permitting.
Public parking is free 7 days a week in the summer at Copper Mountain. All parking lots at Copper Mountain have designated Accessible spaces. The Ten Mile and Beeler Lot(s) are the closest in proximity to the venue. All parking is first-come, first-served, so guests are encouraged to arrive as early as possible to ensure availability. If you are directed to park in the outer lots please know that our busses are accessible and will accommodate you.
At our venue, we have a designated accessible section on the grass. We do not have wheelchairs available for rent. You may choose to remain in your wheelchair or transfer to a venue provided chair. If you would like a chair, please notify a staff member in your area and we will be happy to assist.
● Limited Mobility:
If you do not require the use of a wheelchair, but would benefit from the features of our accessible seats, or would like help with transportation into the venue please email firstname.lastname@example.org 24 hours in advance.
● Restrooms, Merchandise and Restaurant Options:
Accessible restrooms are located on both sides of the venue in the Mountain Plaza Building near Starbucks and in the Copper One Building- enter through the Camp Hale Outfitters. All restaurants located in the village are Accessible. If additional assistance is needed please speak with a nearby staff member.
● Service Animals:
Service animals are permitted in the venue. Each service animal must remain with its owner and be restrained. If a service animal interferes with other guests, corrective action may include re-arranging seating or removal of the service animal from the venue.
● Contact Us:
If you would like assistance during the please notify an event staff member nearby, you may also text 828.329.7995. Our staff will respond with appropriate information and/or dispatch assistance to your location.