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Mission Statement

Strings Music Festival is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization which relies on generous support and underwriting from the community. Our mission is to present innovative programs of distinctive classical and popular contemporary music in an intimate setting to audience of all ages, enhancing the cultural and entertainment experiences of the community of Northwest Colorado and its visitors. Thanks to all of you who have supported Strings Music Festival over the past 27 years!












Béla Fleck & Abigail Washburn
Friday, January 16, 7pm

Tickets on sale November 4
Béla Fleck, a 15-time Grammy winner, performs with his wife Abigail Washburn for an intimate night of banjo picking and vocal harmonies.

Starts at $45  

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Eroica Trio
Saturday, February 14, 6pm

Tickets on sale November 4
A Strings Fundraising Event. Join is for a sit-down dinner and intimate concert with chamber music from the Eroica Trio. Space is limited so please RSVP early.

Starts at $150

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Yoga in the Pavilion
Sunday, February 15, 10am

Join us for a dynamic yoga practice that explores the synergy of music and yoga. Guest teachers: Jenny Gabriel and Jill Barker along with live music. All levels welcome: $20.

$20/$25 day of

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Broadway’s Next Hit Musical
Thursday, February 26, 7pm

A night of improv comedy! Master improvisers gather song suggestions from the audience and create a spontaneous evening of music, humor and laughter.

Starts at $35

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Dave Mason’s Traffic Jam
Friday, March 20, 7pm

Tickets on sale November 4
Join Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and co-founder of the legendary band Traffic for an evening of classic rock.

 Starts at $55


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About the Festival

Located in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, the Strings Music Pavilion is Steamboat’s premier live music venue. The award-winning Music Pavilion seats 569 people and showcases over 60 performances during the summer months from June through August and a short winter series. The festival features orchestra, chamber, soloists, world, blues, jazz and rock music along with a Youth and Family series and free concerts at the Yampa River Botanic Park. This year represents the Festival’s 28th year of music.