We’ve sure had some wild weather in Steamboat Springs this week. Everything from a record breaking 71 degrees on Wednesday, the first thunderstorm of the season, and finishing out the week with a fresh blanket of snow over the valley. Weather also makes a lasting impression on our patrons who have attended concerts in pouring rain and thunderstorms.
|Strings Music Festival Tent – 2004|
“Attending a concert in “the tent” during a thunder and lightning storm. The roof leaked and my favorite musical selection of the evening was “raindrops keep falling on my head. It was quite a night!” -Julia Ann and Doug Jones
“The day at the Gillerg and it rained hard! No one minded and the show went on!” -Mix and Karen
“Having concerts interrupted by the thunder and noise of hail hitting the roof of the tent!”
“Rain leaking in the tent.”
“We and our guests from California will always remember the chamber concert when it started to hail and the Steamboat elements delayed the start of an otherwise wonderful night of music.”
“Concerts in the tent stopping for thunder.”
If you’re looking for things to do in Steamboat and Colorado summer concerts, be sure to check out the Strings Music Festival Concert Calendar. Tickets for the summer are on sale now!