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Music On the Green: Shawn David Allen

september, 2020

thu24sep5:30 pm6:15 amMusic On the Green: Shawn David AllenSeating on the Green fully booked, but you can still attend for free!5:30 pm - 6:15 am Yampa River Botanic ParkEvent Type :Different Tempo,Free Events,Music on the Green,Youth and Family Price: Free

Music on the Green with Shawn David Allen

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Seating on the Green fully booked, but you can still attend free!

SHAWN DAVID ALLEN
Classic rock and blues: from originals to Stevie Ray Vaughan and Tom Petty

NEW: EVENING SHOW!

2020 reserved seating capacity on the green is very limited! Admission is free but reservations are required: register online to reserve your space.

From his first guitar at age nine, Shawn used his music to bridge moves from Texas to New Hampshire and then Georgia. He found himself in multiple bands throughout high school, then spent six years playing Atlanta’s bars and clubs. In 2001 the Steamboat ski resort hired him for a two-week gig which turned into 15 winter seasons and well over 1,000 shows, entertaining tens of thousands of vacationers. Shawn continues to write his own songs and covers classic rock and blues ranging from Stevie Ray Vaughan to Tom Petty.

ABOUT MUSIC ON THE GREEN PERFORMANCES – 2020

Concerts take place at Yampa River Botanic Park (1000 Pamela Lane, Steamboat Springs). Other areas of park remain open to public during concert with 6-foot social distancing.

  • Online registration for this performance begins at 10:00am MDT Tuesday, September 22.
  • Individuals may RSVP for 1 group, up to 4 people, to be seated together.
  • All attendees must agree to comply with state, county, and local guidelines.

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Time

(Thursday) 5:30 pm - 6:15 am

Location

Yampa River Botanic Park

1000 Pamela Ln

Price

Free

Yampa River Botanic Park1000 Pamela LnThe Yampa River Botanic Park is a botanical garden located on Pamela Lane, off U.S. Highway 40, outside Steamboat Springs, Colorado. It is open dawn to dusk from spring until the first heavy snow.

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