2015 Entertainment & Events Schedule
for Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park
THE FRIDAY AFTERNOON CLUB ON THE MOUNTAIN - WINTER
Friday Afternoon Club on the Mountain, November 13 - February 26, 5pm to 8:30pm
Free tram starts at 4pm, live music starts at 5pm.
At the top, you can enjoy the live music at the Locals' Favorite Place to View the Sunset, along with food and drink specials. The staff spins a wheel every half hour to determine the drink special.
Come early. Stay late and experience the lights, winter rides, caves, and more!
FAC Musical Peformer Info
Painters Stage duo Noemi and Kristof Kosmowski enjoy playing all kinds of music. A few years back they began playing original material. Many of their of songs have roots in european compositions to eastern gypsy rhythms.
Spinning their own style into familiar songs is what they feel closest to. The gypsy sound and reggae rhythm is the heartbeat of Painters Stage. They have been playing together for 25 years with the same contagious pleasure and passion.
This popular local valley performer plays rock, blues, reggae, country, folk and bluegrass on guitar, banjo and harmonica. Singing and a "loud foot" are his main focus but he love to tinker... like with washtub bass and spoons.
He can also be seen regularly at the Hotel Jerome, the Little Nell, the St. Regis and the Ritz Carlton, and also at many events of the Aspen Skiing Company.
Gerry Goodman plays classic rock and Stevie Ray Vaughn cover tunes.
The Logan Brothers
The Logan Brothers play classic rock and folk.
Frank Martin brings Americana to life: the heart of country, the fire of bluegrass, the spirit of folk, the passion of blues, the twists of jazz. Martin is one the valley’s favorite songwriters, singers and multi-instrumentalist. His vocals rise to gospel heights, and his guitar and mandolin playing cross genres with fire and finesse.
Chris has been performing in the Valley for 25 years as vocalist, bassist, saxaphonist percussionist, and guitarist. He incorporates all of this in his solo act by layering various instruments. His musical styles span a variety of genres from pop, soul, R&B, jazz.
He has performed in concert with pop artist Kenny Loggins, The Temptations, John Denver, Bo Diddley, Jimmy Buffet, and Francine Reed, as well as jazz greats Ernie Watts and Nelson Rangell.
FAC guests can ride the tram for free starting at 4pm on Fridays with the ad printed or shown from this page, or clipped or printed from the Post Independent.
More information is available by calling 945-4228, ext. 0.
Starting November 13, we're kicking off a Winter Wonderland full of good cheer and fun! There'll be a sparkling display of 500,000 lights (that’s 35 miles of lights!) along with a warming hut offering hot beverages, fire pits to warm the hands and roast s’mores, 4D theater movies and winter thrill rides..
The Alpine Coaster and the Soaring Eagle Zip Ride will be lighted and open for rides after dark, and we’ll have special colorful holiday lighting in the King's Row section of the caves.
Visitors to Glenwood Caverns will find themselves surrounded by winter festivities and family-friendly activities, and a giant Christmas tree with a light show choreographed to music takes center stage in the plaza
Sure to brighten the winter season!
For more info, be sure to visit our WINTER ON THE MOUNTAIN web page!