Glenwood Springs Summer of Music begins July 10 at Two Rivers Park

Six free Wednesday concerts planned for this summer

Summer in Glenwood Springs is all about spending time outdoors, grilling with friends, soaking in a hot spring or two, and enjoying free music all summer long at Two Rivers Park.

“The Summer of Music has been a central part of Glenwood Springs for 39 years,” said Annie Olson, chair of the Glenwood Springs Summer of Music board, in a press release. “We are eternally grateful to Bob and Mary Noone, who created the Summer of Jazz and led it for 25 years, and we are indebted to the entire Noone family for their vision and hard work in establishing this very special Glenwood tradition.”

The Glenwood Springs Summer of Music will kick off its 39th season on Wednesday, July 10 of this year, with a concert featuring Cash'd Out and opening act Ron Houston, according to a Summer of Music press release.

Each concert begins at 6:30 p.m. Please leave dogs, glass containers, and cigarettes or other smoking materials at home. Bring a blanket and camping or lawn chairs, as well as a picnic dinner – or purchase food from one of our local food vendors.

“Featuring free community concerts in Two Rivers Park every Wednesday night, the series gives locals and visitors alike the opportunity to meet old and new friends, enjoy a relaxed outdoor dinner, and enjoy great, free music,” the press release states.

Each concert this season will feature a touring headliner and a local opening act, so there will be something for everyone at each concert, said music director Bob Stepniewski in the press release.

“We wanted to have something for everyone and I think we accomplished that this year,” he said.

This year’s concerts in 2024 include:

  • Cash'd Out with opener Ron Houston on July 10
  • Po Ramblin Boys with opener Queen Bees, July 17
  • Boys of Summer with opener Social Climbers on July 24th
  • Johnny and the Mongrels with opening act Bell Creek Band, July 31
  • The Know Bodies Band with Louie and The Lizards, August 7
  • Float like a buffalo with the opener Jazzmaunats on August 14th

“We are so grateful for the continued and generous support of our community,” Olson said. “Our sponsors this year are the City of Glenwood Springs, Garfield County, Alpine Bank, Bighorn Toyota, Courtyard by Marriott, Residence Inn by Marriott, Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park and Glenwood Springs Ford. In addition, we are always looking for support from businesses and individuals.”

Donations are welcome to ensure Summer of Music continues to provide quality entertainment to the Glenwood Springs community for years to come. Go to to donate or to throw a few dollars into one of the buckets that volunteers carry through the audience at each concert.