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More Than Jazz

Lodging InfoThis year, Telluride Jazz Celebration is enjoying the 35th year of bringing worldclass jazz to the town of Telluride. A not-to-be-missed musical event, Telluride Jazz Celebration has earned national and international favor for featuring the best in classic, mainstream, blues, African and Latin jazz music – where will you be August 5-7? And, while in town, what will you enjoy?

Telluride is nestled among the jagged peaks of the San Juan Mountains.  This beautiful mountain retreat is the ultimate destination – complete with world class restaurants, luxurious spas and accommodations and lifetime adventures that you can find no where else.

This year, enjoy all that Telluride has to offer with our More Than Jazz partners.
Show your Jazz Celebration ticket or pass and receive discounted activities.

CorePower YogaWine Tasting 4:30 in the park on Friday
The tasting features about 20 varieties of wine, champagne and sparkling wine from around the world. The tasting is accompannied by a variety of artisanal cheeses, grapes, crackers and headed by an in-house sommelier. Each participant receives a custom keepsake Jazz Celebration glass. The Wine Tasting is free to any Friday or weekend pass holder.
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Exhilarating outdoor yoga is offered at 8:00 and 9:30 am on Saturday and Sunday in Town Park.This unique style of Vinyasa flow yoga combines energy, music, movement and community to create a one-of-a-kind yoga experience. More Info>>
Mountain Biking

Outdoor Activities
Did you know that Telluride is surrounded by 160 thousand acres of wilderness, majestic peaks and high alpine lakes? You truly have to see it to believe it. The region is also home to four 14,000 ft. peaks and below them lies a network of trails that cater to everything from biking and hiking to 4x4 jeep trips and camping.

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The premier guides for the Telluride region, Telluride Outside offers guided fly-fishing, rafting, 4x4 tours, mountain biking and photography tours.  The Jazz Celebration has partnered up with Telluride Outside to offer some fun and exciting trips. More Info>>
Climb to Conquer Cancer

Telluride Climb to Conquer Cancer
Climb to Conquer Cancer is a unique activity held by the American Cancer Society in our western states. For the Telluride climb, teams of 8 to 15 people will participate in a hike through beautiful mountain scenery, then take part in the festival. More Info>>

Historic Mining

As a national historic district, learn more about Telluride’s rich history. Stop by the Telluride Historical Museum or pick up a Telluride Visitors Guide and partake in the self-guided historical tour of town. www.telluridemuseum.org


Telluride and the Mountain Village boast many dining options, from our own award winning brew pub Smuggler's on main street to Allred’s steak house overlooking the valley - and everything in between. More Info>>

Retailers in Telluride and the Mountain Village offer a unique, independently-owned array of boutiques, galleries, sports shops and more for the enthusiastic shopper.
Telluride Inside...and Out

Telluride Inside...and Out is an insider's look at what makes the region tick, reflected in dynamic content (interviews recorded live, videos, and more). It covers everything from local institutions (Library, Ah Haa Schools, Museums and the New Community Coalition) to events, festivals, adventure, travel (including the Denver scene), fashion, dog training, with social commentary thrown into the mix. Preview highlights of the Jazz Celebration.

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