New for 2017! Festival organizers have partnered with the Telluride Academy and Caleb Chapman's Soundhouse to introduce a new, week-long music education and outdoor adventure academy for students on July 31 – August 4, 2017. The Telluride Jazz Adventure Academy provides students the opportunity to learn new skills, collaborate with peers, perform on stage during the Festival and adventure outdoors at the height of summer in the stunning San Juan Mountains.
Have it all! "All That Jazz" is our all-inclusive pass for 3 days and 2 nights of music! "All that Jazz" is your ticket to the complete weekend package of live music at the Telluride Jazz Festival! Available in both General Admission and VIP levels, "All that Jazz" provides daily admission to the festival in Telluride Town Park and the "Jazz After Dark" shows on Friday and Saturday nights.
With the new event producers, SBG Productions, at the helm, 2017 ushers in a new era for the festival. Expect a more diverse artist lineup with broader appeal, refined weekend amenities and improved Town Park design plans to offer a better-rounded weekend experience. Here are the top 10 reasons why the Telluride Jazz Festival should be on your 2017 calendar.
Enjoy a clear view of the main stage entertainment from the comfort of your own Colorado Yurt Cimarron Tent curated with luxurious conveniences and a concierge service. These specialty tents are outfitted with comfortable decor, a covered front porch, fire pit and relaxed seating for eight.
Just announced and new for 2017, the Telluride Jazz Festival has added a VIP Experience to the list of Festival pass options. The VIP Experience features a weekend with access to the exclusive Patron/VIP area inside the Festival grounds with a covered, heated lounge with unobstructed stage views, seating in front of the stage, a hosted bar with craft beer, select wine and specialty cocktails, private, up-scale restrooms and more!
The Telluride Jazz Festival has partnered with the Telluride Historical Museum to offer free museum admission to pass and ticket holders during the festival weekend. The partnership will give festival attendees a chance to visit the museum and learn about the region's rich Ute heritage, robust mining history, and ski and festival history.