Every ski season in Vail, Colorado ends with a weekend full of free live concerts, pond-skimming and other fun events. While High Country Kombucha was not a sponsor, some of us did attend the two free concerts held last night. The first concert was Funkiphino which was a blast and the weather was good but unfortunately, we did not take any pictures. The second concert was Grace Potter & the Nocturnals and the weather turned to snow. I promised to post pictures the next time it snowed and I got some really good ones last night. Here’s a picture of the snow as it first started falling, very lightly.
The snow was actually very pretty to view as it was reflected in the stage lighting;
Then it really started dumping but locals expect some of this in April so we were prepared with warm gloves, hats and long johns.
Of course, the snow wasn’t intense for long and the music was amazing! Grace Potter is high energy with an awesome voice – we stayed until the very end.
This morning the lucky people in Vail awoke to a powder day. Be careful, the mountain was getting pretty sketchy before this snowfall!
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If you attended the concert, leave a comment and let us know what you thought of the snow, the music, or the event. We’d love to hear from you.