January 5 - 10, 2019
Does it really get any better than the MusicFest? In its 34th year, this festival continues to draw thousands of people who love skiing and music. Six days, 50+ bands and live performances featuring Texas and Americana music at the Steamboat Ski & Resort is a vacation you're sure to remember.
The 2019 event will include a wide array of performers, including favorites such as the Turnpike Troubadours, Cody Canada & The Departed, Dirty River Boys, Jack Ingram, and more. Click below for a full list of performers and bios for this year's 34th annual MusicFest.
Free Concerts for 2019
If you're here for the festivities but couldn't secure event tickets, there are still a few free concerts for you to enjoy during your stay. Check back here for the lineup of free shows and artists, taking place at Gondola Square.
All concerts begin at 1:00 p.m.
Things to Do
Not a skier or snowboarder but looking for fun activities to do during your Musicfest trip to Steamboat? Go for a snowmobile tour, go for a dog sled ride, soak in the hot springs, take flight in a hot air balloon, and more. Click below to view all of the winter activities that are sure to make your visit to Steamboat a memorable one.
Whether you prefer a taxi service, on-site shuttle, or opt for the free bus system, there are many options for easy travel within Steamboat Springs.
GO Alpine has provided the community of Steamboat Springs with local taxi service since 1984. Services available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Lodging Property Shuttles
Many of the local lodging properties offer shuttle service. The extent of the service is dependent on each property and the season.
Steamboat Springs Transit (SST)
For those without their own transportation, the city of Steamboat Springs offers a comprehensive system of free transportation between the ski area, downtown and most hotel, condominium, restaurant, grocery and entertainment locations, stopping at each location approximately every 20 minutes.