Bonus night added! Wednesday, August 26th
The Chamber’s Wednesday concerts are a tradition, and an evening that our community looks forward to every summer. In 2020, things will look a bit different, but hopefully just as much fun!
The Chamber has partnered with the Town of Basalt and our summer concert series production partner The Arts Campus At Willits (TACAW) to bring you Wednesday Night Live – a series of smaller, spread out street performances (buskers), celebrating all that makes Basalt and the mid-valley special. The street performers will range from musicians to magicians, jugglers and comedians — all disbursed through Basalt’s two main business districts (Historic Downtown and Willits) from 5:30-8:30 p.m.
“People can enjoy the entertainment while they’re out shopping and dining,” said Ryan Honey, TACAW’s executive director. Read the article in the Aspen Daily News.
Weekly performance lineup
2020 Wednesday Night Live dates | 5:30-8:30 p.m.
- Wednesday, June 24
- Wednesday, July 1
- Wednesday, July 8
- Wednesday, July 15
- Wednesday, July 22
- Wednesday, July 29
- Wednesday, August 5
- Wednesday, August 12
- Wednesday, August 19
- ENCORE NIGHT! Wednesday, August 26
Basalt begins an experiment with buskers on Wednesday nights The Aspen Times – June 24, 2020
Buskers to roam Basalt tonight as part of ‘Wednesday Night Live’ Aspen Daily News – June 24, 2020
Businesses – How to participate
Historic Downtown – near Tempranillo, The Brick Pony Pub, Free Range Kitchen and Butch’s Lobster Shack
Willits – in Triangle Park, on Market Street and at the seating area near Whole Foods
NOTE: All booking inquiries should be directed to Marc Breslin, TACAW’s artistic director.
Susie’s at Willits
331 Robinson St, Basalt | Willits
Open until 7:30 p.m. On Wednesday, July 15, Susie’s at Willits will be partnering with Theresa Rogers Jewelry for a Trunk Sale that will be held at the store 5-7:30 p.m.!
The Tipsy Trout
181 Basalt Center Circle, Basalt | Historic Downtown
Wino Wednesday, 20% off bottles of wine
Food & Beverage
We highly encourage you to support a local restaurant, as this is the perfect chance to dine-in, dine al fresco, or get dinner to go and picnic in the park, while safely physical distancing.
As this will be a popular community event, parking may be limited. Please be mindful of where you park. It is highly recommended that you take advantage of walking, biking (including using WE-cycle), using public transit (RFTA) as well as area Park & Ride lots for a more positive experience.