ICe Cream Social

Every Tuesday during our summer season. Enjoy live music and a variety of ice cream all  on the banks of Fall River. Free to guests of Castle & McGregor Mountain Lodges.

Estes Park Ice Cream

Join us every Tuesday in the summer.

Tuesdays, Under the Tents at West End of Castle Mountain Lodge, 3-4:30 PM

On the week of July 4 we will hold our Ice Cream Social on Thursday, the 2nd from 3-4PM with special guest Brad Fitch (Cowboy Brad) singing in the stylings of John Denver and other “sing along” country music. 

2020 Music Lineup 

Tuesday, June 16                  Dizzy Fox Duo

Tuesday, June 23                  Gary and Linda Hall

Tuesday, June 30                  Summerhawk (Blue Grass)

**Thursday, July 2                Cowboy Brad special Appearance

Tuesday, July 7                      Gary and Linda Hall

Tuesday, July 14                   Dizzy Fox Duo

Tuesday, July 21                   Gary and Linda Hall

Tuesday, July 28                   Summerhawk

Tuesday, August 4                Gary and Linda Hall

Tuesday, August 11              Dizzy Fox Duo

Tuesday, August 18              Brothers of Brass GRAND FINALE

 

Dizzy Fox Duo

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Curtis Fox Bass                  Bob Latchaw piano

Formerly known as The Dempsey/Fox Duo est. 9/1/15

Directed by Curtis  Fox, (trombonist and Up-right bass) has worked to keep the duo playing throughout the year.

Originally from St.Louis, Mo. Curtis got his Bachelor of Music from The University of Kansas, and his Masters in Jazz Studies from The University of North Texas. After raising his family in Dallas Texas, Curtis and his wife Amy moved to Estes Park in June of 2014..Curtis Also plays in the Village Jazz and Concert Band.

Share the Road

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Share the Road celebrates folk and Americana in the beautiful Estes Valley, high in the Rocky Mountains. Linda Adam-Hall and Gary Hall have lived in Estes Park since 2003. Acoustic guitars and sweet vocals bring joy and warmth to our mountain cradle. Gary has released six CDs of original music (CD Baby and all the usual digital outlets), and both have been honing their musical craft for many a decade. You’ll likely see Linda running through the Town of Estes and hiking the trails of RMNP all year ’round. Gary works at Estes Park Health and also enjoys the summertime mountain trails. In a Share the Road performance, you’ll hear original music and tunes by Bob Dylan, John Prine, Gillian Welch, and many more, and even some adapted acoustic Americana from the Grateful Dead and Crosby, Stills, & Nash and others. And expect other surprises along the way. Enjoy the pristine mountain air while you relax to the melodies of Share the Road.

 

Cowboy Brad

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Cowboy Brad Fitch performs up to 300 shows throughout the US each year, for audiences ranging from dozens to thousands. He has recorded 23 albums featuring his original music and was commissioned by Rocky Mountain National Park to write the park’s 2015 centennial theme song.

Although he specializes in original folk and country/western music, he is proficient in a variety of musical genres and has performed with numerous concert and recording acts.   Brad has played for two US presidents, has opened for an impressive array of nationally-known artist and has received the Hawaii Music Award.    Originally from Estes Park, he’s been playing professionally since he was 15 years old.

In addition to his music, Brad is a veteran United States Coast Guard officer, a Wilderness Ranger in Rocky Mountain National Park and is certified as a YMCA Senior Director

 

Brothers of Brass

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Music is a universal language, and the Brothers of Brass truly exemplify this fact. Although based in Denver, the members of this eight piece brass band come from different backgrounds and have roots in states all across the country, including Louisiana, California, Kansas, and Florida. Both paying homage to the past and looking toward the future, The Brothers of Brass take the traditional brass band sound of New Orleans and infuse it with a mix of funk, pop, and hip-hop influences.