Guide for relocation to Steamboat Springs, CO

Performance venues

Strings Music Festival

The award-winning Strings Music Festival is a nationally recognized venue and music festival offering classical and contemporary programming. With an annual $2 million budget and housed in the 6.5-acre Strings Festival Park, the festival is led by music director Michael Sachs and executive director Elissa Greene. Bringing in everyone from classical superstars to jazz virtuosos and rock legends, last year it saw more than 25,000 people attend 60 concerts, 35 percent of which were free to the public. Steamboat is a special place, and its amazing to have this type of music facility here,says Sachs. Its a true, world-class, year-round performing arts organization.

Chief Theater

Located in the heart of downtown, the Chief Theater is a performing arts and cultural venue that continues to bolster Steamboats arts, culture and entertainment scene. Built in 1926, the theater was recently renovated and has hosted performances by such acts as the Wood Brothers, Uncle Lucius, John McEuen, Tony Furtado, Todd Park Mohr and more. It also hosts comedy acts, documentary screenings, drama performances and other programs. We try to offer something for every facet of the community,says Executive Director Scott Parker. 


Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School and Camp

Founded in 1913, Perry-Mansfield is the nations oldest operating performing arts camp. As well as offering dance, theater and drama instruction, it hosts special performances throughout summer, from festival readings and playwright screenings to professional dance performances at its Julie Harris theater.


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