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VIP Passes for each concert are on sale now - $20 each while supplies last. Very Limited Quantity Available.
Your VIP Concert Pass for each concert, along with your general admission ticket or Season Pass, gets you early entrance and access to reserved space in a private section located on the floor at center stage in the Elitch Arena. Standing area only. Valid for the individual show purchased only. Please bring your paid voucher to the VIP Service Center near the Carousel any time after 11am on the day of the event.
PARK ADMISSION NOT INCLUDED IN VIP ACCESS. MUST BE PURCHASED SEPARATELY - $20 UPGRADE PER SHOW TO BE USED WITH A ONE DAY TICKET OR SEASON PASS.
Seven Concerts FREE with a Season Pass! More Info
Get ready for an awesome lineup of FREE concerts at Elitch Gardens! With seven shows slated to take the stage, this year will have MORE music than ever. Check out who will be performing...
Dove Cameron & Ryan McCartan - July 11
You’ll be able to see Dove Cameron and Ryan McCartan in their new band, The Girl and the Dreamcatcher on July 11th. Best known for their roles on the Disney's original series Liv and Maddie, this dynamic duo is taking their musical talents to the Elitch Arena stage.
Rock N' Ride Festival - July 25
On July 25th, three acts are slated to take the stage in the annual Rock N’ Ride Christian music festival. Tenth Avenue North, Britt Nicole, and The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus are sure to bring the fun and fellowship in their truly inspiring performances. Doors open at 4 PM. Performance times subject to change.
The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus - 5 PM
The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus is a Faith driven punk rock/post hardcore band who strives to show people the light in a world of dark through music.
Britt Nicole - 6:40 PM
Britt Nicole drew inspiration from her fans in penning her hit single Gold and creates music that’s both genuine and empowering.
Tenth Avenue North - 8:20 PM
Tenth Avenue North’s fourth studio album, aptly titled Cathedrals, is a collection of well-crafted songs that inspire community, encourage accountability and celebrate not being alone.
Sabrina Carpenter - August 1
Sabrina Carpenter, who plays Maya Hart on Disney Channel’s Boy Meets World spinoff Girl Meets World, will perform on August 1st. At just fifteen, she has signed with Hollywood Records and recorded a four song EP that would give an artist of any age a run for their money and is currently pouring her creativity into writing and recording her full-length album.
R5 - August 8
Colorado natives turned stars R5 will return to the centennial state and perform their pop rock hits in a magnetic show on August 8th. They rocketed onto the Billboard Top 200, debuting at #24 and hitting #2 on the iTunes Pop chart, with debut album Louder. Originally from Littleton, Colorado, the band is comprised of Ellington Ratliff along with Lynch siblings Riker, Rocky, Rydel and Ross, who also known for his character Austin Moon on the Disney Channel original series Austin & Ally.
Jake Miller - May 30
Ever since Jake Miller began posting his original songs on YouTube a few years ago, the 21-year-old Miami-born pop artist has amassed a large fan-following, who are devoted to his irresistible musical blend of pop and hip-hop, combined with the positive messages in his songs. He independently released two EP’s, 2012’s Spotlight and 2013’s The Road Less Traveled, which debuted at No. 1 on the iTunes Hip-Hop chart, plus a full-length album, 2013’s Us Against Them. Now having signed to Warner Bros. Records, Miller recently released his new single “First Flight Home.”
PLUS Opening Act: SF1
Shane “SF1” Franklin is a drummer, music producer, dancer, actor and emcee. Born in Denver, SF1 began emceeing at the age of nine and in 2014 was named Westword magazine's "Best Male Hip Hop MC 2014."
Debby Ryan & The Never Ending - June 6
As one of the most watched young stars in the business today, Debby Ryan, star of Disney’s Jessie, has become known for her ability to illuminate television and film screens. In addition to incredible acting chops, Debby broke onto the music scene in 2013 with her band The Never Ending. Joined by drummer Johnny Franco and guitarist Kyle Moore, they released their 5-track EP “One” last June.
Intocable - June 14
The Grammy Award winning Latino group has sold millions of copies from their 15 studio albums since forming in the early ‘90s. The band walked away with five nominations to the Billboard Regional Mexican Awards. Two hits from the album “Robarte Un Beso” and “Prometi” landed at No. 1 in US regional radio.