Exploratory progressive rock piece Papadosio will return to Frisco, CO for their inaugural, Snowsio Festival set for February 6th-8th, 2020.
Taking place at Frisco’s 10 Mile Music Hall, the band will host this first-ever snow party with three sets over the three-day event, which will also feature performances from Colorado jammers Eminence Ensemble, Star Kitchen, and a solo après set by Joel Cummins (Umphrey’s McGee). Additionally, fans will be treated to a classic rock super jam featuring an all-star cast of Snowsio musicians for a “Pink Floyd versus Led Zeppelin” showdown.
Positioned just over 9,000 feet above sea level, 10 Mile Music Hall is the highest year-round music venue in the United States for premiere live entertainment events. There’s never a better time to be up in the mountains than in the winter, so fans can expect to find their cloud on top of the snowy mountains with three days of tubing, discounted lift tickets, and après-ski acoustic performances. Snowsio will also mark Papadosio’s return to the nearly-two-mile high venue since last year’s two-night run with The Jauntee and Amoramora.
“We are thrilled to be in the mountains throwing this incredible event, it’s a new feel for us and we couldn’t be happier to debut it high up in the Rockies with our Colorado Family,” Papadosio said.
The three-day festival pass will include an exclusive EarthCry & Friends VIP tubing party at the Frisco Tubing Hill with free complimentary tubing from 5-6 p.m. and special performances by EarthCry and Brether. Three-day ticket holders will also receive a koozie, event pin, poster, and laminate.