Gateway Land & Development

Category Archives: Vail Ford Amphitheater


Image result for vail valley dance festival 2017

Join us in Vail, Colorado from July 29 through August 12 for the 29th season of the Vail Dance Festival. The Festival is a two-week celebration of exceptional artistry taking place in the heart of the Colorado Rocky Mountains.

Image result for 2017 vail dance festival

Artists that have visited the Festival include: New York City Ballet MOVES, BalletX, Martha Graham Dance Company, Paul Taylor Dane Company, Pacific Northwest Ballet and stars from the Royal Ballet, New York City Ballet, America Ballet Theatre, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Hamburg Ballet and Dance Theatre of Harlem. Just to name a few…

The Vail Dance Festival and Vail Valley Foundation have multiple box office locations. The main summer Festival box office is located at the Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater, adjacent to the Betty Ford Alpine Gardens at Ford Park. Additionally, patrons may purchase tickets at the Vilar Performing Arts Center in Beaver Creek. Contact the box office at 970.845.8497 to purchase your tickets.



Let Gateway Lead You Home…

Visit us at 183 Gore Creek Drive Suite 5 in beautiful Vail Village

Vail Valley Foundation Free Concerts

The Vail Valley Foundation produces year-round free concerts from Vail to Eagle enriching our community with various music genres from rock to country and everything in between.

Image result for summer music series vail, co

Starting now, enjoy free Tuesday night concerts at 6:30pm at the Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater in Vail

Here’s what you have to look forward to here in Vail on Tuesday nights…
July 6: Robby Peoples Band
July 13; Interstellar Boys
July 20: Satsang
July 27: The Broadcast
Aug 3: Emily Clark & The Passing Fancy
Aug 10: Talia Keys & The Love

Hope to see you there!


Let Gateway Lead You Home…
183 Gore Creek Drive | Suite 5 | Vail Village
970-926-6777 | 970-790-6777

Today marks the kick off of the country’s largest celebration of adventure sports, music, and the mountain lifestyle

Image result for gopro vail

Professional and amateur outdoor adventure athletes from the Vail Valley and around the world will converge upon the mountains and rivers of Vail to compete in nine sports and 25 disciplines including: x-country and road cycling, freestyle, 8-Ball, sprint and extreme kayaking, raft cross, World Cup Climbing, stand up paddle sprint and surf cross, as well as trail, mud and road running, dog comps and the Ultimate Mountain Challenge.

In addition to the athletic events, the GoPro Mountain Games will include a mountain photography competition, adventure film school, film festival, an interactive exhibition and demo area, live music, and mountain lifestyle parties. Not an athlete? No worries! Enjoy the many spectator bleachers set up so you can take a load off and take in the excitement!

Click HERE to see the daily happenings around Vail Village this weekend! There’s so much fun to be had in many facets!

Not to mention the abundant local vendors for tasty food and crisp cold beverages!

This is a weekend not to miss in Vail; it really expresses Vail’s true essence of active lifestyle and enjoyment

The Mountain Games are a project of the Vail Valley Foundation



Let Gateway Lead You Home

183 Gore Creek Drive Suite 5 Vail Village – located above the International Bridge 


The Ford Amphitheater is hosting Vail’s annual 4th of July celebration, “A Salute to Freedom”, with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. Tickets go on sale Thursday at 8am and cost $15 for wonderful pavilion seats. General admission lawn seats are free. The concert begins at 2pm on July 4th.

Bud Light is proud once again to sponsor local favorite:? Hot Summer Nights!!? Be sure to visit Ford Amphitheater this summer on Tuesday nights to see great live music and to see everyone in town!!? This is THE place to “see and be seen”!? Free music, great views and fun people, all in a stunning outdoor setting here in the Vail Valley.

Click Here For the Vail Valley Foundation’s Official Hot Summer Night Website!

Here is the summer 2010 line up (shows start at 6:30pm):

Soulive: 6/15
The Aggrolites: 6/22
The Killdares: 6/29
Jonathan Tyler & The Northern Lights: 7/6
Hoots & Hellmouth: 7/13
Laura?Reed & Deep Pocket: 7/20
Break EFX: 8/10? (Hot Summer Nights of Dance)
Toad the Wet Sprocket: 8/17
Message in a Bottle: The Police Tribute: 8/24

If you’ve never to been to a Hot Summer Nights’ show, you’ve been missing out; go solo, go as a couple, or bring the kids, just be sure to check it out.? To learn more about all the fun activities here in the Vail Valley, please call or email anytime.

Its summer time in the Vail Valley and that means the?Bravo! Vail Valley Music Festival is back!? Commencing tonight, July 1st, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra will kick off the 2009 season at the Ford Park Amphitheater at 6pm.? Everyone that frequents Vail in the summer knows that these outdoor concerts are not to be missed.? Amazing scenery, world class music, and lots of people enjoying themselves with great food and drink.

This is the 22nd season of BRAVO! Vail and looks like it will again be fun for the whole family.? Click here for this summer’s BRAVO! VAIL schedule!? Sit on the lawn or under the shell, just be sure to bring a smile and your appreciation of music!

And Vail has much more to offer as well.

Click Here for the Town of Vail’s Website!

Just visit Vail Resorts’?website by clicking here to view lots of summer activities!

And here are just a few suggestions on what to do when you’re here:
-Take the gondola (or ride your bike for the athletic types) to the top of Vail Mountain
-Visit the Betty Ford Alpine Gardens
-Fly fish Gore Creek (go solo or hire a guide)
-Hike the East Vail trails (Booth Lake, Gore Creek Trail & Pitkin Creek to name favorites)
-Bike up (or drive ) to Vail Pass to access Shrine Pass for Huge views
-Learn to kayak or go rafting
-Play golf at the Vail Golf Club

Call or email me anytime for the scoop on what to do here in Vail!