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SOH: Sheridan Arts Foundation and Telluride Ski Resort announce partnership and music series



Sheridan Arts Foundation and Telluride Ski Resort announce partnership and music series

MarchFourth Marching Band, Leftover Salmon & Steel Pulse to play Telluride Conference Center Winter Music Series 



The Sheridan Arts Foundation and the Telluride Ski Resort are proud to announce a new partnership this winter with the Telluride Conference Center Winter Music Series. The series will be presenting three concerts this winter in the Mountain Village, providing guests and locals alike with more music options throughout the ski season. 


The series kicks off with summer festival and Sheridan Opera House favorite MarchFourth Marching Band on January 25.  The music series continues with Colorado jamgrass band Leftover Salmon February 16 and wraps up with reggae legend Steel Pulse on March 20.  


The Sheridan Arts Foundation (SAF) is a non-profit organization that owns and operates the Sheridan Opera House (SOH), producing quality entertainment year round. However with a limited SOH capacity of 265, the Telluride Conference Center now expands the SAF’s audience reach. 


“We often are asked to book bands that are too costly for the Sheridan Opera House, for example Steel Pulse, and this partnership is a fabulous way to provide the community and visitors with live music while benefiting our historic Sheridan Opera House,” said SAF Programming Director Ronnie Palamar.


The series is sponsored by the Telluride Conference Center which is owned by the Town of Mountain Village. Telluride Ski Resort, which manages the Telluride Conference Center, invited the SAF to collaborate on bringing music to the space.  This partnership will not only benefit the non-profit SAF, but will also bring more music fans to Telluride throughout the ski season.  


“This partnership between the SAF, Telluride Ski Resort and the Telluride Conference Center is mutually beneficial for everyone involved, including the community,” said Tony Kalyk, Manager of Telluride Conference Center. “Telluride is well known for the music scene in the summer and this will provide guests and locals with additional live music options in the winter.”


More information about each concert of the Telluride Conference Center Winter Music Series: 


  • MarchFourth Marching Band: Saturday, January 25, tickets $20 (plus nominal ticketing fee) 9 p.m. show, 8:30 doors. Check out this eclectic crew of Portland musicians and circus performers that have developed quite the local and regional following after performing at Telluride Jazz Celebration, Telluride Blues and Brews Festival and the SOH. MarchFourth is far from a marching band in any traditional sense, anchored by funk electric bass, they carry audiences to the African jungle by way of Brazil with samples from the best of American funk, rock and jazz. Everything is tied together with their high-stepping stilt acrobatics. 
  • Leftover Salmon: Sunday, February 16, tickets $30 (plus nominal ticketing fee) 9 p.m. show, 8:30 doors. Colorado’s legendary jam grass band Leftover Salmon sure does love Telluride, and Telluride loves these guys right back. They’ve played countless festivals and played late into the night at the Sheridan Opera House, but this year it’s time to take their big bluegrass, Cajun, funk, boogie laced sound to the Telluride Conference Center. The sound of Leftover Salmon is unmistakable: fluid, loose-limbed and simultaneously rootsy and daring. 
  • Steel Pulse: Thursday, March 20, tickets $30 (plus nominal ticketing fee) 9 p.m. show, 8:30 doors. Grammy award-winning reggae band Steel Pulse has been true to their reggae roots for more than 35 years. One of Bob Marley’s personal favorites, the band is one of the preeminent reggae bands touring today spreading the Jamaican message of love and justice around the world to music lovers. 


For Lodging and Lift packages, an access code will be given with the purchase of concert tickets for discounts up to 20% off. For more information call 1-800-778-8581. 


Spotify users can listen to music from all three artists/bands by clicking  on this link: TCC Winter Concert Series.



Media Contacts:

Kathrine Warren Tom Watkinson

PR/Marketing Director PR & Communications

Sheridan Arts Foundation Telluride Ski & Golf

970.728.6363 ext. 3 970-728-7409



Tickets and additional event information are available at or 970.728.6363 x5



The Sheridan Arts Foundation was founded in 1991 as a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization to preserve the historic Sheridan Opera House as an arts and cultural resource for the Telluride community, to bring quality arts and cultural events to Telluride and to provide local and national youth with access and exposure to the arts through education. The Sheridan Arts Foundation is sponsored in part by grants from the Telluride Foundation, CCAASE, CCI and El Pomar.