One reason to settle into a week or weekend with Timbers Resorts is to unplug, but sometimes the way to do that is by letting someone else plug in. On stage. Live. That’s right, it’s time to let a little music into your plans.
Whether it’s the slopes of of our ski-focused properties or the beaches and hills of Southern California, breaking away from the hectic world that exists outside Timbers Resorts means getting yourself into the headspace of living well. Family’s part of that, so is time outdoors. But the night time? Sometimes that’s best left to the bands.
Owners and guests at Timbers Resorts’ luxury residences and hotels are in luck, especially when it comes to catching a show or two. Let’s take a look a few locations and what they have to offer when it comes to tunes on the stage.
Aspen: From Dancing Bear Aspen & The Timbers Club to Belly Up
From the cool wash of keyboards and ethereal vocals that come with Ernest Greene’s group Washed Up, to the lush harmonies and already classic catalog of the Indigo Girls, to the inimitable voice of Al Green, that’s Belly Up Aspen. Having a nightspot like Belly Up just down the hill from The Timbers Club and down the street from Dancing Bear Aspen (the venue is on South Galena, in fact) means an absolute jewel in the crown for those staying with us, year-round. Next time you’re with us for a few days, check out the club’s calendar at BellyUpAspen.com.
Among the many good things about being in the vicinity of Solana Beach, just 20 miles south of San Diego, is that owners and guests of Timbers Resorts’ reciprocal luxury residences at The Villas at Rancho Valencia get to enjoy prime bookings at Belly Up’s original club on South Cedros Avenue. How does Lindsey Buckingham of Fleetwood Mac strike you? Or the phenomenal Brazilian chanteuse Céu? (Take our word on this one, she’s divine.) Dip into the other Belly Up’s calendar at BellyUp.com.
Colorado: From One Steamboat Place to Old Town
You can’t beat the skiing at One Steamboat Place in the winter, but you can certainly add to it a white hot night at the Old Town Pub. Maybe you’re in the mood for the improvisatory genius of Kyle Hollingsworth of mega-jam-band The String Cheese Incident (a post-Grateful Dead favorite). Or maybe you’re looking for some southern sounds in the form of the Sam Holt Band. You can even bring along your own guitar, because Old Town is a real community spot. It throws a weekly open mic. A monthly schedule can be found at the Old Town Pub website.
No need to go very far to soak up some sounds at The Sebastian – Vail. At Frost, the sleek bar adjacent to the lobby at The Sebastian, the Colorado microbrews are chilled just right, and the cocktails are in the hands of true mixologists. Also mixing for your pleasure are the DJs that spin all season long, and the weekly slate of acoustic songwriters who offer up their unique and personal takes from our hip nightspot’s microphones. Settle in for a sip and let Frost’s entertainment calendar take care of the rest. (Oh, and Happy Hour starts daily at 4 p.m.)
So, whether it’s you and someone special, or a way to get the kids into something cool, Timbers Resorts provide Owners and guests with all these ways to plug into performances.
Whatever your tastes in music, these nearby rooms should open up your nightlife to options familiar and new, whenever you get the notion. We second that emotion!
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