THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 2024 | 7 PM

Xavier Rudd: “When I first got successful I was surprised, because I thought what I was doing was more like art,” he says. I was experimenting with didges and gaffa-taping them to chairs and I always had this real love for wood and the tones of wood, so it was all very earthy.”

Those instinctive beginnings eventually yielded the more crafted and purposeful likes of Spirit BirdNanna (with his nine-piece band the United Nations), Storm Boy and seven more live albums — though nobody could ever count those early bootlegs swapped by fans from Argentina to the Czech Republic, serving to double his audience on each return.

Today, Xavier’s relentless upward arc is among the most astounding success stories of our time. Countless more celebrated acts have come and gone like fireworks as his campfire steadily grows: a beacon to the kind of music fan that seeks sustenance in a fast-food world.

“I value the simple things in life,” he shrugs. “I value community, culture, our connection to the earth as human beings. I don’t care too much for the other stuff. I think the roots of who we are, and what our ancestral lines are and how those stories have shaped us are the most important things. And I guess I always celebrate those things in my music.”

Mike Love: Revolutionary music may seem hard to come by in these times, but that doesn’t mean the revolution isn’t still brewing. Meet Hawaii’s Mike Love – who spreads his positive and powerful message across the globe.

Love developed a unique style and sound rooted in the spirituality and message-based music of reggae and Rastafari, while also fusing progressive and classic rock, soul, blues, flamenco, jazz, classical, and more. At the core of Mike’s music, is healing – he is an active social, animal and environmental rights advocate, using his music as a tool to educate and unite.

Children 2 and under are admitted free and do not require a ticket. ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL. NO REFUNDS. NO EXCHANGES. 

Gates 6:00 PM | Show 7:00 PM | Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater

General Admission | Starting at $20
General Admission Day of Show | $30
**Price of tickets does not include service fees


Xavier Rudd | Mike Love


All Mountains of Music concert series will be held at the magnificent, open-air Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater in Vail! Before you go, brush up on the ins and outs that make The Amp one of the premier outdoor music venues in the country.