Beanstalk Festival joins together the awe-inspiring beauty of the Rocky Mountains and Colorado River with a live music experience of some of the top touring acts and musicians. Hosted by Colorado’s own, Magic Beans, the festival showcases choice local and national talent, deep in the heart of the mountains. Enjoy the outdoors and river all day, then let loose at night with good folks from around the country. Watch the music come to life under the brightest stars you’ve ever seen. After 5 years, Beanstalk has proven itself to be one of Colorado’s premier and intimate music and camping festivals. We hope to see you on the river this year!
Rancho Del Rio is a well-known and beloved Colorado festival site that is situated on the banks of the Colorado River nestled in a gorgeous mountain valley in Eagle County, CO. The site is known for being a major dropping point for rafters, stand-up paddleboards, tubers, and fishermen. It is located 30 mins west of Vail, 1 hour from Steamboat / Winter Park, and 2.5 hours from Denver / Boulder. Rancho is not only a great venue for music, but also for those who want to enjoy the outdoors; with access to the previously mentioned activities as well as endless miles of hiking, hot springs, cliff jumping, ATV trails, and world class mountain biking. The festival strives to provide time for people to enjoy all the site has to offer before music starts in mid-afternoon. The venue features no cell reception and implores festival goers to release themselves from the modern world in order to embrace the experience free from distraction. The area sits adjacent to old Indian burial mounds and the entire region is said to possess magical characteristics that one can undoubtedly feel when they set foot on the property. Clear blue skies, deed red mountains, a raging river, and passing trains make Rancho Deli Rio feel like its from an old western movie. We look forward to having you all out to experience this tremendous location, where music and art comes together with the awe-inspiring beauty of the Rocky Mountains.