Cordillera Sounds of Summer with Mark Powell & Lariat

Mark Powell & Lariat

Cordillera Sounds of Summer with Mark Powell & Lariat

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5:30 - 8:30 p.m.

Bearcat Stables
2701 Squaw Creek Rd, Edwards, CO 81632
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Free concert takes place Friday, Aug. 3 from 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. at Bearcat Stables

Cordillera’s Sounds of Summer Concert Series continues Friday, Aug. 3 from 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. at Bearcat Stables with the award-winning Country Music star Mark Powell and Lariat.  Admission is free and the event is open to the public.

“Wear your hats, boots and buckles and prepare for an evening of dancing and great Country music,” says Rachel Oys, general manager for Cordillera.  “We are excited for Mark to be performing for the Vail Valley in one of its most intimate locations, Cordillera’s Bearcat Stables.”

With the recent release of his 5th studio album, “Breaking Things”, Mark Powell is quickly leaving a footprint bigger than Texas, encapsulating a modern spice to traditional country music. The unique blend of authentic lyrics, vocal hints of Geroge Strait, versatility as an accomplished musician, and unsurpassed showmanship as an entertainer, Mark Powell is gaining international success as an independent singer and songwriter.  As a 2nd generation professional musician, his father, Bishop, taught him the value of hard work in the music business. This hard work has lead to performing on some of the world’s largest stages and most elite songwriting rooms. Mark has written with the likes of hit songwriters: Dean Dillon, Bubba Strait, Jeff Hyde, Walt Aldridge, and many more. 16 other music artists have cut Mark’s songs, with 4 landing on the charts. This year is the year for “Breaking Things”; into even more markets and hearts of true Country Music fans!

In addition to the free music and dancing, food options will available from Rocky Mountain Taco. Bearcat Stables will be open to welcome guests at 5 p.m. Blankets and lawn chairs are welcome; please leave coolers, beverages and dogs at home.

For more information, please contact Cordillera Metro District at 970-926-1923 or visit