Meadow Music is our award winning environmental education program and one of our most popular events! Summer of 2016 marks its 12th anniversary! Join Jeff & Paige, and our friend Mark, for a free concert on Chautauqua Green in Boulder, Colorado. Meadow Music happens most Monday evenings in the summer. Please note this event runs from June-August.
How does it work?
This event is free to the public thanks to the City of Boulder's Open Space and Mountain Parks Division!
Meet us at 5:30 to start a short hike that's friendly to all ages (we recommend arriving early to find a place to put your picnic blanket before the hike).
Our hike takes about 30 minutes because of all the little legs that join it, but all ages should be able to accomplish the task. Along the way we'll look for our color of the week and at the end our hike we'll sing a song to bring out our animal of the week--Coyote Bob, Ranger Paula, or The Black Bear...
After our hike we return to Chautauqua Green for a concert full of our original nature and science-based music. The concert starts around 6:00pm and ends by about 7:00. Bring a blanket to sit on, a picnic and some hiking shoes.
Read more about Meadow Music from a parent's perspective here.
For a full concert calendar and to plan your next visit to Meadow Music visit our calendar.
To get a feel for the event check out these videos: