City of Aspen
|Primary Jurisdiction:||City of Aspen|
Specific location(s): Benedict Music Tent 2 Music School Rd. Aspen, CO 81611
Set-up: 06/20/2017 12:00 AM
Start: 06/23/2017 05:00 PM
End: 06/25/2017 11:00 PM
Dismantle: 06/27/2017 12:00 AM
Sherwood Webber Send e-mail
930 W. 7th Ave
Denver, CO 80209
Phone: (303) 249-7676
Work: (720) 931-8714
Cat Leonaitis Send e-mail
110 E. Hallam, Suite 104
aspen, CO 81611
Work: (970) 618-5960
OTHER CONTACTS: During event - contact names & phone numbers
Primary: Sherwood Webber (303) 249-7676
Secondary: Cat Leonaitis (970) 618-5960
Medical: Cat Leonaitis () -
Parking: Cat Leonaitis () -
Safety: Cat Leonaitis () -
Security: Bill Vinelli - DD Group (719) 429-6665
Transportation: Cat Leonaitis () -
|DETAILS & DOCUMENTS:|
The JAS June Festival will include three nights of headline concerts from world-class musicians at the Benedict Music Tent (June 23-25, July 1), and nightly Lawn Party at the Benedict Music Tent (June 23-25).
JAS June Experience Cheat Sheet
Benedict Music Tent located on the Aspen Music Festival Grounds in Aspen’s West End
960 N. 3rd Street Aspen
LINE-UP & TICKET INFO
Friday, June 23
Michael McDonald @ 8:30
Jon Batiste & Stay Human @ 6pm
Lawn Party Starts @ 5pm
General Admission: $65.95 + $10 service charge
Reserve B: $79.95 + $10 service charge
Reserve A: $95.95 + $10 service charge
Saturday, June 27
Earth Wind & Fire @ 8:30pm
Lawn Party Starts @6pm
General Admission: $75.95 + $10 service charge
Reserve B: $99.95 + $10 service charge
Reserve A: $149.95 + $10 service charge
Sunday, June 28
Tower of Power @ 7:30pm
Lisa Fischer & Grand Baton @ 5pm
Lawn Party Starts @ 4pm
General Admission: $39.95 + $10 service charge
Reserve A: $75.95 + $10 service charge (includes a voucher for one dinner and one drink, to be used at one of the event food vendors)
THREE DAY PASS: $175 + $20 service charge (includes Reserve B ticket for Fri/Sat and general admission for Sunday)
Saturday, July 1 – THIS SHOW IS SOLD THROUGH THE ASPEN MUSIC FESTIVAL. IF YOU RECEIVE CALLS RE. TICKETS PLEASE DIRECT THEM TO: 970.925-9042
Ella @ 100: Direct from the Apollo feat. Count Basie Orchestra, Patti Austin, Lizz Wright, Andra Day & David Alan Grier
PATRON (VIP) TICKETS: SOLD AT THE JAS OFFICE, 970.920.4996 or visit wwwjazzaspensnowmass.org
TICKET & LODGING PACKAGES: SOLD THROUGH STAY ASPEN SNOWMASS, 800-SNOWMASS
There is NO DEDICATED PARKING at the June Experience (with the exception of VIP ticket holders). Regular RFTA shuttle service leaving on the hour will be available from Ruby Park to the Benedict Must Tent grounds throughout the evening. Additional shuttle options will be announced at a later date. The Aspen WE-Cycle program will also be one-site, bringing concert goers fast, enjoyable bike rides.
Free & Open to the Public. NO OUTSIDE FOOD OR BEVERAGE ALLOWED TO BE BROUGHT IN.
Food & beverages available for purchase on-site
Two stages will feature live music
NO TARPS, blankets allowed
Site Plan (and maps):
Same as previous years. See maps attached.
JAS to provide staff contact sheet prior to event.
Like years past, there will be public notification and website postings for all show information.
Overnight security will be provided by JAS to secure equipment on 6/23-26. There will be security guards used for the event to secure stage.
Security Provided By:
3365 US HWY 50, Cañon City, CO 81212 United States
Medical will be called upon when needed
Same as year`s past - JAS will execute walk-thru with all parties prior to event.
110 E Hallam, Suite 104
Aspen, CO 81611
The city bus RFTA service will run during the event. An additional bus will be added for each night of the event.
We will supplement with CME shuttles running to and from the event.
Same as years past - will work with Parking Dept to review any needs.
There will be attendants on site from 3pm-10pm to direct traffic.
Additional trash and recycling bins will be brought on site for the event.
We instituted a new "green team" program in 2015 which made strides in the right direction. We will continue to partner with the City of Aspen to grow the green program.
All waste management and additional portable toilets will be provided by MRI (contact: Jeremy Frees - 970- 319-3453
Alcohol Mitigation Plan:
Existing plan at AMFS Benedict Music Tent.
We will be using Benedict`s existing in-house liquor license. Phil McKeague will be the Bar Manager for this event: 970 379 8879. Alcohol will be served out of lemonade stand on site.
Existing plan at AMFS Benedict Music Tent.
ADA seats in the BMT:
The wheelchair locations are
Alcohol Permit & License:
Food Vendors and caterer will individually submit foodservice applications.
Sales Tax & Bus. License:
name of Event: JAZZ ASPEN SNOWMASS JUNE EXPERIENCE
name of Business: JAZZ ASPEN SNOWMASS
Sales Tax/Primary Mailing Address: 110 E HALLAM, STE 104, ASPEN, CO 81611
Location Address: SAME
Sales Tax Address: SAME
Location Address: SAME
Phone Number of Business: (970) 920-4996
Fax Number N/A
Sales Tax Contact name: JOHN TANGEN
Contact Phone (970) 920-4996
E-mail Address email@example.com
Colorado Sales Tax License Number: 84-1220222
State of Colorado Sales Tax Exempt Number: 19921105906
Reviewed and accepted: NO
Will review with both Bldg & Fire Departments and apply for all proper permits for tents- 40x120 dining tent @ Benedict Music Tent- same as years past.
Same as years past.
JAS will provide City with Cert.
|REVIEWING AGENCY COMMENTS/STATUS:||Overall Status:||Approved|
|Aspen Ambulance ServiceSend an email||Status:|
|Aspen EngineeringSend an email||Status:|
Applicant Reply [06/13/2017 10:51 AM] 1. No street closures have been requested. 2. Please be sure refrigerator truck has proper storm water protection as needed. 3. Port a potties must have storm water protection and be secured. No stakes allowed in the street. 4. Detailed diagram of event noted below.
|Aspen Environmental HealthSend an email||Status:|
Applicant Reply [06/13/2017 10:52 AM] 1. Permit applicant has been notified all events serving food must complete the Temporary Event Food Service Application. Vendors are TBD and will be updated. 2. In the event port a potties are required, City recommends two potties for the first 100 attendees and one port a potty per 100 guests thereafter. Per cluster, a minimum of 1 of these facilities must be ADA accessible. (Please refer to Engineering for further details) 3. NOISE ORDINANCE: As this is a repeat event, EH Director has indicated City can approve based on past council approval and no significant changes from years past.
|Aspen Finance DepartmentSend an email||Status:|
Applicant Reply [06/13/2017 10:52 AM] 1. All vendors conducting business for profit in Aspen must be licensed with the City of Aspen and must collect and remit Aspen sales tax on taxable sales. Please have unlicensed vendors complete and submit the 1-2 Day Sales Tax and Business License Application a minimum of 5 business days prior to event start. Applications may be completed on line http://www.aspenpitkin.com/Business-Navigator/Start-or-Manage-Your-Business/Business-License-Application-Landing-Page/ or submitted by email to Michelle Holman. 2. As the event producer it is your responsibility to collect all of the forms with payment and submit to Michelle Holman in the finance department. If there are more than 10 vendors participating in your event, for tracking purposes, please provide a list with all contact information or use the sample/template excel spreadsheet. 3. As the Special Event applicant, please note the following areas when a fee may be involved, parking fees, park fees, liquor permit, tent permit, inspection fee, electrical permit and permit application fee. Please refer to the City of Aspen Municipal Code
|Aspen Fire DistrictSend an email||Status:|
Applicant Reply [06/13/2017 10:53 AM] 1. Permit indicates 40’ x 120’ tent and periphery tents as noted in diagram provided by Bethel. Applicant has been notified permit is required, and must be reviewed and inspected by the Aspen Fire Protection District. Please coordinate with Jan Legersky at the fire department an inspection of the tent and any temporary structures prior to the event opening. Jan.firstname.lastname@example.org or 970.925.5532 2. No mushroom heaters are allowed, décor and pop-up tents to be fire retardant, do not cover fire extinguishers or Exit signs and the only acceptable forms of fuel for outdoor cooking are natural gas, electric or propane. No sternos, charcoal or wood are allowed. Fire extinguishers must be provided by all vendors. 3. Detailed diagram of event is noted below. Please allow for 20’ wide emergency/fire lanes and attendee access aisles
|Aspen ParkingSend an email||Status:|
Applicant Reply [06/13/2017 10:53 AM] Permit indicates having 12 attendees on site to direct traffic between 12:00pm – 10:00pm. Also requesting 4 No Parking signs for Festival shuttles on north side of Durant at Monarch from June 23-June 25.
|Aspen Police DepartmentSend an email||Status:|
Applicant Reply [06/13/2017 10:53 AM] 1. Permit applicant indicates utilizing the existing liquor license at Benedict Music Tent. Alcohol will be served from lemonade stand on site 2. Should you like to request services from the Police Department please indicate the day, time and scope of request for departmental review. Public law enforcement services may be charged out at a rate to be determined in your agreement with the Chief of Police. The Chief of Police reserves the right to place officers and staff events as deemed necessary in the interest of public safety. 3. Outside security has been hired, permit indicates working with DD Group 3365 US Hwy 50, Canon City, CO 81212 email@example.com Permit indicates overnight security to secure equipment and stage June 23-26.
|Aspen Special EventsSend an email||Status:|
Applicant Reply [06/13/2017 10:55 AM] 1. Neighbor noticing will be required prior to your event. 2. Applicant to work with Special Events to determine surrounding area and timeframe to receive Neighbor Notice. In addition, applicant has been notified to email a copy of the neighbor notice to Diana Morrissey at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Aspen StreetsSend an email||Status:|
Applicant Reply [06/13/2017 10:55 AM] 1. No street closures have been requested. 2. NO STAKES can be driven into the asphalt right of way to hold down any type of structure. Pop up tents or any other type of structures set up on asphalt right of way will have to use other means of securing the structure, (water barrels, sand bags etc.) 3. If street sweeping is requested, the department can do the sweeping if it can schedule it into the normal work schedule. Charges may apply. 4. No Permanent painting or markings on streets or curbs is allowed.
|Aspen TransportationSend an email||Status:|
Applicant Reply [06/13/2017 10:55 AM] 1. Attendance of a quantity higher than existing RFTA services or for locations outside existing RFTA services may require supplemental service at the expense of the event producer. Bus service must be on par with demand. Event producer indicates we are supplementing with continuous shuttles 4 vans) provided by CME from 7pm - 11pm on June 23-25 that run from in front of the Little Nell and at Wagner Park to the Music Festival drop. Based upon 2014 feedback, at the end of each show, please have all shuttles staged at venue to accommodate guests exiting venue at same time. 2. Signage to be provided on both sides of Rubey Park directing attendees to shuttle at Wagner Park (Durant and Monarch). Accurate transportation information should be included on the JAS website. 3. Car to Go and/or We-Cycle parking spaces are permanent locations and may not be moved or utilized as parking spaces for your event without prior approval from Lynn Rumbaugh in Transportation. FEEDBACK: Feedback regarding Jazz: 2015 Feedback 1. I am concerned that the agreed upon number of shuttles was changed without communication (if I am correct about what was in the permit). 2. The Jazz website homepage made no mention of the CME shuttles being available or their location. There was a blog post with the correct info – but the home page sent people to RFTA buses that weren’t available, creating a number of customer service issues. See screen shot below. 3. Our security reported issues at Rubey Park – mostly related to trash – as people waited for RFTA buses to the Tent. 2017 Requests 1. I would request that the event provide trash receptacles and removal at Rubey Park. 2. The events materials need to provide correct transit service information. 3. I would like an agreed upon number of shuttles that is considered optimal and is not reduced without discussion.
|= Not Yet Reviewed = Need More Info = Declined = Approve|