Private reserve passes now on sale for Thievery Corporation concert at Spring Back to Vail

By Real Vail
March 29, 2012

Private Reserve passes are now on sale for the Friday, April 13 Thievery Corporation concert presented by Bud Light in Ford Park at Spring Back to Vail.

Admission to all Spring Back to Vail events is free, but Private Reserve passes give holders access to preferred viewing of the stage in Ford Park, complimentary food and complimentary alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. The Private Reserve pass is the ultimate Spring Back concert experience, providing access to an exclusive area of the venue complete with outdoor heaters and close in viewing of the main stage.

Private Reserve passes for the Thievery Corporation concert are just $95 now through March 31 and will go up to $125 on April 1. Passes can be purchased through the Vail Box Office in Vail Village by calling 970-845-8497.

Thievery Corporation

Spring Back to Vail is the annual spring bash in Vail, Colo. celebrating the close of the skiing and riding season with a jam-packed schedule of events that includes free headliner concerts, nightly bar parties, the Spring Back to Vail Expo Village and the wet ‘n' wild World Pond Skimming Championships presented by Rockstar. For more information on Spring Back toVail, including the full schedule of events and registration for the World Pond Skimming Championships, visit

Spring Back to Vail is presented by Vail Mountain, Bud Light, Cadillac, SoBe Lifewater, Sprint, and Town of Vail, and is brought to you in part by Helly Hansen, Maui Jim, MATADOR® Beef Jerky, SmartWool, Macanudo, Liberty Skis, UrgentRx, Vail Daily and KZYR-The Zephyr.

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