Mystic Hot Springs provides an amazing and one of a kind experience for lovers of incredible live music and performances. There are 3 stages on the property that each are intimate and unique scenes, unlike anything else you have ever experienced.
Mike loves live music and with nothing happening in the local area he decided to create a scene in the middle of nowhere and has made Mystic the place to go if you are a band traveling I70 from the front rage of Colorado to the coast of California or back, Serving as a perfect mid point on the route, Mike picks up these national touring bands on their off night, providing them a place to get some rest and relaxation and put on a show like nowhere else they have been. Mike's desire to have talented musicians play in his living room has also turned into an awesome way for Mystic to reach one of it's target market of music lovers. By hosting these bands, this promotes Mystic Hot Springs on band tour posters, websites, and social media platforms.
The Acoustic Stage up on the hill is a beautiful setting for live, acoustic music. You can sit in a warm bathtub, watching the sunset, while listening to a band in the raw, without amplification. Mystic has hosted 60 different sets up on the hill with The Motet being the first. Highlights from these sets include: ALO, New Monsoon, Good Gravy, Elephant Revival, Cracker, Random Rab, and Kannal.
The Festival Stage is 21 feet x 18 feet (the minimum sized stage the Grateful Dead would play on, by the way) and was built especially for Dark Star Orchestra that recreates Grateful Dead concerts in their entirety. The stage is not used often, but once a year or so, but when it gets going everyone has a blast! Railroad Earth, Wisebird, and March Fourth Marching Band have been some of our favorites to grace this stage. It's capacity is for 800 happy concert goers.
Mystic's Main Stage is inside, where most of our concerts occur. It is a modest sized room that holds 100 people. Mystic has hosted over 800 shows on this stage with bands like Mother Hips, Donna the Buffalo, Rusted Root, Head for the Hills, Sound Tribe Sector 9, Acoustic Syndicate, Nicki Bluhm & The Gramblers, and Tim Reynolds.