Upcoming Events

Join us for the 26th Annual Colorado Riverfront Concert Series. These concerts are held each summer to raise money for trail building and maintenance projects. Audience support is through the purchase of food and beverages and a donation when the bucket is passed, which goes directly to the Riverfront Trails. Sponsor supporters receive a wristband for select seating for each concert and access to the sponsor only bar for beer and wine purchases.


Concert Sponsors provide support in the form of monetary donations.

For a ticket level donation or to become a sponsor, please call One Riverfront at 970-683-4333 or email info@oneriverfront.org.

TAB BENOIT with special guest Larry McCray



Always a Grand Valley favorite, Tab Benoit is Louisiana’s No. 1 roots export.  More than just an acclaimed bluesman, he is an indefatigable conservation advocate.  Benoit is a driving force behind Voice of the Wetlands, an organization working to save Louisiana’s wetlands.  In 2010, he received the Governor’s Award for Conservationist of the Year from the Louisiana Wildlife Federation.  Benoit also starred in the iMax motion picture Hurricane on the Bayou, documentary of Hurricane Katrina’s effects and a call to restore the wetlands.

In 2007, Benoit won the dual awards of B.B. King Entertainer of the Year and Best Contemporary male Performer at the Blues Music Awards in Memphis (formerly the W.C. Handy Awards).  In 2006, he received a GRAMMY nomination for the Best Traditional Blues Album for Brother to the Blues, a collaboration with Louisiana’s LeReoux.  LeRoux joined Benoit on Power of the Pontchartrain in 2017 and the live Night Train to Nashville in 2008.

FIREFALL with special guest The Doubious Brothers



For founder Jock Bartley, Firefall is a 40 year labor of love. Their layered harmonies backed by driving rhythms transcends many genres from rock to country to AC and brought the band platinum and gold success with such hits as “You Are The Woman,” “Strange Way” and “Just Remember I Love You.” Other major Firefall radio hits include “Cinderella,” “Goodbye I Love You,” “Livin’ Ain’t Livin” and “Mexico.” Extensive touring with Fleetwood Mac, The Doobie Brothers, Chicago, America and many others.

Thank you to our 2024 sponsors:  KREX-TV; City of Fruita, Sandstone Concerts, Alpine Bank, Whitewater Building Materials, MBC Grand Broadcasting, FCI Constructors, ANB Bank, Daub & Associates, Inc., Enstrom Candies, Grand Junction Curbside Recycling Indefinitely, Inc., Grand Valley Bank, Home Loan Insurance, KAFM Radio, Precision Service Equipment, LLC and DWC CPAs and Advisors.

Tickets are available at https://www.universe.com/explore  For more information contact Sandstone Concerts at 970-243-TIXS.  Tickets are $10 (plus fees).

A ticket is required for entry into the concert area. Children under the age of five do not need a ticket; all children five and older are required to have a ticket to enter.
All concerts are held at the James M. Robb – Colorado River State Park in Fruita, located ½ mile south of I-70 on Highway 340. Gates open at 6:00 pm; show time is 7:00 pm. CONCERTS WILL GO ON RAIN OR SHINE.

Please follow the directions of the parking crew and avoid driving on the road shoulder. Orange cones mark sprinkler heads but some may be unmarked so please stay on the roads. Parking inside the park is free with a minimum of four occupants in each vehicle parking inside the park; pass required for less than four. Please carpool.  Per Colorado Department of Transportation, NO PARKING ON HWY 340.  Violators will be ticketed.

WINE, BEER, SOFT DRINKS, WATER, ARMANDO TACOS, WILD DOGZ, MOUNTAIN BERRY BOWLS & OTHER TREATS will be available for purchase inside the concert area. ABSOLUTELY no alcoholic beverages will be allowed into or out of the facility. No outside beverages of any kind are allowed, including bottles of water. The only exceptions are beverages for baby needs. You may bring empty water bottles and fill them using tap water from park restrooms.


Lawn chairs; food coolers/picnic baskets (please pack out your trash); a flashlight (helps when walking back to your car later).

  • Anything flammable – including cigarettes
  • Professional cameras or recording devices
  • Pets – leave them at home, they’ll be happier. Really.
  • Blankets and tarps

Space is limited, so don’t take more than necessary. Watch out for children at all times – especially when driving through the park.