Septemberfest Presented by Soleil Homes at Brush Creek in Eagle, Colorado is a two-day street party with free live music, 7 Hermits craft beer, full bar service, food vendors, back yard games and Mountain Rats trail running races.Headlining bands, Fruition and Anders Osborne will rock the house on Friday and Saturday nights in true street party style. Other main stage bands include BIG Something, Bonfire Dub, The Broadcast and MarchFourth.

With numerous Eagle businesses in partnership for this inaugural fall event, Septemberfest is free, family-friendly and welcome to all!

Mountain Rats Presented by Color Roasters & Bonfire Brewing hosts a 50k, trail marathon and half marathon race on Saturday, September 23. Each endurance running comp will start and finish at the Septemberfest venue in Eagle Ranch Village on Capitol Street.




Friday, 9/22 8:30pm

This Oregon-based quintet has grown from a rootsy, string-centric outfit to a full-fledged rock band with an easy but powerful grasp of soul, blues and British Invasion-era pop. On their studio albums and live shows, Fruition shows the complete force of their newly expanded and electrified sound, matching daring musicality with sophisticated, melody-minded songcraft. With each member trading vocal duties and gutsy yet graceful songwriting, Fruition infuses their sound with timeless urgency and three-part harmonies that never fail to grab the audience by the heart and take them along for the ride.

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Friday, 9/22 6:30pm

A 6-piece powerhouse band with a sound that is both unique and timeless, BIG Something fuses elements of rock, pop, funk and improv to take listeners on a journey through a variety of musical styles. It’s no secret why this group has quickly become one of the most exciting new bands to emerge from the Southeast. BIG Something has opened for Umphrey’s McGee, Galactic, Robert Randolph, moe. and The B52s. In February 2017, the group released their 4th full-length album, Tumbleweed, which was recorded with their longtime producer, Grammy-nominated John Custer.

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Friday, 9/22 4:30pm

The Broadcast’s sophomore album, From The Horizon was produced by Jim Scott (Tedeschi Trucks Band, Tom Petty) and received rave reviews from Relix Magazine, Paste and Live for Live Music, comfortably seating the band in the company of their Americana contemporaries. With a mix of soul, blues and classic rock arrangements, The Broadcast has shared stages with Mavis Staples, John Prine, St. Paul & The Broken Bones, The Wood Brothers, Brandi Carlisle, Keller Williams, Nicki Bluhm & The Gramblers, George Porter Jr. (Funky Meters), Betty LaVette, Charles Bradley and Holly Williams.


Anders Osborne

Saturday, 9/23 8:30pm:

Since 1989, Anders Osborne has been living true
and making music that stirs the soul. With a guitar-laden soulful sound, Osborne’s lyrical writing has produced hits for Tim McGraw, Keb’ Mo’ and Jonny Lang, including “Watch the Wind Blow By,” “Favorite Son” and “Pleasing You.” Osborne’s music is like blues bathed in West Coast sunshine and brotherly compassion. He’s a torchbearer for rock ‘n’ roll with blood in its veins and a heart in its hands.



Saturday, 9/23 6:30pm

MarchFourth is a kaleidoscope of musical and visual energy that inspires unabashed dancing and an atmosphere of celebration. Dressed in redesigned marching-band-themed costumes, they bring electric bass, 4-piece percussion corps, a 7-part brass section, dancers, acrobatics, stilt-walkers and a very diverse musical repertoire. M4’s show will take you on a journey from the swamps of Louisiana to the gypsy camps of eastern Europe, to the African jungle by way of Brazil, echoing the deepest grooves of American funk, rock and jazz - then boiling it all together in cinematic fashion.

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Saturday, 9/23 4:30pm

Bonfire Dub plays a deep and powerful blend of roots music — original songs with rich melodies, featuring down tempo, acoustic laced and electric steel driven reggae, folk and dub. Bonfire’s lyrical repertoire is inspired from eastern philosophy, indigenous struggles, political injustice, international relief efforts and a deep respect for the soul of love and the balance of nature. Bonfire’s founder, Scotty Stoughton, interweaves stories of hope and struggle, derived from his travels around the globe.


Schedule of events

Friday, Sept 22

3:30pm – Gates Open

4:30pm – The Broadcast

5-7pm – Mountain Rats Race Reg | Packet Pick Up

6:30pm – BIG Something

8:30pm – Fruition

10pm – Post party: Hardscrabble @ 7 Hermits  

10pm – Post party: Schwing Daddy @ Dusty Boot



Saturday, Sept 23

7:30am – Mountain Rats 50k & Trail Marathon

8am – Mountain Rats Heavy Half Marathon

3:30pm – Gates Open

4:30pm – Bonfire Dub

6:30pm – MarchFourth

8:30pm – Anders Osborne

10pm – Post party: The Altitones @ 7 Hermits

10pm – Post party @ Dusty Boot

Mountain Rats



The inaugural Mountain Rats trail running races, presented by Color Roasters & Bonfire Brewing - the new endurance comps produced by Boulder-based Gemini Adventures.

50k, trail marathon and heavy half marathon races will take place in the morning on Saturday, September 23. The start and finish of all three races will be held at the Septemberfest venue in Eagle Ranch Village. Check out full race details, including registration information and course maps HERE.

Other Gemini Adventures trail running comps include Desert Rats Kokopelli, Fruita’s Trail Running Festival and the Rabbit Valley Half.

Celebrate fall in Eagle with a trail running challenge!



  • Berkshire Hathaway Home Services
  • Color Coffee Roasters 
  • Commonwealth Financial Group
  • All Mountain Tax & Accounting 
  • Guild Mortgage Company 
  • Sweet Leaf Pioneer
  • Alpine Bank
  • Team K2 – Kim Bradley & Kelly Moser 
  • Daly Juice Plus+ 
  • Holy Cross Electric 
  • Land Title Guarantee Company
  • Dusty Boot 

Getting Here

  • Eagle Ranch Village is located on Capitol Street between Founders Avenue & Sylvan Lake Road, Eagle, CO 81631
  • You can find a link for directions HERE
  • Camping & Hotels in Eagle: Visit Eagle Outside for information
  • Parking: Limited parking will be available at Eagle Ranch Village. (Please access the venue from the east side on Sylvan Lake Road.) Street parking in Eagle Ranch is permitted, but please abide by local parking rules and be respectful of Eagle Ranch residents. Due to a private event on Saturday, 9/23, there will be NO PARKING AT BRUSH CREEK PAVILION.
  • Up Valley Shuttle Information: FREE safe up valley rides each night are available from Eagle County Eco Bus (with a wristband) from the regular Eco Bus stops in Eagle. (Get your wristband at the Septemberfest venue.) $20 safe round trips are available on the Turtle Bus  from Vail, Avon and Edwards and reservations are required at 970.471.0547. Turtle Bus schedule: FRIDAY 9/22: Pickups - Vail Transpo @ 5:30pm, Loaded Joe's Avon @ 5:45pm, & Wooody's in Edwards @ 6pm. Return from Eagle Ranch Village @ 10:15pm. SATURDAY 9/23: Pickups - Vail Transpo @ 3:30pm & 5:30pm, Loaded Joe's Avon @ 3:45pm & 5:45pm, Woody's in Edwards @ 4pm & 6pm. Return from Eagle Ranch Village @ 10:15pm.