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Fall's Here, Time to Boogie Down at the Belly Up

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Snoop Dogg performing at Belly Up: Snoop Dogg performing live at Belly Up Club in Aspen, Co.Snoop Dogg performing at Belly Up: Snoop Dogg performing live at Belly Up Club in Aspen, Co.ASPEN, CO - With Labor Day now behind us, we're entering the last calm before the winter storm. As many of us sit waiting, antsy for that first powder day we can rip down the mountain with a summer's worth of wanting fueling our skis, we forget to cool our jets and enjoy what our short but sweet Fall has to offer. At the front of my to do list for this fall, live music at the Belly Up Aspen!

The Belly Up Aspen is the place to be for live tunes this fall. Located at 450 S. Galena Street in Aspen, this intimate setting promises a big atmosphere, and even better, big names. Since owner, Michael Goldberg opened the hot spot in 2005, the Belly Up Aspen has drawn a variety of high demand acts from the likes of B.B. King, Wyclef Jean, Ben Harper to Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros. In a day and age where seeing a concert may mean settling for the back row of a 19,000 person venue, Belly Up offers guests an exclusive concert experience with their favorite big name bands. Belly Up offers two levels of seating, general admission and reserved. If you enjoy a more private atmosphere, enjoy their reserved seating, with food and beverage service. What ever your musical taste, Belly Up Aspen will deliver.

Belly Up Logo: Check out the Belly Up for some of the best live music in Aspen!Belly Up Logo: Check out the Belly Up for some of the best live music in Aspen!
Some of my favorite acts for this fall include:

Theivory Corporation: 9/11
Zion I w/ the The Bayliens: 9/15
Bone Thugs and Harmony: 9/25
K'NAAN w. Paper Tongues: 10/20

For a full event list, check out the calendar at Belly Up Aspen.

So as the aspen's slowly let go of their vibrant green foliage, giving way to gold, shimmering leaves, boogie down at the Belly Up and enjoy the short but sweet Aspen fall. -Marissa D'Orazio