The Chainsmokers, David Guetta, Kygo and More Heading to Aspen for 2024 Palm Tree Music Festival

Aspen's icy embrace is about to thaw as the Palm Tree Music Festival returns for its second annual event.

Snowy slopes will meet sandy shores as Kygo's flagship festival property heads back to the charming ski resort town, once again promising to turn winter chills into tropical thrills in Colorado's crystalline Rocky Mountains. The Chainsmokers, David Guetta, Kygo, Labrinth and more will bring a taste of the tropics to the frosty wonderland of downtown Aspen in 2024.

"We made history last year launching the Palm Tree Music Festival in Aspen during the peak of winter season," said Myles Shear, CEO and co-founder of Palm Tree Management. "Now, here we are a second time, and we are stoked to bring this event back to downtown Aspen."

The inaugural Palm Tree Music Festival in Aspen.

Johannes Lovund

Following successful Palm Tree offshoots in Egypt, Australia, Southern California and the Hamptons, the intimate festival experience is scheduled for February 23-24 at Aspen's Rio Grande Park.

"I am so excited to bring Palm Tree Festival back to Aspen for its second year," added Kygo. "We are building something special in the city of Aspen and I can't wait to continue year after year!"

Pre-sale tickets will go on sale on Thursday, October 5th at 10am MT before a general public sale the following day at the same time. GA tickets start at $240 for a single day and $350 for a weekend pass while VIP tickets will run you $625 for a single day and $985 for a weekend pass. You can purchase tickets here.



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