General Information
Thank you for visiting the Michael Franti & Spearhead show information website. The following information should answer most of your questions, but if you do not see your question covered here please contact us.

Purchasing Tickets

Click here to purchase official Michael Franti & Spearhead tickets!
You may also call (970) 247-7657 to purchase tickets by phone (Hours: M-F, Noon-5pm)
Purchasing Tickets Day of Show: Available online only at durangoconcerts.com.

Anticipated Day of Schedule

All Day – Ticket sales are available online only at durangoconcerts.com.
3:45 pm – Main Entrance on Highway 3 at Ewing Mesa Road opens.
  • Only vehicles with parking passes, accessible placards or license plates, and shuttle services will be allowed entry past the main entrance on the day of the show.
3:45 pm – On-site Box Office & Guest Services open.
4:45 pm – Concert Venue Gate opens.
6:45 pm – Bombargo performs.
8:00 pm - Michael Franti & Spearhead perform.

Box Office Information

Tickets are $76 at www.durangoconcerts.com, or by phone, Monday – Friday, 12 – 5 pm at 970-247-7657. All sales are final. Tickets are ‘General Admission’ and do not include seating. Children 10 years and under can attend for free but must be accompanied by an adult. All ticket sales are final and include applicable service charges. Tickets are non-transferable and cannot be exchanged. A portion of the proceeds from ticket sales will support the ‘Do It for The Love’ non-profit organization.
Performance is Rain or Shine. Please dress accordingly for the outdoor environment. Practical footwear, seasonal clothing (warm clothes and rain gear in the event of inclement weather) and sunscreen are highly recommended. In the event of cancellation, postponement, or rescheduling, ticket holders will receive a notification via email with updated event details.
This concert will use contactless ticketing. Email confirmations from Tix.com, are sent to all ticket purchasers and will display a unique QR code for each ticket purchased.
  • Use mobile devices to access purchased tickets.
  • E-tickets will be scanned at the entrance of the site.
  • Printed tickets may also be used at the gate. There is a unique QR code for each ticket purchased.
Day of Show tickets (Sunday, May 26) are ONLY available online at www.durangoconcerts.com.

Durango Mesa Park - Location & Parking Details

Durango Mesa Park is located just south of Durango. The main entrance gate is located on Highway 3 at 1661 Ewing Mesa Road in Durango, Colorado. There is a 1.5-mile inclined road that leads to the site after entering the Main Entrance. On-site parking passes are sold out. Only vehicles with parking passes, accessible placards or license plates, and shuttle services will be allowed entry past the main entrance on the day of the show beginning at 3:45 pm.

Getting There

Shuttle Services

Complimentary shuttles operate from two locations with services from 4:15 pm through the conclusion of the event.
1) Durango Transit Center (DTC) – All shuttles for the concert at Durango Mesa Park will leave from the DTC located at 250 W. 8th Street.
2) Community Concert Hall (CCH) – All shuttles will leave from the roundabout in front of the Concert Hall main entrance – marked by the mountain lion statue – on the campus of Fort Lewis College located at 1000 Rim Drive.
  • Shuttle service from the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College is equipped with trailers for transporting outdoor festival gear.
  • Durango Transit Center shuttle offers accessible options for all attendees.
  • Drop-offs & Pick-ups should be coordinated at shuttle service locations.  ONLY vehicles with parking passes, accessible placards or license plate, and shuttle services will be allowed entry past the main entrance on the day of the show.


Walking, hiking, and riding bikes to the venue is encouraged via two routes:
  • Horse Gulch Road to Durango Mesa Park service road (Distance approx. 2 miles)
  • Mesa Connector Trail (Distance to venue is 2.25 miles) located at the Horse Gulch Trailhead
Guests who choose to bike or hike should:
  • Follow the signs on the trail routes.
  • Plan accordingly as the concert venue site does not open to the public until 3:45 pm.
  • Bring a headlamp for the return journey down Horse Gulch Road after the concert. Headlights and rear lights for safety and visibility on the trails should be strong enough to be seen by other trail users. Durango Mesa Park will provide 500 free bicycle lights to hikers and bikers on a first-come, first-served basis from the tent at the Bike Corral located outside the “Concert Venue” gate.
  • Avoid using Ewing Mesa Road upon leaving the concert as shuttle and car traffic will make this route dangerous for cyclists and hikers.
  • Bring locking devices for bicycles. KSUT, CCH, and DMP are not responsible for lost or stolen items.
  • Maintain minimum trail speeds when cycling for everyone's safety.


Durango Mesa Park sits atop undeveloped land, with considerable efforts directed toward enhancing accessibility. Surfaces at the concert venue site are a mix of pavement, dirt, gravel, and/or wood chips. For more information, contact the Community Concert Hall at 970-247-7657 before the day of the event or email concerthall@fortlewis.edu.
  • Accessible parking is located on a gravel lot close to the site entrance and is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Parking attendants at the Main Entrance will have current availability information. ONLY vehicles with appropriate placards or license plates will be allowed entry into the gravel lot on the day of the show. 
  • Durango Transit Center shuttle offers accessible options.
  • There is a designated seating area and accessible portable toilet units.

Entering the Concert Venue

The Box Office & Guest Services tent is located near the entrance to the concert area and opens at 3:45 pm. The “Concert Venue Gate” opens at 4:45 pm.
  • Tickets will be scanned.
  • Guests will receive a wristband to enter the venue.
  • The KSUT Patron Tent wristbands will also be given at this time.
  • A valid Driver’s License or Passport must be presented to receive an “Over 21” wristband to purchase alcoholic beverages.
  • Bags will be checked for restricted items and handled accordingly.

Allowed Inside the Concert Venue

  • Folding-style camping or lawn chairs, blankets, and tarps are welcome. Umbrellas, shade tents (4ft tall or under), and other small shade-providing items are allowed along the back of the seating area, arranged by shortest to tallest.
  • Empty refillable water bottles with lids removed.
    • Water stations and water from vendors will be available.
    • Beer, wine, beverages, and limited food options will be available for purchase inside the Concert Venue.
  • Coolers (subject to search) with food items and unopened plastic water/soda bottles/cans are allowed.

Not Allowed Inside the Concert Venue

★ Outside Alcohol ★ Glass Containers ★ Weapons ★ Dogs ★ Enclosed Pop Ups or Tents ★ Smoking


KSUT, CCH, and DMP are not responsible for lost or stolen items.

Venue Map

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Trail System

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