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Mountain party of the week: Ski Jam in Steamboat Springs

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Stop reading this, put your skis in your car and start driving toward Steamboat. Wait, no! Keep reading for another minute and then start driving. The seventh annual Ski Jam music festival is going on in Steamboat this weekend, a perfect place to spend the day skiing and the night listening to Keller Williams, 80s cover band The Molly Ringwalds, or Neil Diamond tribute band Super Diamond. Now if only there was snow in the forecast.

Here's what Relix magazine had to say about the festival:

"As much as we love High Sierra, Bonnaroo, and the other multi-day all-day music bashes, it's an exhilarating relief to find a music festival that concentrates its acts in the evenings, keeping the days free for skiing, boarding, gourmet snowshoe treks, sledding or just working your way by the fireplace through the gigantic bottle of Ketel One you got for your birthday."

Kelley Williams plays tonight at 7 p.m. and The Molly Ringwalds and Super Diamond are the same time on Saturday and Sunday, respectively. Here's the full schedule.

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