We are so sad that we were unable to celebrate our frosty fiesta with you all this year and are feeling for the loss of so many other music and artisan events. However, we remain optimistic and excited to host Frozen Dead Guy Days as soon as logistically permissible with concerns to the pandemic.
Currently we are brainstorming options and hoping to bring back as many of the planned 2020 participants as possible. We were so bummed that we didn’t get to enjoy all the fabulous bands and artists that were planning on performing. Check out the event and music schedules to get an idea of what our next gathering might hopefully look like. Also please go to our online store, Grandpa’s Gift Shop. The 2020 shirts were kinda AWESOME and now collector items (first time in 19 years that FDGD didn’t happen) along with a lot of other super cool stuff.
Stay Frosty & Keep Dancing (even if in the kitchen) FDGD excited to welcome back our Frostifarians as soon as we can!
Known as one of the most unique and quirky festivals in the country, Frozen Dead Guy Days takes place in the Colorado mountain town of Nederland. This three day Frosty Fiesta features over 30 live bands in 3 heated super tents featuring local craft brews, specialty spirited drinks, 14 delicious craft food vendors, serving up Vegan to BBQ and everything in between.
You can view or better yet PARTICIPATE in some outrageous events like coffin racing, costumed polar plunging, frozen t-shirt contests, icy turkey bowling, human foosball and more!
Frozen Dead Guy Days continues to be a world-renowned spectacle. This home-grown festival pays homage to Bredo Morstoel (aka Grandpa), who is frozen in a state of suspended animation and housed in a Tuff Shed on dry ice high above Nederland.
All adventurous life enthusiast welcome. Entry fee for all three live music tents only $25 a day and event viewing is FREE, like we hope your spirits will be.
FDGD 2020 GUIDE
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BUS TO SHOW
A shuttle provided by Bus To Show will run to Nederland from Denver and Boulder during the Festival. It’s a safe and fun way to enjoy the festival!