The Platte Canyon Chamber of Commerce proudly announces that our annual festival is returning to a two-day event! That's Right - BAILEY DAYS! The dates are Saturday June 25th and Sunday June 26th, 2022. Come on down and celebrate with us as our wonderful town is transformed back into the Old West for an entire weekend.
Over 100 artisans, vendors, food carts and local organizations will line Bailey’s Main Street with their booths. Enjoy good timin’, heel tappin’, boot scootin’ LIVE MUSIC all day on Saturday, and until 3pm on Sunday. Wild West – Cowboy Action shows will take place throughout the day, featuring The Park County Regulators! Add a whole kids area complete with carnival games, and you've got fun for the whole family! And when you're worn out from having fun, you can grab an ice cold beer from the Old Bailey Saloon, and just sit and enjoy the music and entertainment.
We've got a great band lineup for this year's Bailey Days celebration. Five awesome bands, spread out over Saturday and Sunday. Check out the bands we've booked below.
SATURDAY JUNE 25TH 10:00 - 12:30
Denver-based recording artist Ashton Lee has crafted a sound of his own, built upon his rich and varied musical influences. A former child Bluegrass prodigy who grew up to find his calling on the electric guitar, Ashton has been performing nearly as long as he can remember. His background ranging from Rock & Roll bands, to collegiate Jazz education, to Nashville Country studio work has allowed him to develop into a truly dynamic singer, guitarist, and songwriter.
Saturday june 25th 1:30 - 4:00
Groove 'N Motion & The Rocky Mountain Horns. A stylistically unique horn band from day one, the members of Groove 'N Motion have been singing, performing, and playing in sync as if they'd been together for their entire careers. As they bring a powerful yet polished show to the stage, their repertoire is familiar and before you know it, you'll be singing along to all your favorites from the 70's, 80's and 90's, as well as today's current hits!
saturday june 25th 5:00 - 8:00
FinalEyes is not just a band! We are a high energy, live music show, that plays the biggest dance party hits, made to fill the dance floor. FinalEyes brings you the beat of 80's rock, today's hottest hits, and timeless classics. FinalEyes will arouse your senses with outstanding musicianship, amazing vocals and big harmonies that will blow your mind. We have energy and talent to bring any party to life!
Sunday june 26th 10:00 - 12:00
Vamonos Pest is a 5-piece rock and roll band covering music from 1968 - 2021. Formed in 2019, Vamonos Pest plays live throughout the Denver metro area (including Castle Pines, Englewood, Littleton and Morrison) at breweries, restaurants and private parties.
Sunday June 26th 1:00 - 3:00
The Colorado Strange Brew Band was originally formed in 2017. Strange Brew got their name from the variety of genres covered by the band.. Our shows include songs from the 60’s through current Rock, Blues, oldies, Country and more!. The current core members are, Ed Hayslett on Vocals & lead guitar, Bill Moore, Vocals & keyboards, Mark Lane, Bass guitar, Brad Ruptak, Drums. After the 2020 Covid layoff, we added “And Friends” incorporating local talent and guest artist to sit in with us from time to time.
the park county regulators
Established in 2014 as "Myers' Marauders", the Park County Regulators are the only Old West Reenactment group based in Park County, so we call this home! We have three simple goals: Be SAFE, be PERIOD CORRECT in our attire, and have more FUN than human beings should be allowed to have! The Regulators have performed on Bailey Day, at the Georgetown Loop RR, for the City of Castle Rock, at Burro Days, and much more. So come on down and watch Old West Reenactments the way they SHOULD be performed!
park county regulators
The old west lives again!
The Park County Regulators
We NEED VOLUNTEERS
Looking for a fun way to gain some volunteer hours or be a part of the largest event in Bailey this summer!?
We are coming down to the wire, and we still need a bunch of warm-hearted people who are willing to volunteer one shift (half a day) to help us with some important needs: Parking volunteers who can drive golf carts to shuttle folks from where they park on CR 68 and 64, down to the nearest crossing point on 285, folks who can help us empty the garbage during the day, help us with getting the vendors to the right space on Saturday morning. To thank you for helping make Bailey Day a success, we'll provide you with food and drink tickets, and a special gift as well. Come be a part of this historic weekend with us!