In order to participate in the JAS Aspen June Experience, you’ll need to register beforehand. Here’s how to register for the JAS Aspen June Experience. It can be done in one of two ways: either by clicking on this link or by calling. Once registered, you will receive an email confirmation of your registration and instructions on when and where to meet your fellow participants during your arrival day in Aspen, Colorado. Hope to see you there.

Step 1: Choose a Session

There are three sessions during which you can enroll. Session 1 runs from June 3-June 6; Session 2 is from June 10-June 13; and Session 3 is from June 17-June 20. There are a limited number of spots in each session, so be sure to choose one that aligns with your schedule. When signing up, be sure to select an arrival date and departure date. This way, your housing will be covered if you need accommodations throughout your stay at JAS Aspen June Experience.

Step 2: Purchase the Right Pass

You’re eligible to purchase a Permanent Session Pass or a Non-Resident Session Pass. If you live in one of our designated non-residential states, which includes Montana, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Texas and Wyoming you need to buy a Non-Resident pass. On each option’s, you can check if you live in one of these states by entering your zip code.

Step 3: Create an Account on our Website

Once you have read through our website and selected a program, you will need to create an account on our site and pay a deposit. Please note that if you are paying by credit card, your deposit is non-refundable once it has been processed.

Step 4: Login

You can register online by filling in your details on our registration page. A link will be provided in your confirmation email. You can also click on ‘Login’ if you already have an account with us and a username or password. Please note: due to high demand, we do not have a waiting list at present, but please register your details as soon as possible, places may become available on a first come first served basis at short notice.

Step 5: Submit Application and Payment

We will not be able to process your application until we have received payment in full. We accept only Visa and MasterCard as forms of payment.

Getting Ready For Concerts

This pandemic robbed us of a lot of opportunities and moments in our lives. Staying indoors, not going to events, not meeting other people, going to restaurants, or concerts did take a toll on our emotional health. Now that things are slowly beginning to return to normal, it means that you can start attending these events again (currently at a smaller scale). If you were a regular concert goer, then you already know what to do, but given how long it has been, chances are that you probably feel like it’s your first concert again. If you are currently checking out concert venues and deciding where to go, you can keep on reading below:

The first thing you want to do for the sake of your protection is to make sure that the concert venue is following current CDC guidelines because we are still in the middle of a pandemic right now. Once that is confirmed, you can look through different performances they have lined up for the coming months and select the ones that stand out to you or pique your interest.

Remember, a concert is not limited to mainstream singers and performers. Smaller, indie artists and bands also perform at concerts or can be part of a concert lineup. So, you can check out some of their music beforehand, and if you like what you are listening to, then you can buy tickets knowing what to expect from the performers.

Safety and security are very important, so you also want to ensure that the concert venue does arrange for proper security in their venues and that the venue itself is located in a safe area. This is especially important if you are a woman planning on going by yourself or even with a group of friends.

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Kristin Neve