Everything you need to know!
The out-of-doors fire art, fire performances, music and revelry will be at the end of the box canyon, near Bridal Veil parking on Saturday, December 4 starting at 5pm. A free Telluride Express shuttle across from the courthouse will take guests to the event every 15 minutes. Just a two-mile ride. Tickets can be purchased in advance for $35. Dec. 4, $40 at the shuttle stop. This is a family-friendly event. Parking is very limited at this venue, and parking passes are required. Parking passes must be purchased in advance here.
December 2, 5-7pm Gallery reception and exhibit showcasing local Ryan Bonneau’s photography, some of which is from previous Fire Festivals
December 4 & 5, 1pm, 2pm, and 3pm One-hour juggling, stilts, and clowning workshops in the program room at the local library. Sign up is required as space is limited due to Covid-safety protocols. View details and sign up here.
Yes, but you must send in an application by November 5. Please email email@example.com with a link to a video of one of your performances. Then, you will be provided an application to fill out. Thank you for your interest.
In the Shack-To-Hell-U-Ride across from the courthouse, on Main Street in Telluride. You won’t be able to miss it. It looks like a miner’s shack on wheels. Open Thursday-Saturday, 11am-4pm. You can get a program, buy tickets or logo’d swag or just hang out for fun on this unique Burning Man Mutant Vehicle.
Tickets can be purchased at Hospitality, the Shack-To-Tell-U-Ride, on Main Street, across from the courthouse at Elks Park in Telluride. Hospitality Hours:
Yes! Thank you for asking! To sign up please Click here Or, call Jim at (239) 537-3854 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please click here to view information about the workshops during Telluride Fire Festival.
Click here for Mountain Village parking info. The parking garage at the 3rd leg of the gondola is free during the day.
The skiers parking lot in Town next to Chair 7 is also free for day parking only, no night parking.
The free town shuttle (the Galloping Goose) drives a loop around town every 15 minutes and stops where there’s a Goose sign. The free gondola is located on Gus’s Way and Oak Street and will take you up and over into the Mountain Village as well as to the top (mid-station) to attend the Fire Ball.
Daytime parking is free at the base of chair lift 7 on Pacific street.
For more more details regarding parking in town, click here.
Yes, you can park at the event site if you purchase a parking pass in advance and display your pass (emailed to you) on your dashboard. However, parking is very limited and we encourage you to take our free Telluride Express bus for the 2-mile ride. The bus meets across from the courthouse on Main Street every 10-12 minutes.
You can take the free Telluride Express shuttle across from the courthouse to the event. It runs every 10-15 minutes and is just a two-mile ride. The shuttle starts running at 4:45pm on Saturday night.
To get on the shuttle you will be required to wear a face mask, show proof of vaccination or negative Covid test with corresponding ID, and asked to sign a Covid contract tracing waiver.
If you live in Rico or Norwood, you can take our free Telluride Express shuttle to and from the event and then take the 9pm SMART bus home.
No wristbands will be available at the venue entrance on Saturday night. You will need to purchase and/or pick up your wristband at the box office tent in town, across from the courthouse. The free shuttle bus is also located next to the box office tent.