Frozen Dead Guy Days Festival Map


Friday, March 18, 2022: 4 pm – 1 am (Blue Ball)
Saturday, March 19, 2022: 11 am – 10 pm
Sunday, March 20, 2022: 12 – 9 pm

The ReAnimate Yourself Tent is located at Guercio Field and features Bredo’s Brew and other craft beers, cocktails at the Ice Bar, live music, Grandpa’s Gift Shop, and delicious food vendors.


Saturday, March 19, 2022: 11 am – 10 pm
Sunday, March 20, 2022: 12 – 6 pm

The Not Yet Dead in Ned tent is on 1st Street in downtown Nederland and features Nederland artists and musicians as well as spirited cocktails at the Ice Bar, brews by Upslope Brewery, Grandpa’s Gift Shop & live painting.


Saturday, March 19, 2022: 11 am – 10 pm
Sunday, March 20, 2022: 12 – 9 pm

The Bacon Bourbon & Brews (3B) tent features craft breweries, local distilleries, bacon vendors, and live music. The 3B tent is located in Guercio Field.

Parking & Transportation

Nederland is a small town and parking is limited; please help by carpooling or taking the bus.

Special thanks to Eldora Mountain Resort and the Nederland Downtown Development Authority for parking and transportation support.


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!


Catch the N Bus from Boulder to Nederland. There is a HUGE parking lot at 6th and Canyon in Boulder next to the Justice center and a bus stop across the street. Go to the RTD website for info on routes and schedules for the front range.


FROM BOULDER: Take Canyon Drive (HWY 119) 17 miles West (up) to Nederland. Please note that there is construction on Canyon Drive and it may take longer than usual to get up the canyon. Alternate routes are advised.

FROM WESTBOUND I-70: Take I-25 North to HWY 36 (Boulder Turnpike) and follow it into Boulder. Turn left on Canyon Drive (HWY 119) and go 17 miles west (up) to Nederland.

FROM EASTBOUND I-70: Take Exit 244 (Route 6) to HWY 119 and turn left (north). Follow that through Blackhawk/Central City, down past Rollinsville and on into Nederland.

ALTERNATE ROUTES: Scenic routes to Nederland from Denver include HWY 6 to HWY 93 and from HWY 93 to HWY 119 (Peak to Peak):


You will be directed to parking once you reach Nederland. Parking is first come, first served.

Street parking:
There is parking along Boulder Canyon Drive as you approach town from the east, along Big Springs Drive as you approach town from the south, and on Caribou Road, just to the west of town off the Peak to Peak Highway. All street parking is one side only, and you must pull all the way off Boulder Canyon Drive or you will be ticketed/towed. Please be mindful when parking on the street and DO NOT park in front of driveways.

Parking lots:  

  • Park-n-Ride lot — Jackson Street and West 2nd Street (Peak to Peak Hwy)
  • Cavalry Chapel — North side of West 2nd Street (Peak to Peak Hwy) and Jackson Street
  • Chipeta Park — Lakeview Drive off Bridge Street
  • Nederland Community Center (there is a walking path to festival) — One half mile up Peak to Peak Hwy from the roundabout in downtown Nederland
  • Caribou Room (shuttle to festival) — 1 mile up Peak to Peak Hwy from the roundabout on Indian Peaks Drive

Nederland is a very small town so please plan on parking once and not re-parking to keep traffic down. Everything is walkable. DO NOT park where is say “No Parking.” You may be ticketed and/or towed.

FDGD Lodging Partners

Boulder Adventure Lodge (A-Lodge)

A-Lodge Boulder

 Located five minutes up Boulder Canyon from downtown Boulder, the A-Lodge offers complimentary shuttle service to and from the festival all weekend for guests! The newly-renovated A-Lodge has a bar, fire place, hot tub and fire pits. With room types from suites, standard rooms, hostel beds and #vanlife sites, there is lodging for all festival-goers at this outdoor adventure-focused lodge. Plus, the entire lodge is reserved for Frozen Dead Guy Days participants.

Book online now or call 303-444-0882 to reserve your room at the A-Lodge.
Use code “FROZENDEADGUY” for 15% off lodging during the festival!


If you prefer the hustle of downtown Boulder, the Millennium Harvest House is offering rooms for FDGD attendees at just $95/night.

Book online now or call 866-866-8086. Use reservation ID “2003FROZEN” to secure this special rate.

Everything Else You Need To Know

Enjoy Nederland

Tucked in the Rocky Mountains just west of Boulder, Nederland has a history rich in mining and music and a future as the hub of the Peak to Peak Community. With unique shops, amazing outdoor beauty, friendly locals, and vibrant music scene, Nederland is definitely not your average small town. More Information: Town Of Nederland website


Open containers of alcohol are not allowed anywhere within town limits. NO BYOB, please.

You must be 21 and show proof of age in order to receive a 21+ wristband and purchase tokens for beer and specialty drinks in the tents where alcohol is served. Beer tokens will be sold outside the tent areas; servers will not take cash for beer.

You may be asked by Festival Security or local police to dump or dispose of alcohol when it is being consumed in public areas, INCLUDING streets and neighborhoods.


It may be sunny and 60 degrees or windy and 30 degrees, and it may be both in the same day. Please come prepared for the worst albeit hoping for the best. Wear comfortable, weatherproof shoes and a genuine smile whenever possible.


Frozen Dead Guy Days is a very crowded, loud and chaotic festival. Please leave your dog at home. If you must bring your pooch remember:

  • Dogs are NOT ALLOWED in the tents or tent area.
  • Dogs must be on leash AT ALL TIMES.
  • Dogs tied up outside tent areas, shops and restaurants without their owner are considered “at large” and you could be ticketed.
  • You must pick up after your dog, so please come prepared.


There is an Ace Hardware store located off HWY 119, as well as a B & F Grocery store and Mountain Man Outdoor store, both in the Caribou Shopping Center. ATMs are at several locations around town as well as at the tents.