Start Your Adventures to The Last Frontier

Pick a Place to Stay. There’s never a dull moment at The Last Frontier in Alaska! While the music may draw us here, a significant part of the experience lies in the daytime activities crafted to unite artists and fans and provide firsthand encounters with our wildlife and environment. Start your day with a hearty breakfast before embarking on a journey to the glaciers, where you can spend a few hours whale watching or observing bears, or even indulge in glacier viewing or climbing. Later, unwind with a cocktail during our pre-show gatherings and enjoy happy hour socials that contribute to the local community and wildlife sustainability in the Great State of Alaska.

The Last Frontier

Adventure by Day, Music at Night!

Experiences from Around the World
Local Culture & Local Community
Stage Design & Creativity
People from All Over the World
Top Notch Music Acts
Eco Driven Guide Experience

What You Get

Tickets to All Four Shows

Lodging to All Shows
Choice of Day Trip & Daily Excursion
Pre Show Entertainment Each Night
Alaska Airlines Diecast Model Airplane

Anchorage hotel choices include first-class, convenient, centrally located hotel accommodations as well as…

There is a spectacular array of Alaska fishing and wilderness lodges, affordable family and romantic getaways

Alyeska offers curated activities, exciting events, a stunning main pool, and guest suites conveniently located near captivating wildlife and activities. Opt for a tranquil room away from the bustling heart of the action for a serene experience. Ideal for vacationers seeking a luxurious and relaxing getaway, Alyeska boasts double the amenities and 24-hour room service. Additionally, these packages include a variety of activities to enhance your stay.


ind cabins located near Anchorage and throughout Alaska on trails, lakes and streams, along ocean shorelines


Discover spectacular savings when you book a stay at an Anchorage-area motel.

Experience a day-trip filled with exploration – glide through the jungle on a thrilling zipline, snorkel alongside vibrant sea life, browse the boutiques and stores, or immerse yourself in the rich history of the area. Alaska is a treasure trove of wildlife, oceanic wonders, cultural heritage, adventure, and natural splendor, so seize the opportunity to indulge in all that awaits at our fingertips! Official excursions will be available at each event, allowing you to reserve a spot for a unique outing that brings you back in time for evening entertainment.

Suspended 2500 feet above the valley floor and stretching across a total length of 410 feet, the Veilbreaker Skybridges comprise two sections: the Christmas Bridge measuring 177 feet and the New Years Bridge spanning 233 feet. These bridges offer adventurers an expansive panorama of Alaska’s truly untamed landscape. Open during the Alaskan summer when the midnight sun illuminates the breathtaking seasonal flora and fauna, the Skybridges are connected by the peaks of Alyeska Mountain, Mighty Mite, and Glacier Bowl. The experience spans two bridges with vistas of Turnagain Arm, monumental glaciers, and the lush greenery of the Chugach boreal forest. Connecting explorers with their sense of adventure and the beauty of Alaska’s landscape, the Skybridges promise an unforgettable experience.

Homer and Kachemak Bay 
Perched between the boreal forest, alpine tundra, temperate rainforest, and a productive marine environment, Homer is a charming fishing village shouldered by glaciers. The area accommodates a rich diversity of birdlife in all seasons that can be explored further in the Pratt Museum. Its collection of artwork, Native artifacts and aquariums is well worth the trip.

Kenai River 
The Kenai River is the most popular sport fishing destination in Alaska favoured for king and chinook salmon. The world record king salmon weighing at 97 lb (44 kg) was caught in the Kenai River in 1985! To add to its resume, the Kenai is home to trophy size rainbow trout and Dolly Varden.

Known as the gateway to the Kenai Fjords National Park, discover a bustling harbor, historic downtown district with quaint shops and art galleries along with trophy sport fishing, glacier and wildlife cruises, sailing, hiking, kayaking and flightseeing. Visit the SeaLife Center, Alaska’s only public aquarium and ocean wildlife rescue center.

Vacation Rentals

Find your home-away-from-home in Anchorage and surrounding areas in Alaska. Quality, furnished houses, condos

Campgrounds & RV Parks

With so many wild spaces near downtown Anchorage, the options for wilderness camping can seem limitless