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VISIT THE TANK

summer-solstice-gatheringWe are excited to welcome visitors to Season Two of The TANK Center for Sonic Arts at 233 County Road 46, in Rangely, Colorado.

• Open Saturdays at The TANK:  9am-1pm.

Every Saturday from May 6 through October 28th, 2017, the public is invited to enjoy, explore, and experience a shared sonic environment (no reservations required).

This is the ONLY time when visitors are able to visit The TANK without attending an event or reserving private time (for which there are usually admission fees). 

Contact us at info@tanksounds.org or (970)368-2657 for more information.

• To record in The TANK, or to reserve The TANK for a private visit:

Contact us at info@tanksounds.org or (970)368-2657 for fees and availability.


A few things to know about your visit

• A limited number of people can enter The TANK at a time, though we’ll make sure everyone has an opportunity to spend time inside.  

• Children must be supervised by adults at all times, inside and outside The TANK.

• No shoes in The TANK — we’ll ask you to remove your footwear at the door (or wear socks over your shoes).

• No food or drinks allowed inside The TANK. (You can picnic on the grounds, though.)

• Please turn off your electronic devices before you enter The TANK.

• The weather affects The TANK in a variety of ways. Best to dress in layers.

• When scheduling time in The TANK, take the seasonal temperatures into account when planning what time of the day you want to be inside:

LOCATION

The TANK Center for Sonic Arts is located at 233 County Road 46, in Rangely, Colorado 81648— 4 hours from Salt Lake City, 5 hours from Denver, 1.5 hours from Grand Junction, by car. Rangely is roughly:

  • Two hours from Grand Junction, Colorado
  • Five hours from Denver
  • Four hours from Salt Lake City
  • An hour and a half from Fruita, Colorado
  • An hour and fourty five minutes from Rifle, Colorado
  • Twenty minutes from the Dinosaur National Monument / Canyon Visitors Center
  • Forty-Five minutes from the Dinosaur National Monument / Dinosaur Quarry Visitor Center


WHILE IN RANGELY

The town of Rangely offers 3 motels, 2 museums, nearby Freemont Rock Art, wild mustangs, restaurants, a college, camping, and bicycle trails. Dinosaur National Monument, on the White River, is only 20 miles away. 

WHERE TO STAY

The Blue Mountain Inn
Exclusive lodging partner of The TANK. 
Ask for special TANK rates.
Make reservations online, or call: 970-675-8888

The Bell House B&B  970-629-5317

 The Budget Host Inn

The Moosehead Lodge

There are camping options, as well:
Rangely Camper Park

And, of course, there are hotels and B&Bs in the surrounding towns. 

HAPPENINGS AT THE TANK
Join our email list for updates about reserving time in The TANK for private and small group visits, recording, and volunteering at The TANK. We’ll keep you posted about concerts, performances, workshops, and other activities at The TANK Center for Sonic Arts.sept openhouse