We are honored to have been invited to Open for Chatham County Line at the Ft. Lewis Community Concert Hall. Please check out http://durangoconcerts.tix.com/Event.aspx?EventCode=883580 for more information.
Join the Durango Bluegrass Meltdown crew for a day of incredible bluegrass, camping and fundraising as well as a first look at the wide open spaces of Ewing Mesa, Meltdown style. Saturday, September 24, 2015. Gates open at noon on Saturday, and the music begins at 2pm. Six local bluegrass bands help the Durango Bluegrass Meltdown raise funds for their annual festival. The Badly Bent will be performing from 6:00 - 6:45 pm.
An authentic 1920s steam locomotive will pull a narrow gauge train through the Animas Valley and on up over the dramatic highline, hundreds of feet above the Animas River. On board, skilled and knowledgeable craft brewers will introduce you to a light sampling of their fine ales and educate you about the process required for crafting each brew! A light snack will be provided during the morning trip.
Once at the Cascade Canyon Wye deep in the wilderness of the San Juan National Forest, you'll have two hours to taste more offerings from the six breweries, listen to live music by local bands and have your palate satiated with the exceptional food provided by one of Durango's top catering companies!
Each brewery will tell their own story about their history and brewing process and will keep you engaged and wanting to know more. Also during your stay at Cascade Canyon you can enjoy many photo opportunities, a stroll along the river and over the footbridge by Cascade Creek.
Relax with desserts and coffee that will be served onboard the return trip to Durango.
Keep Saturday night August 20th open for a fun night of Bluegrass at The Gallivant Centerin Salt Lake City. This event is Free!! Music starts at 5:00
The Gallivan Center is located in downtown Salt Lake City, between 200 and 300 south and is just east of main street. Trax is a great option to get to the venue. Food trucks will be available along with beer vendors.
Bring a low back festival chair and a blanket to throw down on the grass.
Red Desert Ramblers http://www.reddesertramblers.com/
Pixie and the Partygrass Boys
James Reams and the Barnstormers http://www.jamesreams.com/
The Badly Bent http://www.thebadlybent.com/
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Benefitting Growing Partners of the Southwest.