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What’s up with the Keystone Bluegrass Festival

When the weekend’s coming close, I always start wondering about what I can do for fun and from there I often end up thinking about music festivals. After all, no self-respecting Bluegrass fan can call himself one without experiencing a music festival first hand, right?

And so that brings us to today’s post on the Keystone Bluegrass Festival. Granted, it’s not the oldest or biggest of all Bluegrass festivals, but it’s still one of the most highly anticipated annual events on the Bluegrass calendar. If it’s your first time attending a music festival and you’re thinking of taking the whole family with you, then the Keystone Bluegrass Festival at Colorado is a good choice.

Besides great Bluegrass acts performing live on three stages and incredibly sumptuous home-styled cooking, there are also several other activities that set this festival apart from others.

Frothy Fun

Well, sure, water attractions nearby are fun, but we’re talking about the kind of froth that you’d rather taste. Every year, the finest of Colorado’s microbreweries gather up at the Keystone Resort to introduce their newest and most delicious blends of barley and hops to locals, tourists, and festival attendees.


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What Kind of Country Thunder Tickets Do You Need?

February 9, 2011 bluegrass events
What Kind of Country Thunder Tickets Do You Need?

Country Thunder is set to give a stormy performance in Florence, Arizona on April 7 – 10, 2011. If you haven’t gotten your Country Thunder tickets yet, purchase now if you want to enjoy discounts. Make sure you snap up the last remaining available camp sites since they’re fast disappearing as well. How Much Do […]

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38th Telluride Bluegrass Festival – Will You Be at Telluride, Colorado on June 16 – 19, 2011?

February 7, 2011 bluegrass events

Mark those dates in your calendar because that’s when the Telluride Bluegrass Festival will open its doors for its 38th year. Where to Get Tickets for the Telluride Bluegrass Festival The best place to get tickets is via the festival’s official website at If you’re certain to attend then make sure you purchase your […]

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Winter Bluegrass Festivals: Different from the Summer Mega Festivals

January 12, 2011 bluegrass events

The River City Music Festival is a great Pacific Northwest bluegrass festival. Although advertising was not extremely heavy, and some big named artists did not draw the crowds they might have gotten with a better advertising merchandise. The best advertised of the artists had shows that were tights, well played and packed. Reaching the artists after their sets, was nearly painless and they all seemed happy to meet and greet fans.

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May 4, 2010 bluegrass events

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