Tickets and camping for all our 2015 events are onsale now at shop.bluegrass.com or 800-624-2422, including: the historic 25th Annual Rocky Mtn Folks Festival (featuring Sufjan Stevens, Gillian Welch, Jason Isbell, Mary Chapin Carpenter & Shawn Colvin, Richard Thompson, The Wood Brothers, many more) and Friday evenings this Spring in the Wildflower Concert Series.
|Wildflower Concert Series returns
(photo Eric Kean)
Thanks to everyone who helped make our 2014 festival season so unforgettable -- from the magic of Telluride Bluegrass to the rebirth celebration of the 42nd RockyGrass to the healing songs and stories of the 24th Rocky Mtn Folks Festival. We can't wait to share another Colorado summer with you. Tickets are sold-out for Telluride Bluegrass and RockyGrass, but there's still time to plan for the 25th Annual Folks Festival in August.
With summer still a season away, we invite you to join us for intimate concerts in our newly rebuilt Wildflower Pavilion on Planet Bluegrass in Lyons. Tickets are available for just 1 remaining show in this first concert season since the flood: a special Friday evening with Telluride & RockyGrass band contest winners Front Country.
|Check out our book!
Our limited collector's edition book, Telluride Bluegrass Festival: Forty Years of Festivation is now available from fine sellers around Colorado and from . The 216-page hardcover book features more than 350 photos; essays by Sam Bush, Chris Thile, and dozens more; gorgeous reproductions of each year's art poster; and year-by-year insider accounts from Pastor Mustard.
It's been just over a year since our hometown of Lyons, CO was hit by a historic 500-year flood, causing devastating destruction to our our local community and to the Planet Bluegrass Ranch. Hear the story of the rebirth of Planet Bluegrass 2.0 from PBS NewsHour, Westword, Denver Post, 9News, CBS4-Denver, 7News-Denver, and Boulder Weekly. We continue to encourage you to help our community by generously supporting the many resources at LyonsFightsBack.org.
With much love,
The Folks on Planet Bluegrass