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August 14, 2019

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Folks Festival Program Available Online

The 29th Rocky Mountain Folks Festival Program is now available online! Read up on each artist, get a sneak peek at what libations you’ll get to sip all-weekend-long & much more.

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August 13, 2019

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New Bridge: Farm to Festival!

To enhance the Festivarian experience in Lyons, we’ve installed a brand new bridge at the Planet Bluegrass Farm! Now, when you park at the Farm, you will be able to easily access the Festival grounds without having to cross the Highway. The bridge is pedestrian and bicycle friendly, so please enjoy, and let us know what you think! We’d love to hear from you.

 

August 9, 2019

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Collaboration Cider Naming Contest

Help us name this cider for your chance to win TWO 3-day passes + camping for the 2019 Folks Festival PLUS a bundle of Stem Ciders & Planet Bluegrass goodies! Stop into Acreage by Stem Ciders between now and Wednesday, August 14th, for a taste of this special collaboration and to enter your name. (Must be 21+ to enter.)

NAME THIS CIDER! - 5.1%
A celebration of summer and our Festivarian community, made in collaboration with our friends at Stem Ciders. A blend of fresh pressed apples, cucumber, and hibiscus tea. 

Winner will be announced Wednesday, 8/14. Cheers!

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August 8, 2019

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Listen to Playlist of 2019 Songwriter Showcase Finalists

You can now listen to the 2019 Songwriter Showcase finalists via SoundCloud! These 10 finalists will compete on the Main Stage and kick off the 29th Rocky Mountain Folks Festival on Friday, 8/16 from 10:30am - 12:30pm! The winner will get a brand new guitar from Taylor Guitars and a spot on the 2020 Folks Fest lineup…!

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August 8, 2019

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That Familiar Feeling: Boulder Weekly Folks Fest Preview

“Folk music is a feeling more than a sound. Listening to folk music, whether it’s about love or death or sex or politics, feels like coming home after a long day at work. It feels like the first cool rain of spring or the first bitter wind of winter — it’s familiar. It’s part of us, of the seasons of our lives. The Folks Festival is about tapping into that familiar feeling.”
– Boulder Weekly

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