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What could be better than a weekend of skiing powder by day and dancing to live Bluegrass by night? The largest winter Bluegrass festival in the northern Rockies features some of the country's finest groups trading licks that will keep your toes tapping, ski boots and all.
Due to a high probability of inclement weather, we have decided to reschedule the outdoor (daytime) portion of the September 1 “Del Yeah Fest” featuring Del McCoury Band. Tickets purchased for the September 1 event will be honored on the new date. If you cannot attend the new date, refunds are available at the point of purchase. The indoor (nighttime) portion of the event has been expanded. Doors will open at 6pm and music will begin at 7pm. Tickets already purchased for this portion of the event will be honored. If you purchased a “combo” ticket, you have received a separate ticket for the day & night events. The options presented above apply to each of these tickets. New Show Info: The Infamous Stringdusters, Emmitt-Nershi Band, Mountain Sprout Doors 6pm • Show 7pm • $20 Flat • All Ages
The goal of the Bark and Bluegrass Festival is to have a great afternoon of dog and family friendly fun, while raising awareness and much needed operating funds for the Larimer Humane Society.
RRE 2 sets starting at 9pm.
Label: SCI Fidelity Records
Manager: Groove On Music
Bio: With years of collective experience under their belts, Drew Emmitt and Bill Nershi exemplify the forward-thinking modern bluegrass musician. As linchpins of two legendary jam-bands –Drew with Leftover Salmon, Bill with the String Cheese Incident–both men have done the stadium-filling, high-profil...See Full Bio
Check out this sweet clip of Emmitt-Nershi Band performing a special acoustic session for Honest Tune Magazine. Enjoy! http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=GVgxsvcM_Hg
“Whenever you round up a group of top-notch pickers you're bound to hear some interesting tunes. But when that group includes two of the most well-known, experienced musicians in progressive bluegrass you know you're in for something special. For Drew Emmitt and Bill Nershi of the Emmitt-Nershi Band, the decision to come together and play music seemed natural – inevitable even.”