Label: Ice Box Productions
Manager: Jason White
Bio: ABOUT THE SUNNYSIDE UPS
The Sunnyside Ups are a versatile dance band, with an original repertoire that spans Reggae, Blues, Soul, R&B, and Rock. Collectively, the members have performed with top acts including Edgar Winter, The Mighty Diamonds, The Meditations, Sister Carol, Merl Saunders, Leon... See Full BioMore Info
Come join The Sunnyside Ups as we rock out the jams with Leadville's own, "The Scarlet"! We'll be slammin' out the tunes in an all out dance till you drop, shake your money maker, good time party! Show-time starts @ 9p w/ no cover @ the door!
Low Down on the hoe down! -- Festival Information Be prepared to spend a day in the high mountains and have a great time! Good things to bring! Raincoat, sunhat, good shoes, water bottle, day pack, rainfly for your tent, bathing suit, warm sweater or jacket, musical instruments, camera, chairs, food and drin if you don't intend to buy everything here. Campstoves are fine, but no personal fires will be allowed. Some food will be available for a reasonable price, as will Odell's beer, coffee and tea. Water ill be easily accessble for drinking and washing. Please carpool when possible. For weekenders: come and set up on Friday before dark if possible. If you are camping in an RV or your van. Call us and let us know so we can set your vehicle up in a nice spot. No hook-ups available. When you arrive check in at the front gate, will call will have your name for the tickets you purchased on-line. Have ID ready. You will park and a Horse and Carriage shuttle will pick you up and take you into the festival grounds and campgroun. The shuttle will run all day Saturday and Sunday! Thanks and be safe! See you on the mountain!
Come join us in the annual "No Bad Vibes" festival, "Hippie Days" and dance your worries away as we tear into the night producing a mind and body experience; funky reggae party...! Show-time begins @ 7p.
Libre was founded in 1968 as a community of artists on 360 acres of land in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. At an altitude of 8600 to 9000 feet, this beautiful location is on a south facing slope and borders the national forest on two sides with rock canyons, caves, two streams, a waterfall, forest, and meadows. During the tumultuous years of the late 60’s and early 70’s the community underwent many transformations expanding from its original purpose and becoming more political and socially experimental. At its largest in the late 1970’s, Libre was comprised of 25 members who built their own houses and contributed time to create the physical infrastructure of the community including roads, water systems, fences, and vegetable gardens. Children were born and grew up with the freedom of the place. Currently there are 14 members including three of the children raised at Libre. The land is held in common as are all buildings and decisions are made by consensus. As one of four original members, I helped draft the structure of the community and the by laws which continue to govern Libre today. The vastness of the land and the abundance of time as well as the skills derived from building houses allowed me to experiment with large scale work and develop a practice of study and reflection. My first studio/home was a 40 foot geodesic dome that I engineered from 6 decimal figures scribbled on a scrap of brown paper by a member of Drop City and built with Dean Fleming in 1968. In 1978 I built my current home/studio where I continue to work for several months a year along with painter Michael Moore. Returning to the original vision of Libre as a place for artists, Michael and I have turned our studios into an artist’s residency during the months of the year we are away. (L. Fleming)
Come join The Sunnyside Ups band for a dance till you drop good time. Show-time begins @ 9p
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