Two Nights with Yonder Mountain String Band

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Gather the tribe, pull the camper in and kick off Labor Day weekend with us and YMSB!

A two night run with Yonder Mountain String Band!


3:00pm – Camping Gates Open

You must have a camping ticket to get in at this time. Your camping pass is per person.

5:00pm – GA Gates open with bar and food (BBQ Brisket/Chicken & Buffalo Chicken& and BBQ Jackfruit, Gluten Free buns, 3rd Bowl Ice cream, etc.) available for purchase.

6:30pm – Buffalo Commons

8:00pm – Yonder Mountain String Band


***This night will be a benefit for both PTA’s in the Gunnison Valley

8:00am-Bloody Mary Bar, Coffee, Breakfast burritos etc.

5:00pm – Gates Open

6:30pm – Floodgate Operators

8:00pm – Yonder Mountain String Band

Onsite Food: I Bar Ranch BQQ Brisket/Chicken & Buffalo Chicken& and BBQ Jackfruit, Gluten Free buns, 3rd Bowl Ice cream, etc.) available for purchase.

Two levels of tickets for this performance. VIP & GA….both tickets allow you to be under the barn roof or in the lawn!

Onsite camping available is per person (youth under 18 are free with a paid adult). You must have a concert ticket & camping pass to be in the camping zone. You certainly can come and go, just have your wrist band with you. No outside food or beverages may be brought into the concert venue. No dogs in the concert venue. Dogs are allowed in the camping area on a leash, only if you have a camping ticket. They must remain at the camp during the show.


About Yonder Mountain String Band:

Bluegrass music is currently experiencing widespread popularity amongmainstream audiences but transforming the vintage sound into music that couldgain popular appeal didn’t happen overnight. At 25 years old, Yonder MountainString Band continues to exist at the forefront of the progressive bluegrass sceneas undeniable innovators and pioneers of the modern jamgrass movement. Blending bluegrass with elements of rock, alternative, psychedelic andimprovisational music, Yonder Mountain String Band brought their high-energyacoustic sound and light show into rock n’ roll settings with tremendous success, proving it was possible for a bluegrass band to not only exist but excel in a rockworld, without drums. The inroads they made created opportunities forlike-minded acoustic bands to perform at festivals, rock clubs, theaters andstadiums previously considered off-limits for string bands. Yonder Mountain’shigh-energy sound, compelling original music and anything goes attitudecultivated a spirit of collaborative improvisation that continues to fuel today’sprogressive bluegrass and jamgrass scenes.

It is a testament to the legacy of Yonder Mountain String Band that their originalsongs and unique interpretations of covers are regularly performed by next generation bands in the scene.

Yonder Mountain String Band celebrates their quarter century mark with aGrammy Nomination for their 2022 release Get Yourself Outside. Band members Adam Aijala (guitar, vocals), Ben Kaufmann (bass, vocals), Dave Johnston(banjo, vocals) and Nick Piccininni (mandolin, banjo, fiddle, vocals) co-wrote alltracks on the album over zoom sessions when Covid shut down the musictouring industry. Yonder Mountain was recently honored with an induction into theColorado Music Hall of Fame alongside friends and legends Leftover Salmon,Hot Rize, The String Cheese Incident and The Fox Theater (where they playedtheir very first show as a band in 1998). They will celebrate this achievement withan official ceremony this summer.

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