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

The Crested Butte Music Festival proudly partners with the I Bar Ranch to welcome, a two night run with Yonder Mountain String Band!

THURSDAY SCHEDULE

3:00pm – Camping Gates Open

You must have a camping ticket to get in at this time. Your camping pass is per person and is good for two nights of camping.

5:00pm – GA Gates open with bar and food (Local Parker Pastures burgers, Calder Farms Brats, Veggie Burgers, Gluten Free buns, 3rd Bowl Ice cream, etc.) available for purchase.

6:30pm – Buffalo Commons

8:00pm – Yonder Mountain String Band

FRIDAY SCHEDULE –

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

6:00pm – (TBA)

8:00pm – Yonder Mountain String Band

Onsite camping available only as a two night option. You certainly can come and go, just have your wrist band with you. No outside food or beverages may be brought into the venue. No dogs in the 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.

THIS EVENT IS RAIN OR SHINE. NO REFUNDS…IF YOU CAN’T USE THEM, SELL THEM TO A FRIEND. THANK YOU

About Yonder Mountain String Band:

With their latest album Get Yourself Outside, Colorado-based quintet Yonder Mountain String Band once again echoes out into the universe their place as not only a pioneering jam-grass act, but also one of the most innovative, intricate groups in the live music scene which is reinforced by their newest member, multi-instrumentalist Nick Piccininni.

It’s a testament to the life and legacy of Yonder that three of the founding members — guitarist Adam Aijala, bassist Ben Kaufmann and banjoist Dave Johnston — remain at the helm of this American musical institution, something complemented and accelerated in recent years by the fiery fiddle work of Allie Kral, who joined the group in 2015.

The new album boasts a reinvigorated energy alongside the usual foot-stomping melodies and sorrowful ballads that reside at the core of the Yonder Mountain signature sound.

Yonder Mountain was the initial spark in an acoustic inferno decades ago that endures headlong into the 21st century.

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