Here in Telluride, Colorado we are known for lots of wonderful things. Stunning Rocky mountain views, world class skiing, fly fishing, hiking, phenomenal cuisine, the best people, outrageous festivals…the list goes on & on.
One of our most treasured and favored festivals by locals & tourists alike is Telluride Blues & Brews Festival, which takes place in September every year…
Our spring/summer festival season kicks off every year with MountainFilm.
From there on out we have a festival mostly every weekend with the grand finale being this one.
Telluride Blues & Brews is a fine mix of rockin’ musical talent, super happy festival goers and world renowned beer tasting.
They say it’s one of the most scenic & intimate musical festivals in the country & I’ve gotta agree with that!
It’s a funny time of year with the weather. It can be perfectly dry or it can rain.
It sure was sunny on Friday. Then the weather did the typical mountain twist and changed ~ that’s the amazing drama here at virtually 8,750 feet. You just roll with it.
It rained lots. But thats OK. Just makes the dancing more fun.
But the thing is here in Telluride we don’t just get rainbows...we get double rainbows…
Which thankfully only added to the thrills and excitement of the weekend.
We also get dancing fairies…
The guests & locals were all very well prepared to play hard…
It was so exciting to see The Black Crowes live. I have been a fan of theirs forever.
Melissa Etheridge was awesome! Such a strong stage presence ~ and I have enjoyed her since I was back in college.
Jim James was a crowd favorite.
If you plan on visiting us next year for Blues & Brews, do not hesitate to bring your children. Mine had a blast! There were so many things for them to do & they were never far from us at all. They enjoyed the Rainbow Kids Area.
So go ahead and save the date (September 12-14th, 2104) for next year, we hope to welcome you to Telluride for Blues & Brews!
- Telluride Blues & Brews
- Telluride Blues Pinterest
- Visit the B&B Store
- Telluride Inside and Out Interview with Melissa Etheridge
- Visit Telluride