Monday, December 31, 2012

Crazy Mountain to host WinterWonderGrass Festival

WinterWonderGrass FestivalWinter just got a whole lot better. A new music and brew festival is heading our way in February courtesy of Crazy Mountain Brewery and it looks to be a good one. Plan for an entire weekend of fun up in the Vail Valley. Here's the press release for this event.



December 31st, 2012 - Edwards, Colorado – The first annual WinterWonderGrass festival is coming to the Vail Valley on February 16th and 17th, 2013. Mixing the finest ingredients of the Colorado lifestyle and delivering a batch to our global winter audience and local music enthusiasts. Lively regional, national and local bluegrass, craft beers, warm BBQ & local food will surround locals and Vail’s experience seeking guests in a Winter Wonderland. This intimate gathering will focus on sustainability, community business and support of the arts. Crazy Mountain Brewery plays host to this year's festival, offering the backdrop of the beautiful New York Mountain Range.

The festival will be hosting different local Colorado breweries for beer tastings, a main stage and acoustic side stage for the bluegrass jams, and local food vendors, brands and businesses.

The two headline acts have been announced as The Infamous StringDusters ( ) and Greensky Bluegrass ( who are both currently making waves on the bluegrass scene around the country. Additional artists include; Head for the Hills, Grant Farm (acoustic), MilkDrive, Drunken Hearts, State Bridge All Stars, Olora Brothers, Old Town Pickers, Magic (string) Beans and She Said String Band. A full list of confirmed acts will follow. The final WinterWonderGrass lineup will total over 15 bands and 7 breweries over 2 days.

Ticket prices are kicking off for limited time only sales at $62 to appreciate the year that Vail Mountain was opened in 1962. The advanced festival ticket price will include a 2-day ticket as well as beer tastings and a commemorative festival beer mug. Tickets are on sale exclusively through


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