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Mammoth Fest tickets to go on sale Monday

The third annual Snowmass Mammoth Festival will return to Snowmass Village June 12 through 14 with folk, bluegrass and rock music along with beer and chili tastings. Tickets for the festival will go on sale Monday at 10 a.m.

The music lineup has yet to be announced. Festival marketing director Bill Kight said the lineup was still being finalized, with an announcement forthcoming in February.

On Monday, two-day passes are $70 each, VIP passes are $225 each, and Saturday and Sunday single-day tickets are $55 each. Three-day camping passes are $30. Prices will go up in the spring, according to event organizers.

This year, the opening-day events on June 12 will be free.

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Festival attendees can prepare for a full day of music on June 13 with another chili tasting at the Snowmass Village Mall beginning at noon. Patrons can then head down to Snowmass Town Park for the Grand Beer Tasting, which begins at 2 p.m. On June 13, bands will play from 2 until 10 p.m. June 14 concludes the festival weekend with music in Town Park from noon to 8 p.m.

Mammoth Fest’s VIP-area single-day and weekend pass includes daily admission to the festival, VIP parking, shade and relaxed seating with views of the stage, a fully hosted open bar, access to the Grand Tasting, complimentary catered food receptions, private bathrooms and more.

For festival information or to purchase tickets, visit http://www.snowmassmammothfest.com or call 877-987-6487.


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