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Early bird Mammoth Fest tickets sold out

Snowmass Mammoth Fest returns to Snowmass Village for three days of music, brews and chili June 12-14 in collaboration with Snowmass Tourism.

Snowmass Mammoth Fest’s lineup includes Tedeschi Trucks Band, Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings, Doyle Bramhall II and Greensky Bluegrass will headline the event this summer. Additional musical artists include The Lone Bellow​, Donavon Frankenreiter, The Cave Singers​, The Barr Brothers, Jamestown Revival​​, Roadkill Ghost Choir, Futurebirds, and others.

Snowmass Mammoth Fest taps into local craft and food artisans to enhance the patron experience, while mixing the intimate and energetic, pairing the innovators of indie folk, progressive bluegrass and rock touring acts, and offering amenities ranging from on-site camping, in-town lodging, and a full VIP experience. Additional activities include over 25 top-tier microbreweries to sample during its annual beer tasting, a competitive chili tasting, children’s activities and special late night shows in area venues.

Advanced Special Priced Tickets are on sale now. Purchase early for savings off the regular ticket price while supplies last. Advanced two-day passes are $85 each, VIP passes are $250 each, Saturday and Sunday single Day tickets are $55 each and Friday’s event is free. Three-Day camping passes are $30. Snowmass Mammoth Fest lodging partners are offering festival patrons lodging specials and packages.

For festival information and tickets, visit http://www.snowmassmammothfest.com or call 877-987.6487.


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