Photo: Faces in the crowd |

Photo: Faces in the crowd

Snowmass Base Village Plaza was a zoo in March 2014 when Lucas Nelson and P.O.T.R. performed their free Bud Light Hi-Fi series concert. Nahko and Medicine for the People will perform on the Base Village stage Saturday, followed by a fireworks display over the mountain.
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Base Village Plaza was a zoo as people gathered for free performances by Lucas Nelson and P.O.T.R. on March 29.

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