Calling all musicians, play your way to the Main Stage of the Telluride Blues & Brews Festival! The Telluride Blues Challenge is back this year offering the chance for musicians to advance their career!
One of the most unique aspects of the Telluride Blues & Brews Festival are the after-hours shows that begin once the music in Telluride Town Park is over. This year is stacked with four nights of music at various venues located throughout the Town of Telluride.
Tommy Castro and the Painkillers, Phil Wiggins and George Kilby Jr. Trio with Andy Calder, Eagle Eye Williamson, Isaac Aragon & The Healing, and performance painter Scramble Campbell expand the line-up, while comedians Sarah Tiana and Eddie Ifft join Troy Walker and Sam Tallent to elevate the reach of the annual event.
The festival schedule has arrived! Joe Walsh and Jason Isbell lead the Friday bill, Gary Clark, Jr. and Anders Osborne top Saturday’s performances, with The Mick Fleetwood Blues Band featuring Rick Vito and Vintage Trouble closing out the festival on Sunday.
Festival camping in the heart of the Rocky Mountains only steps away from Main Street in Telluride! Exclusive shows, fun challenges to win tickets, easy access to the festival stages - camping is the easily the most fun way to experience the Festival!
Presented by the Telluride Blues & Brews Festival, the Durango Blues Train on August 12th and 13th features two bands and four duo/solo musicians perform in vintage coach cars, while passengers enjoy each musical act by dancing from one rail car to next.
2017 Festival tickets are now on sale here. Tickets are also available over the phone at (866) 515-6166, and locally at Telluride Music. For contests, giveaways and news, be sure to Sign up for our Newsletter.