We’re Giving Away A Vacation, A Guitar & 2020 Telluride Jazz Festival Tickets
The Telluride Blues & Brews Festival is raffling off a signed guitar by Joe Bonamassa, valued at $1,500, a 7-Day Legendary Rhythm & Blues Cruise for two and two tickets to the 2020 Telluride Jazz Festival, to benefit local Telluride non-profits.
Be sure to stop by the Merchandise Tent and Blues Cruise Tent to buy a raffle ticket to help show your support! Raffle tickets are $10 each, 3 for $20.
We are raising funds for the One to One Mentoring Program, who empowers youth in San Miguel County to achieve their social, emotional and academic potential through professionally supported mentor relationships, and the Telluride Aids Benefit, a non-profit organization whose mission is to fight HIV/AIDS by heightening global and local awareness, as well as generating financial support for educational programs and patient care/prevention.
This raffle has been made possible through the generous efforts of Keeping the Blues Alive Foundation (KTBA). KTBA was founded in 2011 by blues/rock musician Joe Bonamassa and his business partner and manager Roy Weisman in an effort to ensure the preservation of the blues music genre as well as music education as a whole. KTBA fuels the passion for music by funding programs and scholarships for students and teachers who possess the desire, but lack the resources or access to achieve their potential within the music industry.
August 7-9, 2020 | Telluride, Colorado
The Telluride Jazz Festival is a three day and night live music event held August 7-9, 2020. The intimate small festival format offers the unique chance to experience the openness and beauty of the legendary Telluride Town Park music venue, accompanied by a once-in-a-lifetime soundtrack provided by acclaimed artists, Grammy Award winners, cutting edge innovators, rare super-groups, and some of the best student bands in the country. The core audience of loyal patrons, dedicated locals, and curious travelers creates a relaxed vibe where laying back in your chair or letting your hair down to dance are equally encouraged. Great food vendors, craft brews and cocktails on tap cover the basic amenities and provide a sample of Colorado’s renowned craftsmanship. At night, the music moves from Telluride Town Park into historic indoor music venues within easy walking distance. The special Jazz After Dark late night performances often present memorable collaborations and up-close viewing of the artists in their element. On Sunday, the day kicks off with a New Orleans Second Line brass band parade down Main Street. Colorful floats, costumes, beads and decorations are all welcome as patrons join in on the march through town.