2017 Tickets On Sale Wednesday, March 1

The 24th Annual Telluride Blues & Brews Festival will once again take over the world-famous resort mountain town of Telluride, CO on September 15-17, 2017. Festival Passes go on sale Wednesday, March 1st at 10:00 a.m. (MT). Tickets will be available online, over the phone at 866-515-6166 and locally at Telluride Music, located at 333 West Colorado Ave.

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Festival Camping In Telluride

Camp out in the heart of the Rocky Mountains in Telluride Town Park! Surrounded by towering mountain peaks, the picturesque campground is located just steps away from the Main Stage and Main Street! With exclusive shows, fun challenges to win tickets, and easy access to the festival stages, camping is a great and social way to experience the Festival!

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Luxury Camping "Glamping" At Blues & Brews

Experience the grandeur of the Telluride outdoors in a luxury Colorado Yurt Company Safari Tent ent during the festival! Camp in style in the "Safari Village" (Telluride Town Park Oval) and be treated the convenience of camping at the festival without forgoing the creature comforts you can't live without! Each package comes with a pair of VIP 3-Day Passes. Packages are limited and will sell out, don't wait to purchase!

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2017 Vip Festival Experience

Blues & Brews offers a top-notch VIP experience right on the festival grounds and adjacent to the Town Park Stage. Our VIP section will give fans a premium view of the Main Stage with seating and shade. Guests will be treated to a weekend of exclusive amenities including private entrance, gratis beer, wine and non alcoholic beverage services, light snacks, upscale VIP restrooms and much more.

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Con Brio | "Give It All" Live At Blues & Brews

Con Brio's songs are about love, hope, failure, and political turmoil – life itself. A deeply talented band of seven with a horn section to keep it brassy and sassy, not only does Con Brio possess the funk, but they’ve also got love and passion covered, too. “We don’t want to walk, we don’t want to drive,” band leader Ziek McCarter says. “We want to fly. We want to levitate.” So do we.

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Con Brio | "Paradise" Live At Blues & Brews

Known for their live shows – lively, ass-shaking, throw your hands in the air pure joy, Con Brio's sound is infused with funk-rock psychedelic soul that is reminiscent of Sly and The Family Stone. Fronted by a man some swear is the second coming of none other than James Brown, Ziek McCarter moves like his back ain’t got no bone. Paradise is the name of their 2016 release and paradise is where we’re going with this exuberant band. Watch the live version of their set opener "Paradise" live from Telluride Blues & Brews Festival.

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NATHANIEL RATELIFF & THE NIGHT SWEATS LIVE AT BLUES & BREWS

Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats took the music industry by storm in 2015 and Blues & Brews was honored to have them open up the weekend in Telluride for the 22nd annual festival. Here's some exclusive footage from their performance on the iconic Telluride Town Park stage for "I Need Never Get Old" live at Telluride Blues & Brews Festival on September 18, 2015.

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Gary Clark Jr. | "Our Love" Live At Blues & Brews

Gary Clark Jr is a mind-blowing guitarist, diverse songwriter, and a singer with power and soul. We were honored to welcome him back to the Colorado mountains for the 23rd Annual Telluride Blues & Brews Festival. Watch the live version of "Our Love" from Saturday night at the 2016 Telluride Blues & Brews Festival.

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Gary Clark Jr. | "The Healing" Live At Blues & Brews

There must be something in the water in Austin, Texas. It is a fertile ground for musicians and from that rich soil of tradition, legend and camaraderie arose Austin native, Gary Clark Jr. His prodigy-level skills on guitar making him welcome on Austin’s storied stages transforming the blues and R&B into rock and roll. Watch him perform "The Healing" live from Telluride Blues & Brews Festival on Saturday, September 19th, 2016.

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"Flower Box" By Anders Osborne With Gondola Sessions

We just can’t get enough of Anders Osborne. He’s appeared at this festival more than any other artist and with good reason. This acoustic version of "Flower Box" is very similar to the album version, though the stripped-down style results in a track that is a minute shorter and really puts the lyrics in your face.

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A.J. Fullerton - "She'S So Cold" With Gondola Sessions

On this round of Gondola Sessions live from Telluride, A.J. Fullerton switched out his Dobrato for his old trusty acoustic guitar for "She's So Cold". The day Fullerton got this guitar he dropped it and gave it a nick. Since, he has added a pickup, 9V battery and control knobs, giving the guitar a unique look and sound.

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Shakey Graves | "Word Of Mouth" Live At Blues & Brews

Shakey Graves is the performance name of Alejandro Rose-Garcia, a one-man act that defies categorization. He mesmerizes audiences with his seductive, spare hobo folk songs; songs that tell stories and transport the listener to a world populated by unseen segments of society. Watch this live recording of "Word of Mouth" from 2016 Telluride Blues & Brews Festival and be forever changed.

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Shakey Graves | "Dearly Departed" Live At Telluride Blues & Brews Festival

When Shakey Graves made his #TellurideBlues debut in 2014, to say that the gentleman from Texas was the talk of the festival would be an understatement. He was a one man band then but has since added additional musicians for both his live and recorded work. Clearly a festival favorite, Shakey's return to Blues & Brews was highly anticipated and ardent fans were treated to a intimate and powerful performance.

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Moreland & Arbuckle Ride The Telluride Gondola

Gondola Sessions ride with Moreland & Arbuckle for a take on their song "Wrong I Do", which is the penultimate track on their album 1861. It is a relatively slow and easy song for often ruckus blues duo, but it fits them perfectly. What it lacks in speed it makes up for in soul and grit.

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Durango Blues Train - 2017 Dates

[Just Announced] The Durango Blues Train will take place on June 2nd & 3rd and August 18th & 19th, 2017. Stay tuned for lineup announcements mid-Winter 2017! Set your calendar reminders! Tickets will go on sale February 15th at 10:00 a.m. (MST)

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