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Telluride Blues & Brews Festival

Exclusive shows, fun challenges to win tickets, easy access to the festival stages - camping is the most fun way to experience the Festival!

The campground in Telluride Town Park opens on Thursday morning and is only steps away from the Main Stage and Main Street. Stake out your campsite, pitch a tent and let the fun-filled weekend begin!

One of the best camping perks: the Campground Sessions! These are additional shows in the Town Park campground exclusive to campers only (camping wristband required for entrance). Artists will be playing in the camping area each day of the festival. These performances in the intimate campground setting are some of the most memorable shows of the weekend! For the weekend schedule, click here.

Telluride Blues & Brews Festival is teaming up with the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics, an educational non-profit organization to encourage all of you to green the scene by entering the “Making My Blues Green – Coolest & Cleanest Campsite Challenge". Just take a few minutes to swing by the Leave No Trace booth to register and let them know you are being clean and sustainable here at the festival and you are instantly entered to win FREE swag including tickets for next year’s festival!

Finally, if you'd like to camp at the festival this year but don’t want the hassle of traveling with all of your equipment, you're in luck! We’ve partnered with Project Shelter once again to enhance your Blues & Brews camping experience! Let us do the work - skip packing all your camping gear and focus on the fun! Invite up to 3 friends and save addditional money on each gear Bascamp Gear Rental. Stay at a campsite in the Blues & Brews Basecamp Village (located in the heart of our campground), where everything (tent included) is already set up, staked down, and ready to rock. The Basecamp Village campsites have a private community area, shade structures, cooking equipment, tables, and even free morning coffee! Basecamp Village will be set up, fully furnished, and awaiting your arrival! To read more about Project Shelter, click here.

There are 3 areas for camping to choose from with your general camping pass:
  • Warner Field, which is the baseball field on the right as you enter the park. No trees.
  • The Town Park campground itself, and this is where you have to camp if you have a vehicle pass
  • Zone one which is the wooded area behind the campground, no vehicles. 
Camping is communal in all areas, there are no designated campsites. You are welcome to put your tent up wherever you want. It does get a bit crowded so be prepared to be close to your neighbours! 

To purchase camping tickets, please click here

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