A SOUTHERN COLORADO BLUEGRASS AND CULINARY ARTS FESTIVAL
Foot-stomping bluegrass music, cooking demonstrations, living history activites and delectable food and wine tastings, have made this event a regional favorite.This year’s bands include Lizzy Plotkin and Nataie Spears, Tibet, and the Wooks, 1st place winners of the 2016 RockyGrass Band Contest . Closing out this year’s festival is the smokin’-hot Americana band, the Quebe Sisters from Texas. “One thing is for sure, you don’t see a group like the Quebe Sisters come along every day,” famed Opry announcer Eddie Stubbs told listeners on his own show on Nashville’s WSM. “Give them your undivided attention, and if you’re not already, you too, will become a fan.” Sample food from more than two dozen of Colorado Springs’ finest restaurants. Where else can you sip a vintage wine, listen to bluegrass melodies and enjoy a gorgeous view of Pikes Peak? Bring chairs or a blanket for seating at the concert. The festival will be held rain or shine. All proceeds benefit Rock Ledge Ranch Site.For more information on the bands, the day’s schedule, and to purchase tickets online, visit the festival web site: www.fiddlesvittlesandvino.com. Tickets are limited, so purchase early!
30th July 2017 at 3:00:pm Admission:
Adults (13 years old and older): $45 Preregistration (before July 20th), $50 After
Children (under 13): $20 Preregistration (before July 20th), $25 After
Absolutely no passes or coupons accepted for this event
- Advance purchase at the Ranch Office
(before June 4th), General Store, Admissions Gate or FiddlesVittlesandVino.com
- Absolutely no passes or coupons accepted for this event
- Ticket holders have unrestricted access to bluegrass performances and food and beverage samplings.
- Tasting will start at 3:00 and go until food is gone
- Note: Due to the nature of this event, the site will be closed to all except ticket holders for the duration of the Festival. No dogs allowed on the premises.