Sept. 12-14, 2014
Three-Day Pass: $185. Single-Day passes on sale June 20. Festival Four-Day camping passes are $40 per person, with camping located adjacent to the Festival grounds starting Thursday, Sept. 11.
Peter Frampton, Violent Femmes, George Clinton and more than 50 microbrews.
Escape the crowds one day of the festival and bike ride up Imogene Pass while the music is playing for a live soundtrack and unparalleled views of the festival.
Boasting days of continuous live music and microbrew tastings against a backdrop of spectacular peaks, the Telluride Blues and Brews Festival has remained one of Colorado’s most-popular festivals for 20 years.
When B.B. King performed in 2004, he sat on the small, wooden stage in Telluride Town Park, looked out at the San Juans and told the crowd, "Out of the 90 different countries I've been to, I've never seen anything more beautiful than what you have here."
The Telluride Town Park stage has seen its share legendary acts over the years. Photo by Barry Brecheisen.
This year, the lineup features headliners Peter Frampton, Violent Femmes, George Clinton, and Buddy Guy. Other acts include: The Robert Cray Band, The Meter Men, Charles Bradley and His Extraordinaires, Anders Osborne, Black Joe Lewis and more.
Southwestern Colorado's San Juan Mountains provides a perfect backdrop to Telluride Blues and Brews Festival. Photo by Barry Brecheisen.
The festival is a 100-percent carbon neutral event. Volunteers direct garbage into compost, recycling or regular bins and most every festival product that isn’t recyclable is biodegradable. Fans can purchase a Green Ticket, which offsets a portion of emissions created by traveling to and from the event.