Celebrate the Summer Solstice by joining bluegrass lovers and musicians in the historic mountain town of Telluride for an epic weekend of music and community. Kick off the Colorado summer at the 43rd Annual Telluride Bluegrass Festival.
Join hundreds of bluegrass fans and musicians from the area for an epic weekend of live music performances at Telluride Town Park. The 43rd Annual Telluride Bluegrass Festival runs from June 16 to June 19 from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. and will continue the annual tradition of presenting the unique genre of ‘Telluride Bluegrass' with performances from the likes of Peter Rowan, Edgar Meyer, and "King of Telluride" Sam Bush among others. Be prepared for four days of music in the historic mountain town of Telluride as we head into the Summer Solstice — the longest day of the year that kicks of the Colorado summer. Bring your festival chairs, hiking boots, and a guitar or two to join other songwriters and music lovers for an unforgettable weekend in the mountains. You'll discover plenty of music performances on the main stage all day and can also catch workshops on the Elks Park Stage and Nightgrass concerts at indoor venues around town all weekend long. Take advantage of the opportunity to hike up to Bear Creek Falls, a popular two-mile hike, that begins right behind the festival stage. Guests staying at the Mountain Lodge Telluride enjoy easy access to the festival grounds less than a 20-minute drive away. Plan your summer getaway at the resort and look forward to spacious lodge accommodations and access to some of the area's top hiking and biking destinations for your weekend retreat.