Spring Back to Vail announces Counting Crows in first wave of artist lineup
Spring Back to Vail, which takes place Thursday, April 9-Sunday, April 12 this year, has announced the first bands on its lineup.
Friday will see performances from Dispatch and Soja. Saturday’s headliners are Counting Crows and St. Paul and the Broken Bones.
Dispatch’s folk, indie and sunny vibes that come from spending lots of time in Northern California will surely bring a warm flavor to Friday’s shows. Sojas’ reggae sound dovetails nicely.
Counting Crows emerged in 1994 with the breakout hit “Mr. Jones” and followed up with “Recovering the Satellites” in 1996. The band is known for its live shows and also famously authored “Accidentally in Love” for the movie “Shrek 2.”
St. Paul and the Broken Bones bring flavorful Americana and have played in the Vail Valley numerous times.
Spring Back to Vail is a free event, and VIP tickets are on sale now for $150. VIPs get access to a viewing area next to the stage, included beverages and light snacks, as well as private bathrooms.
For more information about the artists and the event, visit http://www.springbacktovail.com.
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