WinterWonderGrass tickets drop Oct. 12
October 6, 2017
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — The WinterWonderGrass Festival is returning to Steamboat on Feb. 23-25, and the lineup of musicians and tickets will go on sale Thursday, Oct. 12, for the sixth annual internationally recognized bluegrass and craft beer festival.
WinterWonderGrass, formerly held in Avon, is a unique mix of world-class bluegrass on four stages, Colorado craft beer tastings and Champagne Powder plus a kid's zone, VIP experience, coffee bar and more all at the base of Ski Town, U.S.A. WinterWonderGrass is known to encapsulate all things Colorado and community.
To celebrate the 2018 lineup announcement and the coming of winter, WinterWonderGrass will be hosting free local gatherings Oct. 12-14. The celebration event venues are Schmiggity's in Steamboat Springs (Oct. 12), Oskar Blues Tap Room in Boulder (Oct. 13) and Cervantes Other Side in Denver (Oct. 14), all from 5 to 9 p.m.
Each celebration will feature live music from the WinterWonderGrass Allstars, an opportunity to purchase tickets without fees, ticket and merchandise giveaways and a chance to meet the faces behind the festival.
The festival has collaborated with Icelantic Skis to create a custom-made ski with the full lineup printed on the base of the ski. The skis will be available for purchase at the announcement celebrations.
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Three-day tickets will be for sale starting at $169 and three-day VIP tickets are $339.
All three-day tickets include three hours of daily beer tastings, a commemorative Klean Kanteen festival cup and three days of live music at the base of Steamboat Mountain.
For more information and to purchase tickets, visit http://www.winter wondergrass.com.
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