This Labor Day (Sept 1) Timberline Lodge continues their annual tradition: a free, family-friendly roots music festival featuring four bands playing live from noon until sundown at Timberline’s outdoor amphitheater. There will also be food vendors and an opportunity to jam out with the crowd at the “pickin’ patio.” The following bands will be at this year’s festival.
For more information, visit the Mountain Music Festival at timberlinelodge.com.
Monacle Band—1 p.m.
The melodies produced by these five Colorado natives and their band of string instruments has been described as “sincere” and “original” by the Denver Post.
Nora Jane Struthers & The Party Line—2:30 p.m.
With feel-good lyrics and bluegrass vibe, these five Nashville musicians’ tunes are upbeat and uplifting.
Cahalen Morrison and Eli West—4 p.m.
These two men, originating from Seattle, have rich voices that intertwine perfectly with their string instruments, creating a soothing sound full of sentiment.
The Black Lillies—5:30 p.m.
This group of rising honky-tonk stars hail from Knoxville, Tennessee. With folky undertones, their music offers a little something to all walks of life.