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Winter WonderGrass Returns, Lineup Announced

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Winter WonderGrass 2014Avon, CO -- The second annual WinterWonderGrass music and brew festival is coming back to the Vail Valley on February 21st for three nights of music, hot local foods, brewery talks and so much more. WinterWonderGrass is a unique, boutique outdoor winter music and beer festival highlighting bluegrass and acoustic roots music from around the country plus Colorado’s finest craft breweries with a focus on local and sustainable products. The Festival takes place at Nottingham Park in Avon, Colorado, with Beaver Creek Ski Resort as the perfect backdrop. The new location sits in the heart of Avon within walking distance to hotels, condos, shops, the gondola and public transportation.

The bluegrass music festival takesplace February 21-23, 2011 at Nottingham Park in beautiful Avon, Colorado. Head on over to Avon for two heated beer halls, 3 Stages, 1 Kids Tent, Free Water and some of the best pickers on the planet!

Artists scheduled to appear include: Greensky Bluegrass featuring Sam Bush, Leftover Salmon, The Infamous Stringdusters, Elephant Revival, Head For The Hills, Nicki Bluhm And The Gramblers, Scott Law, Tyler Grant, Milkdrive, Fruition, Whitewater Ramble, WinterWonderGrass House Band, The Dead Winter Carpenters, Gipsy Moon, and The Old Town Pickers.

Winter WonderGrass 2014Colorado is also known for its broad variety of craft beers. The event will feature a beer festival featuring over a dozen of Colorado's best brews. There will be beer tasting each afternoon-early evening of the event. Attendees can also acquire their own Custom Branded Stainless Steel Mug. In order to Leave No Trace and minimize our plastic footprint. Winter WonderGrass has partnered with Kleen Kanteen to provide each artist and attendee with a unique stainless steel 16oz beer mug.

Tickets go on sale Monday, November 18 on the Winter WonderGrass Festival website.

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