We get it. MeadowGrass can be a lot to pack into one weekend, and here we are changing things up again. In years past we’ve distributed our festival program at the gate, to help you make the most of your weekend.
We asked for your feedback and listened to your suggestions and are happy to announce that our 2017 festival program is now available online. Our goal is to help prepare you for the best MeadowGrass yet, and save a few more trees in the process. Best of all, you can download, print and even share it, so it is available for you when you’re ready. And, if you prefer the souvenir paper version, we’ll have some of those available at the gate too.
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Headed into its ninth year, MeadowGrass features more than twenty performances by national, regional and local artists.
Over the years the basic mission of the festival has remained constant – to bring world class musical talent to perform in the Pikes Peak region alongside local and regional performers, in a family-friendly environment. We strive to cultivate an environment that welcomes guests of all ages and tastes, as well as amenities catering to different lifestyles.
We are committed to presenting world class musical entertainers from a wide spectrum of genres. Artists are selected for their original work. MeadowGrass has been extraordinarily successful at booking emerging talent. Talent selections are made based upon input received from a diverse array of community sources including local musicians and music professionals. We celebrate the local music scene, and our events play an important role in advancing the careers of some of our most noted bands, including The Haunted Windchimes, Grass It Up, Mike Clark & the Sugar Sounds and Woodshed Red.