Breckenridge Brewery's Hootenanny is an annual celebration of craft beer, live music, and barbecue. This year's event marks the brewery's 26th anniversary since its humble beginnings in the mountain town for which it's named. With two stages featuring national and local bands, the event goes from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm, rain or shine.
This year’s music line-up features Big Head Todd and the Monsters, Robert Randolph and the Family Band, Larry & Jenny Keel (accompanied by Drew Emmitt and Andy Thorn of Leftover Salmon), and Head for the Hills on the main stage. The beer garden stage showcases Colorado musicians Zolopht, Grant Farm, We Dream Dawn, Sweet Lillies, and Caribou Mountain Collective.
*Price increases as each tier sells out*
As in years past, the Hootenanny will raise money to fight hunger across the nation, by donating a portion of the event's proceeds to Conscious Alliance.
NO PARKING will be available at the brewery. Shuttle services are provided. You can catch the shuttles and get dropped off at the following locations: Arapahoe Community College and RTD Light Rail station (Santa Fe & Mineral), For Light-Rail Schedules: http://bit.ly/1ot7MLG