On the banks of the mighty Colorado River, YarmonyGrass captures everything that bluegrass music stands for, all in a perfect melding of the Colorado lifestyle and a rustic, riverside event. Sure there are some festivals where it’s possible to cool off in nearby water, but at YarmonyGrass you can actually float in the Colorado River and hear music from the stage. It’s designed to be that way, and in years past, when the promoters were forced to host the event at Copper Mountain after a fire at State Bridge, the entire vibe of the event changed. Now blissfully at Rancho Del Rio, the YarmonyGrass community is continuing to show why it’s been named one of the best camping festivals in the state.
- You’re going there to see: The Travelin’ McCourys feat. Bill Nershi, Rebel Alliance Jam, Head For The Hills
- You’re going to come home talking about: Coral Creek, Kitchen Dwellers, Caribou Mountain Collective
Denver to Rancho Del Rio
2 hours, 33 minutes
Camping: Festival tickets include camping, which is right next to the stage and has direct access to the Colorado River.