2016 Music Festival information to be announced during March.
Partnering with the Downtown Grand Junction Business Improvement District, Epic Rides is pleased to announce an entire three-day festival of live music on three stages along the meandering Main Street May 29-31. The 2015 Downtown Grand Junction Art + Music Festival will celebrate its 27th year drawing thousands of local and regional residents for a weekend filled with enriching culture.
This weekend of rock steady music and captivating art includes a canned good drive for the Community Food Bank of Grand Junction - All attendees are requested to bring two canned goods for donation.
With great cooperation from Downtown Grand Junction and the Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. Beer Garden, four entire blocks of Main Street will be an open Beer & Wine Garden featuring three stages of entertainment, making for the perfect place to unwind while glorious music fills the air into the evening.
Get all the details on the full three days of musical acts here:
8p - 10p Headlining Act - Shakey Graves
The 3rd Annual Grand Junction Off-Road Presented by U.S. Bank will proudly feature Austin, Texas native Shakey Graves, a one-man electric folk band with national acclaim recently seen on the Late Show with David Letterman and Conan. Witnessing Shakey Graves simultaneously stomping a handmade suitcase kick drum and a tambourine while belting out lyrics and strumming his guitar to his recent hit, “Roll the Bones”, gets respect from even the most discerning musician.
An experienced actor who originally appeared on the popular television show Friday Night Lights, Alejandro Rose-Garcia has shifted his focus to music, gaining national acclaim as Shakey Graves. His most recent album, And the War Came was recorded in Rose-Garcia’s Austin home, featuring a beautifully energetic collaboration with other musicians, highlighted by the song “Dearly Departed”, performed with Denver-based singer Esme Patterson.
Blending lo-fi, foot-stomping folk with bluesy rock, Shakey Graves picks, slides and hammers his guitar while belting out powerful gospel-like vocals for a sound unlike any other performer on the road today.