Snowbasin announces lineup for Blues, Brews and BBQ summer concerts

Thursday , April 20, 2017 - 12:26 PM2 comments

JACOB SCHOLL, Standard-Examiner Staff

HUNTSVILLE — The mountains will soon be alive with the sound music at Snowbasin

The resort announced the lineup for its fifth annual Blues, Brews and BBQ Summer Concert Series on Thursday.

Concerts are free and will take place every Sunday from 12:30-5:30 p.m., starting June 11 and ending September 24. See the full line-up below. 

A variety of musical styles will be on display throughout the summer at the concert series. Performers include Los Lobos, a Grammy Award-winning rock band from East Los Angeles, and Turnpike Troubadours, a red dirt country music group. A few acts are still to be announced, according to the resort. 

To get a taste of some of the artists set to perform during the concert series, event organizers created a Spotify playlist for all to enjoy.

Concertgoers are able to bring bring chairs, blankets and tents. Dogs are allowed, but must be on a leash and stay in grassy areas. 

Barbecue food and several local beers will be available at Earl’s Lodge. Food and drink will be available from 12-6 p.m. on concert dates. 

June 11 — Big Sam’s Funky Nation / Satsang / The Sextones

June 18 — The Fleshtones / Penrose / Night Marcher

June 25 — Dirty Revival / Pinetop Inferno

July 2 — Jelly Bread / The Roomsounds / Folk Hogan

July 9 — Driftwood / Useful Jenkins / The Johnny Utahs

July 16 — Main Squeeze / King Cardinal / Gleewood

July 23 — Andy Frasco / Kris Lager Band / Groovement / Tony Holiday / Folk Hogan

July 30 — The Motet / Dead Winter Carpenters / Pixie and the Party Grass Boys / Jamie McClean Band

Aug. 6 — Old 97’s / Jeff Crosby and the Refugees / Slings and Arrows

Aug. 13 — Turnpike Troubadors / Dirty River Boys / The Battefield

Aug. 20 — Robert Randolph and the Family Band / Troubador 77 / KLB / Old Shoe

Aug. 27 — Larry and His Flask / Me Like Bees / Canyon Kids

Sept. 3 — Los Lobos / The Whiskey Gentry / Troubador 77 / Michelle Moonshine Trio / Tom Bennet

Sept. 10 — Tony Holiday and the Velvetones / Jordan Mathew Young

Sept. 17 — The Weekenders / Penrose

Sept. 24 — Johnny Utah’s / Underground Cash

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