Local, regional, national and international performers grace the stage at the Crestone Music Festival.
When you come to CrestFest, you’ll want to stay awhile. Set in the beautiful high-altitude desert of the San Luis Valley, at the foot of the 14,000-foot peaks of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, there’s nothing else quite like it. CrestFest boasts proximity to hot springs, wilderness, mountain biking, camping and hiking, and spectacular climbing. There’s lots to see and lots to do in this scenic, historic area.Getting to CrestFest is easy by car. It is about 45 minutes north of Alamosa or one hour south of Salida.
Be aware that long distances may occur between towns along your route. Don’t wait until you are low on gas to fill up your tank. Don’t forget to bring sunglasses and water! The festival itself is at 8,000+ feet.
This year's lineup includes: Booker T., Tab Benoit, Lunar Fire, Lion SoulJahs, Ricardo Peña Band, Crestone Kaminari Taiko, Acoustic Mining Company, Beth Quist & Kailin Yong, Impromptu, Leon Joseph Littlebird, and Theano & Chuck Lamb.
August 6th - 8th, 2010; Challenger Golf Course, Creston, CO