June 24th-26th, 2011
River Run at Keystone, Colorado
Bacon: Pronunciation [bey-kuhn] – the back and sides of the hog, salted, and dried or smoked, usually sliced thin and fried for food.
New to Keystone for summer 2011, this festival is sure to turn some heads. Whether you’re a bacon enthusiast or the loved one of a bacon connoisseur this event is for you. With thousands of pounds of bacon and bacon inspired cuisine at your finger tips you won’t want to miss this weekend long celebration of bacon.
$30 Big Bacon Ticket: (1) event koozie, (1) free beer, discounted beer all weekend after your freebie, (1) event hat, unlimited bacon tasting at purveyor tents.
Bacon Bucks: available in $5 increments, allows you to purchase samples from the purveyors and bacon inspired cuisine from any of our 15 restaurant vendors.
Buy Tickets here.
The Hornbuckle Band has been methodically and diligently carving out a growing niche in the regional music scene, becoming one of Denver’s hardest working, and most requested bands. This Blues Funk band has opened for the likes of The Allman Brothers, Joe Walsh, BB King and is guaranteed not to disappoint.
Devon Allman’s Honeytribe
HONEYTRIBE’s music is feel based. Although featuring Devon Allman as the front man (yes from that Allman family), this band is an ensemble cast all the way. Allman has surrounded himself with the A-list of musicians from mid-west America. If you like music with feel and soul by artists like Santana, BB King, The Dead, ZZ Top, The Black Crowes, the Stones, etc ….you will have a love affair with HONEYTRIBE. Real deal timeless feel good music from the soul, for the soul.
Yo Momma’s Big Fat Booty Band
It began as a party, grew into a band, evolved into a sound, and emerged as an institution. Yo Mama’s Big Fat Booty Band (aka the Booty Band) has gone through many changes since their fated onset in 2002. Today they are ready to shake the world, one cheek at a time.
The brotherly harmonies of Willy and Cody Braun form the foundation for the sound known as Reckless Kelly. The bands roots reach back to Idaho and Oregon, where the brothers paired their state-required education with a musical school of learning taught by their father. Muzzie Braun and the Boys took to the stage, playing western swing regionally, as well as on the Grand Ole Opry and the Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson. Reckless Kelly originated in Oregon but moved to Austin quickly, once they discovered alt-country was where they were heading. The band has made a lucrative and long-lasting career out of mixing rock, country, folk and Americana into a potent, high-octane package which can only be properly experienced live and onstage.