june 25, 2023
4 pm to dusk
Citizen's State Bank
Musician Bios HERE
Peach Street Revival
Mariachi San Jose- presented by Ouray county performing arts guild
doug & heather
Haro and the Dark
Riverstone Jazz (Yaz Ishikawa)
Old Man Polly
Sweet T & Lady V
The Two Tenors
Two cents and change
Lonnie & Diane
... and much, much more!
Food Truck Offerings:
Bravos Food Truck
fete de la musique is a day to celebrate community, music and Summer solstice! A Plethora of Live music will be offered by local and regional musicians from all genres & ages throughout N. Ridgway. We'll have beverage stations, food trucks and the event is free to attend -- though tips for musicians are highly encouraged.
FETE DE LA MUSIQUE is a day to celebrate community, music and Summer solstice! A Plethora of Live music will be offered by local and regional musicians from all genres & ages throughout N. Ridgway. We’ll have beverage stations, food trucks and the event is free to attend — though tips for musicians are highly encouraged.
Fete De La Musique is presented by Weehawken Creative Arts, Sherbino and Citizen’s State Bank with support from many others.
On JUNE 25, 2023 (in honor of the Summer Solstice and World Music Day on June 21st) we will gather the community to play and enjoy music outside in public spaces. Like we did in 2021 and 2022, our plan is for MANY MANY musicians from all genres and levels to participate in this event.
The event is FREE to the public and outdoors, with multiple performances happening simultaneously all over the north side of Ridgway. This year, we will again be closing some streets for safety and adding some food trucks and beverage (adult and NA) concessions.
The event will run from 4:00-9:30 pm and will again start centrally at Hartwell Park, then pulsate outward to the event edges (Cora St. all the way to Otto St; Clinton from Lena to Laura St. and Lena St from Charles to Otto St) and then retract back to Hartwell Park for a single community concert and finale.
The public will be encouraged to WALK to the event and bring additional cash to tip the artists and consider donating to support the event.
Just like in past years, we’ll get it ALL — Mariachi, harpists, local bands, bluegrass, kids playing drums, electro funk, youth symphony, community chorales and more!
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