Brain Freeze Tent


11 am – noon
Peak 2 Peak

Peak2Peak is a local Rocky Mountain town based band that carry on the tradition of the Grateful Dead all along the Front Range. Steeped in over 60 years of rocking Jerry Garcia songs all put together, watching them will certainly remind you of the message of ‘The Dead’ and the classic effortless beauty of what love feels like.

12:30 – 2 pm
The Farmer Sisters

The Farmer Sisters’ uniquely resonant harmonies and insightful lyrics have captivated audiences from a young age. Katie and Sara collaborate on original material as well as unexpected covers. The sisters’ original songs are rooted in their upbringing in the tiny town of Jamestown, CO.

2:30 – 4 pm
Haymarket Squares

The Haymarket Squares are Arizona’s finest purveyors of punkgrass. Righteous anger meets 4-part harmonies and bluegrass instruments for a moshpit hoedown!  They feature ecstatic dancing, blindingly fast mandolin, and broad smiles.

4:30 – 6 pm
The Jauntee

Averaging over one hundred shows a year  — The Jauntee has quickly made a name for themselves in the New England music scene.  Hailing from Boston, they’ve solidified a dedicated following in the Northeast, playing most staple venues in the area. Drawing influence from a wide variety of bands and  improvisational landscape spans multiple genres, including: Funk/Rock/Jazz/Progressive/Bluegrass/Psychedelic and Ambient music.

6:30 – 8 pm
300 Days

300 days is an original acoustic quartet based in the Front Range of Colorado. With roots in bluegrass, folk, rock, jazz and Americana, this band delivers highly crafted originals with no boundaries. While continuing to push the acoustic envelope, the band has established a sound they call “prograss”.

8:30 – 10 pm

Galvarino is a hard rock, Americana power trio that puts out honest rock ‘n roll conceived to bring back that same sense of abandon, no matter who you are, no matter what your station in life. Named after a Mapuche warrior who strapped swords to his arms when the Spanish cut off his hands, the band rides straight through the emaciated deserts of indie rock, past the predictable palm trees of corporate pop, and all the way up to the jagged peaks of Rage Against the Machine, Queens of the Stone Age and the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Galvarino is a rugged musical landscape.


12:30 – 2 pm
Highway 50

Highway 50 is the brainchild of Al Laughlin, original member of the Colorado band, The Samples. He continues in that tradition blending ska, reggae, jazz, pop and R&B with Laughlin’s melodic vocals and introspective lyrics. Laughlin wrote or co-wrote many of the band’s most enduring songs and his percussive off-beat reggae stylings on keyboards became known as “the bubble” that helped form the band’s signature sound.

2:30 – 4 pm
Hot Soup

A good soup takes lots of time and love, with the addition of great ingredients. Hot Soup is a great example of that, forming in Boulder, Colorado in the fall of 2007. Blending just about all the elements of music into their original music including funk, rock, jazz, fusion, reggae, bluegrass, and improvisation, calling them eclectic is an understatement.

4:30 – 6 pm

ATOMGA is building an empire for fevered, afrobeat influenced dance parties. However, staging sweaty dance parties is not ATOMGA’s only intention. Consciousness is something this 10 piece afrofunk collective takes very seriously. Since their inception in 2011, they have meticulously studied the hypnotic grooves and lyrical prowess of afrobeat’s forefathers in order to maintain musical integrity and positively contribute to afrobeat in a modern setting.

6:30 – 8 pm

ONDA (Spanish for “vibe”) is a seven-piece Latin dance band.  Founded in 2000, this top performance group has flourished on the Colorado music scene with a healthy mix of club, festival, theater appearances. They have been featured in The Denver Post, Boulder Daily Camera, Colorado Music Buzz magazine & the Boulder Weekly.

8:30 – 9 pm
DJ Jah Stone