The Outlaw Snowdown, an alternative-country music festival slated to take Pagosa Springs by storm this winter, is a don’t-miss addition to the community’s event calendar.
Held in a heated tent in Town Park over Martin Luther King Day weekend, the festival will feature 10 national acts from Jan. 13-15.
To complement the main event held from 4:30 to 10 p.m. each evening, folks can catch après-ski sets at Kip’s Grill from 3 to 5 p.m. and keep the party going at the Bear Creek Saloon — the official afterparty of the Outlaw Snowdown — after the show each night.
Confirmed artists include: Stoney Larue, Supersuckers, Jason Boland & the Stragglers, The Band of Heathens, Elizabeth Cook, Hellbound Glory, Lucky Tubb & the Modern Day Troubadours, Lydia Loveless, The Ben Miller Band and D.L. Marble of Durango.
To hear tracks from and learn more about these artists, visit and “Like” www.facebook.com/outlawsnowdown.
Area residents will have an opportunity to purchase passes at special locals-only prices this Friday, Nov. 25, at Kip’s Grill. An Outlaw Snowdown FUN-dRAISER, featuring music from Outlaw Snowdown après-ski artist Brooks-i, will be held at Kip’s from 8 to 11 p.m. T-shirts, tickets and other prizes from Outlaw Snowdown sponsors will be raffled off on Friday, with all proceeds going toward the cost of producing a world-class concert in Pagosa this winter.
For more information or to buy tickets, visit www.outlawsnowdown.com or call Melissa Buckley at (949) 690-3457.