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Outlaw Snowdown Music Festival coming to Pagosa in January

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”

 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 or call Melissa Buckley at (949) 690-3457.

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