High Altitude Honky-Tonk

Spring is in the air with Colorado’s summer music festivals around the corner. Kick the music festival season off with the Rocky Mountain Country Fest at the Warren Station for the Arts in Keystone, March 23rd and 24th.

The Warren Station for the Arts in River Run Village creates unique and memorable experiences through public events, festivals, cultural performances, and more. This March, it’s proud to present the first annual Rocky Mountain Country Fest at Keystone, a weekend filled with honky-tonk, southern rock, country folk, and the best in Colorado western music.

Festivities begin with Friday night dances lesson for all levels. Summit’s own Mike “Tex” DeGarie, an expert in country western dancing, will be on-hand to teach beginner moves and experienced steps.

Put your new moves to the test when Twenty Hands High, a group of musicians that keeps the dance floor full and everyone singing along, takes the stage for the rest of the evening. Enjoy Jim Beam and Coors drink specials as you dance the night away!

Music begins again at 6:30 pm on Saturday with the Slingers, an ensemble of notable honky-tonk, country, and cowboy musicians. Halden Wofford and the Hi*Beams follows at 7:45 pm, and Wylie and the Wild West steps onstage at 9:30 pm.

Come for a weekend of skiing or riding and spend your nights enjoying Colorado western music at its finest. To learn more and to buy tickets, visit WarrenStation.com.

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