Are you ready to let your hair down and have some fun? It does not get much better than three days of free music on three different stages and free parking and it's all happening right here in Grand Junction.

Downtown Grand Junction will turn into a musical paradise with music for almost every taste. The Four Peaks Music Festival kicks off May 18, 19th and 20th in Grand Junction in conjunction with the Off-Road Mountain Bike event. Bikers both professionals and amateurs alike will be riding the beautiful trails of Grand Junction.

You will not have to go thirsty as the festival has you covered with the Beer and Wine Garden, which pretty much covers the entire four blocks of the festival.
Kicking things off Friday Night at 5:00 on the main stage, it is the group 
Tight Thump. Then at 8:30, it is Ralph Dinosaur and The Fabulous Volcanoes. Ralph needs no introduction as he is a long time local favorite.

If dancing is your thing, you will love this Denver based band on Saturday night May 19th The Motet. I spoke with Caitlyn Love Grand Junction's Marketing and Communications specialist and she said: "this band has really exploded in the Denver area into the funk scene."

There will be 18 local bands performing according to Caitlyn Love and they are really a part of the Grand Junction scene.

Free music, free parking, come and enjoy.

Friday

  • Tight Thump
  • Ralph Dinosaur + the Fabulous Volcanos
  • FC Westcott
  • Stray Grass
  • Tankerays
  • Bronco Country

Saturday

  • Chaz Roi
  • Colorado Public Lands Day
  •  Shea + Larren
  •  Freeway Donna
  •  Toast to the Dedication - Epic Rides
  •  The Motet
  •  Bobby Walker
  •  Soul Habit
  • Doubious Brothers
  •  Ralph Dinosaur + the Fabulous Volcanos
  •  Tim + Richard
  • Clyde + the Milltailers
  • Shotgun Hodown
  • Mount Orchid
  • Tight Thump

Sunday

  • Stray Grass
  •  Sidewalk Performances
  •  Wave 11
  •  Morgan Crouse
  •  Clyde of the Milltailers

For all the times and stages check out the Downtown Music Festival website.