The parade, the carnival, the arts and crafts fair, the rodeo … there’s no denying that Pagosa pours on the charm for the Fourth of July.
Add tubing down the river, grabbing some BBQ and washing it down with a cold beer while listening to live music, and you’ve got Red White & Brews — an Independence Day celebration that’s about to make the best day of the year in Pagosa even better!
Featuring four uber-talented Americana acts trekking in from Texas, Tennessee and California, the inaugural Red White & Brews will be held on the banks of the San Juan River, at the Yamaguchi Park baseball field, from 2 p.m. ‘til the fireworks fly.
Colorado breweries Coors, New Belgium, Ska and Breckenridge will also be on hand. Not a beer drinker? Don’t worry, there’ll be plenty of other beverages (adult and otherwise) to whet your whistle.
Save slaving over the grill for the weekend, we’ll take care of the grub. Grab a plate, a drink and a patch of grass and settle in for an unforgettable afternoon and evening of great music followed by ooohh- and ahhhh-worthy fireworks. A portion of each ticket sold goes toward the Pagosa Springs Fireworks Fund.
In addition to the music, food and drinks, Red White & Brews will feature crafts vendors, a bounce house and plenty of other activities to keep you (and the kids) adequately entertained.
Don’t miss the first of what is sure to become Pagosa’s new Fourth of July tradition.
Tickets are just $15 ($50 for VIP) and available locally at the Chamber of Commerce, Higher Grounds Coffee and Kip’s Grill & Cantina. Kids under 10 are admitted free.
Red White & Brews is brought to you by Buckwild Productions, the same crew who brought you the Outlaw Snowdown in January.
If you have any questions, feel free to call Melissa at (949) 690-3457.
For more details on the artists or to buy tickets online, visit www.redwhiteandbrews.com.
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