Los Lobos, Wood Brothers, Béla Fleck and Abigail Washburn to headline Four Corners Folk Festival

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Among the headliners for this fall’s 22nd annual Four Corners Folk Festival are Los Lobos.

By Crista Munro
Special to The PREVIEW

The 22nd annual Four Corners Folk Festival will take place Sept. 1-3 on Reservoir Hill.

The highly anticipated event will once again draw thousands of people from all around the four-state area (Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Arizona) and beyond for three magical days of music, camping, workshops, children’s programs, jamming and vending in one of the town’s most beautiful parks, located right in downtown Pagosa Springs.

This year’s stellar, award-winning lineup of musicians includes Los Lobos, Béla Fleck and Abigail Washburn, Sara Jarosz, The Wood Brothers, John Fullbright, We Banjo 3, The East Pointers, The Lil’ Smokies, Ghost of Paul Revere, The Accidentals, Session Americana, Quiles and Cloud, Freddy and Francine, Finnders and Youngberg, and The Drunken Hearts.

The Four Corners Folk Festival is supported in part with funding from Colorado Creative Industries.

On-site camping is still available, but will sell out in advance. Children 12 and under get free admission with an accompanying adult; additional information about tickets, daily schedules and this year’s artists can be found at www.folkwest.com.

Single-day or multi-day festival passes can also be purchased by phone by calling (877) 472-4672.

This story was posted on July 12, 2017.