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KGNU’s 33rd Annual Charles Sawtelle Memorial Mountain Jam aka “The Charles”

July 18 @ 11:30 am - 4:30 pm

SOLD OUT!

The livestream will begin at about 12pm.

Listen with our mobile app or in your browser.

KGNU continues a three-decade tradition on Sunday, July 18 when another musical performance extraordinaire returns to Gold Hill for the 33rd year.

This year features Colorado bluegrass bands Sugar Moon Band, High Lonesome, and the Sam Armstrong Zickefoose Band headlining.

Doors at 11:30 a.m., the first band starts at 12 noon. The event will wrap up by 4:30 p.m.

SOLD OUT!
Advance Tickets are $35 for KGNU members, $40 for non-members, available online at kgnu.org. Online sales end at 11:59pm, Saturday, July 16. Children 12 and under are free.

If not sold out, tickets will be $5 higher at the door.

Beverages are available for purchase; they are not included in the price of admission. Food available for purchase by Tostadas food truck, vegan and vegetarian options available, food is not included in the price of admission.

No pets, no coolers, no outside alcohol, no glass, no tarps, no tents, please. We recommend low-backed lawn chairs for seating. Parking is limited, please carpool.

Please note that there is little to NO cell phone service in Gold Hill.

This event benefits KGNU, an independent volunteer-powered, listener-supported community radio station, heard locally at 88.5 FM in Boulder and Denver, 1390 AM in Denver, 93.7 FM in the Nederland and Ward area, 98.7 FM in Fort Collins, streaming online at kgnu.org and via our mobile app for Android or iPhone/iPad.

Details

Date:
July 18
Time:
11:30 am - 4:30 pm
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Organizer

KGNU

Venue

Gold Hill Inn
401 Main St
Boulder, CO 80302
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