The lineup for the 2013 edition of the Telluride Bluegrass Festival has been posted. Among the most noteworthy acts scheduled to perform at the annual four-day mountainside festival (taking place Thursday, June 20, through Sunday, June 23, in Telluride) are, most prominently, Grammy-winning perennial favorites Mumford & Sons, making another return trip alongside local heavyweights String Cheese Incident, Leftover Salmon, Yonder Mountain String Band, Hot Rize, semi-locals Dispatch, and local faves such as the Infamous Stringdusters, Greensky Bluegrass and more. There are also some wild cards, such as Feist, in the mix. Keep reading for a full rundown.
THURSDAY, JUNE 20 Mumford & Sons Emmylou Harris & Rodney Crowell Richard Thompson Steep Canyon Rangers Greensky Bluegrass The Milk Carton Kids Elephant Revival Chris Thile
FRIDAY, JUNE 21 Dispatch The Masters of Bluegrass featuring Del McCoury Bobby Osborne J.D. Crowe Bobby Hicks Jerry McCoury String Cheese Incident Punch Brothers Peter Rowan Trampled by Turtles Tim O'Brien Lake Street Dive Sarah Jarosz
SATURDAY, JUNE 22 Leftover Salmon Sam Bush Band Feist Telluride Troubadour Yonder Mountain String Band Jerry Douglas Band Sara Watkins BlueBilly Grit Telluride Band Contest
SUNDAY, JUNE 23 Telluride House Band, featuring Sam, Béla, Jerry, Edgar, Bryan & Stuart Jackson Browne Hot Rize Natalie MacMaster & Donnell Leahy The Infamous Stringdusters Béla Fleck Sister Shocked & the Campbell Brothers
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