There's a brand new festival coming to Snowmass Village over the Fourth of July weekend, and Leftover Salmon (pictured) is among the acts slated to headline. Sharing the bill at the inaugural Eco Music Festival, taking place June 30 through July3, is Perpetual Groove, Tea Leaf Green, the New Mastersounds, RJD2 and another act to be announced.
Fully embodying the environmentally-friendly notion of its name, Eco Music has made provisions for its ticket vendor to plant a tree through the nonprofit organization Trees, Water & People for each ticket sold.
Local/early bird tickets are $59.50, General Admission are $70 and VIP tickets are $250. Kids 12 years old and younger are free, with the purchase of an adult ticket. For more information, check out the Eco Music Festival website.
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