MeadowGrass Music Festival's 2014 lineup features the Mother Hips, the Duhks and more

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The MeadowGrass Music Festival's lineup for 2014 is here. The annual event, which will be held over Memorial Day weekend in Black Forest, will feature over 20 artists in three days at the La Foret Conference and Retreat Center.

Topping the line up is Canadian band and Sugar Hill recording artists The Duhks, Colorado-based folk group Elephant Revival and San Francisco's The Mother Hips. Elsewhere on the lineup is Chadwick Stokes of Dispatch, Steve Poltz of The Rugburns, Grass It Up, Birds of Chicago, Caitlin Rose, Carey Hudson and more. In addition, this year's festival will see the return campfire jams and a few late night concerts.

Tickets are currently available at ticketfly.com at pre-sale prices and at various local retailers including the Dry GoodsStore at Ivywild School and Moondog Music Shop in Old Colorado City. Prices are currently $30 to $40 for one-day passes and $60 for a three-day weekend pass. A Family Four-Pack of weekend passes is $200. There are also limited camping permits available. Prices only extend through March 16, and then they will increase.

More information about the festival can be found at www.meadowgrass.org.


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