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Sting, John Mayer, Luke Combs and Portugal. The Man Will Play Aspen Festival

Portugal. The Man is one of the headliners at the Jazz Aspen Snowmass Labor Day Experience.EXPAND
Portugal. The Man is one of the headliners at the Jazz Aspen Snowmass Labor Day Experience.
Maclay Heriot, courtesy of Atlantic Records
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Denver isn't lacking for Labor Day concert opportunities, but in 2019, one of the hottest lineups on the calendar is happening up in the mountains, at the Jazz Aspen Snowmass Labor Day Experience, which has just announced its first set of artists.

Sting, John Mayer, Luke Combs and Portugal. The Man will all be performing on Labor Day weekend.

“JAS is thrilled to welcome two iconic Artists who we’ve long hoped to present and have been among the Artists JAS attendees have most requested to hear on our main-stage. Adding the emerging Country superstar Luke Combs and 2018 GRAMMY winners Portugal. The Man to our program is a coup for our JAS Experience,” says JAS president Jim Horowitz in a written statement.

Three-day early-bird ticket packages are on sale now; single-day tickets will go on sale after more of the lineup has been announced.

Passes can be purchased at 866-527-8499, online at the Jazz Aspen Snowmass website or at the Belly Up box office in Aspen. 

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