Entrance Fee: $40 per vehicle. Beer bracelet: $25 per person. No outside food or liquor will be allowed. Counting the days till we see you there!
Music - Food - Beer Tasting
This year, ConiferFest offers you a wide selection of music genres for everyone to enjoy in the wonderful mountain setting of Beaver Ranch Park (on Foxton Rd. in Conifer, CO).
Bands are listed in order of appearance.
The music program starts at 3:00 p.m.
The last band takes the stage at 6:15 p.m.
Pennies on the Track is an acoustic folk trio based near Denver, Colorado. Jack, Neil, and Brian are all songwriters, and the group peppers in a few classic, but redone, covers along with their original music. Haunting, three-part harmonies and a variety of acoustic instruments make the Pennies a fun band to see in person. Enjoy Americana folk, sprinkled with a bit of Bluegrass, Rock, and Country, a true mix of covers and originals.
An eclectic blend of Blues, R&B, Americana, and Country.....infused with tasty harmonies and a cacophony of originals!
One of Colorado's hottest country music groups, TCMP performs traditional country from artists like Merle Haggard, George Jones, or Tammy Wynette, and filling up dance floors on some of Colorado's best music venues. But you'll also see them perform today's Top 40 country from artists like Lady Antebellum, The Band Perry, Miranda Lambert, Carrie Underwood, or Dierks Bentley. If you prefer today's country rock, TCMP does that, and classic rock, too.
With its mix of male and female four-part vocals and instrumentation that includes acoustic, electric and pedal steel guitars, mandolin, keyboards, bass, and drums, TCMP keeps alive the old sound of country music but has the power to punch out the sounds of today’s new artists. A musical performance not to be missed!
A fun, quirky band based in Denver, Captain Quirk & The Cosmic Rangers throws down a mix of upbeat Rock and Motown, -- R&B, Soul & Blues, and a few oddities that make people say, “I haven’t heard that in forever. That’s awesome!”
Funds raised at this event support Rotary programs serving our communities, including local grants, high school senior scholarships, RYLA/Young RYLA scholarships, and the 285 Backpack Project.