The 2017 Durango Bluegrass Meltdown runs April 21, 22 and 23 and the three-day festival is packed with performances by a stellar lineup of 25 bluegrass bands!
The fifth annual Durango Celtic Festival is March 9-12 and features some of the best Celtic bands and musicians in the world.
Hop aboard the Durango Blues Train to enjoy a historic train ride and live blues music!
There’s no better way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Durango than with the Durango Celtic Festival. The four-day festival in Southwest Colorado is an annual tradition… Read more “2015 Durango Celtic Festival”
The 26th annual Durango Cowboy Poetry Gathering kicks of Thursday, Oct. 2, and runs through Sunday, Oct. 5. This year, like ever year, the gathering will celebrate… Read more “2014 Durango Cowboy Poetry Gathering”
Welp. June is over. July is here. And, for the past 27 years, July has meant one thing in Durango: the start of Music in the Mountains.… Read more “A Durango Classic: Music in the Mountains Festival”
It just doesn’t seem fair: Durango has its very own film festival and its very own bluegrass festival? How much coolness can one small mountain town claim? Well, a… Read more “2014 Durango Bluegrass Meltdown”
St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner, so break out your green, practice your pucker, and get your drinking pants on! (Or don’t; you can celebrate… Read more “St. Patrick’s Day in Durango”
Kiss me, I’m Irish! Or don’t. Whatever. But remember: St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner, and there’s no better way to kick off March Madness… Read more “Everybody’s Irish at the Durango Celtic Festival”
Handel’s Messiah is an annual rite of passage to mark the start of the Christmas season, and it has become an beloved annual tradition for those who love the… Read more ““Comfort ye” at Handel’s Messiah in Durango”