Today’s the very last day to buy your tickets for this weekend’s Meadowgrass Music Festival at the discounted price and, sadly for you, camping sites are all sold out. But day passes for $50 and full festival passes for $85 can still be had HERE.

If you’ve never been, let’s just say La […]

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Florence’s The Flumps stopped by KRCC for the afternoon music mix today. They played a preview of their upcoming performance at MeadowGrass. Click play to listen.

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If you’ve already been to Meadowgrass then there’s no need to explain. If you haven’t, here’s a YouTube playlist of the lineup for this Memorial Day Weekend’s Fourth Annual Meadowgrass Festival that should inspire you to get yourself, your friends and your family together with weekend passes and enjoy one of the […]

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Immediately following The Newhoma Music and Mountain Festival in Woodland Park (20 Aug), where Joseph Arthur was the headline act, putting on an incredible show despite the rather inclement weather, he raced down the pass on his way back to Denver to catch an early morning flight back to NYC and was kind enough to […]

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Listen to KRCC’s in-studio performance with Luisa Maita. Luisa performs tonight as third and final part of the World Music Series.
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KRCC and the Pikes Peak Library District present the final concert of the 2011 World Music Series with Luisa Maita August 24th – […]

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Listen to Vicky’s interview with Valerie June. Ms. June plays tonight with John Alex Mason at Venue 515 in Manitou and tomorrow at the Newhoma Festival in Woodland Park. Tickets and info here. $12 KRCC member Newhoma tickets available at […]

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