The Chris Robinson Brotherhood and Leftover Salmon will headline the Snowmass Mammoth Fest this summer, set to return June 13-15. Rounding out the lineup are Xavier Rudd, Les Claypool’s Duo De Twang, The Motet and Nathaniel Rateliff, Bonerama, Houndmouth, Royal Southern Brotherhood, Wheeler Brothers, The London Souls, Miner, and local DJs Berkel Beats and Echo Da Funk.
Formerly the Chili & Brew fest, the event returns for its 11th year with live music and more than 25 breweries. The chili-tasting portion of the event will move to the Snowmass Village Mall, with music and beer tastings all taking place in Snowmass Town Park.
Black Crowes frontman Chris Robinson formed the blues-rock group in 2011 and has continued to tour while the Black Crowes are on hiatus. Leftover Salmon is a Boulder-based jam band that calls their own blend of sound “polyethnic Cajun slamgrass.”
Tickets to Snowmass Mammoth Fest go on sale Feb. 1. Early Bird two-day passes are $70 each and VIP passes are $225 each; Saturday single-day tickets are $55 each, Sunday tickets are $45 each and Friday’s event is Free. For more information and tickets, visit Snowmass Mammoth Fest.