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2015 Concerts  - tentative lineup

Featuring LUNAR FIRE

Friday at the Main Stage 
TBA 4-6pm
Betsy Tinney - 6-7pm
TBA, bagpipes 7-8pm
Oak, Ash, and Thorn 8-10pm

Betsy Tinney 

Oak, Ash and Thorn

Tentative, pending final confirmation. Folk metal band from northern Colorado. More info coming soon!
Saturday at the Main Stage

TBA  (Orpheus, awaiting confirmation) 4-6pm
SJ Tucker 6-8 pm
Lunar Fire 8-10pm

About the Artists:

SJ Tucker

S.J. Tucker came flying out of her home community in Memphis, Tennessee a decade ago, guitar in hand, and her feet have hardly hit the ground since.   Folk, Pagan, Blues, Rock, Celtic, Gospel, Geek, Jazz, Punk, Opera, Goth-industrial: all of these types of music share space in her impressive discography, and their varied elements are bound together by her masterful lyrical storytelling.  No two of her concerts are the same, but S. J.’s skill, presence and desire for connection with her audience consistently shine from every stage she crosses.  Beloved of the Pagan community and even named “the face of NeoTribal Paganism” by Witches & Pagans Magazine, Tucker is proud to contribute to the vibrant soundtrack of festival life.  New for 2015 is Stolen Season, a jazz-influenced record featuring guest performances by Heather Dale, Betsy Tinney, Ben Deschamps and Renee Janski.  In the works for this year are both a mythic song collection entitled Stormchaser, and a long-awaited follow-up to her Blessings album, called Rootless.  Listen for free and join the fan family at 

Lunar Fire 
LUNAR FIRE, based in Denver, Colorado, takes audiences to new heights with spectacular dance and musical performances. Pre-Columbian flutes, multilingual vocalists, powerful drummers and a wide range of bass and guitar styles tell stories reflected in dance. Aerialists fly, drop from the sky, crawl into a cocoon and emerge a warrior, a nature spirit, an animal guide. Multiple dancers meld into one multi armed being, circle, battle and burn fire in the form of dreamcatchers, antlers, machetes, staff, torches, ropes, multi poi, fans, fireflies and other surprises. Paintings come to life mysteriously hovering in the air.