Grand County Blues Society Presents 20th Anniversary Blues From the Top Music Festival

Article Contributed by Doug Deutsch | Published on Saturday, April 16, 2022

A musically diverse and adventurous lineup featuring Big Head Todd & the Monsters, Gov’t Mule, Larkin Poe, Tab Benoit, Charlie Musslewhite, Sue Foley, Southern Hospitality, Eddie 9V, Bette Smith, Southern Avenue, and the Emma Marie Band, will all be performing at the 20th Anniversary Blues From The Top Music Festival presented by the Grand County Blues Society, taking place at Rendezvous Event Center, 78821 US Hwy 40, Friday, June 24 through Sunday, June 26, 2022.  VIP and General Admission Festival tickets priced from $55 (per day) to $295.00 (3-Day Festival VIP Access) now on sale, buy early for best price. Children 12 and under, Free. Purchase BFTT Tickets here.

Festival Details: Blues From The Top has earned the reputation for showcasing some of the best national talent in the business. Rendezvous Event Center at Hideaway Park, the home of Blues From The Top, is centrally located in downtown Winter Park, Colorado, making BFTT a truly one-of-a-kind event with amazing views of the Continental Divide. Blues From The Top has grown since it's conception in 2003 and has evolved into a true blues and roots music event, providing a welcoming atmosphere for all people, young & old. The event's producers, along with our volunteers and amazing ski-town community, create a utopia of great music and a great vibe for festival attendees. #ElevateYourBlues #BFTT. Please visit the official website at

Make it a Staycation... Come up Thursday, June 23 by 6pm for a special FREE concert at the Rendezvous Event Center in downtown Winter Park. Music continues nightly throughout town over the weekend.

About the Grand County Blues Society: The Grand County Blues Society (GCBS) non-profit (501c3) was created in 2002 to enhance the cultural existence of Grand County residents and to be a beacon for our friends and visitors that love escaping to the shadow of the Continental Divide. For well over a decade, the GCBS has produced eighteen Blues Festivals, over two-hundred and sixty five individual blues concerts, and has continued it’s support of our primary programs.