South Main Presents Leftover Salmon on The LAWN, the Official Album Release Party at Surf Hotel in Buena Vista, CO May 26th-28th

Article Contributed by Brand + Bash | Published on Friday, April 28, 2023

South Main announces Leftover Salmon on The LAWN, the official release party of the band’s new album, Grass Roots, taking place May 26-28 during Paddlefest Weekend at the Surf Hotel’s outdoor venue. The 3-day festival will also feature supporting artists Daniel Rodriguez, Clay Street Unit, Pink Talking Fish, and Mark Morris. The festivities will include river competitions and afterparties in the Surf Hotel’s Ivy Ballroom featuring Rapidgrass on Friday night, and Pink Talking Fish on Saturday.

Iconic Colorado-based  newgrass jamband Leftover Salmon recently announced a new album titled Grass Roots, set to release just in time for their festival on The LAWN. On Grass Roots, Leftover Salmon reflect on its bluegrass and festival campground origins with a set of songs that draws from the repertoires that The Salmon Heads and The Left Hand String Band played when they first jammed in a Telluride Bluegrass Festival campground. Collaborating with jam scene icons Billy Strings, Oliver Wood, and Darol Anger, and with the recent addition of Jay Starling on reso-guitar, lap steel and keys to the band’s official lineup, Leftover Salmon have all the instrumental firepower needed to deliver hard driving versions of bluegrass standards and grassed-up versions of songs from Bob Dylan, David Bromberg, and the Grateful Dead.

Festival and camping passes as well as afterparty and single-day tickets may be purchased at

*Kids 12 and under are free

About the Surf Hotel: The Surf Hotel is a boutique hotel located in the adventure town of Buena Vista, Colorado which features two state-of-the-art music venues. Inspired by the understated elegance of European hospitality and the spectacular natural beauty of its home in the Rocky Mountains, the Surf offers a unique perspective and location which features a sense of luxury without pretension.