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Alpine Country Blues Fest features ‘Music on the Mountain’

Posted 5/18/22

With the theme "Music on the Mountain," the eleventh annual Alpine Country Blues Festival is June 17 and 18 at Melody Field, just two blocks east of the junction of Highways 180 and 191 in …

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Alpine Country Blues Fest features ‘Music on the Mountain’

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With the theme "Music on the Mountain," the eleventh annual Alpine Country Blues Festival is June 17 and 18 at Melody Field, just two blocks east of the junction of Highways 180 and 191 in Alpine.

Doors open 4 p.m. Friday with country band Ronnie Glover & Trio Rio, then Harlis Sweetwater Band until 9 p.m.

The music resumes Saturday morning when the gates open at 10 a.m. for a full day of country and blues music from Kareeta, Desert Dixie, Harry Luge, Kevin Burt, Chuck Hall Band, Dennis Jones, Joanna Connor Band and more.

Weekend or single-day passes are available at alpineazmusicfest.com or at the gate. 

There will also be a beer and wine garden and motorcycle riders throughout the southwest are invited to attend this event to ride the nearby Devil's Highway loop and 100 mile White Mountain Scenic Byway loop.

A portion of the ticket sales will support The 100 Club of Arizona.

Bring blankets and lawn chairs for festival seating. No pets or outside alcohol.

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