Breckenridge Brewery Hootenanny, a one-day music festival hosted by the Littleton, Colorado brewery, will go down this summer on July 7th. Entering its 28th year, the day-long celebration of music and beer has tapped a solid lineup this year, which is topped by a headlining set by Phish bassist Mike Gordon. The festival will also see performances by Hard Working Americans–the supergroup featuring members of Widespread Panic, Chris Robinson Brotherhood, and Great American Taxi–and young bluegrass guitar prodigy Billy Strings.
Moving on down the lineup, Drew Emmitt and Andy Thorn of Leftover Salmon will invite friends Eddie Roberts of The New Mastersounds, Daniel Rodriguez and Dango Rose of Elephant Revival, and Joe Lessard of Head for the Hills for a special collaborative set. The 28th annual Breckenridge Brewery Hootenanny will also see performances by The Sweet Lillies, The Teskey Brothers, Coral Creek, Woodshed Red, and Brothers of Brass.
In addition to eight hours of stellar music, the event will also feature a food truck court, brewery education, and, of course, lots of delicious beer. Both general admission and VIP tickets for the Breckenridge Brewery Hootenanny are on sale and can be purchased here. VIP tickets offer unlimited beer and food all day, premier and shaded viewing areas, and a special gift. For more information about the festival, you can head to Breckenridge Brewery’s website here.