Sip wine under the stars at three Mesa County concerts
Live music abounds around our beautiful valley, often supporting local causes and organizations. Pick and choose or attend them all. You’re sure to enjoy a concert under the stars.
THE BILL MCKAY BAND
The Bill McKay Band will perform at Wine Country Inn (777 Grande River Dr., Palisade) on Friday, July 11, starting at 7 p.m. This event is part of the Live in the Vines Concert Series.
Admission costs $10 per person, unless you’re a hotel or dinner guest.
“Kick back under starry summer skies in our beautiful courtyard to enjoy live music from popular Western Slope artists,” a new release said. “Sip the night away with our signature cocktails, beer or wine. Munch on burgers and other tasty items from our outdoor grill. Dancing is encouraged, if not expected.”
BOYS OF SUMMER
The Western Colorado Botanical Gardens (641 Struthers Ave.,Grand Junction) will host Boys of Summer, an Eagles tribute band, on Saturday, July 12, from 7-9 p.m.
According to a news release, “this group of musicians are hard-working guys from southern California who play and channel some of the great rock n roll ever produced on the west coast.”
This outdoor event will also offer beer from Kannah Creek Brewing Company and wine from Talon Winery.
The cost to attend is $10 per person, $8 for garden members. Children under age 12 may attend for free. The event benefits Grand Junction’s Western Colorado Botanical Gardens.
Jazz Among the Grapevines Concert Series will host musician Bryan Savage on Tuesday, July 15, at Two Rivers Winery (2087 Broadway, Grand Junction) from 7-9 p.m. This event benefits The Art Center Guild.
Admission costs $10 per person and tickets are available at The Art Center, Two Rivers Winery and at the gate.
“Bring a picnic and a lawn chair and enjoy an evening of music and relaxation at Two Rivers Winery, nestled in the shadows of the Colorado National Monument,” a news release said. “Wine is available by the glass or bottle. Please, no other adult beverages permitted.”
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