Colorado’s premier ARISE Music festival set for Friday with Ziggy Marley, Hard Working Americans, Jurassic 5 and many, many more

Just an hour from Denver, 45 minutes from Boulder, 25 minutes from Fort Collins, and 15 minutes from Loveland, ARISE Music Festival is easily accessible to Colorado’s Front Range. When you are driving or riding towards the ARISE festival grounds in the foothills outside of Loveland, Colorado you are immediately taken aback by the amazing beauty of the Colorado foothills. Follow the signs and directions and suddenly the 100 acre festival grounds at Sunrise Ranch are revealed. Here you will find a festival cradled in the majestic foothills of the Rocky Mountains and next to the Green Ridge Glade Reservoir. Sunrise Ranch has stewarded this beautiful land as a sustainable ranch and working organic farm for more than 70 years without pesticides ever touching the soil. Red sandstone, pine-covered hills and the surrounding Roosevelt National Forest are all a beautiful backdrop for this amazing event.

It does not take long to realize that the ARISE is much more than a musically diverse festival 3 day festival. In addition toFeaturing 7 stages of live music, ARISE offers yoga, workshops, theme camps, art gallery & installations, children’s village, speakers, films and camping on 100 beautiful mountain valley acres of Colorado ranch land.

This year the ARISE Music Festival has it’s most ambitious line-up to date. Featuring over 200 scheduled performances the festival highlights a diverse lineup of musical performances that spans hip-hop, reggae, bluegrass, rock, jam bands and improvisational acts from around the country. When you are at ARISE you are part of a community, where you can find something to please every festivarian.

The 2016 ARISE will feature a number of national and internationally renowned artists including Ziggy Marley, Jurassic 5, Papadosio, Hard Working Americans, Wildlight, The New Mastersounds, Del the Funky Homosapian, Phutureprimitive, Jeff Austin Band (formerly of YMSB), The Travelin’ McCourys, Fortunate Youth, Everyone Orchestra, Dirtwire (featuring members of Beats Antique & Hamsa Lila) and Bridget & Bonnie (of Elephant Revival) and many more.
Widely regarded as “Colorado’s best music festival” — ARISE has grown steadily since it’s 2013 inception, annually ushering thousands of avid festival-goers from around the state and around the country for three days of music, camping, and holistically-minded inter-active programming.  Read More …

 
 

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