2022 Music Lineup
6:00 - 7:00pm • Saturday, Oct. 8
Lady Denim officially surfaced in January of 2019 while attending Colorado State University. Just a few weeks into that same year, they released "Pipe Dream" which would be the first track off their debut EP, "For Edgy Girls, Like Ramona". Early on, they performed their limited discography at dive bars and crammed college basements, garnering a cult-like fanbase along the way. They quickly transitioned to headlining prominent venues around Colorado and supporting national acts such as Saint Motel, Sports, The Unlikely Candidates, Generationals, Spin Doctors & more!
The 4-piece is currently based out of Fort Collins, CO consisting of members Nick Lundeen (Vocals/Rhythm Guitar), Miles Jenkins (Drums), and brothers Nic Lubin (Lead Guitar) & Chris Lubin (Bass). The band pulls elements of 80's pop and Indie Rock together to create an upbeat unison. Their fanbase continues to remain dedicated to the energy and positivity that the band provides.
2:00 - 2:45pm • Saturday, Oct. 8
Family Trade is a folk/Americana act fronted by poet-songwriter Brian Laidlaw and vocalist-instrumentalist Ashley Hanson. Originally based in Minneapolis, the Family Trade has built a devoted following on the strength of their live shows, bolstered by radio airplay on stations around the Midwest. The band has recently uprooted from Minneapolis and now calls Moab, UT home. Their sound is word-rich, harmony heavy revival of sixties and seventies Americana; their performances make even the biggest of stages feel as intimate as a bonfire circle.
2:00 - 3:00pm • Saturday, Oct. 8
Band from Salt Lake City, Utah
Comprised of Taylor Gwynn, Max Moffat, Bexley Chapman, and Jaden Gwynn.
People in General
Noon-1:00pm • Saturday, Oct. 8
People in General is a 5-8 piece Jazz-Pop band from Fort Collins, Colorado. The band fuses elements of Math-Roch, Bedroom Pop, Jazz, and Indie to deliver fun and high energy live performances. Fronted by songwriter Ben Eberle, the lineup includes keyboardist Matan Birnbaum, drummer Ethan Christi, bassist Elan Ramirez, guitarist JJ Maestes and trombonist Hays Bruce. They are occasionally joined by singers Geneva Hein and Annalee Knies. Since forming in January 2019, the ensemble, endearingly known as 'PiG' by fans, has amassed an enthusiastic group of dedicated followers through their messaging of positivity and community building.