Colorado’s most recent music pageant delivers Grace Potter, Lucero and more to Weston

Grace Potter, Lucero and the North Mississippi Allstars are just a handful of of the massive-title acts enjoying a new tunes competition in an sudden Colorado city.

Caveman Songs Competition will host its inaugural a few-day function Sept. 2-4 at the Monument Lake Vacation resort in Weston, about 40 miles west of Trinidad, according to an announcement Friday. Tickets selection from $200 for basic admission to $2,000-plus for tremendous VIP, and go on sale April 15 at 10 a.m. at go.cavemanmusicfestival.com.

The competition is the item of a partnership involving Brett McGraw, owner of Buckhorn Ridge Outfitters, the firm that owns the location, and musicians Crimson Shahan and Parker Morrow, who will also enjoy at the celebration. (Morrow performs bass in Shahan’s act, mentioned a spokesperson.)

“Caveman Music Competition is an option to gather particularly proficient close friends, artists, and creators alike into a honey hole of the planet that feels like time has forgotten,” reported Shahan, a Texas indigenous, in a assertion.