The 32nd Annual Boulder Creek Festival® has all the mountain fun you need to kick off the summer season.

Nestled along Boulder Creek, the Boulder Creek Festival® will begin on Saturday, May 25th and run through Monday, May 27th, 2019. Visitors can enjoy 3 full days of live music, food trucks, local vendors, and a variety of health and wellness workshops. Vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options will also be available throughout the festival.

Explore local vendors ranging from apparel to jewelry to home goods to culinary treats while sipping on delicious beverages from Angry Orchard, Deep Eddy Vodka, Avery Brewing Company, Upslope Brewing, and many more. If wine sounds more appealing, get tickets to the wine pavilion for a wide selection of premium wines.

There’s also a Creekside for Kids area with family-friendly activities including a mini-carnival, face painting, and outdoor games.

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Saturday’s performers at Boulder Creek Festival® include Liver Down the River; Flash Mountain Flood; Dead Phish Orchestra; Far Side of the Mountain; Thunder and Rain; Lionel Young Band; and Gumbo Le Funque. For Sunday, the lineup will feature performances from Veteran’s Service, Ryan Chrys and the Rough Cuts, Al Capones, Bonnie and the Clydes, Tierro with Bridgette Law; The Symbols; Ragged Union; The Runnikine, and Green Buddha. The final day lineup includes Regi Wooten and the Nalani Effect, Zimebera, Jyemo Club, Jacket and the Racket, The Zimmermans; and Twang is Dead.

Every year, Boulder Creek Festival® strives to produce a zero-waste event. Festival-goers are encouraged to compost, recycle, and utilize alternative transportation methods to and from the event such as biking, walking, or public transportation.

For more details, visit www.bouldercreekfest.com.

 

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