The third annual Mancos Valley Summer Brewfest will offer an afternoon of local music, beer, wine and food Saturday at Cottonwood Park.
Mancos Brewing Co. presents the annual celebration in cooperation with Mancos Valley Resources, a nonprofit charitable organization, to benefit local causes.
Live bands will be on stage in the park at 320 Cedar St. from 1 to 7 p.m. They are:
Lawn Chair Kings, a regional favorite for their blend of country, rock, punk and pop.Charlie Milo Trio, a groovin’ band that brings a mix of rock, funk, jazz, blues and roots rhythms.Jade Masque, which speaks a mixed language from Latino and Americana, world and reggae, surf and jazz. The Outskirts, whose rock ’n’ roll beats and jamgrass strains combine in a dance-inducing, high-energy take on the high lonesome.The Afrobeatniks lead an after-party concert at the nearby Mancos Brewing Co., in its new location, 484 East Frontage Road, on the north side of U.S. Highway 160 in Mancos.Crafted for all agesCraft beer for the festival will come from Mancos Brewing Co., the Dolores River Brewery, and Fruita’s Copper Club Brewing Co. Guy Drew Vineyards brings local wine.
Kids will find activities just for them under the tent of Painted Turtle Studio of Mancos, and dogs are welcome on leashes.