Snowbasin Blues, Brews & BBQ – One Ton Pig – Lakeside Resort Properties

Snowbasin Blues, Brews & BBQ – One Ton Pig

Snowbasin Blues, Brews & BBQ – One Ton Pig

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Snowbasin Blues, Brews, & BBQ – One Ton Pig

Via Snowbasin.com:

About the artists:

One Ton Pig Jackson Hole, Wyoming-based One Ton Pig melds the singer-songwriter tradition of artists like Willie Nelson and Johnny Cash with the imaginative genre-bending of jam bands. The result is a fingerprint aesthetic that blurs the lines between folk, jazz, country, bluegrass, gospel and rock’n’roll. Set to release their fourth album, “Lastville,” in June, the group’s existing three-album oeuvre has collectively sold 4,000 CDs and 10,000 digital downloads. One Ton Pig has appeared at numerous festivals and has shared the bill with such artists as the McCourys, Wood Brothers, Chris Robinson, Railroad Earth, and Old Crow Medicine Show.

Watch/Listen: http://www.onetonpig.net/music

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James & The Devil is your ALL-Original, Rocky Mountain grown, Fiddle’n’Rock band. Delivering powerful, melodic, HIGH-ENERGY shows throughout the USA.

Chill out on the lawn with a blanket, have a beverage, and listen to some incredible FREE live music! The fun starts every Sunday at 12:30pm and goes until 5:30pm.

Delicious BBQ lunch in Earl’s Lodge is available ( see MENU ) as well as several local brews on tap. There are also activities and games for the kids including a bungee jump, climbing wall and playground. Blues, Brews, and BBQ is the must-do event on your Sunday-Funday list. Always free. Full Schedule HERE Share your photos using #SnowbasinBBBBQ!

***No outside food or beverage allowed in the music venue or the lodge. Utah State Law prohibits the possession and consumption of outside alcohol including beer & wine on premise. Bags may be subject to search at the music venue gate and any alcohol or outside food may be confiscated. Dogs are allowed in the music venue, but they must be on a leash at all times, and they must stay on the grassy areas. Dogs are never allowed in the lodges or on the patio, with the exception of service dogs.***