KSUT is thrilled to announce the return of live music with Party in the Park in late July and the Four Corners Folk Festival over Labor Day weekend.
As vaccination distribution continues around the country, the Colorado Department of Health and Environment has advised live music events can occur this summer with modified capacities and safety protocols.
Barring any new developments or restrictions due to Covid 19, KSUT Presents is excited to announce:
– A safe return to Reservoir Hill in Pagosa Springs for the 25th Annual Four Corners Folk Festival, September 3-5. We’re expecting a similar lineup to our 2020 plans, and will confirm the 2021 lineup in May. Advanced priced tickets available here; prices to increase May 15.
– Party in the Park, July 30 at Buckley Park in Durango; and July 31 in Pagosa Springs Town Park. Performers TBA soon. Tickets available May 15.
Though these events won’t look exactly the same, we’re thrilled to be bringing live music back to Reservoir Hill and community parks. KSUT will continue to work closely with state and local government and health officials to ensure we set a benchmark for safety and transparency through our protocols and communication. We intend to adhere to all applicable safety protocols including masks, social distancing, and capacity restrictions where applicable in order to insure a safe and healthy experience for our artists, staff, and community.
We will be sharing more details on what to expect to members and fans very soon. For additional information, contact Jill Davis at firstname.lastname@example.org.