This section will be updated as soon as the 2015 music lineup has been finalized. For now, please enjoy reading about the 2014 community concert
Join Epic Rides and the City of Grand Junction for a complete lineup of music from 10a - 8p on Saturday, May 30, 2015 in downtown Grand Junction. This day of rock steady music and mellow vibes includes a canned good drive for the Community Food Bank of Grand Junction. Epic Rides respectfully requests ALL attendees bring two canned goods per person for donation.
Cap off an unforgettable day of riding world-class singletrack by taking in the melodic fashionings of four terrific bands during the Grands full day of free live music in downtown including popular local performers and an unforgettable national touring headlining band to end the evening.
Once the concert concludes, attendees are encouraged to make the short migration from the concert venue to Main Street, home to a number of culinary destinations and watering holes.
With thousands of mountain bikers, plus their friends and family members in town for the weekend, Grand Junction, Colorado is a town packed with mellow bike culture vibes and promise for a better world through healthy pursuits and outdoor living.
Headlining the Grand this year, and coming off a successful summer tour including stops at Bonaroo Music Festival and the Hangout Music Fest is Jamestown Revival; a hardy duo from Austin, Texas who capture the essence of Western frontier living with foot-stomping rhythms and soothing harmonies. With recent appearances on Conan O’Brien and praise from both Rolling Stone and Last Call with Carson Daly, the Southern soul blended with Western rock sound of Jonathan Clay and Zach Chance is getting noticed on airwaves across the country.
Taking the stage at 6p on Saturday, August 30, Jamestown Revival will play a host of tunes off their first album, Utah, including “California (Cast Iron Soul)”, a song that captures the essence of the bands influences including Creedence Clearwater Revival, The Everly Brothers and fellow Texans Willie Nelson, Stevie Ray Vaughan and Guy Clark. Anchored by a big fat backbeat, the sounds of steel guitar and a warm Fender Rhodes keyboard will be a perfect pairing for Colorado’s Western Slope city of Grand Junction.