Durango Blues Train: Last Chance, 8/22

Colorado’s Durango Blues Train returns Friday & Saturday, August 21 and & 22, 2015. Unique music experience presents two full bands, and four solo acts. Musicians perform in their own vintage coach, while passengers are free to sample each act by traveling from one coach to the nextLineup features Mark May Band, The King Stan Band, Possessed By Paul James, Charlie Parr, Reverend Deadeye, and Big Jim Adam.

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It is an unforgettable evening of entertainment riding on a piece of history, a  100+- year-old Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge steam-powered train.

This 3½-hour excursion begins when the train leaves the depot at 7:00 p.m. (MST). In addition to the music, passengers get to experience the spectacular canyon views of the breathtaking “Highline” canyon of Colorado’s San Juan National Forest, a world-famous section of railroad on the cliffs above the Animas River. Being a fan of the music just adds value to an experience, which clearly transcends the blues.

“We are excited once again to bring the Blues Train to Durango. Each year the train grows in popularity. The August event has performers from as far away as Texas and Minnesota – a testament to how unique this moving experience is,” said Steve Gumble, founder of the Durango Blues Train. “Hop aboard and join some of the Nation’s premier folk and blues musicians on this rolling party.”

For line-up details, click here.

The Durango Blues Train is pleased to announce Ska Brewing and Telluride Brewing Company as official beer sponsors for the 2015 event. Both local and regional breweries have their award-winning beer on aboard.

Gusts can also enjoy beverages including wine as well as light snacks.

Tickets are $95 per person, plus a 7% Historic Train Preservation fee.

For information and to purchase tickets visit DurangoBluesTrain.com or call (866) 515-6166.

Here’s a taste of what to expect on the Blues Train from the Mark May Band:


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