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High-Note Thursday Music at Hideaway ParkHigh Note Thursday Winter Park CO

Summer has arrived and the High-Note Thursday music series in Hideaway Park is ready for some outdoor sounds under the peaks.  This coming week we have Nick Moss and Friends on June 23rd.  The High-Note Music Series is a free event put on by the Winter Park/Fraser Chamber of Commerce that is a great time for locals and guests alike.  Chairs and music are provided with food and beverages allowed.  So pack up a picnic, bottle of wine or two and head out to Hideaway Parkfor some great tunes with friends.  There is not a cheaper, better time to be had here in Winter Park.

Here is the rest of the lineup for Thursday Music in the Park:

June 30:  Opie Gone Bad

July 7:  Kory Brunson Band

July 14:  Red June

July 21: Jack Hadley Band

July 28:  Andy Hackbarth Band (special performance by Due West)

August 4:  Slopeside

August 11:  Hunker Down

On July 14th our friends from North Carolina, Red June, will be playing in Hideaway Park and I recommend you come and see one of the hottest Americana Acoustic bands in the country.  Here is what one music critic is saying about Red June:

“I've listened to and reviewed a lot of new releases during the past year and I have to put Red June’s right at the top. I'm not kidding. At the top.  This is absolutely the best new music I've heard in many a moon."                        -David Belknap, Peterborough Folk Music Society

The Red June sound is as versatile and original as the musicians themselves; they touch on bluegrass, roots rock, and traditional country music with powerful harmonies, innovative songwriting and expert musicianship. Collectively, Will Straughan, Natalya Weinstein and John Cloyd Miller have shared the stage with countless bluegrass and Americana greats such as James Taylor, Sam Bush, Joe Craven, Jim Lauderdale, Del McCoury, Alice Gerrard, Jim Shumate and B.B. King and have performed at festivals across the country including RockyGrass, Grey Fox, Merlefest, Grand Targhee, MagnoliaFest and Shakori Hills.

Make a plan and come out to hear some great music up here high in the Rocky Mountains.  All the bands are great but you should not miss Red June.

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