Grace Potter, Lucero and the North Mississippi Allstars are just a couple of the significant-name functions playing a new tunes pageant in an unexpected Colorado city.

Caveman Tunes Festival will host its inaugural a few-day function Sept. 2-4 at the Monument Lake Resort in Weston, about 40 miles west of Trinidad, in accordance to an announcement Friday. Tickets vary from $200 for general admission to $2,000-furthermore for super VIP, and go on sale April 15 at 10 a.m. at

The festival is the product of a partnership among Brett McGraw, operator of Buckhorn Ridge Outfitters, the organization that owns the location, and musicians Red Shahan and Parker Morrow, who will also participate in at the event. (Morrow plays bass in Shahan’s act, explained a spokesperson.)

“Caveman Audio Competition is an possibility to collect incredibly gifted friends, artists, and creators alike into a honey gap of the planet that feels like time has overlooked,” explained Shahan, a Texas native, in a assertion.

By Indana