Telluride, Colorado (PRWEB) March 12, 2013
It might be snowing here in Telluride... but the summer festival season is already beginning to heat up! Head to Telluride.com for updated information on schedules, lineups, ticket sales, activities and exclusive discounted lodging for the 2013 festival season.
Each summer, thousands of people flock to the jagged San Juan Mountains of Southwest Colorado in search of their own unique celebration. Bluegrass, Wine, Yoga, Jazz, Mushrooms, Film, Arts, and Blues… just to name a few. And on the one weekend when there’s absolutely nothing going on in town, there’s even the infamous "Nothing Festival" to keep you busy.
Welcome to Festival Capital, USA. Welcome to Telluride, Colorado.
A handful of the favorite summer festivals have just recently released headliners, lineups and other information:
Haven’t been to Telluride? The town was founded in 1858 after gold and silver were discovered, Butch Cassidy robbed his first bank here, Nikola Tesla selected the site to build the world’s first power plant, hippies re-settled these lands in the 60’s, skiing arrived in the 70’s, real estate agents invaded in the 80’s, Tom Cruise, Oprah and Oliver Stone call it vacation, and Tim McGraw even wrote a song about it. On Memorial Day Weekend every year, this small mountain town kicks off one of the most-anticipated festival lineups in the nation.
Start planning a summer vacation to paradise... today! Telluride.com is offering 15% off lodging on selected festivals. Call (877) 507-9695. Like us on Facebook and follow Twitter for up-to-date events, photos, videos, contests, exclusive lodging specials, discounted lift tickets and more.
Telluride.com is owned and operated by Telluride Alpine Lodging - the longest-standing, locally-owned and operated lodging company in the Telluride region. Offering a wide selection of hotel rooms, vacation homes and condominium rentals in both town & Mountain Village, Telluride.com is the only place to look to find the perfect Telluride vacation rental.
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