Bentley announces Seven Peaks Music Festival is back
Monday, April 4, 2022
– Dierks Bentley and Live Nation announced that Seven Peaks Music Festival will officially take place for a third time, returning this year in a new setting of San Luis Valley in Villa Grove, Col.
With fans previously traveling from 49 states and as far as Australia, Seven Peaks Music Festival will once again return on Labor Day Weekend, Sept. 2-4. More information on the event including lineup and ticket details will be revealed on April 13.
"I can't overstate how much it means to be able to say that Seven Peaks is officially coming back," said Bentley. "We found the perfect new location for the festival in Villa Grove. Everyone knows how much I love Colorado and how important it was for me to find a home for this one of a kind event that encompasses all the magic of the beauty of the state. This year's line-up is so good. I can't wait to share what we have planned for this year's festival in the coming days."
The 2018 and 2019 festivals were in Buena Vista, Col.
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