Rhythms on the Rio Reveals Initial Lineup, Tickets On Sale
Rhythms on the Rio Music Festival Announces Initial 2023 Lineup, Tickets On Sale
Rhythms on the Rio will return to its new home in Del Norte, CO, August 4 – 6, 2023.
We’ve been big fans of Rhythms on the Rio since our first visit to its previous location in South Fork, CO back in 2017.
The intimacy of this small Colorado festival, combined with an amazing location on the Rio Grande River in beautiful Southern Colorado helped make this festival a favorite. But it is the killer lineups of carefully curated artists spanning the genres that keep us going back year after year.
When Rhythms on the Rio moved to Del Norte, CO in 2022, they brought all the great vibes from South Fork, and continued to crush the lineups, bringing huge talent to their small stage. (We lost count of the Grammy winners at last year’s Rhythms!)
And it looks like Rhythms on the Rio is back at it for 2023. The initial lineup was just announced, and for the first time, Kitchen Dwellers will be gracing the Rhythms stage.
Incidentally, Kitchen Dwellers were voted the band “Most Likely To Be Headlining Festivals in 2023” in the recent Festy Awards!
Kitchen Dwellers will be joined by an Addition Headliner TBA, The Motet, Lindsay Lou, The Brothers Comatose, ShinyRibs, The Hip Abduction, TK & The Holy Know-Nothings, Arkansauce, Mama Magnolia, and The Morningside String Band.
And “More To Come.” If history is any guide, the second round of announcements will pack as much a punch as this first round.
Early Bird “Eat The Worm” Tickets are on sale now.
Rhythms on the Rio is a non-profit, volunteer-run music festival, and, as such, maintains the best price of any Colorado music festival. In fact, we are always amazed at the talent and experience offered at the low prices they always have.
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