Seven Peaks Music Festival in Colorado Still Waiting on Special Event Permit
It’s the big country music festival that is put on by country star Dierks Bentley, and while artists are starting to be announced, not all permits have been granted for this festival to move forward. After the struggles of the past year all country music fans in Colorado have been excited about the Seven Peaks Festival making its return in 2021. But not all of the permits have been secured for the event to take place over Labor Day weekend in Buena Vista, Colorado.
The decision to grant the permit or not for the big music festival will be up to the Chaffee County Board of County Commissioners, and there will be a public hearing that is set to take place on Tuesday, June 22nd. So, while the concert promoters Live Nation, as well as Dierks Bentley himself, have started to advertise for the festival, it’s not 100% happening just yet.
Which Artists Are Expected to Play at the Seven Peaks Music Festival in 2021?
Artists are just being released with Kip Moore, Clay Walker, Ingrid Andress, Pam Tillis, Mark Chesnutt, Old Crow Medicine Show, and Travis Denning all announced yesterday on Dierks Bentley’s Facebook page. As a country music fan in Colorado, it sounds like a great festival already but those special permits still need to be granted for this festival to take place.
The Seven Peaks Special Event Application Public Hearing Can be Seen Online
The Chaffee County Board of Commissioners meeting will begin at 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, June 22nd, and can be seen on Zoom for anyone who wants to attend but cannot do so in person.