What a perfect ending to a perfect weekend. Crowd favorite Poco came in and show Beartrap why they've been around for so long. Dancing, singing, and an all around good time. Check out Poco's photos from their set.
2016 Sunday Lineup
You definitely missed out if you didn't catch American Aquarium at Beartrap Summer Festival. Their mix of blues, rock, and folk will take you to a time when Johnny Cash ruled the stage.
Dirty, raw and rootsy have all been used to describe American Aquarium, and that ain't a bad thing. American Aquarium brought their life storytelling music to Beartrap just as the summer festival intended...
The Two Tracks brought their unique blend of Americana, folk, and bluegrass to Beartrap. Check out their performance video.
Wyoming isn't just The Two Tracks' home, it's always the inspiration for their music. A wonderful mix of bluegrass, folk and Americana kept Beartrap patrons stomping their feet. Check out the photos of their performance...
Scratchdog Stringband is what Beartrap Summer Festival is all about. Bluesy. Check. Folky. Check. Awesome! Check and check. Check out their performance at Beartrap.
Get in your time machine and get ready to head back to when times were simpler and folkier. Scratchdog Stringband timeless array of string-based music reminds you of sitting on the front porch with 'pa, swing on the porch swing. Pull out your jug and play along.
Rise and shine, Beartrap. SalsaGrass kicked off Sunday morning with an interesting mix of Salsa, Columbian, Bluegrass and gospel music. Beautiful music on a beautiful Sunday morning in the Beatrap meadow...
SalsaGrass? An experimental dish at a vegan cafe? Nope, it's a band.
If you were anywhere near a radio in the mid 1970s, you heard two hit songs with gorgeous harmonies reminiscent of the bands America and The Eagles: "Crazy Love" and "Heart of the Night."