There were many Beartrap festival goers cutting rugs and showing off their best moves during the performances this weekend. Here are some of the best dancing moments from the 2016 Beartrap Summer Festival.
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.
The Two Tracks brought their unique blend of Americana, folk, and bluegrass to Beartrap. Check out their performance video.
Scratchdog Stringband is what Beartrap Summer Festival is all about. Bluesy. Check. Folky. Check. Awesome! Check and check. Check out their performance at Beartrap.
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...
Finishing the first night of Beartrap Summer Festival, Yonder Mountain String Band had the stage jammin' while the crowd moved their feet to the beat. Check out their performance that kept the crowd moving.
Ryan Shupe & the RubberBand jam Ryan's mantra he wrote for his kids. Such a perfect song for a perfect family-friendly day.
For some festival goers, this was their 10th time in the meadow, for others it was their first. See what the Beartrap audience love most about coming to the festival.
The Haunted Windchimes sent chills down the spines of the Beartrap Summer Festival patron, and not in a bad way.
Named for their favorite nature spot in Laramie, Wyo., -- also their hometown -- Libby Creek in the Snowy Range Mountains, the Libby Creek Original brings a special mix of bluegrass and folk storytelling that appeals to the young and not-so-young.