Coachella. Bonnaroo. Lollapalooza. These music festivals are legendary, but if you’ve already been there and done that—or if you need even more live music in your life—why not add a few less famous festivals to your must-visit list?... It’s hard to find a more spectacular location to take in a concert than the red-rock canyons of Moab.
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“Last Chance: Sensational Summer Arts Festivals”, Mario R. Mercado
After a long hot summer, Mario R. Mercado of Travel and Leisure observed, "...you find yourself thinking 'but where has the summer gone?'...There's still time and there's lots to see and hear at music festivals across the country." Why did he include Moab Music Festival in his "top picks?"
Opening weekend at the 2012 Moab Music Festival featured premiere banjo-player Béla Fleck and the Marcus Roberts Trio, as they performed live at the Red Cliffs Lodge. Read more about what Celia R. Baker (The Salt Lake Tribune) had to say about these first-class artists of bluegrass and jazz.
Music @ Moab – Sneak Peek
Here’s a glimpse of just one of the beautiful “concert halls” where you can hear great music performed when you’re at the Moab Music Festival. Arizona Lifestyle. Page 118
Moab Music Festival was chosen by Sunset Magazine as one of the “Top Summer Events” of the West: “Chamber, jazz, and folk bands all sound pitch-perfect tucked into the grottoes of Utah’s rust-colored desert.”
As the Moab Music Festival celebrates its 20th anniversary, co-founders Michael Barrett and Leslie Tompkins talk with Moab Sun News’ Kristin Millis about starting the festival and how they "...had no idea we’d make it through the first year...[But] we launched. People came and were enthusiastic. Every year it gets better."
“Summer Stages, Part 2”
"Location, location, location..." On the eve of the Moab Music Festival's 20th anniversary season, Arizona Lifestyle notes that the festival "[celebrates] old and new chamber music, jazz and traditional music from around the globe in breathtaking red rock venues..."