Harvest & Sun – Band in the Barrel Music Series

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We are excited to welcome Harvest & Sun for this Band in the Barrel Concert.
Some noteworthy details:

-Attendees are encouraged to bring a blanket or lawn chairs to enjoy wine, music, and food.

-Please carpool if possible, parking is limited.

-No outside alcohol allowed

-We ask that you do not bring outside food and that you support the food trucks.

-Bottle and glass sales only, no tastings during the live music so we can better serve all our guests.

-A reservation only ensures you admission into the venue, we will do our best to provide a shaded spot, but it is not guaranteed.

-Seating times are for 90 minutes, choose from either 1:00 – 2:30 or 3:30 – 5:00 time slots.

Discover the harmonious magic of Harvest & Sun, a dynamic father-son duo originating from Palisade & Durango, CO. Randy and Geoff Crumbaugh’s musical journey began organically, bonding over their shared love for timeless tunes as Geoff’s musical talents blossomed.
Specializing in the unforgettable hits of the 70s, 80s, & 90s, Harvest & Sun curate an experience filled with nostalgic melodies and soul-stirring vibes. From the iconic sounds of Neil Young to the infectious energy of Blind Melon, from the smooth harmonies of The Doobie Brothers to the heartfelt lyrics of The Goo Goo Dolls, their repertoire promises something for every discerning ear.
Prepare to be transported on a musical voyage through the decades with Harvest & Sun – where the past meets the present in perfect harmony.

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In the summer of 2023, they opened their service window to show their love for the Grand Valley through sometimes meaty, sometimes veggie, mostly scratch-made nostalgic eats.

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