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Festivals & Events

Dear Telluride Festivarians,

We hope that you and your loved ones are staying safe and healthy. In Telluride, we are doing our part to flatten the curve, and hope you are as well. Due to COVID-19, the majority of summer festivals have been cancelled. Mountainfilm, the Telluride Bluegrass Festival, Telluride Yoga Festival, The RIDE Festival, 4th of July Celebration (no parade, barbeque in Town Park or fireworks), Jazz Festival, Telluride Film Festival, and Telluride Blues and Brews Festival have been cancelled for 2020. We appreciate your patience and understanding during this time, and will continue to keep you apprised of schedule changes. 

Take care and stay healthy,
The Telluride Tourism Board Team 

For over 30 years, the name "Telluride" has been synonymous with its signature events—whether musical, cultural, culinary, scientific, athletic or unusual. With many festival offerings heading into their third decade, Telluride's festivals have evolved and grown, and continue to inspire the loyal fans who make the annual journey to this beautiful canyon. With variety ranging from arts and music to outdoor pursuits, there's an event to match every passion.Long-standing offerings—such as the Mountainfilm Festival, Telluride Film Festival, Bluegrass Festival and Jazz Festival—are known among film and music aficionados for attracting the best filmmakers and musicians in the world. Some locals claim that Blues & Brews, scheduled the third weekend of September, is the favorite because it signifies the start of fall colors and the coming of ski season. Mushroom Festival and the Imogene Pass Run further exemplify the eclectic offerings of Telluride.  

Local organizations submit your event to visittelluride.com

Festivals and Events Calendar