GRAND JUNCTION, Colo.- - The Four Peaks Downtown Music Festival is partnering with the Grand Junction Off-Road mountain bike event for the third year from May 19-21 on Main Street in Grand Junction.
The two festivals bring both music and mountain biking to the Grand Valley, as around 50 vendors fill up Main Street for the event. Officials with the event say that Grand Junction provides an excellent stage for this merging of music and biking. "It's because we have some of the best public lands in Colorado here in Western Colorado. So that's why Grand Junction Off-Road is here, we have the best trails, and it's just a perfect combination of things," says Allison Blevins, the Director of the Grand Junction Business Improvement District.
The music is free during the three days of the festival. For the entire schedule, visit downtowngj.org/signature-events/music-festival/.
For more information about the bike rides, visit epicrides.com/grandjunction.