Blues on the Mesa

A Music Company Inc. Presents...

In celebration of Arts Month 2021, A Music Company Inc. is producing a one day blues music festival, Blues on the Mesa, featuring national and regional artists. The festival will be held on Saturday, October 2 on the lawn behind the clubhouse at Gold Hill Mesa. Advanced General Admission ticket sales are available online only through 9/30 and are priced at $35 ($45 day of show at the entrance). $70 for VIP which includes the use of a camping chair with drink holder, admission to the “After Party” with live music and complimentary food, a gift bag filled with Colorado products and gift certificates. Children 16 and under are free with an adult paid admission.

Tickets will NOT be mailed. Your name will be on a “Will Call List” at the entrance. Gate opens at 11AM and the festival starts at Noon, and continues until 6PM. There is no reserved seating so come early and choose your favorite spot. For questions, please contact A Music Company Inc. at, or call 719-237-9953.

The Pikes Peak Blues Community, a non-profit 501 (c)3 organization will receive a portion of all proceeds and host a silent auction and youth stage, School of Blues, with the band Take 2 performing between acts.

Following the festival, there will be an After Party (additional $10 ticket required) from 6-9PM inside at the Gold Hill Mesa Community Center, featuring music by BJ Estares & Route 61. Must be 21+ to enter the After Party.

Schedule of Performers

In an effort to bring out fans early, A Music Company Inc. will break protocol by starting the event with a 2004 Grammy Award winning artist who has toured the world over, Alvin Youngblood Hart. Bluesman Taj Mahal once said about Hart: “The boy has got thunder in his hands.”
Following Mr. Hart is regional favorite the Cass Clayton Band, blending influences of blues, rock, funk and soul in a new way. Ms. Clayton has become renowned for her powerful vocals and soulful slide guitar playing.
Next up on the bill can only be described as a “show within a show”, Ladies Sing The Blues, featuring three of Colorado’s own Blues Diva’s, Jessica Rogalski, Jill Watkins and Peaches Embry.
The festival continues with Buddy Whittington, a true Texas “Guitar Hero” who spent fifteen years as lead guitarist for legendary bluesman John Mayall.
Closing out the show is a Grammy Award nominated blues/soul artist with fifteen albums to her credit, Janiva Magness, who was named the B.B. King Entertainer of the year in 2009 by The Blues Foundation.

 ***AFTER PARTY 6-9pm***

Inside the community room at Gold Hill Mesa

Music by BJ Estares & Route 61

Food provided by Blue at Red Gravy

(Beer & Wine available for purchase)


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