Lander Brewfest continues trend of showcasing Wyoming musicians

(Lander, WY) – Long known for promoting the best of Wyoming’s independent craft beers, Lander Brewfest has also been a booster of homegrown Wyoming music.

Featuring in years past such Cowboy State bands as Aaron Davis & The Mystery Machine, Bob Lefevre & the Already Gone, The Patti Fiasco, 10 Cent Stranger, and others, Lander Brewfest 2023 will welcome Jackson’s Inland Isle and Lander-connected Red Dangit.

Formed in 2019, Inland Isle is a folk-rock band whose songs are anchored by accessible hooks and introspective lyrics atop lush vocal harmonies. The band is featured on the recently released WyoFolk Project, a compilation of 14 previously unreleased works by 14 of Wyoming’s celebrated songwriters.

Red Dangit plays an eclectic blend of jazz, blues, and rock with a psychedelic edge. Composed of musicians from Northern Colorado and Wyoming, the band’s Quinn Cerovski and Danny Scott hail from Lander and are the sons of Stuart Cerovski and Greg Scott, guitarists respectively of Lander’s Low Water String Band and Full Blown Mosey.

“While we certainly welcome brewers and musicians from outside Wyoming,” said Owen Sweeney, CEO of the Lander Chamber of Commerce, “we really want Lander Brewfest to be a celebration of what’s best in Wyoming, whether that be independent craft beer, music, or food.”

For those wishing to avoid the ticket lines on the days of the festival, online purchase of one-day and weekend passes is available. One-day passes are $50, and weekend passes are $75. The event will be hosted on June 9 and 10 on the grounds of the Fremont County Pioneer Museum and Museum of the American West located at 1443 W Main Street in Lander.

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