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This year's festival is proudly
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live music

 
ADMISSION FEES:
THURSDAY & SUNDAY: FREE ENTRY for everyone.

FRIDAY & SATURDAY CONCERTS: $10 for all day access online at fibark.com and at entry tent.

$5 for locals with proof of local ID at the entry tent to the event & $5 when purchased in-person ahead of the event. 

FREE ENTRY for 18 and under, and 65 and older. 
 

$5 TICKET PRESALE: 

Wednesday, 6/14 @ High Side: 5-7pm during FIBArk Kickoff Party.

Kickoff your festival in style...with FIBArk tickets already in your pocket. 

2023 lineup 

THURSDAY
 

5:30 pm - Blue REcluse 

8:15 PM -Roundhouse Assembly

FRiday 

3:15 PM - EXTRA GOLD 

5:30 PM - THE JAUNTEE

8:00 PM - Pimps of Joytime

 

Saturday

3:15 pM- ICeman Special

5:30 PM - Split Window

8:00 Pm - Hell's BElles

 

SUNDAY

12:30 PM - ROcky mountain grateful dead revue

2:45 PM - TEnth Mountain Division
 

 


 

HEADLINERS 

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thursday, june 15
roundhouse assembly
8:15 

Roundhouse assembly is a Salida Colorado based band who’s influences include Grateful Dead, The band, and the Allman Brothers band. Roundhouse's sets showcase the ensemble’s passion for improvisational jams, vocal harmonies, that get the dance floor shaking. RHA’s line-up includes Scott Swartz on guitar and vocals, Chris Nasca on guitar & vocals, George A Mossman on drums and vocals, and Aaron Robbins on bass. Roundhouse assembly Keeps the audience shaking and spinning to the joyous sound of the good old Grateful Dead.

FREE ADMISSION
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friday, june 16
PIMPS OF JOYTIME
8:00 PM

An amalgamation of New Orleans and Bay Area funk elements juxtaposed with Brooklyn’s indie DIY ethos, Pimps of Joytime mirror the diversity of their communities and eclectic generational tastes. Traditionally, their music has always ignored established norms and colored outside the lines, and you can always expect the band to deliver an incendiary live show with swaggering confidence and undeniable cool. With Brian J consistently at the helm, the group has evolved through various configurations since bursting on the scene in 2004. They’ve created countless soulful, swaggering grooves across five full length releases, and can be found playing tours and festivals consistently around the world.

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saturday, june 17
HELL's BELLeS
8:00 pm

HELL'S BELLES are first and foremost dedicated AC/DC fanatics. This is what we all have in common. We're all part of a huge community of devotees to one of the greatest rock-n-roll bands in the world. This is who we all are, and this is what HELL'S BELLES strives to deliver with mechanical precision and passionate fury. Endorsed by Angus Young himself (Blender Magazine, 2003), HELL'S BELLES are the closest one can get without actually moving to Australia and joining AC/DC's road crew.

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SUNDAY, JUNE 18
TENTH MOUNTAIN DIVISION
2:45 pm

Born in the fertile mountains of Colorado, Tenth Mountain Division is continuing the musical legacy set down by their forefathers.  Tenth Mountain Division is a Denver-based outfit by way of the Colorado Rockies. The group consists of six members—Andrew Cooney (Bass/Guitar), Campbell Thomas (Piano/Percussion/Keys), Tyler Gwynn (Drums), MJ Ouimette (Guitars), Winston Heuga (Mandolin)—who found unity through their love of music and natural surroundings. While Gwynn holds down the heartbeat of their sound on drums, the rest of the crew pitches in on vocals in addition to their menagerie of instrumentation. TMD has heavily toured throughout their home state, offering reverberation and acclaim felt throughout the country. This helped nab performances at Summer Camp Music Festival, and support roles for acts like Leftover Salmon.

 

Like those that came before them, Tenth Mountain Division is pushing the sound found in the mountains into bold, new directions with their exploratory take on Americana. Their style dips freely in the well of all their diverse influences, including but not limited to classic Southern Rock, the Progressive Bluegrass that was born in their backyard in Colorado, the adventurous spirit of sixties Psychedelic Blues, and straight ahead driving Rock ‘n’ Roll.  Much like their CO predecessors, String Cheese Incident, and Yonder Mountain String Band, they defy simple categorization. Instead, they reference their musical history with their high-energy shows as they blaze new musical paths every night. As they do so, they have become the new voice of the Colorado music scene, taking their Ski-party sound around the country and making every show feel like a night in the Rockies.

KNOW BEFORE YOU GO

  • FIRST AID
    Stay Safe out there! But if you do need First Aid or Police, they will be roaming throughout the festival grounds. All security guards (located throughout the festival grounds and at entrances and exits) will be on radio and can contact EMS or Police for you. If you have a serious medical emergency call 911.
  • LOST & FOUND
    Hopefully you keep all of your belongings during the weekend! But if you find you have lost something, the Lost and Found is located at the Entry Info Booth. Hours may be limited but rest assured....we won’t give your stuff away!
  • INFORMATION BOOTH
    Looking for more details on the festival venue and schedule, the shortest route to a tasty beverage, or some extra sunscreen? Come visit us at the Entry Information Booth.
  • 2023 CONCERTS
    Tickets may be purchased on the website and the entry of the event.
  • ADMISSION FEES
    FRIDAY & SATURDAY CONCERTS: $5 online at fibark.com, or $10 per person at the door. THURSDAY & SUNDAY: FREE ENTRY. No ticket purchase necessary on those days. FREE ENRY for 18 and under, and 65 and older. IDs will be required to receive free admission for 18 yo and under as well as 65 yo and over.
  • WRISTBANDS
    Tickets purchased online will be exchanged for a wristband the day of the event. The purchase of a ticket grants you access to Riverside Park on either Friday, June 16 or Saturday, June 17, 2023 to see the full music lineup. Once guests have wristbands on, they will be able to leave and re-enter the event throughout the day.
  • ALCOHOL
    No outside alcohol will be allowed within the Riverside Park. IDs will be required to receive a 21 and up wristband for the purchase of alcohol.
  • REGISTRATION
    The 2023 FIBArk Whitewater Festival will open registration in Spring 2023. Registration will be available online and on-site at the FIBArk Boathouse. Online registration will close at 6PM on the night before your event.
  • WAIVERS
    ACA waiver: https://waiver.smartwaiver.com/e/NxsGBj9b3pYGVPnCgdQMtf/ FIBArk waiver: https://waiver.smartwaiver.com/w/itk31cvkyruecddrgtinpc/web/
  • CASH PRIZES
    Cash prizes vary per event. See event pages for more details.
  • RESULTS
    We will post event results as fast as we possibly can during event days. You can keep an eye on the RESULTS page for any new or archived results.
  • REFUNDS & EXCHANGES
    We do not allow refund or exchanges of any kind. Each participant acknowledges and agrees to the no refunds, exchanges, or transfers at the time of registration. Please consult our Terms & Conditions each participant signs/e-signs prior to registration completion for more information.
  • ELIGIBILITY
    Eligibility will depend on the competition. In some events, we allow Jr/Cadets, Intermediate, and expert levels. We even allow dogs to compete in some events!
  • CAMPING
    Camping on the north side of the river (across the F Street bridge) may jeopardize FIBArks future. This land is owned by the railroad and each year we have to ask for permission to cross it for our running and Hooligan races. Please don’t camp there. There are plenty of other camping resources nearby: http://www.parks.state.co.us/parks/arkansasheadwaters/camping/Pages/CampingHome.aspx http://www.forestcamping.com/dow/rockymtn/siinfo.htm
  • PARKING
    Parking in downtown Salida is free. There is a large lot for day parking located at the bottom of F Street, on the NE side of the river and a smaller lot in front of the AHRA building on Sackett and G Street. Please note, the AHRA parking lot facing Sackett Street is reserved for employees only. The parking lot facing G street is public. (This lot will have spaces reserved for handicapped parking). There is no overnight parking allowed in either of these lots. There is no overnight parking allowed in either of these lots. Parking along the streets downtown is allowed unless otherwise noted. Please respect residents, driveways, and alleyways when parking streetside. Parking within Sackett Street to 3rd between G and E Streets is limited to 2 hours at a time from 9am and 5pm. Map of Downtown Parking
  • PLACES TO STAY
    Check out or sponsored partners that can accommodate your stay in Salida. Pinion Vacation Rentals Woodland Motel
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