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Silver Mountain Hosts Microbrews, Blues

Get ready for some blues, brews and some reggae, too.

Silver Mountain is hosting the Third Annual Blues, Brews and Microbrew Festival Saturday.

More than 40 microbrews from places like Northern Lights, Pend Oreille Brewing, the Bayou Brewery and the Fort Spokane Brewery will be on hand for beer lovers to sample.

Meanwhile, one of the area’s finest rockabilly blues bands, Too Slim and the Taildraggers, will be on hand to entertain.

One People, a five-man Boston band, will kick out the reggae tunes.

Tickets are $16.95. The price includes six three-ounce tastes of beer and a souvenir mug as well as a gondola ride up to the event.

Show starts at 1 p.m. and continues until 6 p.m.

Silver Mountain is located east of Coeur d’Alene in Kellogg. Take Interstate 90 exit 49.

, DataTimes

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