This weekend, May 19 to 21, downtown Grand Junction’s Main Street will come alive for three-days filled with music performed by local and national artists.

The Four Peaks Downtown Music Festival features three stages and a four-block beer garden. Featured artists include local favorites like Zolopht and Shotgun Hodown, as well as national acts like The Infamous String Dusters.

Governor John Hickenlooper will take the stage at noon on Saturday to celebrate the first Colorado Public Lands Day, a holiday created by the legislature last May that recognizes the value of public lands within the state.

The festival also is partnering with the Grand Junction Off-Road Mountain Bike Event to bring both professional and amateur riders and their families from all over the country to ride the extensive Grand Junction trail system with 15-, 30- and 40-mile distances. The start and finish line is in downtown Grand Junction. There’s also an outdoor bike and gear expo featuring vendors from across the mountain biking industry.