et amped for the Wind Rider Music Festival at Ski Apache, Saturday, June 20 and Sunday, June 21 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

In addition to the live music each day, the two-day festival will also feature food and beverage booths and vendors.

Overnight camping will also be available for the night of June 20 as well as RV spaces. Those interested can pick up a camping pass ($10 per camper) at the ticket window. Fire restrictions will be in effect

Saturday, June 20

Homegrown Boyz at 11am
Homegrown Boyz are a local band right out of Ruidoso, New Mexico. Playing many different genres such as Rock,Spanish,country and oldies they are sure to bring great vibes that will keep you wanting more. This band will be unleashing an original set for the show.

The Expendables at 1pm
Since 1997, The Expendables have staked their claim in the California surf/rock genre by headlining venues from coast to coast.  Blending reggae, punk rock, and 80s style dueling guitar solos, The Expendables have made heads turn and floors shake for years. Catch The Expendables on the Apache WindRider Music Festival stage at 1 p.m.

Matisyahu at 3:15pm
Matisyahu first made a name for himself with his album “Live at Stubbs” and his follow up album, “Youth.” Both albums subsequently went gold and “Youth” was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album. Matisyahu went on to release the album “Light” in 2009 that reached No. 1 on the Reggae Albums chart and stayed in the top spot for 34 weeks. His fourth studio album, “Spark Seeker,” also debuted at No. 1 on the Reggae charts.  Since then he has pushed himself dynamically and creatively, breaking with expectation at every turn and remaking his musical image with nearly every album. Apache WindRider Music Festival goers will also hear Matisyahu perform songs from his fifth album, “Akeda.”


Sunday, June 21

Jones and Miles at 11am 
Jones and Miles are very inspired by some reggae pioneer roots and will be putting a set together specially for this festival. This band brings a refreshing sound that merges old-time depression era folk, hillbilly style bluegrass, good ol’ country dancing music, with a nice raw rockin’ modern edge to create one of the most entertaining live shows in the southwest. Jones And Miles brings with them an arsenal of various instruments to play including guitars, 4 string banjo, 5-string banjo, mandolin, upright bass, harmonicas, etc which provides a very entertaining aspect to their live shows.

Stick Figure at 1pm
Southern California-based roots reggae/dub band Stick Figure, will rock the stage at 1 p.m. Stick Figure possesses a unique style of music that combines a creative blend of upbeat roots-reggae with the reverberating echoes of dub.

Slightly Stoopid at 3:15
The Slightly Stoopid story can be traced to Ocean Beach, California when childhood chums Miles Doughty and Kyle McDonald formed the group in 1995 mixing rock, reggae, and punk sounds into one smooth stylistic cocktail. Soon after, late/great Sublime front man Brad Nowell gained interest in the group and signed them to his Skunk Records label while the band members were still in high school. Nearly Two decades later, Slightly Stoopid continues to progress into new musical territory, creating a contagious feel-good vibe and defining their signature sound – one that has been described as a fusion of folk, rock, reggae and blues with hip-hop, funk, metal and punk. Sligthly Stoopid will perform at 3:15 p.m.

Tickets are $55, available at or concierge desk. Two Day passes available for purchase at concierge only for $80. Tickets go on sale April 20, 2015