Crown of the Continent Guitar Festival announced their 2013 workshop lineup that includes Pat Metheny, Robben Ford, Lee Ritenour, Scott Tennant, Livingston Taylor, and more.

Bigfork, MT (February 26, 2013) -- Eat, sleep and breathe guitar for a week in the Last Best Place! Join us August 25 - September 1 at the beautiful 4 star internationally acclaimed, family friendly Flathead Lake Lodge on the shores of Flathead Lake in Bigfork, Montana.

Check out our new and returning faculty ncluding: Matt Smith, Jody Fisher, Jeff McErlain, Mark Dziuba, Dennis McCumber, Susan Mazar, James Hogan, Tobias Hurwitz, Doug Smith, Andrew Leonard, Bret Boyer, Clipper Anderson, Pete Sweeney, Brad Boal and Mark Cornett.

Eleven workshops in eight different genres are offered for beginners to advanced players. These include: The Performing Musician, Jam Class, Advanced Rock and Blues, Intermediate Rock, Intermediate Blues, Advanced Jazz, Intermediate Jazz, Classical, Acoustic, Singer Songwriter and Beginner. There is something for everyone!

Don't miss out on this unique opportunity to study with Masters while sharing your passion for guitar in an inspirational non- competitive and personalized class setting all the while surrounded by Montana's famous western hospitality.

Montana is a high tourist destination spot. Hike, bike, fish, camp, raft and enjoy the spectacular scenery at Glacier National Park, Flathead Lake, Jewel Basin, Flathead & Swan Valleys as well as Swan and Mission Mountains. Now is the time for trip planning and making reservations especially for Glacier National Park as places book up quickly. Easy hour drive to and from Canada!

2012 Crown of the Continent Guitar Festival Highlights
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