The 7th annual Rocky Mountain Old-time Music Festival will be held July 6th – 10th, 2016. Yes that’s right we added a day by popular demand!!! Save the Dates!!!

RMOTMF_smPlease visit our 2016 Festival page for general information about the upcoming festival, which will take place July 6-10, 2016!

TICKETS ARE ON SALE NOW – GET YOURS HERE!!!

The 2016 lineup includes:

  • Foghorn Stringband
  • Erynn Marshall & Carl Jones
  • Spencer & Rains (Tricia Spencer & Howard Rains)
  • Red Squirrel Chasers (Jim Nelson, Stephanie Coleman, Jim Collier, Dedo Norris)
  • Bootlickers (Lee Guthrie, AJ Srubas, Aron Tacke, Arne Pelto, Rina Rossi)
  • Vesta Johnson & Steve Hall

Visit our 2016 Lineup page for more information about last year’s bands, callers, and instructors.


Fort Collins Community Barn Dance!

Join us on FRIDAY, May 27 and Saturday June 25 from 7:30-11:00 PM at Wolverine Farm Letterpress & Publick House for a community barn-style dance! This ain’t your Greatgrandma’s square dance! All dances are taught so no experience is necessary. Come alone or with a partner, and be ready to spend the night moving to high-energy fiddle music, just like the early settlers of Fort Collins! This event is sponsored by the Central Rockies Old-Time Music Association (CROMA). Admission: Adults – $8.00, Families – $20, Youth 12 and under are free! Let’s bring the spirit of old-time community square dancing back to Fort Collins!  Our dances are listed as events on Facebook – please invite your friends to the event page!

To get an idea of what to expect, check out the videos below:
https://youtu.be/AfQngkVuWmg
https://youtu.be/hpVnD_7MRsk

Dance Location: Wolverine Farm Letterpress & Publick House – 316 Willow St. Fort Collins, CO [ Facebook | Map ]


Welcome to CROMA’s website, where you’ll find the Central Rockies’ hub for all things old-time! We encourage you to browse our site to:

Old-time music is the pre-bluegrass, fiddle and banjo music that grew organically from rural traditions in places like Southern Appalachia and the Ozarks. This music traveled with settlers who came west, and subsequently took root in various mining camps and settlements throughout the Central Rockies.

The old-time scene in the Central Rockies is vibrant with old-timers and
new-timers (from all over!) playing, listening to and dancing to music throughout these beautiful mountains.

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Old-time music was the old-time name for real mountain-type folk music.
— Mike Seeger

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