The High Sierra Music Festival announces its late-night schedule while building an even bigger lineup, adding Chris Robinson Brotherhood, ReBirth Brass Band, Ruthie Foster and more.
Also appearing at the annual festival taking place June 30 through July 3 in Quincy, Calif., at the Plumas-Sierra Fairgrounds will be Big Gigantic, Nathan Moore, Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey, Oka, Gary Clark Jr., Counterclarkwise, Youssoupha Sidibe & The Mystic Rhythms Band, Morning Teleportation, Sweetback Sisters, Mia Dyson, Zoe Keating, He’s My Brother She’s My Sister, Diego’s Umbrella, The Congress, Mamuse, Dead Winter Carpenters, Rebecca Loebe, Tracorum, Living Folklore and “artists at large” Skerik & Josh Clark.
The lineup also has a listing for “Spanish Bombs” featuring Chuck Prophet and Chris Von Sneidern performing The Clash’s London Calling album.
While you could probably create a great weekend with all of the acts mentioned above, the additions are for an existing lineup that already features My Morning Jacket, Ween, Neko Case, Warren Haynes Band, Yonder Mountain String Band, Rebelution, Maceo Parker, Dr. Dog, ALO and almost every band and artist that might be traveling west of the Great Divide at the end of June.
Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, Colorado.
August 27, 2010
The festival’s late night schedule of shows sold separately begins June 30 with $24 tickets for Yonder Mountain String Band and the Travelin’ McCourys playing the High Sierra Music Hall while over at the Funk’n Jamhouse it’s The Pimps Of Joytime and Orgone for $20.
July 1’s late night party features Dr. Dog and another act to be named later at the High Sierra Music Hall ($20) and Beats Antique and Big Gigantic at Funk’n Jamhouse ($22).
Look for ALO and Toubab Krewe at the High Sierra Music Hall July 2 ($24) while Ivan Neville’s Dumpstaphunk and March Fourth Marching Band light up the Funk’n Jamhouse ($22).
ReBirth Brass Band and Maceo Parker head up the last late-night show at the High Sierra Music Hall July 3 ($22) while the Funk House hosts Emancipator and Oka ($16).
Four-day passes are available for $185 while supplies last or until May 2. High Sierra will begin selling three and two-day passes beginning May 3. For more information, visit HighSierraMusic.com.