Galactic, The Polish Ambassador, Leftover Salmon and more
Quincy, CA – High Sierra Music Festival’s famed late night venues will be filled with music fans once again for this year’s late-night shows from July 4th to July 7th in Quincy, CA.
Ticketed separately from the main festival, High Sierra late nights offer festival-goers a chance to party into the wee hours of the morning with their favorite bands.
HSMF’s two late-night venues, High Sierra Music Hall and the Funk’n Jamhouse, set intimate stages for unforgettable parties, jams, and collaborations. This year is no different.
Thursday night, July 4th, features The Polish Ambassador and Templo in the High Sierra Music Hall and The New Mastersounds with Star Kitchen in the Funk’n Jamhouse.
Friday’s Music Hall show brings the New Orleans funk of Galactic together with Diggin Dirt while Manic Focus and Big Something hold things down at the Jamhouse.
Fans might have to make a hard decision on Saturday night- Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe and Nth Power at the Music Hall, or PNUMA (live) and TAUK in the Jamhouse. Sunday’s late-night show will be the last bit of music played over 4th of July Weekend.
Leftover Salmon will kick things off at High Sierra Music Hall and John Kadlecik’s Fellowship of The Wing will close things out, surely leaving fans eager for High Sierra Music Festival 2020.
Late Night tickets can be purchased online in advance through the Eventbrite website or the Eventbrite app, or patrons can purchase tickets while at the festival one of three ways: Mobile – Late Night tickets (pending availability) can be purchased online while you’re at the festival by connecting to this website through your phone. No printed ticket needed-just bring your phone to the show. Download the Eventbrite app for the most convenience. Merchandise Tent – You may also purchase Late Night tickets at the merchandise tent from 12pm-9pm daily. Late Night Box Office – Open 11pm-3am Thursday to Sunday. Located in the booth near the High Sierra Music Hall and Funk’n Jamhouse. A full list of shows and ticket prices can be seen below.
Music Hall – The Polish Ambassador | Templo – $27.50
Funk’n Jamhouse – The New Mastersounds | Star Kitchen – $27.50
Music Hall – Galactic | Diggin Dirt – $28.50
Funk’n Jamhouse – Manic Focus | Big Something – $25.50
Music Hall – Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe | The Nth Power – $28.50
Funk’n Jamhouse – PNUMA (Live) | TAUK – $25.50
Music Hall – Leftover Salmon | John Kadlecik’s Fellowship of The Wing – $28.50
High Sierra Music Festival’s Lineup
- Umphrey’s McGee
- Greensky Bluegrass
- Jim James (Full Band)
- St. Paul & The Broken Bones
- The Del McCoury Band
- Pigeons Playing Ping Pong
- Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe presents Eat a Bunch of Peaches
- Steel Pulse
- The Marcus King Band
- Leftover Salmon
- Mandolin Orange
- Del & Dawg (Del McCoury/David Grisman duo)
- The Polish Ambassador
- The New Mastersounds
- Manic Focus, PNUMA (Live)
- The Travelin’ McCourys
- Stanton Moore and Skerik’s Emerald Quintet feat. Scott Metzger, Robert Walter and Andy Hess
- Too Many Zooz
- Sisters of the Strawberry Moon feat. Luther Dickinson
- Birds of Chicago and Sharde Thomas
- The Nth Power (Marvin Gaye Tribute)
- The Lil Smokies
- Big Something
- Jennifer Hartswick Band
- Andy Frasco & The U.N.
- John Kadlecik’s Fellowship of The Wing feat. Jay Lane, Reed Mathis, and Todd Stoops
- Reid Genauer & Folks feat. Scott Metzger, Lebo, Jay Lane, Danny Eisenberg, John Leccese and Dave Diamond
- Songhoy Blues
- Star Kitchen
- Gaby Moreno
- Joe Craven & The Sometimers
- Cris Jacobs Band
- Amo Amo
- Cha Wa
- Ron Artis II & The Truth
- Royal Jelly Jive
- The Suitcase Junket
- Marty O’Reilly & The Old Soul Orchestra
- Valley Queen
- Diggin Dirt
- Rainbow Girls
- Let’s Be Leonard
About High Sierra Music Festival
Priding itself on a diverse musical lineup, one-of-a-kind intimate artist “playshops,” and legendary sit-ins and surprises throughout the weekend, HSMF remains the live music fan mainstay-a home away from home to pilgrimage to each year for a community experience of musical chances-taken, all day and all night, on stages big and small. From the Grandstand Stage to the “don’t let out the air-conditioning” doors of the High Sierra Music Hall, festival-goers spend every day celebrating old traditions, as well as forging new ones each and every year. Craft brews and artisanal cocktails and cuisine to satisfy any appetite can be found around the clock, and kids never get bored of the daily parades, accommodating Family Village, and the always-popular community swimming pool right next door. On-site yoga, Pilates, and guided meditations provide a non-musical lift for the body, mind, and spirit. High Sierra Music Festival continues to be the cradle of exciting music in the picturesque locale of Plumas-Sierra Fairgrounds in Quincy, CA– located an easy distance from the Reno, NV, Bay Area, and Sacramento, CA, airports.
Visit http://highsierramusic.com/ to purchase four-day passes. All tickets (FestivALL VIP packages, RV, and parking passes) are on sale now.