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High Sierra Music Announces Additional Artists for 2019 Festival

Umphrey’s McGee, Del McCoury Band, Leftover Salmon, and more

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High Sierra Music Festival saved a lengthy list of legendary artists and burgeoning up-and-comers for their second round of lineup announcements.

Taking place in beautiful Quincy, CA, on July 4-7, HSMF is proud to include improv-rock favorites Umphrey’s McGee, festival veterans Leftover Salmon,funk powerhouse quartet The New Mastersounds, and the beautiful songs and harmonies of Mandolin Orange in their 2019 lineup.

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The McCoury Family, AKA the first family of bluegrass, will also grace the festival with a number of different sets from The Del McCoury Band, Del & Dawg (Del McCoury and David Grisman), and The Travelin’ McCourys. Luther Dickinson, along withBirds of Chicago and Sharde Thomas, will present his new project, Sisters of the Strawberry Moon and Reid Genauer will collaborate with Dan Lebowitz,Danny Eisenberg, members of Assembly of Dust, and more. Big Something, The Lil Smokies, Songhoy Blues, Joe Craven & the Sometimers, Amo Amo, Marty O’Reilly & The Old Soul Orchestra, andLet’s Be Leonard round out what is sure to be one of the High Sierra’s best lineups yet.

Previously announced High Sierra artists includeGreensky Bluegrass, Jim James (with his full band), St. Paul & The Broken Bones, Galactic, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe presents Eat a Bunch of Peaches , The Marcus King Band, ALO, The Polish Ambassador, The Nth Power (for a very special Marvin Gaye Tribute), Jennifer Hartswick Band, Cris Jacobs Band, Cha Wa, and Ron Artis II & The Truth.

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More 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.
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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, including FestivALL VIP packages and parking passes, are on sale now.
For travel FAQ and more information, please check the website and Facebook page.
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About Joseph Timmons (8472 Articles)
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