High Sierra Music Festival has announced its lineup of late-night acts for 2022, including Lettuce, Lebo & Friends, Tea Leaf Green, and more. The Quincy, CA gathering, set for June 30th–July 3rd, also made a handful of additions to its existing lineup.
The High Sierra Music Hall late-night roster kicks off on Thursday, June 30th with Spafford and Kendall Street Company. On Friday, The Floozies and SunSquabi take over, followed the next evening by Twiddle with Tea Leaf Green. Finally, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong close out the weekend in the High Sierra Music Hall on Sunday.
Over at the Funk’n Jamhouse, the weekend begins with Boombox and Late Night Radio. On Friday, Dan Lebowitz hosts a lineup of Friends including his ALO bandmates drummer Ezra Lipp and bassist Steve Adams as well as percussionist Wally Ingram (Timbuk 3), keyboardist Adam MacDougall (Circles Around The Sun), and multi-instrumentalist Anna Moss. Lebowitz will also serve as High Sierra’s artist-at-large alongside Skerik and Scott Pemberton.
The late nights continue over at the Funk’n Jamhouse on Saturday with Lettuce and Little Stranger. The Nth Power and Orgone then close out the weekend on Sunday. Late-night tickets are not included with festival passes and must be purchased separately. All of the bands staging late-night performances will also play sets throughout the festival.
The Nth Power, Lebo & Friends, Tea Leaf Green, Little Stranger, Kendall Street Company, Margo Cilker, Wonderly, Ashleigh Flynn & the Riveters, and Black Sheep Brass Band are all the latest additions to the lineup. The Nth Power is signed on for two sets (not counting a late-night show) with one focusing on the band’s own music and another paying tribute to Steely Dan.
These acts join previously announced High Sierra Music Festival headliners Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, Greensky Bluegrass, The Disco Biscuits, Goose, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, Railroad Earth, and more. Tickets to the festival are on sale now. Scroll down for the full lineup.