Lettuce, Ghost-Note, and Aqueous are among the latest additions to the High Sierra Music Festival lineup.
The festival, which takes place at Plumas County Fairgrounds in East Quincy, CA, is returning for its 30th year on July 2nd-5th. In celebration of its 30th year, the festival chose to announce acts one at a time.
A lineup that started with Joe Russo’s Almost Dead has now grown into over 15 nationally touring acts. They followed the JRAD announcement with Spafford in early December. Over the following weeks, Femi Kuti & The Positive Force, Dumpstaphunk, Samantha Fish, True Loves, Cris Jacobs, Andy Frasco & The U.N., Ron Artis II & The Truth, Goose, Cedric Burnside, Lindsay Lou, and Neal Francis were all announced.
Buffalo-based indie-groove outfit Aqueous was recently announced last week. They then followed that announcement up with Steve Poltz before announcing the percussion-based funk, hip hop, and jazz group Ghost-Note.
Most recently, High Sierra Music Festival added Lettuce to the top end of its star-studded lineup. HSMF promises many more acts to be announced over the coming months.
The previous iteration of HSMF was resoundingly successful. Last year’s lineup included acts such as Dispatch, Umphrey’s McGee, Greensky Bluegrass, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, and Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe. High Sierra will look to compound upon that success by curating and equally diverse and impressive lineup for its 30th anniversary in 2020.
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