High Sierra Artist Additions and Late Night Schedule

CHRIS ROBINSON, BIG GIGANTIC, REBIRTH BRASS BAND,
RUTHIE FOSTER, GARY CLARK, JR. AND MORE ADDED

Big Gigantic
The 21st annual High Sierra Music Festival, set for June 30-July 1 at Plumas County Fairgrounds in Quincy, CA, has announced their latest round of lineup additions. Making appearances at the festival will be Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Rebirth Brass Band, Ruthie Foster, Gary Clark, Jr., Big Gigantic, Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey, and more. Check out the full list of additions below and click here for a more complete picture of the lineup.

High Sierra has also announced their late night schedule, featuring unique musical pairings in two venues: the High Sierra Music Hall and the Funk'n Jamhouse. Bands include Yonder Mountain String Band, Dr. Dog, ALO, Toubab Krewe, Rebirth Brass Band, Maceo Parker, Orgone, Pimps of Joytime, Beats Antique, Big Gigantic and more. Click here for the full late night schedule.

Early-bird four-day passes are available now for $185 through May 2 or until the allotment runs out, at which point 4-day Passes will increase to $205 each. Three-day (Fri - Sun) and two-day (Sat - Sun) tickets will be available May 3. Click here for more information.

ARTIST ADDITIONS
Chris Robinson Brotherhood
Rebirth Brass Band
Ruthie Foster
Gary Clary, Jr.
Big Gigantic
Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey
Spanish Bombs featuring Chuck Prophet and Chris Von Sneidern performing London Calling by The Clash
Oka
Counterclarkwise
Youssoupha Sidibe and The Mystic Rhythms Band
Morning Teleportation
The 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
Skerik
Josh Clark.

http://highsierramusic.com/

[Published on: 4/21/11]

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