High Sierra Music Festival Announces Initial Line-up

High Sierra Music today announced the initial artist line-up for the 17th Annual High Sierra Music Festival running Thursday, July 5 to Sunday, July 8, 2007 at the Plumas-Sierra Fairgrounds in Quincy, CA.  Gates open at 8:00am on July 5. The Festival continues the tradition of legendary Late Night Shows and this year is no exception.  The Late Night schedule will be announced in the coming weeks.
Confirmed Artist Line-up: Yonder Mountain String Band, Leftover Salmon Reunion, Les Claypool, Del McCoury Band, Galactic, Mavis Staples, Tea Leaf Green, ALO, Ivan Neville’s Dumpstaphunk, JJ Grey & Mofro, Chris Thile & The How to Grow a Band featuring Bryan Sutton, Brian Auger’s Oblivion Express, Strings For Industry featuring Darol Anger, Tony Furtado, Scott Law, Tye North & Carlton Jackson, The Waybacks, Brett Dennen, Hot Buttered Rum, Hot 8 Brass Band, The New Mastersounds, Bassnectar, Bobby Previte’s Coalition of the Willing, Chicago Afrobeat Project, Kan’Nal, The Mammals, Toubab Krewe, Phix, Great American Taxi, Jake Shimabukuro, Outformation, Tony Furtado, Blue Turtle Seduction, Jamie Janover, That 1 Guy, Po’Girl!, Rev. Peyton’s Big Damn Band, Ryan Montbleau Band, Eddie Roberts’ Roughneck, Tzol & Tierro, Lynx, 56 Hope Road, and many more.
Located just four hours from San Francisco and 90 minutes from Reno, the High Sierra Music Festival is the ultimate intimate festival experience and premiere four-day camping and music event in North America.  It combines a top-caliber, eclectic music line-up with a variety of outdoor activities, personal wellness programs and arts and educational events. “Community at High Sierra is what has kept this festival going these past 17 years.  Folks young and old gather with friends and family from all over the country to get that experience that only High Sierra can give.  We are blessed with the most fun, creative, respectful, and enthusiastic fans on the planet.  It’s hard to believe, but they are like a big family,” says Rebecca Sparks, festival spokesperson.
Nestled in the quaint town of Quincy, CA (3500 ft), the High Sierra Music Festival is a great place to take in swimming, hiking and biking amidst the scenic beauty of the majestic Sierra foothills while also enjoying a full palette of music offered on five daytime stages and five nighttime venues. The festival features intimate artist “playshops,” an interactive KidZone, daily parades with oversized puppets, fabulous food, Yoga, Pilates and dance classes along with the opportunity to just relax and camp with good friends in gorgeous weather and an adjacent Olympic-sized swimming pool.  All of this combines to make the High Sierra Music Festival an anticipated yearly event and an experience for people of all ages.
For detailed information, visit http://www.highsierramusic.com
Tickets now on sale at Ticketweb.com. 866.468.3399
4-day passes are $145 through March 26; $156 through May 21. Kids 6 – 12: 4-day pass $45; 5 & under FREE. Three- and two-day weekend passes available March 27. On-site camping is included with all multi-day passes.
Parking is free in an off-site lot.  Shuttle service provided. On-site vehicle passes $75; On-site RV passes are sold out; RV Annex passes (off-site RV parking, no hook-ups) $80.  
Premium FestivAll Packages include four-day festival passes, access to a VIP lounge near the Grandstand Stage featuring elevated viewing, private port-o-johns, a massage chair (limited hours), beverages and snacks,. Late Night combination wristbands for access to all Late Night shows, festival t-shirts, festival posters and drink tickets.  These packages are designed for both individuals and groups of two. FestivALL Pack 2 includes a vehicle pass, and Pack 3 includes an RV pass with guaranteed hook-up. Prices range from $650.00 – $1,450.00.

$1 of each advance multi-day ticket is donated to the High Sierra Foundation 501c3. The High Sierra Foundation was established in 2003 to raise awareness and funds for worthwhile organizations related to music, art, education and social justice.

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