High Sierra Music Festival has announced the late-night artist lineup for its 2023 event, which will occur from June 29 through July 2 in the mountains of Quincy, Calif. This year, the festival has rounded up a number of esteemed acts to keep the music going well after sundown. Performances will take place at two locations: High Sierra Music Hall and Funk’n Jamhouse.
On Thursday, June 29, Galactic–who were previously announced as a festival headliner–will return the stage at High Sierra Music Hall to perform with Seattle-based rock outfit Polyrhythmics. Over at Funk’n Jamhouse, Jerry’s Middle Finger will keep the night rolling with two back-to-back sets.
Lebo & Friends will link up with New Monson for a “Yacht Rock” themed show at High Sierra Music Hall on Friday, June 30, while moe. and Big Something are slated to take over the Funk’n JamHouse.
Saturday night, July 1, will feature appearances at High Sierra Music Hall from Lotus and Dopapod. Funk’n Jamhouse will host two West Coast acts, with live music from Diggin Dirt and Boot Juice. Finally, The Nth Power and Con Brio will close out the long weekend with a farewell set at High Sierra Music Hall.
These late-night sets complete High Sierra’s already-stacked lineup, which boasts headliners Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit, Marcus King, Cory Wong, Galactic and The Del McCoury Band, among other nationally touring groups.
High Sierra Music Festival’s late-night shows are ticketed separately from the regular festival passes. Single-night passes, and a limited quantity of all-access wristbands are available for purchase here.
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