July 4-7, 2013 see website for pass info highsierramusic.com
Incredible bands, Third Planet Ceremonials, free camping, and good vibrations make this the Woodstock of the 21st century in the High Sierras. Parades, festivities, food, music, friends and a beautiful atmosphere make this the concert not to miss this year!
Camping is included in the price of your multiple-day festival pass. Off-site parking in our free lot, located 0.7 miles from Gate 1 of the Fairgrounds, is included with all festival passes. On-site vehicle passes which allow on-site parking (no ins and outs) are available for purchase.
The free festival parking lot and box office is 0.7 miles from the festival site at Mill Creek Campground. Shuttle service runs continuously throughout the weekend. Special cargo shuttles will help expedite transporting you and your belongings to the Fairgrounds at the commencement of the festival, and will be available until on-site camping is full. You are welcome to stay at Mill Creek Campground for the duration of the festival.
2011 Musical Acts include:
My Morning Jacket, Ween, Neko Case, Warren Haynes Band, Yonder Mountain String Band, Rebelution, Gillian Welch, Maceo Parker, Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Dr. Dog, ALO, Beats Antique, Ivan Neville's Dumpstaphunk, Ernest Ranglin, Bill Frisell's Beautiful Dreamers, Rebirth Brass Band, The Travelin' McCourys, Los Amigos Invisibles, Delta Spirit, The Infamous Stringdusters, MarchFourth Marching Band, Dawes, Ruthie Foster, Pimps of Joytime, Emancipator, Big Gigantic, Danny Barnes, Nathan Moore, Orgone, Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey, Spanish Bombs featuring Chuck Prophet and Chris Von Sneidern, performing London Calling By the Clash, Materialized feat. Scott Law, Toubab Krewe, Motion Potion, Zach Deputy, Gary Clark Jr., Youssoupha Sidibe and the Mystic Rhythms Band, Counterclarkwise, Morning Teleportation, Jessica Lurie Ensemble, The Sweetback Sisters, Nicki Bluhm and The Gramblers, Mia Dyson, The Soft White Sixties, Head For The Hills, Elephant Revival, Zoe Keating, He's My Brother She's My Sister, Diego's Umbrella, The Congress, MaMuse, Dead Winter Carpenters, The Brothers Comatose, Rebecca Loebe, Tracorum, Living Folklore, Banana Slug String Band, Cornflower, Artists-At-Large: Skerik, Josh Clark, Audio Angel
Other nearby events include the
Graegle Annual Shop - Hop held on Memorial Weekend.