California Festivals


High Sierra Music Festival

June 30-July 3, 2016 see website for pass info

Plumas-Sierra Fairgrounds
Quincy, CA
Early Bird 4-Day passes for $210.50 visit

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!

Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals | Tedeschi Trucks Band | Thievery Corporation | Joe Russo's Almost Dead | Dr. Dog | The Del McCoury Band | The Chris Robinson Brotherhood | Greensky Bluegrass | Femi Kuti & The Positive Force | JJ Grey & Mofro | Xavier Rudd | Leftover Salmon | Lettuce | North Mississippi Allstars | ALO | The California Honeydrops | Anders Osbsorne | The Floozies | DRKWAV (John Medeski, Skerik, & Adam Deitch) | The Motet | The New Mastersounds | Turkuaz | Elephant Revival | Sierra Hull | Lebo & Friends feat. Robert Walter, Jay Lane, Garrett Sayers, Lesley Grant and The Combustible Horns | The Soul Rebels | Jamestown Revival | Kung Fu | TAUK | Steve Poltz | Liz Vice | The Main Squeeze | Break Science | Twiddle | The Rhythm Council feat. Papa Mali (Henry Butler, Kirk Joseph and Robb Kidd) | Scott Law & Ross James' Cosmic Twang | Scott Pemberton | Samantha Fish | Horseshoes & Hand Grenades | Nolatet (Brian Haas, Mike Dillon, James Singleton, Scott Amendola) | The Record Company | Manic Focus | Ripe | Industrial Revelation | SunSquabi | Kiev | Billy Strings | The Dip | Session Americana | Gene Evaro Jr | The Accidentals | Laney Jones and The Spirits | Baskery | World's Finest | Gipsy Moon | Artists at Large: Eric McFadden and Scott Law

The High Sierra Music Festival began in Leland Meadows, CA in 1991. It moved to Bear Valley in 1994, and was there through 1997 and again in 1999. Persistent snow accumulations prompted an urgent need to move the Festival in 1998 and the Fairgrounds in Quincy proved an ideal choice. High Sierra acknowledges and thanks the ongoing support the residents of Quincy and Plumas County give each and every year.

Camping is available, check when you buy your tickets before going. 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.

Other nearby events include the Graegle Annual Shop - Hop held on Memorial Weekend.

Events are not guaranteed. It is your responsibility to confirm before going.

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