Organizers for the 29th edition of the High Sierra Music Festival (HSMF) announced the first group of artists performing at the 2019 festival. The artists included in the announcement are: the five-piece rockers, Greensky Bluegrass; the eight-member soul group, St. Paul & the Broken Bones; and the New Orleans jam band, Galactic.


 

 

Other noteworthy acts performing include: soul-influenced psychedelic southern rock act, The Marcus King Band; California rock band, ALO; experimental DJ, The Polish Ambassador; and The Nth Power, playing a very special Marvin Gaye Tribute. The list of artists, as of February 4th, can be found below. More performers will be announced in the coming months.


 

 

 

HSMF takes places July 4th – 7th at the Plumas-Sierra Fairgrounds in Quincy; about four hours north-east of San Francisco. The festival takes place in a relaxed country setting on 65 acres of open space in the mountains east of Chico.

Beyond the music, HSMF offers craft brews, artisanal cocktails and cuisine, daily parades, accommodating Family Village, a community swimming pool, on-site yoga, pilates, plus guided meditations.

Four-day passes are available on the festival website; including FestivALL VIP packages, RV passes, and parking passes.

Lineup:
Greensky Bluegrass
Jim James (with his full band)
St. Paul & The Broken Bones
Galactic
Pigeons Playing Ping Pong
Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe presents Eat a Bunch of Peaches
The Marcus King Band
ALO
The Polish Ambassador
The Nth Power
Jennifer Hartswick Band
Cris Jacobs Band
Cha Wa
Ron Artis II & The Truth