High Sierra Music Festival Announces Late Night Programming And Welcomes Orgōne to the Lineup

Article Contributed by IVPR | Published on Wednesday, March 13, 2024

Some of the most memorable sets in High Sierra Music Festival’s three-decades-running history have taken place after the California sun had set; way after—sometimes when it was on the verge of rising again. And this year’s late-night lineups, announced today, will undoubtedly follow suit. Tickets for Thursday night’s Cool Cool Cool and The Polish Ambassador, Friday’s The Floozies and Jason Leech, Saturday’s Ghost-Note and Eddie Roberts & the Lucky Strokes, and Sunday’s Magic Beans and Orgōne are available for purchase now.

The aforementioned Orgōne, a pillar of West Coast soul music who recently collaborated in the studio with another HSMF artist She She She, is the newest add to the stacked HMSF ‘24 lineup which includes the already announced Primus, Ziggy Marley, Greensky Bluegrass, Jerry Harrison & Adrian Belew of the Talking Heads, the Allman Betts Band, Larkin Poe, The California Honeydrops, Marty Stuart & His Fabulous Superlatives, Cimafunk, The Floozies, The Polish Ambassador, She She She, ALO, Shinyribs, Eggy, Bombino, Ghost-Note, Cris Jacobs Band, Steve Poltz, AJ Lee & Blue Summit, Sam Grisman Project, The Mountain Grass Unit, Big Richard, The Sensational Barnes Brothers, Dogs in a Pile, Melt, Eddie Roberts & The Lucky Strokes, Cool cool cool, Holly Bowling, Magic Beans, Jackie Venson, High Step Society, Jerry Joseph, Scott Pemberton Trio, Jason Leech, Handmade Moments, Scott Amendola & The Sticklerphonics, Anna Moss & The Nightshades, Joe Hertler & The Rainbow Seekers, Fireside Collective, Madeline Hawthrone, Glitterfox, and The Chris Chandler Show. The festival’s esteemed artists at large for 2024 are Lebo and Scott Pemberton.

"We couldn't be more proud of this year's ‘something for everyone’ lineup,” says High Sierra producer and co-founder, Rebecca Sparks. “Whether you like rock, reggae, jazz, or bluegrass, we've got a power-packed lineup to please all tastes. We’re looking forward to continuing everyone's favorite traditions such as daily yoga and midnight fire shows, and we’re hoping folks will come a few days early or stay late to enjoy what beautiful Plumas County has to offer!"

Tickets are on-sale now and fans are encouraged to act fast as prices will tick up to the next cost tier on March 18, 2024. 4-day passes, as well as RV camping and VIP are available here.

More About High Sierra Music Festival: Priding itself on a diverse musical lineup, one-of-a-kind intimate artist “playshops,” and legendary sit-ins and surprises throughout the weekend, HSMF remains the live music fan mainstay—a home away from home to pilgrimage to each year for a community experience of musical chances taken, all day and all night, on stages big and small. From the Grandstand Stage to the “don’t let out the air-conditioning” doors of the High Sierra Music Hall, festival-goers spend every day celebrating old traditions, as well as forging new ones each and every year. Craft brews and artisanal cocktails and cuisine to satisfy any appetite can be found around the clock, and kids never get bored of the daily parades, engaging Family Zone, and the always-popular community swimming pool right next door. High Sierra Music Festival continues to be the cradle of exciting music in the picturesque locale of Plumas-Sierra Fairgrounds in Quincy, CA—located an easy distance from major airports in Reno, the San Francisco Bay Area, and Sacramento.

For travel FAQs and more information, please check the HSMF website and Facebook page.