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High Sierra Music Festival 2017 Lineup Announcement

The 2017 High Sierra Music Festival once again will take place at Plumas-Sierra Fairgrounds in Quincy, California on June 29 – July 2. Today, organizers confirmed the second batch of artists performing at the long-running multi-day event.

STS9, Andrew Bird, Snarky Puppy, The Greyboy Allstars, and Hard Working Americans are among the acts announced today set to play this summer’s festival.

WHERE IS HIGH SIERRA MUSIC FESTIVAL LOCATED?
Plumas County Fairgrounds, East Quincy, California, United States

FEATURING:

High Sierra Music Festival 2017 Lineup: Trey Anastasio Band (Two Sets) • Ween • STS9 • Andrew Bird • Snarky Puppy • Galactic • Mike Gordon • The Greyboy Allstars • Hard Working Americans • Deer Tick • The Travelin’ McCourys • Keller Williams’ Grateful Gospel • The Record Company • White Denim • Jeff Austin Band • Cory Henry & The Funk Apostles • Ott & The All-Seeing I • Con Brio • Fruition • Keller Williams (Solo) • Earth, Wind & Power (The Nth Power, TAB Horns & More) • Dopapod • The Suffers • The Werks • Carolyn Wonderland • Phutureprimitive • Aoife O’Donovan (Solo) • Billy Strings • River Whyless • The Nth Power • I Draw Slow • Bokante • The Lil’ Smokies • Polyrhythmics • Jerry Joseph & The Jackmormons • Afrolicious • Gene Evaro Jr. • Big Something • Achilles Wheel • Kat Myers & The Buzzards

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