We're excited to bring back Music in the Meadow this summer! Come early for games and disc golf and stick around for the music in our meadow! Enjoy dinner from Ricochet Food Truck. No outside alcoholic beverages allowed. Saturdays 6 - 9pm unless otherwise noted.
May 28 | Cory Branan, Nashville
Cory Branan has proven himself as a top-notch songwriter, and a hyperdynamic performer with the ability to fingerpick finer than ‘60s Greenwich Village folkies and brutally strum like a proto punk shredder.
June 11 | Michael Rock & Echo Canyon, Sacramento
Hippie country, cosmic americana, and folk rock music. Inspired by artists including Neil Young, Gram Parsons, The Byrds, & Waylon Jennings, the upbeat sound of Echo Canyon features the iconic pedal steel guitar and will leave you tapping your toe or looking for the nearest dance partner.
June 18 | Horsemouth, North Tahoe
A rock-reggae group out of North Tahoe, Horsemouth blends island sound with an aggressive edge. Their electric guitar and drums create a party-friendly vibe.
June 25 | Everyday Outlaw, North Tahoe
A traditional Honky Tonk Country line up of Acoustic Guitar, Telecaster, Pedal Steel, Fender Bass and Drums, topped off with haunting vocals and a heavy dose of attitude. This band is sure to move you to your feet and pull at your heartstrings in the same evening.
July 2 | The Tens, Los Angeles
The Tens began as a busking band and spent its formative years refining their raw, funky, soul sound on the corners of L.A.’s most iconic intersections.
July 9 | The Johnson Party, Truckee
A musical collective who are ambassadors of the California Mountain Music sound, a style that fuses elements of reggae, rock, Americana, blues, and soul and advocates for a vibrant outdoor lifestyle and a deep respect for mother nature.
July 16 | Nathan Ignacio, Modesto
Nathan Ignacio is a one-man band who finds inspiration in the old sounds of blues, folk and Americana. He plays his own songs and favorite covers.
July 23 | Pints for Pups & 86 Proof, Plumas County
A dog loving small-time band of complex personalities. Some might say cockeyed optimists hailing from the Lost Sierras. Bringing you an eclectic booty shaking, boot stomping mix of jam grass, country, rock and Blues music that will rock your socks off.
July 30 | The Electric, Reno
The Electric is a power trio dead-set on bringing rock-n-roll to the people (at least those people who like to boogie). Think high energy, fist-pumpin’, power ballads, sweaty T-shirts and tight jeans. Think rock-n-roll.
August 6 | Free Peoples, Bay Area
An eclectic blend of folk, rock, soul, and jazz. Guaranteed to get you moving and grooving. Free Peoples brings you 21 years of original music that will take you to Mars and back.
August 13 | Big Mable & the Portholes
Specializing in face melting songs of the sea, Big Mable is a bit like the Beatles meeting the Temptations while fighting Blackbeard. Get ready to soak in the atmosphere as the band takes its audience on a nautical voyage through a musical fun bath of sea shanties, pub tunes and sing alongs.
August 20 | Arnold Mitchem Band
In his life journeys through the American landscape, its always been about the music. A touring musician, sideman, solo artist, or poet he’s plaved with and learned from the best from Jeff Buckley to Danny Carey and John Humphrey to Chris Whitley.
August 27 | Danny Horton
Danny is a local singer and songwriter who has been playing music professionally for over 20 years. Danny began his solo career in 2015 and plays outlaw country and folk rock.
September 3 | Metal Echo, Carson City
Metal Echo is a female-fronted rock cover band. They'll perform their favorite songs from the past four decades from artists like Metallica, Soundgarden, Led Zeppelin, Iron Maiden, Dio, Guns N' Roses, Alice in Chains, Jane’s Addiction, Stone Temple Pilots, Black Sabbath, Smashing Pumpkins, Deftones, Tool, Judas Priest and more! Metal Echo has performed with the founders of Seattle grunge—Mud Honey.
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Please note: We do not allowing camping at the brewery but there are some great options nearby. Plumas Eureka State Park is the closest. Here's some info on additional nearby camping options:
Previous Performances at The Lair
- Oct 2 | Loud at The Lair
- Sept 25 | Cory Branan
- Sept 4 | Metal Echo
- Aug 28 | Big Mable & the Portholes
- Aug 14 | Sneaky Creatures
- Jul 25 | Full Blast
- Jul 24 | Michael McSherry
- Jul 3 | The Tens
- Jul 17 | Mike McQuinn
- Jun 26 - 86 Proof
- Jun 12 - Jack Danny
- Sept 7 - me&you, Sacramento
- Sept 1 - Metal Echo, Carson City
- Aug 24 - Lumbercat, Quincy
- Aug 17 - The Midnight Dip, Davis
- July 27 - Hip Shakers
- July 26 - Jack Danny, Blairsden
- July 13 - The Tens, Los Angeles
- July 6 - Los Pinguos, Buenos Aires
- June 29 - Nathan Ignacio, Modesto
- June 23 - Cory Branan, Nashville
- June 15 - Lost Sierra Ramblers, Quincy
- June 8 - Horsemouth, North Lake Tahoe
- May 26 - me&you, Sacramento
- August 31 - Jack Danny
- August 17 - Failure Machine, Reno
- August 10 - The Tens, Los Angeles
- July 27 - Mel & Gia, Reno
- July 13 - Nathan Ignacio, Modesto
- July 4 - Pope Paul and the Illegals, Santa Ana
- June 23 - Cory Branan, Nashville, TN
- June 16 - Joy & Madness, Sacramento
- June 9 - Metal Echo, Carson City
- May 26 - Free Peoples, Bay Area
- October 21 - All Good Funk Alliance, Alexandria, VA
- October 7 - Failure Machine, Reno
- September 24 - The Tens, Los Angeles
- August 20 - The Tens, Los Angeles
- October 10 - Joy & Madness, Sacramento