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High Pine Whiskey Yell - Sockeye Alehouse!

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Sockeye Alehouse, 36th Street, Boise

Saturday 4-13 fun starts at 11:00 AM and goes until closing! HPWY plays from 6:00 to 8:00… live music during the day, games prizes, screen printing and beer! Forecast is mid 70s… event is at Sockeye Alehouse on 36th Street in Boise. This place is awesome… tell your friends, get on your bikes and make it an event. #livemusic #bluegrass #craftbeer #saturday #mandolin #banjo #mountaingrass #dobro @sockeyebrew #boise

High Pine Whiskey Yell

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Treefort Music Fest - Treeline Bus #1

Treefort Music Fest on the Treeline Bus #1! We will be playing an all acoustic set as we ride around on a bus in downtown Boise. This is part of the Treefort and a prelude to our show on Saturday March 23rd from 9:00 to 10:00 at Payette Brewing Company. The bus is free... so come and get on the bus but buy Treefort ticket and catch all the shows!

Bikes Beers & Blue Grass - Pine Hearts & High Pine Whiskey Yell

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Tamarack , 311 Village Dr., Tamarack

BIKES, BREWS & BLUEGRASS Starting: Sunday, Sep 3 2023 at 1:00PM Ending: Sunday, Sep 3 2023 at 5:00PM Back for its third year, Bikes, Brews & Bluegrass is an instant classic! A fun afternoon with friends and family gathered to enjoy local beer from guest breweries with live music, and a big end of season sale on 2023 retail/bikes! Your ticket purchase will get you a 5oz commemorative tasting cup and 5 tokens for beer tastings. Additional beer tastings can be purchased at the event. Make sure to bring your own chairs as seating is limited. Guests must be 21+ to purchase tasting cups and beer, otherwise this is a free family friendly event! We are excited to welcome bluegrass bands The Pine Hearts and High Pine Whiskey to help us celebrate.

Hermit Music Festival

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Indian Creek Winery, 1000 N McDermott Rd, Kuna

Kick-off is downtown Barbarian Brewing in Boise on the 31st! HPWY plays Thursday so don’t miss it. Ticket link below! This is an awesome festival… come on!

We are so happy to announce the full lineup ... and please share this beautiful poster artwork by Sarah Terrell - 2023 is our 9th iteration of Hermit, Please join us - tickets at www.hermitmusicfest.com

The event is LABOR DAY WEEKEND in downtown Boise (Thur, Fri, Mon and Indian Creek Winery Sat and Sun) - camping is still available but limited. Tickets limited! Featured performances by: Buddy DeVore & the Faded Cowboys Bill Coffey & His Cash Money Cousins Great American Trainwreck Dave Helmer Band Boise Rock School Emily Tipton Music Hillfolk Noir Hillstomp Jeff Crosby Quinn DeVeaux David Henry Sather-Smith Jenny Parrott Sweet Gary Crystal City Dave Helmer Floating Witch's Head Ragged Coyote Hurdy Gurdy Girls Spike Coggins music Ryan Curtis Eilen Jewell Jenny Don't And The Spurs The Snarlin' Yarns The Pine Hearts Timmy The Teeth Matt Mitchell Music Co. Janis Carper Ava Honey Lonesome Jetboat Ramblers High Pine Whiskey Yell Storyforward Surel's Place Modern Hotel and Bar Tejano Outlaw Mike Coykendall Dustin Morris Music Dry Buck Angel Abaya Jonathan Warren and The Billy Goats Jake Freeman DeJongh The Heligoats James Dean Kindle & the Eastern Oregon Playboys Country Club Music Scott Knickerbocker Music AND many more - please tag folks that we missed because the tagging was a little challenging <3 Hermit Music Festival and Junkerdash Records

Oh my... Hillstomp is playing on the Creek... we are opening with a 45 minute set and then we get to rock out with this incredible duo! Check it out!

Portland Oregon junkbox blues duo HILLSTOMP is infamous for digging through the dumps and forgotten backwoods of American music, recycling traditional elements into a refreshing and distinctive brand of do-it-yourself hill country blues stomp. North Mississippi trance blues, a bit of Appalachia, and a dash of punkabilly come clanging and tumbling from assorted buckets, cans and BBQ lids, all drenched in rambunctious slide guitar. Somehow it works.

Despite their homemade instruments and novel approach, Hillstomp is no novelty act.

Hillstomp’s memorable live performances tap into a magic that cannot be rehearsed, converting outlaws and traditionalists alike from skeptics into preachers.