The Music Festival is a one-day event on the 4th of July at Atascadero Lake Park
ATASCADERO — Atascadero’s annual 4th of July Music Festival will take place on Monday, July 4, from 4-8 pm at Atascadero Lake Park. Celebrate Independence Day lakeside under giant shady oak trees with three great musical acts in a night of music, food, drinks, vendors, family fun, amusements and a playground.
The music festival will feature many varieties of American music, sharing the diverse and varied musical traditions that are the musical fabric of the United States, including folk, gospel, country, blues, rhythm and blues, rock and roll, and other musicals. influences. New this year will be a collaborative set with all the bands playing classic songs celebrating the 4th of July.
Music begins at 4 pm with the Chris Keith Band, featuring Brad Elijah, followed by Brittain and Silva, ending with Bremen Town.
The legendary Chris Keith Band will perform this year, featuring songs with Brad Elijah, returning for the second year in a row. Chris Keith Band will bring a mix of rockin’ Nashville style originals from Nashville recording artist Chris Keith, singer-songwriter Jesse Keith, bassist Frank Paredes and Steve Hilstein on drums. Next, Brad Elijah will bring a soft pop/rock style, with influences from Neil Diamond, Bill Withers, Barry Manilow and Lionel Ritchie.
Brittain y Silva, a duo consisting of world-renowned instrumentalist Eric Brittain and acoustic master Paul Silva, Jr., are excited to be a part of the Atascadero July 4th Music Festival, where their grounded acoustic sound will delight Many. Their music ranges from early ’70s folk-rock to traditional blues, country, and bluegrass, with some original jams for fun.
The Music Festival ends with Bremen Town, a folk band from the American Central Coast and a crowd favorite. For over a decade, the city of Bremen has been seen playing its signature American/folk sound on California’s beautiful central coast. Featuring Thomas Zaldivar on guitar, Kaytee Greenaway on banjo, Sarah Blick on violin, and Jim Highland on ukulele bass. You can hear notable influences from Alison Krauss & Union Station, Avett Brothers, Dawes, and the Turnpike Troubadours in his unique instrumentation, dynamic harmonies, and high-energy performances.
General admission is free. However, if you want to get closer to the music, there is a VIP area reserved for $10 per person. To secure coveted front-row seats, it’s $20 for VIP Plus. Tickets are available online at Atascadero4thofJuly.org.
This is an annual fundraiser for Atascadero Colony Days, and the committee thanks the following sponsors and their support: Avila Traffic, City of Atascadero, Visit Atascadero, the Atascadero Printery, Hopper Media, Greenaway Appraisals, and The Hope Chest Emporium.
For more information visit Atascadero4thofJuly.org.
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