High Sierra plans 30th annual music fest in Quincy; tickets go on sale Dec. 16 – Plumas County Newspapers

Mountain Bliss is on the menu for the 30th Annual High Sierra! “It is with huge smiles on our faces that we welcome you back to High Sierra Music Festival,” said HSMF promoters. “To everyone who held on to tickets since 2019, thank you for keeping the dream alive. We are eternally grateful. We miss seeing the bliss light up your faces as you enter the festival for the first time on day one.”

HSMF staff and crew have also been waiting for the past couple years. It is a big important year for the festival to get their groove back, as the 30th anniversary of any music festival would be a pretty big deal. “So definitely bring all of your friends for a heckin’ good time on June 30th to July 3rd, 2022,” announced promoters.

Tickets to the 30th Annual High Sierra Music Festival go on sale at noon, Thursday, Dec. 16. VIP and RV passes are limited and always sell out, so a word to the wise for any who wish to secure thost, be prepared to act fast.

“We can’t wait to be back with you all after a two-year hiatus to celebrate the 30th Annual High Sierra Music Festival. We might even release the lineup sooner than later…just for fun,” said HSMF promoters.


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