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7/10 Fri and 7/11 Sat - Atomic Sherpas play on Saturday 7/11! INFO: This is a beautiful homegrown music festival that brings together bluegrass, punk rock, psychedelic, reggae, alternative, funk, country, rock... whatever is intersting and cool, in an extremely relaxed and buccolic setting. Everybody we know that goes says "why the hell haven't I been going all along?". The people that run it are as cool and nice people as you will ever meet, the hang is so chill that you don't know how they do it, you can bring your own chow and drinkees in coolers and camp and it's so damn low cost... and if you just want to bring your tent and wallet, there's grub and coffee to be bought from vendors... and hell, if you don't want to camp, there's lodging a hop skip and jump away.Tickets Save
Bio: Bootstrap Circus combines rock, folk, ska and eastern European influences to create music that is both energetic and richly melodic. The eclectic songwriting of Adam Burns reflects his passion for the bluesy melodies of Jack White, the lyrical wit of Elvis Costello and the unbridled energy of The...See Full Bio
Bootstrap Circus has a show on 02/14/2015 at 07:00 PM @ Evergreen Lodge in Groveland, CA http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5kx7cq #concert
“This Mariposa, Calif., band has a distinct sound that draws from the influences of ska, rock, folk, gospel and what I would call surf-rock. The four-piece band — guitar, bass, drums and violin — is melodic, energetic and down-right fun. And the playful wit of frontman Adam Burns doesn’t hurt, either. This band is polished and has a genuine rapport. They have wonderful stage presence born from their warm connection with each other that draws in the audience. The set includes catchy songs such as “Mad,” about the fear of being locked in mental hospital, “Sunsets and Shooting Stars,” about a robot falling in love with a girl, and “The Rescue,” an instrumental that is the soundtrack to a movie the singer made for his wife. Between songs, there’s fun interplay between the band members and lots of stories about the music.”