This summer’s lineup is unbelievable with all different styles of music filling the Friday night skies.
Friday, June 8th: Nearly Neil pays tribute to Neil Diamond as well as covers of songs everyone can sing along to.
Friday, June 15th: The Wells play acoustic, Country, Folk, Americana, Bluegrass, Gospel, and Pop.
Friday, June 22nd: The Hairfarmers, modern rock with incredible vocals percussion and guitar.
Friday, June 29: Big Dad Band plays popular covers of pop and rock songs that everyone will enjoy.
Friday, July 6th: Tim Hewitt, a solo acoustic performer with live-looping and popular covers.
Friday, July 13th: Bluesberry Jam, an 11-piece R & B and Jazz band that also plays rock and covers that you will love to sing along to.
Friday, July 20th: Jocelyn Pettit Band, a mix of folk and European music featuring the fiddle and step dancing which really excites and energizes the crowd.
Friday, July 27th: The Hairfarmers are back again to entertain you with their fun and entertaining music.
Friday, August 3rd: Ruckus Deluxe delivers the perfect combination of contemporary and
Friday, August 10th: Bluesberry Jam returns with their lovely jazz, and R & B.
Friday, August 17th: The Hairfarmers are back for another unforgettable night.
Friday, August 24th: Lovecoast Music, a 5-piece indie soul rock band with a little inspiration form the 70s.
Friday, August 31st: Mazacote, a world band with inspiration from Nicaragua, Colombia and Mozambique.
Friday, September 7th: The Hairfarmers are coming back for another lovely evening on the deck.
Friday, September 14th: Cam Salay will energize you with folk and soul.
Friday, September 21st: Sea to Sky Orchestra is filled with passionate players on string instruments.
The Mountain Music Series is the perfect way to spend a Friday evening. Music starts around 6 pm but get their early as seating is first come first serve and you are not able to make reservations ahead of time. Musicians will play until 9 pm. This is the fifth summer for the Mountain Music Series and it is quickly becoming a popular Friday night tradition.
For more information visit the Sea to Sky Gondola website.