Eastern Sierra Music Festival (ESMF) is planning to announce the headliners for its summer concerts during its upcoming Harvest Hoedown fundraiser, Saturday, Nov. 12th at Hidden Creeks Ranch in Bishop.
Festival organizers were able to finish negotiations with the headliners for the July 21-22 concerts earlier than expected, allowing for the announcement to come six weeks earlier than last year.
The Harvest Hoedown fundraiser combines good food, great fun and fabulous music by Tony Suraci, better known as “The Highway Man.” Suraci is a gifted vocalist who channels the spirits and voices of the original Highwaymen in a breathtaking performance.
He easily emulates all four of Outlaw Country’s favorite musical icons, — Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings and Kris Kristofferson.
ESMF invites you to enjoy the crisp autumn evening air amid the beauty of Hidden Creeks Ranch. Festivities include beer and wine tasting, a great meal and a fantastic Silent Auction.
If you would like to donate an item for the Silent Auction, please let organizers know at [email protected].
Tickets are limited and are on sale now starting at $70 per person or $500 for a table of eight. Early bird prices are in effect through Oct. 31st. Visitwww.wwmusicfest.org for details.
Tickets are also available at Cobwebs Antiques and KIBS-FM.
Proceeds from the Harvest Hoedown benefit Eastern Sierra Music Festival’s efforts to host a concert series each July at the Tri-County Fairgrounds in Bishop.
Proceeds from the concert series benefit ESMF’s chosen charity, Disabled Sports Eastern Sierra’s National Wounded Warrior Center, set to be built in Mammoth Lakes, California.
Please note there is no affiliation between the National Wounded Warrior Center and the National Wounded Warrior Project.