JULY 5 & 6 | 2024



Jenni & Jesse

Crossing paths for the first time at a music festival in the Northern California hills, Jenni and Jesse set off on a musical journey that has spanned over a decade.

Intertwining elements of folk, classic country, bluegrass and rock, they perform a diverse set that is both engaging and endearing. Both songwriting and vocal harmonies bend the ear and settle within the soul.

Hailing from Lake Tahoe, we are pleased to have their immense talent for the third year.

Daniel Alan

Originally from Memphis TN, Daniel brings his true country roots to every event with high energy hits from all the current chart toppers. Playing modern pop country, he has shared the stage with some of the biggest names in music today. Having performed with Luke Combs, Drake White, Josh Turner, Ashley McBryde, Joe Nicols and many more, Daniel has gained a following of loyal fans. His original music has also been featured on the hit Netflix show, The Ranch, with Ashton Kutcher.

Recently, AXS shared these thoughts about Cory:  

"Cory Waller & The Wicked Things are budding talents in the Midwest country scene. Hard work and honesty are at the center of the band's sound and songwriting. Primary songwriter and lead singer Cory Waller writes candid portrayals built from years of life, love, ups, downs, marriage and fatherhood. Taking inspiration from Jason Isbell, John Mellencamp, and Blackberry Smoke - Cory now forges his own musical path.

Raised in rural Iowa, Waller grew up playing music in punk, metal, rock and country bands - all just stepping stones to his curren musical adventure. Foreman at K&D Painting by day, band leader by night, Cory is backed by a band of his favorite heroes and friends-The Wicked Things to deliver a new and fresh sound to accompany this moment in time."

With great passion and talent to share, we are pleased to bring

Cory Waller &

The Wicked Things

to our showcase venue in Mammoth Lakes!

Logan Halstead

After teenage songsmith Logan Halstead's Appalachian Anthem went viral, Journalist Matt Wickstrom said; "Appalachian country music has seen a resurgence in the past decade thanks to artists such as Tyler Childers, Sturgill Simpson, Christ Stapleton and others. Their success has acted as a wrecking ball, knocking open a massive door of opportunity not only for themselves, but also every other starving artist who calls the region home. One of those artists benefiting has been Logan Halstead.  

The 19-year-old, hailing from near West Virginia-Kentucky state line, champions the good and illuminates the bad of Appalachia with lyrics wise beyond his years."

We are thrilled to have Logan join our line-up in Mammoth Lakes. Come and enjoy the talent and thoughtful song writing inspiration from his debut album "Dark Black Coal."