Gallatin Road Productions announces the line-up for the first Extradition Music Festival!
August 12 – The first day of the festival will be marked by the launch of two books, one fiction and non-fiction, on Johnny Cash’s famous lyric about the Biggest Little City, and followed by a Honky Tonk Hangover show.
WHEN: Thurday, August 12 at 6:00 PM
WHERE: Sierra Tap House
August 13 – The second night of the festival will be kicked off by a show co-headlined by southern California-based Americana rockers Dawes and Langhorne Slime, with The Donkeys, Buster Blue, and My Flag is on Fire opening. Proceeds will benefit the UNR Wolf Pack Veterans.
WHEN: Friday, August 13; Doors open at 9:00 PM
WHERE: The Underground Showroom
COST: $12 (Purchase Tickets)
August 14 – The third night of the festival hits the fast-paced notes of rockabilly and western swing with Big Sandy and the Fly-Rite Boys headlining the show and Leroy Virgil and the Loaded Dice, The Cheatin’ Hearts, and The Cowbelleros in support.
WHEN: Saturday, August 14; Doors open at 9:00 PM
WHERE: The Alley in Victorian Square, Sparks
COST: $15 (Purchase Tickets)
August 15 – The festival closes with Alt-Country legend Jay Farrar (of Uncle Tupelo and Son Volt fame) with local Alt-Country bands Hellbound Glory and The Bindle Stiffs opening.
WHEN: Sunday, August 15; Doors open at 5:00 PM
WHERE: Hawkins Amphitheater at Bartley Ranch
COST: $35 for reserved seats; $25 for lawn (Purchase Tickets)