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Jerry Bash 2016

August 6, 2016 @ 2:00 pm - 10:00 pm

- $22

 

 

The Miners Foundry presents Jerry Bash 2016 on Saturday, August 6th, at Pioneer Park in Nevada City, celebrating 51 Years of the Grateful Dead and Jerry Garcia’s birthday.  Jerry Bash 2016 is a community celebration featuring music, food, drinks, art, and vendors.  The festival will be from 2:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.  Music by The Ascenders, the Grateful Bluegrass Boys, Achilles Wheel, and Deadbeats.  Tickets are $22 for adults, $10 for 18 and under.  Advance tickets are available online, by phone or in person at the Miners Foundry, or in person at Briar Patch Co-Op.  Tickets will also be available at the show.  Ticketing fees may apply.

Featured Bands

The AscendersThe Ascenders are a multi-genre, multi-generational band from Chico, CA, playing music spanning from original material, RnB, rock n roll and Grateful Dead and upholding the majesty of music through jamming, shredding and experimental projects.

 

 

 

 

 

Grateful Bluegrass BoysGrateful Bluegrass Boys are a string band playing traditional Bluegrass versions of Classic Rock favorites from the Grateful Dead, Bob Dylan, Van Morrison, The Eagles, Rolling Stones and more.

These songs, combined with classic Bluegrass and Country tunes, consistently have audiences singing and dancing along the whole show.

 

 

 

 

 

Achilles Wheel Photo NewAchilles Wheel is a high energy Roots and World music/Rock and Roll band from Northern California, featuring award winning songwriting played on numerous stringed instruments and more drums than you can shake a stick at.  The quality of the band’s songwriting combined with stunning musicianship earned them spots at last year’s California Worldfest, The Strawberry Music festival, The Redwood Mountain Faire, The Redwood Ramble, Dead On The Creek, Railroad Earth’s Hangtown Halloween and a sold out show at Sierra Nevada Big Room in Chico, California.  If you love to dance and celebrate life, come see an Achilles Wheel show and make a joyful noise.

 

 

 

The DeadbeatsThe Deadbeats formed during the Summer of 1994 on the notion they could pull off some reasonable Grateful Dead covers.  Soon it was apparent the band was on to something, a certain indefinable sound and feel that really captures the essence of a Dead show.  Though band members have come and gone over the years, Tom, Paul, and Gary have remained the core of the band, providing a solid continuity to the Deadbeat sound.

 

 

 


Featured Vendors

Lime Tree.jpgLime Tree Jewelry & Designs

Handcrafted Art for the Body & Home
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CarolCarol’s Bead ‘N Booty

Quality Handmade Jewelry
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RockArte.jpgRockArte

Original Vintage Grateful Dead Art and Memorabilia

 

Happy Trails.jpgHappy Trails Tye Dye

Quality Tye Dye Clothing & Accessories

 

malinke_dohenyMalinke Imports

Handmade products from Africa

 

PeruvianThe Peruvian Outfitter

Handmade Peruvian Alpaca Shoes
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OneSixTwo.jpgONESIXTWO Cigar Box Guitars

Stringed instruments & amplifiers built from recycled & re-purposed materials
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Patty'sPatty’s Nice Tye-Dies

Tye-died Clothing

 

Alta Dominguez Memorabilia

Private Collection of Grateful Dead Items

 


Jerry Bash FAQs (updated often)

  • Food & Beverages

    Patrons are welcome to bring outside food and nonalcoholic beverages to the festival.  No glass may be brought into Pioneer Park.  No outside alcohol is allowed.  Alcohol may be purchased at the bar.  Food will also be available for purchase.  Coolers, picnic baskets, backpacks, and bags are subject to search.

  • Pets

    Well behaved pets are welcome.  For the safety of your pet as well as patrons and other pets, dogs must be leashed at all times.  The festival is loud and crowded, if loud noises are bothersome to your pooch, it’s best to make other arrangements.

  • Comfort & Safety

    The festival is loud and Pioneer Park can be warm in the sun.  You may wish to bring sunscreen and ear protection.  Free ear plugs will also be available at the bar.  Be sure to drink lots of water throughout the day.  Water may also be purchased at the bar.

  • Lodging

    Nevada City has many boutique hotels, bed and breakfast inns, and vacation rental homes.  For glamping within walking distance to Pioneer Park, we suggest The Inn Town Campground.

Details

Date:
August 6, 2016
Time:
2:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Cost:
$22
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Organizer

Miners Foundry
Phone:
(530) 265-5040
Website:
http://minersfoundry.org/

Venue

Pioneer Park
421 Nimrod St
Nevada City, CA 95959 United States
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Website:
http://gonevadacounty.com/attraction/pioneer-park/

Details

Date:
August 6, 2016
Time:
2:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Cost:
$22
Event Tags:
, , ,

Organizer

Miners Foundry
Phone:
(530) 265-5040
Website:
http://minersfoundry.org/

Venue

Pioneer Park
421 Nimrod St
Nevada City, CA 95959 United States
+ Google Map
Website:
http://gonevadacounty.com/attraction/pioneer-park/
* We accept Visa, MasterCard, or Discover by phone.
Doors open an hour before the event starting time. (unless noted otherwise)
Purchase tickets in person: visit the Miners Foundry Office Tuesday – Friday, from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM.
The Miners Foundry is located at 325 Spring Street, Nevada City, CA  95959.
The Ticket Office is located up the stairs just beyond the restrooms (enter the building through the double wooden doors).
Tickets are also generally available at Briar Patch Co-Op in Grass Valley.

POLICIES

All Sales are Final.  No Refunds or Exchanges.  Treat ticket as cash.
In the event of a cancellation for which there is no rescheduled date, a refund may be issued at the option of the Management.
All ticket purchases are subject to a $2.00 per ticket Historic Preservation Fee.
Additional fees may apply for online purchases and purchases at Briar Patch Co-Op.