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Dry Diggings Festival 2021 with Dirty Heads, The Green & More on Friday, August 27, and/or Saturday, August 28

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A two-day music festival at the base of the Sierra Nevada mountain range showcases reggae-rock-pop artists including The Dirty Heads

About This Deal

  • General admission
  • Children 10 and under are free with a paid adult

  • Covid policy :

Due to public health order, all attendees will be required to show proof of vaccination or a negative test to enter the premises.

Dry Diggings Music Festival

Friday’s line-up: The Green, Tribal Seeds, The Expendables, Josh Heinrichs, Arise Roots, Thrive, Sensi Trails

  • Tribal Seeds: San Diego brothers Steven Rene Jacobo and Tony-Ray Jacobo blend rock, roots, and reggae for a sound they describe as “spiritually driven”
  • The Expendables: The reggae-rock band behind the hard-hitting “Down, Down, Down” has toured with Slightly Stoopid and Rebelution.
  • Josh Heinrichs: The former leader of the indie act Jah Roots and head of GanJah Records, Josh habitually tops the Amazon and iTunes Reggae Charts with breezy albums such as Josh Heinrichs and Friends and his latest EP, High on Love.
  • Thrive is a hybrid-reggae band whose sound incorporates elements of pop and rock music and their first released album, Gratitude Attitiude, in 2010 shot into the top five on iTunes Reggae charts and helped establish Thrive as a regional touring act.
  • Also performing: The Green

Saturday’s lineup: Dirty Heads, Collie Buddz, Common Kings, Hirie, Tomorrow’s Bad Seeds, Indubious, Artikal Sound System, Two Peace

  • The Dirty Heads: Championing peace and positivity, the punk-rap-reggae outfit summons the spirit of Sublime and their native Huntington Beach in groove-driven hits such as “Lay Me Down,” “Cabin by the Sea,” and “My Sweet Summer.”
  • Collie Buddz: Born in New Orleans but raised in Bermuda, Collie’s first single, “Come Around,” initially charted in the UK, hit it big in Jamaica, then caught the ear of Busta Rhymes. But Busta’s not his only famous friend—check out 2014’s “Yesterday,” featuring Riff Raff and Snoop Dogg for proof.
  • Common Kings: the group seamlessly weaves its global influences into a tapestry of upbeat pop reggae rock. They released their full-length debut album Lost in Paradise in early 2017.
  • Hirie: With stints living in Hawaii and The Philippines, Hirie holds a deep love for island music. At 19, she immersed herself into the genre as a singer and songwriter, creating reggae hits such as “I Wanna Be” and “Renegade.
  • Tomorrow’s Bad Seeds: This Hermosa Beach five-piece conjures laid-back reggae-rock on tracks including “One Way” and “Only for You.”
  • ARTIKaL Sound System: This quartet-of-chill recently rode its blend of roots, rocks, and reggae toward the top of the Billboard reggae charts with 2015’s Inversions, which peaked at #2.

Fine Print

Promotional value expires Aug 29, 2021. Refundable only within 24 hours of purchase. Limit 8/person, subject to ticket availability. ADA seating cannot be guaranteed; contact box office prior to purchase for availability. Ticket value includes all fees. Redeem for a ticket at venue box office. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is the issuer of tickets - any discount reflects prices provided by Merchant, which may change.. Due to public health order, all attendees will be required to show proof of vaccination or a negative test to enter the premises. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services. Offer is not eligible for our promo codes or other discounts.

About Dry Diggings Festival 2021 with Dirty Heads, The Green, Collie Buddz & More