Night at the Grange with Sideline

Date: Saturday, February 23, 2019
Time: 7:00 PM
Calendar2/23/2019 6:00:00 PM2/23/2019 6:00:00 PMAmerica/Los_AngelesNight at the Grange with Sideline At Morgan Hill Grange40 EAST 4TH STREET , Morgan Hill, CA 95037Website:

Morgan Hill Grange
Morgan Hill, CA 95037
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Phone: (408) 595-4882
Tickets for this event are no longer available online.
There are plenty of tickets available at the gate with the exception of RV full hookups spaces which are sold out . There are a very limited number of RV Electric Only spaces and these normally sell out. With those two restrictions, there is plenty of dry RV and Tent camping spaces.
Bluegrass returns to Morgan Hill

Sideline to perform at the Grange 

7:00 PM - 10:00 PM  doors open 6:00 PM

Sideline has been enjoying a #1 single, Thunder Dan, from Front and Center, which will be released on Friday, April 27 on the Mountain Home label. A video for the tune is currently in rotation on The Country Network and Bluegrass Ridge. Jason, Steve, and Skip, have a collective 300+ appearances on the Grand Ole Opry and Skip is a 5-time Grammy nominee with his family, Cherryholmes.

Each February the CBA produces a major concert event in the Metro San Jose Area. Held at the historical Grange Hall in Morgan Hill, the night of music focuses on the brightest and freshest light in the national bluegrass sky scape. One word of advice...order your tickets early for the Night at the Grange. We ALWAYS sell out.

About the Morgan Hill Grange
The Ryman of the West Coast? Well maybe not the Ryman auditorium of Nashville fame, but the Morgan Hill Grange will take you back to a time when peo- ple gathered as a community, and everyone knew your name. The old Grange Hall at 40 E. 4th Street in Morgan Hill just bleeds that sense of community, music, friendship and warmth. When you walk up the creaky entrance stairs and smell the aroma of pies emanating from the kitchen, hear the greeting of your friends, see the pictures on the wall of Morgan Hill from a century ago, you move back in time. The old converted school house tells you that you are in for a great evening of music and friends. A setting where bluegrass music should be played...must be played.

In the 16 years we have held concerts there, the bands always tell me it is one of their favorite places to play for the reasons just stated. Most of these national bands started their careers in little venues like the Grange and they feel that spiritual connection with the audience. It elevates them and the performance.

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