Rock 'n' Ridge Weekend

AGES 21+

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Our new bar will be open at 2 pm! Just a reminder – the upstairs level is CASH ONLY. Cards may be used downstairs in the Tasting Room.

FOOD TRUCK: Stuffed to the Grills

2:00 -5:00 PM
Barrel House 4 is the equivalent to the power of a 1963 Split Window Corvette combined with the Finesse & Maneuverability of 2018 7-Series BMW… That’s what you get when you combine Brian Berlanda, Doug Brown & Pat Powers into a band and add in their special guests!!! The band covers many of your favorite Classic Rock Tunes, to Classic and Contemporary Blues, as well as their own Original Rockin’ Tunes… This band will keep you on your feet dancing, singing and having a blast the entire show!!!
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5:30 – 8:30 PM
Hailing from southeastern Pennsylvania, The Youngers were founded in 1999. They have recorded at the Cash Cabin in Tennessee, with an all-star lineup of guest musicians including Laura Cash on fiddle, Ronnie McCoury of the Del McCoury Band on mandolin, and the late pedal-steel legend Ralph Mooney. They have shared stages with the late Levon Helm at one of his famed “Midnight Rambles,” as well as opening for Marty Stuart, Lee Rocker, David Allen Coe and Wayne Hancock. Their music has been featured on NPR, Sirius Radio, and Cowboy Jack Clement’s Radio Show. Heritage also received glowing reviews by Vintage Guitar Magazine and the Philadelphia Inquirer. 
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FOOD TRUCK: Pop’s Original

2:00 – 5:00 PM
Swamp Guard is a folkish style band from Macungie, PA. They play a mix of their original songs and cover songs from the 70s, 80s, 90s, and today. They consist of two guitar players and a violin player. The band is very fun and high energy live.
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5:30 – 8:30 PM
“Blazing an unrivaled path through the local Pennsylvanian bar and festival scene… Uncle Jake & the 18 Wheel Gang can be seen performing songs that have traditionally been originals, alongside some more tunes that are originally traditionals that can be heard reverberating out of the heart of most town and city folk alike, from any mountain tavern, campfire, or late night stage across this side of the continent.”

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