MUSIC IN THE VINES - SUMMER 2013 - THE STAVES FEATURING MUSIKANTO

Date: 
Saturday - June 15, 2013
Time: 
5;30pm
Location: 
The Cave Amphitheatre - 2620 Draper Road
Entry Fee: 
$20 presale/$25 day of
  • Doors open at 5:30pm Concert starts at 7:00pm
  • Plan to walk & drive on our scenic gravel roads & have a great night outdoors among the vines!
  • Wine will be available for puchase by the glass & bottle. Cash & Credit Cards accepted
  • No outside beverage.
  • No refunds, concert proceeds rain or shine.

.Featured food vendors are CASH ONLY:

Bike MS Team Gilbert Cellars Dinner: $8 a plate

BBQ flank steak and chicken legs

Roasted cauliflower quinoa salad

Pinto beans

Bread with herb butter

Iced tea

Additional: berry cobbler $3 a bowl

Tacos by La Casita, $1 each.

PURCHASE TICKETS ONLINE HERE or tickets can be purchased at the Tasting Room at 5 N. Front St or by calling 509.249.9049 x 2. 

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"Theirs is songwriting as striking as it is exquisite, a melding of still, bright English folk and sublime West Coast pop

Emily, Jessica, and Camilla Staveley-Taylor have been making music together since they were children, growing up in Watford, England. Brought up in a house that echoed to the sounds of Simon & Garfunkel, Crosby, Stills & Nash and The Beatles, singing in perfect 3-part harmony came naturally to these three sisters.Having started gigging in local pubs and cafes, The Staves are now captivating audiences on much bigger stages - earning rapturous encores with their exquisite songs of love & longing. Guaranteed to give you goosebumps, their extraordinary intertwining voices melt the most cynical of hearts."

The rise and rise of sibling trio The Staves over the last 18 months has been nothing short of meteoric.   Their debut album 'Dead & Born & Grown' received near faultless reviews from the likes of Clash, Mojo,  Uncut, and Q – while The Independent called the album "magical;" The Guardian, "perfectly gorgeous;" and The Sunday Times, "a debut of stellar beauty and hidden depths."  Aside from selling out their own headline tours, they have also performed as main support to the likes of Bon Iver, The Civil Wars, and Ben Howard. The Staves' live reputation is truly second-to-none, with their exquisite songwriting and close harmonies capable of plunging an audience into awed silence.