High energy, progressive, original Americana music, Colorado style.
The Sweet Lillies are bringing String-Americana to our open-air pavilion stage. Combining folk, blues, bluegrass and classical music of String sounds and harmonic vocals, with memorable, evocative, conscious raising lyrics and danceable uplifting melodies.
Shows are socially and responsibly distanced with a limited number of first come, first served tickets available.
FEEDING THE HUNGRY: Our shows are always food drive events! Please bring two non-perishable food items per person for entry.
DOORS: 5PM | SHOW 6PM
SPACE: Everyone is in a different place with this pandemic. Be respectful. Be kind. We want you all to feel safe. If you feel you do not have enough space, come talk to staff and security personally so we may find you more space. Masks will be required at all times when not in your space (even if you're vaccinated) until Boulder County restrictions lift.
DANCING: will be allowed at your seat. However, all guests must respect their neighbors personal space and give each other 6' while doing so. Always remain within arms-length of your table. Wandering or congregating in front of the stage is currently not allowed. No exceptions. Warning to the butterflies and hummingbirds: you may be required to take a seat in your assigned space altogether.
SEATING/SPECIAL REQUESTS: Please come early. Only complete parties will be sat (in order of arrival) and we can no longer "hold tables". Per-covid guidelines, we may not exceed the maximum 10 person/per table threshold. Larger parties with adjacent tables must agree to maintain 6' distance and avoid table-hopping.
We will always do our best to accommodate email reservations @ wibbybrewing.com questions so that we may do our best to accommodate you on this very special afternoon. Please come early to aid in this effort.
WEATHER: Forecast is currently unknown, but please plan accordingly for Colorful Colorado weather. RAIN or SHINE. No Refunds.
Curious to learn more about the artist? The Sweet lillies acoustic string-band lineup of guitar, viola, and upright bass is given flight by ethereal, vocal harmonies that float like a dream.
The Sweet Lillies' music has an uncommonly beautiful String-Americana style.
Over the years they have been joined onstage by a number of legendary performers including, Sam Bush, George Porter Jr., Peter Rowan, Sally Van Meter, Andy Hall from the Infamous Stringdusters, Kyle Hollingsworth and Jason Hahn from the String Cheese Incident, Jennifer Hartswick, and Natalie Cressman from the Trey Anastasio Band, among many others. Andy Thorn from Leftover Salmon, has also sat in on many of those live adventures.
Since forming in 2013 the Sweet Lillies have released two albums, 2016’s self-titled release, and 2018’s A Lighter Hue produced by Leftover Salmon’s Vince Herman. They are set to release their new album, Common Ground, produced by Railroad Earth’s Tim Carbone.