Willamette Wineworks continues its weekly live music series Saturday night, May 11 with acoustic rock sensibilities performed by the Pleasant Valley Boys on stage at the Historic Folsom venue that offers a relaxing atmosphere along with fine wines and small plates to enjoy.

 The Pleasant Valley Boys have been performing traditional bluegrass the old fashioned way, into a single microphone since 2006. They entertain for weddings, corporate events and parties all over Northern California, including regular appearances at the Dixon Lambtown Festival and the big Father’s Day Festival in Grass Valley, they have even been featured on ABC Television. They have pleased crowds at the IBMA ‘Fan Fest’ in Kentucky, on Louisiana’s Abita Opry, at the International Bluegrass Music Museum’s River of Music Party in Kentucky, and even taken bluegrass abroad to Vietnam and France. 

According to their music bio, The Pleasant Valley Boys provide fun for all, with hot instrumental licks and sweet vocal harmonies, backed by a tight rhythm section, all packed into a fast paced, entertaining music show like you’ve never seen before.

The live music will begin at 5:30 p.m. and continue until 8:30 p.m. Reservation fees for the live music evening are $5, with refunds for wine club members and owners. Admission for the general public will be $5 at the door.

More information or reservations visit the Willamette Wineworks’ website or by emailing them at info@willamettewineworks.com.

Willamette Wineworks is located at 824 Sutter Street upstairs in the Scott’s Seafood Roundhouse. The local microwinery is a wine, blending, and food experience created by Willamette Valley Vineyards. Learn more about all they have to offer visitors at their website.

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