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.

 Ariel Jean is known locally to be the leader of the popular band that is a trio made up sisters Ariel Jean, Aubrey Anne, and Amber Joy, based out of the Sacramento.  Whether it’s the entire trio or Ariel performing acoustically, they are known for their original unique sound, whether they are perfroming orignals or covering your favorite country hits. Ariel jean has opened for The Eli Young Band, Cadillac 3, Eric Paslay, William Michael Morgan, John King, Sam Hunt, Ernest, Midland, Parmalee, Little Big Town, Tim McGraw and more.

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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