Big Room

The Steel Wheels - Monday, October 22
Carl Broemel w/ Steelism - Thursday, October 25
Lindsay Lou - Monday, October 29
Decades Halloween Party - Wednesday, October 31

Sierra Nevada Presents!

Live in the Big Room

Known as one of the premier venues in the North State, the Big Room at Sierra Nevada is an upscale live music and event space located at the brewery in Chico, California.  Sierra Nevada presents many different types of shows, including our Heritage Series – dinner-theater-style concerts rich in the traditions of Americana and bluegrass, offered in an intimate setting.  Sierra Nevada will also present rock, alternative, independent and R&B music and much more!

Upcoming Shows

Oct27
Big Room

Wild and Scenic Film Festival

Wild and Scenic is back in the Big Room! Friends of Butte Creek (FOBC) is thrilled to be hosting their 12th Annual Wild and Scenic On Tour Festival. FOBC has a long history of partnering with Sierra Nevada for this event and the brewery is also celebrating it’s 10th year as a National Partner of the Wild and Scenic Film Festival.

New this year: a variety of food stations available on the Mezzanine at very reasonable prices as well as a premium ticket option that includes a Sustainability tour of the brewery and front row seats. The event will also feature a silent auction, raffle prizes, great beer, and most importantly 13 curated films that are sure to inspire action both locally and globally.

New memberships and renewals will receive a new edition of the Friends of Butte Creek Klean Kanteen pint. Easy to become a member or renew your membership with the price of your ticket!
Support the ongoing efforts of Friends of Butte Creek as they work to preserve and protect the last, best run of spring run Chinook Salmon in California - right here in Butte Creek.

Tickets also available at the door at an increased price. Doors open at 5:00p, films begin at 6:00p.

Oct28
Big Room

Teton Gravity Research Presents: Ode to Muir

Advance Tickets: $12 | Door Tickets: $15
Available online or in the Gift Shop
Big Room Doors: 6:00 PM
Ode to Muir: 7:00 PM | Followed by Q&A and Panel

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Teton Gravity Research presents their newest film Ode To Muir, pairing professional snowboarder, adventurer and founder of Protect Our Winters Jeremy Jones with two-time Olympian Elena Hight as they embark on a 40-mile foot-powered expedition deep into California’s John Muir Wilderness. Their journey balances the challenges of winter camping, grueling climbs up the Sierra’s biggest mountains, and aesthetic first descents with personal reflections on the importance of the natural world and those who first traveled it generations ago, and sharing perspectives gleaned from what it truly means to explore a great American Wilderness.

This event will conclude with a panel of speakers addressing some of our world’s most pressing environmental issues. Including Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.’s President and Founder Ken Grossman, Teton Gravity Athletes, the John Muir Trail Foundation’s Marla Stark and more.

100% of all profits from this event will be donated to Protect our Winters & John Muir Trail Foundation!

Food will be available for purchase in The Big Room and on our Mezzanine from 6:00 - 7:00 PM.

Preview Here: https://www.tetongravity.com/films/ode-to-muir

Oct29
Big Room

Lindsay Lou

Tickets On Sale: August 17th at 10:00 AM
Doors: 6:00 PM | Dinner & Dessert: 6:00 - 7:30 PM
Lindsay Lou: 7:30 PM
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Lindsay Lou

Lindsay Lou has been making beautiful, soul-shaking music for the last decade with her band The Flatbellys, though 2018 marks what might be the biggest year for the band. Now with four albums under their belts - 2010’s Lindsay Lou, A Different Tune, 2012’s Release Your Shrouds, and 2015’s Ionia - the band just release their latest, a transformative and heart-wrenching album titled Southland. The identity for this particular record - the beauty with which its sound slips into the ether - didn’t come by crazy random happenstance. The year leading up to its recording, 2016, was a trying year emotionally for several of the band members so - after taking a beat to really delve into the roots of it all - the band is re-emerging with material written during that time in a cathartic and transformative light.

Raised with a sense of community that was cultivated by a humble but culturally enriched and musical family, Lindsay is an absolute powerhouse. Her singing seems to float over the instrumental mastery and deep groove of her band soulfully fierce intensity and a tender intimacy that demands your attention. In the words of David Grier, “Lindsay…sings the way you would want to if you could. Phrasing, tone, emotion, it’s all there. Effortless seemingly. Simply mesmerizing. Riveting! Don’t miss the musical force that is Lindsay Lou.” Her sound is made even more recognizable by talented multi-instrumentalists and harmony singers; Joshua Rilko, PJ George and Jeff Wilson.

https://youtu.be/so0ShHYRNUY

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Lindsay lou Dinner Menu
Fresh brewery baked bread
Spinach Salad (local strawberries, toasted almonds, feta cheese, poppyseed dressing)
Charred leeks and Asparagus (caper remoulade)
New Potatoes (roasted with fresh herbs and garlic)
Baked Salmon (Orange balsamic glaze)
Vanilla Cream Puffs (dough puffs filled with pastry cream, topped with powdered sugar)

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