Mountain Winery unveils 50th season’s lineup

Live Nation has announced the 50th season of concerts at the Mountain Winery in Saratoga. In addition to again featuring a varied all-star program, the intimate outdoor site has been renovated and improved.

Tickets, which go on sale at 10 a.m. April 27, range from $39.50 to $125. To purchase, call (415) 421-8497 or visit www.mountainwinery.com.

Here’s the full schedule:

July

July 2, Styx; July 6, Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis; July 8, Boston; July 9-10, Bob Weir & RatDog, Gov’t Mule; July 11, Kathy Griffin; July 13, Hippiefest with The Turtles featuring Flo & Eddie, Eric Burdon & The Animals, Jack Bruce Of Cream, Janis Ian, Badfinger featuring Joey Molland, Jonathan Edwards; July 14, Aimee Mann/Marc Cohn; July 15, Peter Frampton; July 16, Lynyrd Skynyrd; July 18-20, Chris Isaak; July 21, George Carlin; July 22, Los Lonely Boys and Los Lobos; July 23, Ringo Starr & His All Starr Band; July 24-25, Doobie Brothers; July 27, Emmylou Harris, Jimmy Gaudreau and Moondi Klein; July 28, Steely Dan; July 29, George Thorogood & The Destroyers, Buddy Guy; July 31, The English Beat, The Fixx, The Alarm.

August

Aug. 1-2, Lyle Lovett; Aug. 3, Beach Boys; Aug. 5, Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo; Aug. 6, UB40; Aug. 7, Bill Maher; Aug. 8, Brian Regan; Aug. 10, Boz Scaggs; Aug. 11, The Human League, Belinda Carlisle, ABC and Dead or Alive; Aug. 12, Daryl Hall & John Oates; Aug. 13, Donna Summer; Aug. 15, Jonny Lang, Big Head Todd & The Monsters; Aug.16, Michael McDonald; Aug. 17, Lewis Black; Aug. 20, Gipsy Kings; Aug. 21, Dana Carvey; Aug. 22, Creedence Clearwater Revisited; Aug. 23, Toad the Wet Sprocket, The Bodeans; Aug. 26, Patty Griffin, Amos Lee; Aug. 27, Lucinda Williams; Aug. 28, James Blunt; Aug. 29-30, Chicago; Aug. 31, KT Tunstall.

September

Sept. 3, Bonnie Raitt; Sept. 4, Willie Nelson; Sept. 6, Dave Stewart and His 30-Piece Rock Fabulous Orchestra; Sept. 12, Margaret Cho: “The Beautiful Tour…For Mature audiences;” Sept. 13, Squeeze; Sept. 14, Neville Brothers, Funky Meters, Dr. John & The Lower 911; Sept. 18, Foreigner; Sept. 19, Herbie Hancock; Sept. 26, Chris Botti; Sept. 28, Kenny G.

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