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The restored ranch house at White Sulphur Springs will be the site of Summerfest on June 25.  Photo by Chris Coughlin

Mark your calendars for Summerfest 2023

Submitted by John Lullo

Matt Axton will entertain at Summerfest 2023.  Photo submitted

It has been in the planning stages for weeks.  Summerfest 2023 will happen, as usual, on the last Sunday in June.  That makes it this year on June 25, at the historic ranch at White Sulphur Springs, 2200 Highway 89 in Clio.

This is an outdoor event complete with entertainment, food, a silent auction, a live auction and a no-host bar. The restored ranch house will be open between 3 and 4 p.m.

Entertainment this year will be provided by Matt Axton’s Blue Grass Band from Tahoe City.  Matt describes his music as a “humble slice of America,” a mixture of folk, country and rock. He comes from a long line of prestigious musicians.  Matt’s father was Hoyt Axton, a prolific song writer and Country & Western entertainer. His grandmother, Mae Boren Axton, wrote the song “Heartbreak Hotel” for Elvis Presley. Matt is sure to be a hit with attendees.

The food main event will feature a pulled pork, ranch barbecue with all the trimmings, provided by Clarky’s BBQ Smoke and More.

Tickets will be available online from the White Sulphur Springs website and at selected locations in Graeagle. Plans for Summerfest 2023 are being finalized and more information and details will follow but interested parties should save the date for this Plumas County tradition.

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