July 26 @ 5:00 pm
While Summer Nights has its final hurrah in the streets of Nevada City, those of us in the Crazy Horse will be transported through the cyber waves into New York City’s ultimate sound laboratory – Madison Square Garden. At this point Phish is definitely finding a deep groove as they continue their march of destiny through this 13-night residency. Lose yourself in the HD visuals on our seven-foot projection screen along with immersive sound. Afterwards, stick around for an encore performance from the local band World Beatnix!
We’re closing out the final installment of Summer Nights with a tribal dance party by this beloved local band. No passport is required to embark on an exotic musical journey around the world. This local ensemble pioneers a groundbreaking sound based on traditional rhythms from Africa, Brazil, Egypt and the Caribbean. The highly danceable, spiritual amalgamation materializes from a hypnotic symbiosis of percussive rhythms, bass vibrations and melodies carried on the wings of guitar, sax and flute. Now with the addition of Todd Gardner on guitar and Jim Wendt on keyboards (Saints of Circumstance) a jazzy, psychedelic, Grateful Dead influence has been injected into the mix.
July 27 @ 9:30 pm
July 28 @ 10:00 pm
July 29 @ 9:45 pm
Obviously we have a special affection for Neil Young here at the Crazy Horse. This Nor Cal tribute act does justice to his immortal songbook. Until we get Neil himself to come here, this is the closest we’re going to get.
July 30 @ 5:00 pm
“To infinity and beyond,” says Phish as they launch into the eighth night of this legendary residency at New York City’s Madison Square Garden. By this time they might have already ushered in a utopian era of world peace with the shear transcendence of their playing. Let’s celebrate the end of the second weekend of the Baker’s Dozen with a dance party so passionate, the reverberations echo all the way to the Big Apple.
August 1 @ 5:00 pm
Serious magic is afoot as Phish’s Baker’s Dozen residency is reaching a fever pitch. The Crazy Horse Saloon is the Nor Cal headquarters for Phish Phreaks. Come see why watching a live webcast here is the next best thing to actually being at the show. According to some people, it’s actually better. Our large HD projection screen and immersive club sound are all you could want and more. Well, maybe some New York pizza would be nice but we can’t help you there. We do have a delicious menu of elevated bar food to enjoy while rocking out to some of the finest music known to humankind. Also important to point out… this is Jerry Garcia’s birthday celebration! We suspect Phish might have something up its sleeve for the occasion. And…this night will kick off our month-long homage to the 50th Anniversary of the Summer of Love.
August 2 @ 5:00 pm
Entering the final stretch of this 13-night residency at New York City’s Madison Square Garden, all bets are off. The band is coloring outside the lines and the audience is malleable as a tub of Play-Do. Give us what you will oh mighty Phish. One of the great things about watching live webcasts at the Crazy Horse is making friends with like-minded people. Sharing the love of music and dancing is a universal phenomenon. Let’s commune while taking in all the action on our HD projection screen with immersive sound.
August 3 @ 9:30 pm
Born in Jamaica and raised in Boston, Mighty Mystic is considered one of the new leaders in the U.S. reggae scene. He has been captivating audiences with his high energy, message-driven brand of reggae which he emphatically calls “HARD ROOTS.” It is this unique spin on classic reggae blended with hip hop and rock which has catapulted him to the forefront of today’s reggae revival.
Opener: Northern Roots
This local band has been catching fire with its hypnotic take on roots reggae.
August 4 @ 5:00 pm
Lucky number 11 of Phish’s 13-night residency has an auspicious feel to it. New York City’s Madison Square Garden has surely begun to levitate by this point. What sort of tricks do the boys have up their sleeve on this Friday night? Come find out while we remain glued to the seven-foot HD projection screen and plugged in to the all-encompassing sound.
Stick around after Phish for the best encore performance you could ever hope for as one of our favorite bands – GrooveSession – work their magic.