OLYMPIC VALLEY, Calif. - Squaw Valley's inaugural Last Chair Music Festival features the funk band Lettuce and nationally known DJs.Slated the first two weekends of January, the festival will bring live music on Friday and Saturday nights to the Squaw Valley Conference Center, including live DJ sets by Passion Pit, Foster the People and Bonobo, and a live concert by Lettuce, featuring guitarists Eric Krasno and Adam "Shmeeans" Smirnoff, Neal Evans (keyboards, Hammond B-3 organ, piano), Adam Deitch (drums/percussion), Erick "E.D." Coomes (bass), Sam Kininger (saxophone), Ryan Zoidis (ssaxophone), Nigel Hall (vocals) and partial-member Rashawn Ross (trumpet).Lettuce is known for their energetic live shows. Krasno also plays in the trio Soulive.Tickets for each day of the festival will be available packaged with a daily lift ticket for $99. The lift ticket purchased as part of the concert package will be valid for the day of or the day after the concert, meaning a lift ticket packaged with a Friday show can be used on either Friday or Saturday, and a lift ticket packaged with a Saturday show can be used on either Saturday or Sunday.Learn more at www.squaw.com.
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