BARREL ROOM CONCERT SERIES: CARBON CITY LIGHTS
Join us at the Barrel Room at CASS Winery as we welcome back our monthly concert series! Enjoy the views of the hilltop vineyard for an incredibly good time with Carbon City Lights ! This FREE concert will have Cass wines, craft beer & tasty food available for purchase.
> Located at our Hilltop Barrel Room Event Center. Please follow event signs.
> Wine & Food available for purchase – please, no outside food or beverages
> All attendees are required to have a ticket
> Doors open at 3:00PM
> This event is Indoors, with limited outdoor seating.
> Open Air Concert, so please dress according to the weather!
> NO Outside food or beverages
> Please leave the Fur babies at home for this one. Pets are NOT permitted inside our Barrel Room.
SAVE THE DATE:
April 23 – The Counterfeit Kings
June 25 – Rockin B’s
July 16 – Stellar
August 20 – Unfinished Business
September 24 – Dante Marsh & the Vibesetters
October 22 – Ghost Monster
November 19 – Carbon City Lights
Carbon City Lights is an alternative rock band based in San Luis Obispo. Their sound blends folk, pop, and rock. Frontman, Michael Venia, was a contestant on Season 21 of NBC’s hit show, the Voice. Listeners appreciate the authenticity that comes from Venia’s lyrics and shines through in his powerful vocals. The band’s live performances are fun and energetic, and feature extended jams with tight rhythm and dueling guitars. Carbon City Lights started as a solo project by singer-songwriter, Michael Venia, in 2010 in Toronto, and morphed into a full band in 2018. Their music rings with influences of Dave Matthews Band, Pearl Jam, and Coldplay.
Singer-songwriter, Michael Venia, picked up the guitar while growing up in Saudi Arabia listening to Rick Dees Top 40 international radio hits. As a teen, he was interviewed by CNN’s Chief International Correspondent, Christiane Amanpour for a piece on Western music in the Middle East. After leaving Saudi Arabia, Michael gained traction in the music scene in Toronto, Canada while going to recording arts school and performing original music. As an audio engineer, he’s produced his music independently and is now sharing his sound with the full band on the Central Coast.