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Live Music Preview

Angel Island Live

Our FREE live music series on the deck of the Angel Island Cantina is starting in April! Come out and enjoy three of our most popular bands during Spring Break  from 2PM to 5PM. The Cantina will be open with a brand new menu and Lagunitas Beer on tap. There’s no better place to spend your weekend than Angel Island State Park.

April 6 – The David Thom Band (bluegrass)
April 7 – Derek & Damir (acoustic rock covers)
April 13 – The Royal Deuces (rockabilly)
April 14 – Danny Montana (country/Americana)

Sage plays on Sunday at the Cove Cantina

Always a crowd favorite, Josh Schiaretti, Ben Pfeiffer, Dave Polo and Dana Miller make up the band Sage. The sound is island (yes there is a ukulele) but very danceable with great lyrics and harmonies. Join us at the Cove Cantina for FREE music, oysters, beer and lots of fun. Every Saturday and Sunday from 1-4:30.

Live Music, Great Food, Cold Beer at the Cove Cantina

This weekend was about as fun as it gets at the Cove Cantina on Angel Island. Beso Negro–always a crowd favorite—played Gypsy Blues to a packed crowd on a gorgeous sunny day. Our live music series continues through the summer every saturday and sunday from 2-5. The menu at the Cantina features burgers grilled to order with absolutely delicious roasted green chile potatoes topped with shredded Jack cheese. We also serve Hog Island oysters raw or barbequed and Lagunitas beer or draft. Ferries on the hour from Tiburon starting at 10am. See you this weekend!

Live Music starts Memorial Day Weekend

The Cantina opens Memorial Day weekend–May 25-28th with Hog Island Oysters, Angus burgers cooked to order, Lagunitas Beer on tap and FREE music all afternoon. We kick off the weekend with western swing sounds of Danny Montana and the fun just keeps on going. There really is no better place to spend your Saturday or Sunday afternoon than on the deck at the Cove Cantina. Oysters, beer, great music and a gorgeous ocean view—-GET ON THE FERRY!!!

Live Music Every Saturday in October

Indian Summer has arrived on Angel Island and in celebration of unending sunny weekends we have extended the live music series until the end of the month.

We brought back some of our favorites including a special Sunday performance on October 9th in honor of the Blue Angels flying. Bring your friends…eat oysters…drink Lagunitas beer and let’s celebrate Indian Summer.

Live music starts in June

Angel Island Live kicks off the first Saturday in June and keeps on going strong until Labor Day.
Live Music on Angel Island
06-04-11 — Mumblety Peg/Michael Bloch
06-05-11 — Sage
06-11-11 — David Thom
06-12-11 — Misner & Smith
06-18-11 — Blue Merle
06-19-11 — Megan Slankard
06-26-11 — California Honeydrops

Every Saturday and Sunday from 2:00 to 4:30 for FREE on the Cove Cantina’s Deck. Once again sponsored by Lagunitas Brewing Company and featuring Hog Island Oysters hot of the grill. There’s no more fun place to be than weekends on Angel Island.

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Oysters, Beer, Live Music…heaven on Angel Island!

Angel Island Live our local music series continues to be a huge success. Cyndi Cady our music promoter has booked a wide range of diverse musical talent from Ukeleles to fiddles to rhythm and blues—every weekend is different. It all gets started at 2:00pm and ends around 4:45. Lagunitas beer is on tap and Hog Island Oysters are on the grill. See you there!

Angel Island Live

Angel Island Live Music

Free live music is returning to the deck of the Cove Cafe this summer. We are so delighted to have sponsorship from Lagunitas Brewery from Petaluma and to be serving up Hog Island Oysters in the Cantina. The music line-up is looking great – starting with the The California Honeydrops on June 12th from 2-5. These guys have so much energy and I expect the deck to be hopping with lots of dancing fun.

The California Honeydrops embrace the traditions of Blues, Gospel, Second Line New Orleans Jazz, and early R&B.

With stellar performances of traditional material as well as their own innovative music, they get people out of their seats and onto the floor, dancing and singing along.”