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Upcoming MVB Events

Live music is our jam here at Mountain Valley. We attract outstanding artists from the local area as well as nationally touring bands. With a friendly and fun vibe, plenty of outdoor space and delicious craft beer, what's not to love?

June Highlights


Swamp Rats 
June 2 / 7-10 PM

Swamp Rats takes intricate clawhammer banjo and blends it with a driving punk rhythm fronted by gritty & soothing harmonizing vocals. Some have said the music sounds like a type of haunted that makes them happy. Folk with an edge is what most people say about Florida's "Phantom" folk band Swamp Rats.

Everything But the Kitchen Sink serving until 9 PM.

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The Broken String Band

Hailing from the Classic City - Athens, GA - The Broken String Band is re-defining what it means to play folk music. With a live performance that combines alluring, hard-hitting lyricism and iconic harmonies with old-timey banjo, stompy percussion, fiddle, and stand-up bass, The Broken String Band encapsulates the feel-good vibe of acoustic jamming with a dash of classical culture thrown in for good measure. In the words of Gordon Lamb – Senior Writer and Music Critic at Flagpole Magazine - “they play with the folk/country/Americana label really fast and loose”. Though the group fits the appearance of a traditional folk act as they take the stage, great surprise lies in their unexpectedly electrifying style of performing. They’ve got the touch and sincerity from the likes of The Everly Brothers mixed with the grunt and grime of any classic rock & roll band.

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SunBine Music Festival
June 23-25

If you're looking great weekend of music in a friendly and intimate setting, look no further. We've got so much to offer, including top notch performances by local and regional artists on two stages, food and craft vendors, on-site camping, morning yoga sessions (no charge), a paint class with Jessica McFarling on Saturday afternoon and late night silent disco parties both Friday and Saturday evening. Tickets include on-site parking but they are limited due to space, so get your ticket soon.


The Vikings of the Valley will be celebrating the Summer Solstice with us, with the "Calling to Sunna" at the campfire Saturday night. Weapons demonstrations, axe and spear throwing, a Viking ship, and merch tent with drinking horns while they last!


Friday and Saturday are ticketed events and you must have a ticket to visit the brewery. Sunday is open to the public with music from

10 AM - 5 PM. We'll also be hosting the Infinity Acres Ranch with fun activities, drawings and a camel kissing event during Sunday afternoon!

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