Reserving a spot

We encourage advanced ticketing, either by email or purchase at Brown Paper Tickets. We will accept cash only at the door. We are a small venue and having advanced notice will help ensure there are no surprises on the day of the event and help us plan for our refreshments. If you want to use credits cards, Brown Paper Tickets is your only option (they charge a very small service fee and are a company worth supporting as well).  

Remember: 100% of the ticket sales goes directly to the artist -- so you are supporting them, not us! Advanced ticketing/reservations just helps us plan the events.

There are three ways to reserve a spot at an event:

1) Advanced ticket purchase through Brown Paper Tickets. This is the only option if you want to purchase tickets with a credit card. Brown Paper Tickets is a great organization that provides its ticketing service at no change to the venue. You will pay a very modest service charge for the convenience of using your credit card. Visit our venue site by clicking here: Brown Paper Tickets.

2) Send us an email indicating how many people are coming in your party. It would be helpful to know their names so we can check them in at the door, but the count is the most important. When you arrive, you can pay cash at the door.

3) Buy a ticket from Lisa or Brad or from the artist.

If you want to attend but can't commit ahead of time, don't worry... if we are not sold out, you can just show up and join the party! 


Post-shutdown attendance note: Based on feedback from our mailing list, we will be hosting these events as mask-optional. We will keep the house well ventilated and make the backyard available during breaks. We hope to see you soon!

All of the events are two sets with light refreshments provided at the break. Feel free to bring something to share!

If you are coming for an evening show, there are a couple of great restaurants right in the neighborhood: 

Parking Hints

Parking on Visalia can be limited but you can usually find spots up the street on the right and on Visalia west of Colusa. There is often parking on Colusa between Visalia and the Colusa Circle as well. We ask that you be courteous and aware -- park close to the curb and please do not block driveways.