Sounds like a scene

With the new school year upon us in Chico, live local music is back in session

It’s a golden age of sorts in our little burg, with many stages—Naked Lounge, Argus Bar + Patio, Duffy’s Tavern, The Tackle Box, Senator Theatre, Secret Trail Brewing Co., Mulberry Station, Sierra Nevada Big Room, The Winchester Goose, Chico Women’s Club, Gnarly Deli and (soon) Lost on Main—consistently hosting local and touring performers for the live-music loving masses.

For this special back-to-school live-music guide, the CN&R approached the scene from a few different vantage points: We spoke to four of the many bookers who help keep Chico’s music scene lively and thriving; we talked to the owners of Lost on Main, downtown’s biggest nightclub, about remodeling and reopening after COVID-19 closed them down; and in the Music feature, we got tips from local music heads about the new local bands worth checking out.

Local music features:
You gotta hear this band
Book ’em, Chico!
Found on Main

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