Hair Of The Dog: Featuring live acoustic music, a very cozy place, with excellent food.
Featured acts Whitney Soul, Peter Daley, and Pounamu.
CONTACT: M.J. Kim
DEELEEBOB Music: Owner and founder of the HBC Festivals. Gear and services provided to the festival and the various business owners throughout the year.
CONTACT: Lance Reegan-Diehl
Camarata Music Studio: Known for the classical music and the choir practices heard in HBC. Notable plays the Wizard of Oz, and the Pops concerts every year. Featured acts on the CMC stage this fall will be Stranded Alien, and Honey Jam Sam
CONTACT: Ryan Gossel
Rabbit Hole: A pub that has various video games, and is well known for the weekend shows. Rabbit hole has hosted bands at the fest before, and acoustic acts. This festival features the drag show at Rabbit hole. A song and dance review that can be enjoyed by anyone.
Casablanca Sandwiches: Great food, always friendly staff. The owner loves HBC fest, and they simply support the event. Along with their second shop Morococo.
Linus BBQ HBC location: Always an awesome BBQ smoked to perfection. Linus turns into an open air amphitheater during HBC fest with the entire balcony and lower bar glued to the performances under the staircase. Featured acts Tom Daly and LRD, Siyun Kim an Zach Bardon
Bedrock: One of the staples in the HBC live scene. Always an acoustic Wednesday with lively hosts and cool beers. Once again the Bedrock of HBC will host an acoustic Friday, with full on bands for Saturday. Rough Cuts, and DND
Contact: Simon Hoppe
Phillies Pub: Two floors of talent running for the two dates. Phillies has been the central Pub in HBC for over 20years, and it is the center of HBC Fest. Upstairs is live solo acoustic acts featuring – EARL,
Jeniffer Waescher, and Kenji Onizuka from Japan, Downstairs is the full on rock n roll stage with featured act on at 10pm the Lance Reegan-Diehl Band (L.R.D. Band) along with Cargo Cult, and Cutty
CONTACT: Jim Cuthberson
Bucket Beach: The newest venue to enter the HBC Arena. Bucket will consist of some live music along with their own DJ music running on into the night. Featured acts, Christian Whelan, Tim Gilmour
CONTACT: Alex Illich
The Cave (Bonny’s Pizza): The Cave always a close fit rowdy little acoustic pub as the night goes on. Great food, good place to fill up on a few import beers and pizza, with a large helping of guitar driven rootsy rockin music. Featuring Tony Hall, and Highway 9.
Workshop: Always an open air venue feel with excellent food to top it off. The acoustic acts play in the corner of the front room, and the patrons blare back with their conversation and participation in the performers various styles and collections of songs. Featured performance by Jonathan Hunt, MaxMandu
CONTACT: Tobias Jerling
Hidden Cellar: Down to the cellar, where the late night of heavy acoustic rock and folk can be found. Pool table in the back, and live stage up front help HC support acoustic solo acts and acoustic bands with up to 3 members. As well HC has an ongoing open mic, which has been one of the longest standby’s in HBC for live stage. Featured act – Aircraft of the Month, and Seth Mountain
CONTACT: Reza Carr
Boogie Woogie: In KyungliDan the owners have always favored HBC Fest and they are friends of the organizer. Mainly Jazz, with a bit of blues. Boogie Woogie always supports the HBC Fest and has their schedule taking part in the overall event.
They also own Pet Sounds.
CONTACT: Eddie Hwang