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This Mountain Music Experience is specially curated by the artists just for you! The Latitude 39 Main Stage features individual sets plus exclusive artist collaborations you’ll only see in Truckee, CA. This will be a non-stop, electric, once-in-a-lifetime night of live music!


4:30PM – 10:00PM



After almost a decade as a major-label artist, prolific Nashville hitmaker Jerrod Niemann has put his heart on his sleeve like never before with the patriotic anthem, “Old Glory.” Describing the resolute ballad as “100 percent heart, zero percent politics,” the singer-songwriter wrote the track in honor of U.S. soldiers following the 2017 Tongo Tongo ambush in Niger. A veteran of multiple USO Tours, Niemann knew how much those heroes were willing to sacrifice in the name of duty – from missing their children’s first steps and soccer games to holidays, anniversaries and so much more. He performed “Old Glory” live for the first time during that year’s USO Holiday Tour, and is now bringing it to the American public. Also in 2017, Niemann dug deep into his journey for critically-acclaimed album THIS RIDE – which includes the feel-good jam, “I Got This,” the uplifting duet “A Little More Love” (with Lee Brice) and the classy romance of “God Made a Woman.” Known for clever wordplay and attention-grabbing lyrics, the engaging singer-songwriter topped Country charts with his PLATINUM-certified anthem “Drink to That All Night,” a multi-week #1 from the 2014 album HIGH NOON – on which he co-wrote eight of the 12 tracks. Niemann first burst onto the scene in 2010 with his #1 major-label debut, JUDGE JERROD & THE HUNG JURY, which skyrocketed on the strength of his PLATINUM-certified #1 smash “Lover, Lover” and GOLD-certified Top 5 “What Do You Want.” His second release, FREE THE MUSIC, included Top 15 “Shinin’ On Me” and poignant ballad “Only God Could Love You More.” From Academy of Country Music, Country Music Association and CMT Award nominations, to headlining and touring with some of Country’s hottest acts – Dierks Bentley, Brad Paisley, and Keith Urban – Niemann continues to make his mark by creatively pushing boundaries while still offering a sincere nod to the legends before him.


A five time Grammy Nominee, Jeffrey Steele has been recognized by BMI for over 65 million airplays for hits he penned for a multitude of artists including Keith Urban, Eric Church, Zac Brown Band, Jimmy Buffett, Montgomery Gentry, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Cher, .38 Special, Faith Hill, Tim McGraw, Trace Adkins, LeAnn Rimes, Rascal Flatts and Van Zant, Joe Cocker, Little Feat ft. Bob Seger, Joe Bonamassa, Cascada and more. Among his many accolades over the past few years, Jeffrey Steele has been named to the Nashville Songwriter’s Hall of Fame, honored by the Country Music Hall of Fame as a Poet and Prophet, twice awarded BMI Songwriter of the Year and thrice the Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI) Songwriter of the Year. CMA has twice awarded him the coveted “Triple Play Award” for three No. 1 songs in a year. His country and A/C mega-hits include a string of chart toppers including: “Raise ‘Em Up”, “Knee Deep”, “Here,” “My Wish,” “The Cowboy In Me,” “These Days”, “My Town”, “Something to be Proud of”, “Everyday” and the groundbreaking “What Hurts The Most,” nominated for Best Country Song at the Grammy Awards.  Additionally, he has won over 35 BMI Country and Pop awards, was nominated for a Golden Globe and Critic’s Choice Award for Best Original Song “I Thought I Lost You” for the Disney/Pixar animated feature BOLT, performed by Miley Cyrus and John Travolta, been named one of Billboard Magazine’s top 5 writer’s 8 years in a row, as well as Music Row Magazine’s Songwriter of the Year Award. Steele’s latest album features performances with Vince Gill, Emmylou Harris, Jamey Johnson, John Rich and others.


From the legendary Ryman Auditorium in Nashville to Colorado’s famed Red Rocks Amphitheatre, and countless destinations in between: Singer-songwriter Mark Mackay delivers electrifying performances to unite listeners with captivating anthems and blazing musicality.

Touring relentlessly across the country, he has reached a loyal multi-genre audience for his guitar-driven American Music. In addition to headlining slots at concerts, fairs, festivals, and tours, Mark has opened for hard rockers REO Speedwagon, Richie Sambora, Ted Nugent, and Night Ranger; plus platinum country hitmakers Blake Shelton, Tim McGraw, Old Dominion, Gary Allan, and Eli Young Band.

Mark Mackay fans will have plenty of new music to savor. After an ambitious series of indie full-lengths and EP’s, the Nashville-based artist has recently inked a deal with Bungalo Records/Universal Music Group. The lead single, “Meant for This” finds Mark expressing a heart-filled testament enveloped in the aural textures of harmonica, slide guitar, and a beguiling chorus. 

For his newest collection of tracks, he selected an accomplished team of first call players to join him at Universal Music’s East Iris Studios. “We threw out the rule book,” Mark testifies. “To craft a sound that was both rock and roadhouse; historic and contemporary.” Mark’s expansive circle of co-conspirators includes such luminaries as Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame honoree Jeffrey Steele, Ted Russell Kamp from the Shooter Jennings band, and multiple ACM Guitarist of the Year nominee Adam Shoenfeld, whose behind the board production expertise, plus his stellar guitar work, are notable contributions to the newest recordings.

As a California native, Mark grew up on the indelible sounds of Laurel Canyon and Bakersfield. Trained as a classical pianist, he studied blues and rock guitar at Musicians Institute in Hollywood. He says this newest stage of his recording journey brings him full cycle as a singer-songwriter. “I came to Hollywood writing narrative storyteller songs; then a six-year journey to try to write and record down the middle. Now, with more maturity and skills, I come back with the genuine authenticity of what I set out to do.”

In the summer of 2023, the artist staged an ambitious 36-show nationwide “Summer Slowdown Tour.” Forthcoming is his second annual Christmas tour, with sit-down theaters and a family-friendly atmosphere, in marked contrast to the boisterous bars where he sharpened his craft and rocked the house. As a frequent television guest in select markets, he reveals a natural, camera-friendly charisma.


Morgan Myles is not shy about what it took to get here – here being a third place finish on NBC’s The Voice, 30+ Million views on YouTube, and a standing ovation at her Grand Ole Opry Debut.

To call her a Rising Star wouldn’t be wrong. But it wouldn’t be the full story.

Because Morgan Myles – the Nashville powerhouse with a five-octave range that slinks between sultry and sweet and cold steel and rasp – is not just another country singer. She’s an artist, a truth teller, a real life woman of experience and grace who channels all the pain, triumph, love, sweat, and tears that it took to break free of the box the world kept trying to put her in.

“It took me 17 years to get the Opry. And I’m not ashamed of the fact that it was hard.” says Myles. “Because the truth is, when you see somebody that’s done the work, there’s a whole new level of authenticity there. And that’s how I connect with an audience.”

A multi-instrumentalist and touring artist, she’s opened for Luke Bryan, Jake Owen, and Kane Brown, clocking 100+ shows a year while garnering attention from Billboard, American Songwriter, Rolling Stone, and CMT.

But these new heights of artistic expression – that’s why she stands out in a world that loves to make cookie cutter country starlets.

Joining KZZ Music/Blue Élan on what she’s proud to call “the most artist friendly deal she’s ever seen,” Myles is set to release a trove of new music that pushes into the more grounded artistic expression she’s earned after years of playing by Nashville’s rules..

And while there will always be a lilt of that southern drawl in her voice, her music refuses qualification, equal parts country, rock, soul, and americana – as much an acolyte of Carole King as she is the Queens of the Opry stage.

“Morgan is country, and she always has been,” says pop sensation Camila Cabello, “but she’s her own versatile expression of country. People love her because she’s authentic, she’s vulnerable.”

Hers are story songs. They’re songs for singing in the shower and crying at the end of a long day. More than anything, they’re songs meant for connection. And with the stage set, Myles is primed to turn this recent success into the kind of career that can make an impact on everyday lives because, after all, that’s why she’s here.

Her recent release for KZZ Music/Blue Élan Records, “Christmas Just Us Two,” with fellow label-mate Sam Morrow, is out now, with plenty more music in the months to come. You can listen to all her recent singles on all streaming platforms.


With the fuel of both Southern rock and country music influences pumping through his veins, it’s no surprise that CJ Solar is a natural at fusing the two worlds. Combine that with Delta blues, compliments of a childhood spent in Cajun country, and you’ve got one badass up-and-comer, with the pure musical talent and vocal chops to back him up. Already turning heads throughout Nashville, Baton Rouge and beyond, having been named one of the“New Artists You Need To Know” by Rolling Stone Country, Solar says the driving force behind his untimely success isn’t fame nor fortune – it’s just a diehard infatuation with the music he grew up on.

When not out touring the country headlining his own shows and opening for such artists as Lynyrd Skynyrd, Hank Jr and Gary Allan, he continues to write and record. He’s released 3 EP’s and 2022’s debut full length “The Future’s Neon” comprised of songs he’s co-written. He’s also penned songs for artists such as Jason Aldean, Jerrod Niemann and Justin Moore, while also writing number one singles for Jameson Rodgers with 2020’s “Some Girls” and Morgan Wallen’s breakout hit “Up Down” featuring Florida Georgia Line.


“I just want to write songs that say something and really mean something to me. I want to ride around in a van, tour the country, and play songs with my buds. Everything I do in music, I want to do it for the love of the music and the sake of the song,” he adds. Catch CJ with his band at a show across the country in 2023!


Alex Lucero is a musical anomaly. His presence on and off the stage is nothing less than an overload of love and positivity that you can’t help falling in love with. His humble soul and outstanding musical talent makes him a must see show to music lovers far and wide.

Born and raised in small-town Oakdale, California, Alex began developing his musical prowess at the age of 16 by performing live throughout his local scene, turning heads everywhere he played. His velvety, gravel vocals and bass/ guitar playing transforms any room he performs.

At the age of 23, Alex moved to Santa Cruz, Ca, to pursue music full time. Influenced by the soul music of the ‘60s and ’70s, Alex successfully blends the styles of his idols, meshing Soul, Blues, and Americana music, while making it distinctly his own.

Since the beginning of Alex’s music venture, he’s independently released 6 full length albums. Five of which are with The Live Again Band and one solo project that was recorded and produced by his good friend Adam Patterson with The Expendables, entitled “Shine”. Whether solo or accompanied with the band all of Alex’s projects showcases the raw abilities of his unbelievable voice and musicianship.

His records have received a phenomenal local response enabling Alex to maintain a serious presence and following, playing weekly in both the San Francisco Bay Area and all over Santa Cruz County averaging 300 shows a year! In 2019, Lucero has made strides expanding the magnitude of his live shows, including major venue support spots at the Saratoga Mountain Winery and The Catalyst for names such as Chaka Khan, Michael McDonald The Monophonics and many more.

Alex Lucero & Band have become a go-to talent in the Bay Area selling out local venues and generating recognizable attention from all angles and genres.


4:00PM – 7:35PM




7:15PM – 7:45PM


5:30PM – 6:00PM


4:00PM – 4:25PM







10695 Brockway Rd, Truckee, CA 96161




Closest to the stage - standing room only


festival-style seating - blankets and low back chairs permitted


  • NO outside food or drink
  • NO coolers
  • NO pets (service animals permitted)
  • NO smoking
  • NO vapes
  • NO weapons of any kind
  • NO illegal substances of any kind
  • NO over-sized backpacks
  • NO glass
  • NO re-entry into the concert venue


Event is rain or shine. Artists and times are subject to change. All sales are final. NO refunds or exchanges.

Latitude 39 is not liable for any failure or delay in performance from causes beyond Latitude 39's control including, but not limited to, weather, acts of God, fire, flood, terrorism, strikes, pandemic outbreaks, failure of suppliers or subcontractors to substantially meet performance obligations.