Moonshiner Collective under the Moon
Come and join us for a cozy night as we welcome back Moonshiner Collective for a Concert Under the Moon along with special guest opener Vince Cimo. Our breathtaking views at El Chorro Regional park are unmatched with panoramic views of the seven sisters and a sunset to compliment it all.
The Under the Moon Concert series brings good people, music, food, and libations together in this beautifully unique outdoor setting that allows for a one-of-a-kind concert experience. Moonshiner Collective has sold out all 9 of their Under the Moon concerts and this show will be extra special – introducing new songs and sounds!
Each ticket includes a marked “pod” space for up to 4 people. Please bring your own blanket or low back chairs to help make your special spot nice and cozy!
COCKTAIL HOUR (6-7pm): We’re bringing back our pre-show cocktail hour at the bar and grill with some amazing appetizers and dinners as well as craft cocktails. Make sure you arrive by early so you can eat and drink at the bar and grill to get you ready for the show out on the grass. (No OUTSIDE Food/Bevs allowed please). Beer and wine will also be available for purchase out on the grass near the stage during the concert.
Cocktail hour: 6-7pm
Vince Cimo 6:45-7:15
Moonshiner Collective 7:30-9
Moonshiner Collective is the San Luis Obispo, California based musical project of multi-instrumentalist singer-songwriter, Dan Curcio. The sound draws from a diverse range of folk, alt rock, R&B, and Americana influences. Moonshiner Collective songs center around family, love, optimism, nature, and the power of community, with Curcio’s distinct, warm and soulful voice and introspective lyrics as the unifying thread. The music’s magnetic positivity bridge gaps in generations and genres with a sound and message that combines good time music with a soulful, passionate depth.
The band name as well as the “Under the Moon” concert series was derived from the experiences Curcio had playing music under the moon and stars with friends while living in a yurt overlooking the Pacific Ocean in the small California beach town of Cayucos. Nestled up on a vast hillside, it was a place to share songs, stories, food, and drink with musicians and travelers who were passing through town and needing a place to camp out for the night.
The powerful communal spirit of these nights gave Curcio the desire to create a band that could draw from a wide variety of inspirations and continually evolve while being rooted in his uniquely soulful voice and lyrics.