Returning to perform to longtime fans in their home state of Oregon, Cloverdayle will play a quick window of shows at seven different McMenamins venues March 5-12, with classic country singer-songwriter Adam Larson opening each night. The show takes the stage in Tacoma at McMenanmins Elks Temple Spanish Ballroom on March 9.
Husband and wife duo Cloverdayle has been bringing their brand of country music to the masses in a grassroots way since 2008. Their move to Music City USA was not in search of fame, fortune or record deals, but with one overriding goal – to push themselves as songwriters. Their engaging live shows and regular hilarity have caught attention in Nashville and country-wide, having opened for big name country acts like Kenny Chesney, Lady Antebellum, Eric Church, Jason Aldean, Kelsea Ballerini and more. Now, as part of McMenamins’ Great Northwest Music Tour, they’re looking to provide fans with an “I saw them when” moment.
For well over a decade, the Great Northwest Music Tour has blazed a fresh musical trail of talent through McMenamins’ historic properties. Having hosted such acts as The Avett Brothers, Greensky Bluegrass and Deer Tick, the 2020 lineup has just begun rolling out. There is no admission charge to the festivities, and McMenamins’ unique venues offer food, handcrafted beverages and a cozy place to bed down after each show. Every show is an opportunity to visit the hotels and enjoy their offerings, anchored by music from some of the finest regional and national acts.
“We are incredibly stoked that we’ll be flying back to our home state for our first ever McMenamins Great Northwest Music Tour,” Cloverdayle said. “A lot of life has happened since we moved to Nashville in 2013 and we’re looking forward to sharing those experiences through our songs on this tour. Can’t wait to see y’all there!”
To learn more information about each show, visit http://www.mcmenamins.com.