Willamette Wineworks continues its weekly live music series this Saturday night, June 14 as Seth Graur returns to the Historic Folsom venue that offers a relaxing atmosphere along with fine wines and small plates to enjoy. The event is one of two nights of live music in the five days at Willamette as they will being their Wine Wednesday music series starting on June 19 as well.

Grauer, a native of nearby Auburn, is performing solo Saturday from 6:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. Graur is well known as a member of the band Brotherly Love that was formed in 2018.Grauer’s sound is a lively strand of string-heavy Americana, tracing narratives of departures and homecomings, loves and addictions, and the retreat from urban entanglements to the re-imagining of a more natural life.


The live music will begin at 6:00 p.m. and continues until 9:00 p.m.  Saturday night. Reservation fees for the live music evening are $5, with refunds for wine club members and owners. Admission for the general public will be $5 at the door. More information or reservations visit the Willamette Wineworks’ website or by emailing them at info@willamettewineworks.com

On Wednesday, June 19, local Nashville recording artist Cynthia Renee returns to Willamette as they kick off their summer Wine Wednesday series. More information for the Wednesday night event can be found at the links above or additional enertainment news at www.folsomtimes.com.


Willamette Wineworks is located at 824 Sutter Street upstairs in the Scott’s Seafood Roundhouse. The local microwinery is a wine, blending, and food experience created by Willamette Valley Vineyards. Learn more about all they have to offer visitors at their website.