Victoria Tavern

Victoria Tavern

Come have a mysteriously good time at Salida's Victoria Tavern

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June 6/23 & 6/25 2017 Jeremy Steding & The Rebellion!! Sunday 6/25 @ 3 PM!! 

June 20, 2017

Jeremy Steding’s fifth studio album, Odessa, travels hard. Along the ride, love is won and lost, whiskey is spilled and life’s meaning is questioned. Immediately, your heart rate rises to meet the rhythm of the gritty title track, a driving song that paints an ominous picture of the west Texas namesake. 

 

A native of Florida, Jeremy Steding was raised on the railroad sounds of Johnny Cash, the rhythms of Buddy Holly and the timeless words of Dylan and Prine. While attending University of Florida, Steding was turned onto Texas/Red Dirt Music. Long a fan of Willie and Waylon, he was now digging into Cory Morrow and Robert Earl Keen. Texas called to him.

 

Steding spent a decade in Austin, becoming a staple in the Texas/Red Dirt scene and sharing the stage with artists such as The Turnpike Troubadours and Clint Black. 

 

In June ’16, Steding relocated to Nashville. There, he has joined forces with a new group of talented musicians to create a new album and hit the pavement. Steve Berkley (drums,) Kolby Rister (Bass,) Casey Driscoll (fiddle) and Dillon Horton (Steel) form The Rebellion.

 

“Feels So Good To Be Back Home” is the follow up to Top-20 Single, “Late Night Love Song.”

 

Odessa is Jeremy Steding’s best work yet. Becoming a husband and dad, along with nine years of late night truck stops, countless live shows and soul-searching have done him good. Expect 2017 to be a great year for Jeremy Steding and The Rebellion.

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Live music

April 11, 2016

Check the calendar, or Facebook  for current bands. It changes every day so check back often!!

4/15 Flying Balailalka Brothers

April 11, 2016

Don’t miss this show!!!

Friday April 1st, 2016 Native Color

March 28, 2016

NAtive colorHailing from Denver, Colorado, Native Color blends elements of early 2000’s alternative rock with classic sounds of the 70’s. Formed in Summer 2015, the band has already played some of Denver’s most popular club venues such as The Other Side, Larimer Lounge and The Roxy Theater. Influenced by artists like The Strokes, Pink Floyd and The Libertines, Native Color’s energetic sound is ready to travel the airwaves starting with their first single out now, “American Wasteland”.

http://nativecolor.bandcamp.com/releases

A Lesson in Vic History

May 31, 2011

The Victoria Tavern, known locally as ‘The Vic’, was built in 1900 and originally billed as a European-style hotel featuring first class accommodations and steam heat.

Located in beautiful Historic Downtown Salida, the two-story corner entrance building has housed many businesses throughout her history. Before settling in as a tavern in 1910, she was a grocery store, meat market and billiards hall.

For nearly 30 years The Victoria has belonged to Peter Simonson. The Simonson Family, supported by an all-star team, continue to keep The Vic a beautiful historic presence and an asset to the local economy.

Long gone may be the days of 2-bit rooms and 10¢ quarts of beer, but a trace of The Vic’s victorian elegance remains, only to be trumped by her bawdy nights and stories she’ll never tell.

The Victoria Tavern is located at 143 North F Street in Historic Downtown Salida, Colorado * Phone 719.539.9003