Georgia Satellites
Quarry Park


Georgia Satellites LIVE at Quarry Park featuring a special opening show by Alastair Greene!

WHEN: Saturday, April, 28, 2018  6:00 pm –  10:00 pm. Gates open at 6 p.m.

LOCATION: Platinum Living Amphitheater at Quarry Park, 4000 Rocklin Road, Rocklin, CA 95677

TICKETS:  Tickets are on sale NOW at

All ticket sales are final and non-refundable. Refunds are only issued if an event is cancelled. Events are rain or shine.


RULES & REGULATIONS:  Read this rules & regulations to find information about approved lawn chairs, beverages, and more.

PARKING / DROP OFF LOCATIONS: More info to be announced

BAR: Cash only, an ATM will be onsite.



Founded in 1985 by Rick Richards, Rick Price, singer Dan Baird and drummer Mauro Magellan, the Satellites quickly launched into stardom with hits like “Keep Your Hands to Yourself,” “Battleship Chains”, “Can’t Stand the Pain”, “Hippy Hippy Shake”, and others.

The Georgia Satellites were one of the most ferocious bands of the 1980’s. What set them apart from the other 10,000 groups that cranked their amps to 11, was that their wild riffs and tanked cries came from a quartet that understood it’s place in rock tradition and fought hard to solidify it with each recording.

Critically acclaimed albums and mind-bending performances earned the boys a permanent spot in music history.

After a brief sabbatical following the departure of Baird, The Georgia Satellites returned with a vengeance in 1993. Led by Richards, Price, and joined by drummer Todd Johnston. In 2010 they added Freddy McNeal on guitar, and ‘old friend’ Bruce Smith on bass. They have packed houses around the world with their blistering brand of Southern rock.


Alastair Greene’s musical journey has been anything but traditional. Alastair recently plunged headfirst into a full-time solo career, stepping down after 7 years touring the world as the guitarist for Rock legend, Alan Parsons. His combination of Blues, Southern Rock, and Jam Band sensibilities have been thrilling audiences for nearly two decades. With recent appearances at the Chicago Blues Festival and the Big Blues Bender in Las Vegas, as well as guest appearances with such luminaries as Eric Burdon, Walter Trout, Coco Montoya, Savoy Brown, John Nemeth, and​ Debbie Davies, it’s crystal clear,…..his star is on the rise.