Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers Coming to Canandaigua


Peacemaker Brewing Company and Rio Tomatlan Restaurant Present Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers Concert in Canandaigua, July 13.

Peacemaker Brewing and Rio Tomatlan are teaming up once again to present their third annual Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers concert on Saturday, July 13th from 5 – 10:30 PM. Opening for this international recording and touring act are Rochester’s own Teagan and the Tweeds, followed by Albany-based Jocelyn & Chris Arndt. Rio Tomatlan, located at 106 Bemis Street in Canandaigua, will transform its expansive parking lot into an outdoor music venue under the stars. Food, beer, hard cider and water will be available for purchase outside.

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Before Reardon established his bricks and mortar brewery on Pleasant Street in 2016, he would frequently travel to Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers concerts. “Since opening the brewery I haven’t been able to travel as much so I decided to bring this amazing band to me and people here in the Canandaigua/Rochester area,” says Reardon. Last year’s show attracted 500 concertgoers.

The Peacemaker Brewing beer trailer at the concert site will debut two new IPA canned beers. "Circus In The Finger Lakes" is a nod to Roger Clyne’s “Circus Mexicus,” the band’s annual music festival in Rocky Point, Mexico drawing thousands of international fans. "Kill In The Cure" is named for the Arndts’ new single of the same name. There will be several other selections available on tap along with "Puerto Penasco Pineapple Wheat" canned for the first time.

Tickets are $25 and can be purchased at Peacemaker Brewing or through Visit Peacemaker Brewing Company’s Facebook page and click on “Events” for a link to Eventbrite.  

Peacemaker Brewing Company, a neighborhood brewery at 20 Pleasant Street in Canandaigua’s historic former train depot, features quality handcrafted beer. Peacemaker is owned by head brewer Todd Reardon and his wife Stephani.

Rio Tomatlan, a popular local eatery at 106 Bemis Street in Canandaigua, offers the finest and freshest Mexican cuisine and libations with a special emphasis on artisanal tequilas including Roger Clyne’s private label tequila “Mexican Moonshine.” Rio Tomatlan is owned by Juan Guevara.


Dubbed the “Springsteen of the Southwest” by the Asbury Park Press, the Tempe, Arizona-based Roger Clyne has recorded ten albums, tours around the world with his band The Peacemakers and has consistently dominated Billboard’s Internet Sales Chart. board’s Internet Sales Chart, two at No. 1, all released on a 100% independent record la

Teagan and the Tweeds is a high energy blues-folk band performing in and around Rochester, New York.

Siblings Jocelyn & Chris Arndt took their new record to #1 on the Jambands’ Top 30 and appeared on NBC’s Today Show who described their sound as “Putting a millennial spin on classic rock.”

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