The Home Of Live Music in Discovery Bay

Rocking The House at Hemingway's

Over the years the stage at Hemingway’s has hosted many great bands, and has become an integral part of Hemingway’s identity. A place where we can encourage new and upcoming musicians, host school musical events or just let your hair down to one of our many great bands.

Friday nights we have the incredibly talented 5 piece band “CoolHitz” playing everything from rock to latino party sets. Starting from 9pm and often going to well after midnight, these guys just rock the house whenever they play.

Saturday is when we host our guest bands on stage. They play from 9pm until late. The likes of Helium 3, Grounded, The Jaywalkers, The Vibes, Soul Traders, Static Radio, Don’t Panic and many more.

Sunday’s we have DB’s own rockstar, Jay playing a semi-acoustic set outside from 5pm. Jay is joined by Drumbi on percussion and then any other musical friends that happen to drop by. Sunday’s tend to have a mind of their own and often turn into an incredible impromptu jam session.

Be sure to keep an eye on our FB Live sessions.

Enjoy a few of our highlights and we hope to see you soon!

Zombie - Insane Guitar Solo

Jaywalkers blowing the roof off the house at the Big Picnic Afterparty held at Hemingway’s.

A Snippet Of A Sunday Session...

As the night rolls along more musicians come out of the woodwork and jam with Jay & Drumbi.

Highway To Hell / Crazy Thing Called Love

Anna of CoolHitz singing ‘Highway to Hell’ followed by Jay and ‘Crazy Little Thing Called Love’

Hotel California

The amazingly talented brothers Saxon & Jarvis on stage.

Purple Rain

From Jay’s Birthday Bash, Purple Rain performed by Guest Singer Marlyn with the Jaywalkers.


GROUNDED getting the crowd into party mode with their version of the Cranberries ‘Zombie’

Bring Me To Life

Another fun Sunday Session, and Anna joining Jay and Victor to deliver a chilling version of Evanescence’s “Bring Me Too Life”.


ROCKSTARS ANONYMOUS, entertaining the Saturday crowd with their version of Def Leppard’s ‘Animal’,  big hair and rock and roll!