The never-ending workday drudgery of 9-to-5 gets old fast, especially in this Sacramento heat. So when work is a slog, the sun won’t seem to let up and you’re in need of a pick-me-up, Two Rivers Cider Company (4311 Attawa Ave., Sacramento) has the perfect thirst-quenching, humpday refresher: Reggae Wednesdays. Starting the moment you get off work, you can relax and enjoy some live music with a zesty blood orange cider in one hand and local comfort food in the other. Every Wednesday, the all-ages event brings live reggae groups to the Two Rivers tasting room in Land Park, along with a featured food truck. And if blood orange isn’t to your liking, no worries; Two Rivers has 16 different ciders on tap from conventional apple to more daring flavors like strawberry jam and yuzu. On July 31, the Hawaiian roots-reggae group The Lambsbread from Kauai will hit the taproom floor joined by Simple Sinsation from Fresno and the Post Oak Barbecue food truck. If DJs and tacos are more your thing, then stop by on Aug. 7 for DJ Selekta Lou and the North Border Taco truck. Tickets range in price from around $5 to $10 depending on the week, and the event runs from 5–9 p.m. For more info, visit Tworiverscider.com.