FIRST EVER 2 DAY EVENT, IN ITS ELEVENTH YEAR
MUSIC LINE UP 2022
Like eucalyptus but instead of euca it’s echo.
echolyptus is a five piece group based in Santa Rosa, CA. The group consists of
Jaz Pa!ge on rhythm guitar and vocals, Jacob Rosales on bass, Eve C. on lead guitar, Steven Ruiz on acoustic guitar & vocals, and César ‘Crow’ Lopez on drums.
Quiet Time is the super-duo collaboration of longtime Bay Area vocalists Audio Angel (The JungleSF) and Dan Brennan (The Human Condition/Foolproof Four).
Eki’Shola’s music is “Half-time electronic soul for the mind” – Resident Advisor.
Hannah Jern-Miller is a guitar/harmonica player, singer, and artist from Petaluma, CA.
SEBASTIAN ST. JAMES & THE HIGHWAY POETS
“Led by Bay Area singer songwriter and Producer Sebastian Saint James the Highway Poets have an eclectic sound that lays somewhere between The Rolling Stones and The Black Keys.A modern mix of Rock, Folk and Indie Blues.
Indie musician and singer-songwriter Caitlin Jemma speaks for the multitudes on her celestial new disco-folk album, True Meaning, out September 17th on American Standard Time Records.They strive to push the barriers with honest lyrics, soul and an unforgettable one of a kind show.”
SoloRio is a new Americana’n rock stone soup collaboration band based in the North Bay Area, California.
JOSHUA JAMES JACKSON
Joshua James Jackson is a singer songwriter and multi instrumentalist in Oakland, CA.
LEE VANDEVEER BAND
LVB’s songs and lyrics invite the listener on a journey through biographical tales of joy, sorrow and defiance. A musical landscape that explores the tangle of love, longing and loss.
Sonoma County’s folk trio is made up of Anita Bear Sandwina, Megan McLaughlin, and Tom Kuhn. Anita and Megan, both award-winning songwriters, met behind the microphone singing backups at a friend’s show and discovered their sister- like harmony blend.
“I want to bring something new and fresh to the genre of Hip-Hop.”
Born and raised in Santa Rosa, CA, has come a long way from making music with friends while attending Analy High School.
ROYAL JELLY JIVE
Swinging Soul” is the best term Royal Jelly Jive can find in describing their unique and intoxicating sound. Led by dynamic front-woman Jaleh, this sultry sextet rocks into uncharted musical territories with their infectious blend of modern and throwback sensibilities.
TAMBORAZO SANTO DOMINGO
Sinaloan style band formed in Santa Rosa. Tamborazo Santo Domingo is dedicated to brighten hearts all over California.
BECKYLIN AND HER DRUTHERS
When Beckylin’s mom couldn’t find a sitter and started taking her to the Rawhide (a gay country bar in SF), she never could have known that it would spawn a lifelong love of country music, but that it did.
Sean Hayes is a Bay Area singer-songwriter who makes music to dance to or cry to, or maybe both at the same time.
THE RIVERTOWN REVUE
Celebrating Rivertown’s ten year anniversary with a variety show. Special guests will take the stage with songs, skits, and other surprises.
LA GENTE SF
LA GENTE SF was born in the eclectic San Francisco Bay Area and is led by Rafael Bustamante Sarria: singer-songwriter and voting member of the Recording Academy/Grammy’s.
THE BILLIE HOLIDAY PROJECT
The Billie Holiday Project brings you back to the swinging Jazz clubs of the 1930’s and 1940’s.
TIMOTHY O’NEIL BAND
Timothy O’Neil Band blends the sounds of energy ridden steam punk anthems with the soulful honesty of folk ballads.
THE HUBBUB CLUB
Born in Graton, California in 2007, the The Hubbub Club includes over twenty volunteer musicians and second-line dancers who make music together in a funky, fun fashion to promote, uplift, and support our local communities.
The Crux is a mad scientist’s music laboratory, where songs are presented as theatrical experiments with an odd and beautiful intensity… Lullabies to drink your morning coffee to. Gospel songs for the faithless
THE KING STREET GIANTS
The King Street Giants are Bay Area Trad Jazz & more. No Trumpet Required.
TOBIAS & THE TRAVELING SPECTACULAR
A whimsical display of magic from a by gone age featuring sword swallowing, illusions, belly dancing and other flights of fancy!
Sonoma Overlook Trail
If you are new to hiking and looking for an easy route, this one’s for you. Try this 2.5-mile kid-friendly trail and enjoy the beautiful views of nature. The route is a bit rocky, so choose footwear accordingly. For this one, please leave your dogs at home.
Pomo Canyon Red Hill Trail
This beautiful redwood trail uphill is a 6.2-mile loop and is considered moderate. If you are into bird watching and nature tripping, you will definitely love this. Enjoy the hike alone or with family and friends. Unfortunately, dogs are not allowed.
Umbrella Tree Trail
Short, sweet, and strenuous! This trail is perfect for keeping the children (and children-at-heart) off the computer and enjoying the real world. Finishing the two-mile loop will surely squeeze the endorphins out of the body and bring an enchanted feeling because of the consistent elevation and a fantastic view at the top.
Fitch Mountain Park & Open Space Preserve
Need some muscle stretching together with your four-legged buddy? Try this three-mile loop to find a beautiful forest at the end of the trail, perfect to practice solitude. Just don’t forget to snap a pic of your map before you head out, as the trailhead is quite tricky. An added adventure for you and your best friend!
Helen Putnam Outer Loop
One of the best reasons to get your heartbeat up is to take this short outer loop with your family (including your favorite pooch). Enjoy a break with beautiful benches on top of the hills. This 2.2-mile loop is worth the workout because of the wildflowers and countless oak woodlands that will quickly capture your attention. A sun-kissed skin after the hike is a plus!
West Ridge Trail
Anxious about navigation? Worry no more with this 8.2-mile West Ridge Trail. This offers a well-signed, open, trail that can be friendly for first-timers (and even the hiking champions). Worth the effort because of the lake and gorgeous views of Sonoma County. Excellent for biking and trail running as well. You can bring your dog on a leash!
3 Bridges Vista Point via Causeway and East Ridge Trail
Blue sky, green grass, cooler temps, and a heart full of gratitude – these are the things you will expect as you take this 5-mile trail. This is perfect for bird watching and nature tripping with your kids and dogs as the trail has a slight elevation. It’s not generally crowded, you can find your groove!
Cucina Paradiso – Italian restaurant in Petaluma (http://www.cucinaparadisopetaluma.com/)
Pasta, wine, and gnocchi? Divine. Absolutely a taste of Italy where the food excels along with the service and the ambiance. Perfect place to impress your friends. An outdoor patio is a plus if you are worried about a crowded place.
FolkTable Restaurant – Female run restaurant in Sonoma’s cornerstone marketplace (https://folktable.com/)
Heaven in the first bite? It’s possible at Folktable Restaurant! A healthy and delicious gem in Sonoma’s cornerstone marketplace featuring its organic, fresh, local, seasonal food. Aside from the flavorful food, this female-run restaurant offers a variety of food choices perfect for family and friends.
Blue Ridge Kitchen – one of the best in Sebastopol’s Barlow location (https://brkitchen.com/)
Another farm-to-table that is perfect for the health-conscious who still don’t want to miss the tickle on the tongue. Every dish creates a flavor bursting memory. The owner is passionate and friendly. You will not be disappointed.
Della Fattoria (Downtown Petaluma) – beautiful brunch location & great atmosphere in Petaluma
Woke up on the wrong side of the bed? Della Fattoria has your back! With its best pastries, bread, and salad together with the most inviting coffee, your morning will surely turn around. Too bad that it’s not open 24 hours to serve you, but you can always enjoy their food from 8 AM to 2 PM and take some treats to go!
HopMonk Tavern (locations in Sonoma and Sebastopol) – Live music and kid-friendly! (https://www.hopmonk.com/sonoma)
Relaxing tables under the trees, distinct bar music, great beer, and mouthwatering food with excellent service rolled into one restaurant. Oh yes, it’s possible! And did I say that this is kid- and vegetarian-friendly too? Be ready to go back!