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AMERICANA NIGHT! BROTHERS COMATOSE open the 25th Annual Summer Nights Series
The 25th Annual Summer Series of live music, dinners, cocktails, picnics, dancing, a Kid Zone, and fun begins on Saturday July 8th with the homegrown talent of BROTHERS COMATOSE.
Infused with a sense of relaxed, experienced confidence, The Brothers Comatose offer a southwestern-tinged, rowdy string band sound that might just make this your new favorite band.
“It’s just one, big, extended Morrison music party,” say brothers Ben and Alex Morrison, guitar and banjo, and lead vocalists who front this rocking string band that has become a West coast headliner and national touring act in a mere handful of years. With bass master Gio Benedetti and stellar accompanists Philip Brezina on fiddle and Ryan Avellone on mandolin, their high energy, audience engaging shows have caught fire with fans from San Diego to Seattle to Salt Lake to Silk Hope, NC and beyond.
“Despite the fact that the band plays acoustically, the fierce energy the quintet is anything but Comatose”
The evening will begin with our own Marin Academy High School Bluegrass Band opening!
Opening: Marin Academy HS Bluegrass Band
Dinners available on-site from: Farm Burger
Kid Zone hosted by: Rising Sun Energy
Pop-up festival shopping: Georgi & Willow
200 N. San Pedro Rd., San Rafael, CA 94903
From Highway 101 in San Rafael, take the North San Pedro exit and head east. The Osher Marin JCC, at 200 N. San Pedro Road, is on the right-hand side, half a mile from the freeway exit.
* The Osher Marin Jewish Community Center's parking lot is located directly in front of the building with parking spaces for disabled patrons available.
* Additional parking is available at the JCC Annex lot, located at 210 N. San Pedro Road (just east of the main campus). In the event of multiple programs, or heavily attended events, overflow vehicles may be directed to available street parking or on adjacent properties.
* Evenings and weekends only: There is additional parking across the street at Venetia Valley School.