Art, music, friends, and fun to be discovered under the Redwoods of Old Mill Park
Explore the fine works of 135 local and international artists.
Our special presentation grove will showcase environmentally themed art and the children’s area will host an eco-aware art activity for kids of all ages.
Live music from Gypsy Jazz to Blues and more changes hourly on our main stage. See the full entertainment listing here.
Don’t worry about parking! Take the shuttle. OR park your bike with MCBC at the Depot downtown and get $5 off at the gate.
We also welcome volunteers, who get free entry to the Festival, a much coveted commemorative T-shirt and loads of snacks. Sign up to volunteer now!
Special Presentation: Green Change: Artists Consider Our Climate Crisis
In this year’s featured exhibit, Bay Area artists will explore the climate crisis through the lens of contemporary art, in collaboration with Green Change, a grassroots environmental network.
Climate change will have a profound impact on the living systems of our planet and the welfare of humanity. The implications of the crisis, as well as its root causes and potential solutions, can be difficult to visualize and daunting to address. Through visual storytelling, interactive installations, and participatory artwork, the artists and the Green Change network will transform the redwood grove into a creative space for engagement and climate action.
Saturday, Sept 14
12:00 noon – Paquito & Sandro Lorier (gypsy jazz guitar)
1:00 pm – Festival Speed Bluegrass (bluegrass)
2:00 pm – The Reed Fromer Band (R & B)
3:00 pm – Pardon The Interruption (Rock)
4:00 pm – MCH Quartet (electric jazz)
Sunday, Sept 15
12:00 noon – Lorin Rowan & Ken Emerson (acoustic and slide guitar)
1:00 pm – Essence & Uzi (singer-songwriters)
2:00 pm – Gaucho (gypsy jazz)
3:00 pm – GG Amos Trio (blues)
4:00 pm – Owen Clapp & East of Eden (jazz)
$15 – Day of
$12 – In advance
Seniors 65 and older
$10 – Day of
$8 – In advance
Kids under 12: Free
Additional time info:
Sat-Sun, Sep 14-15
10:00 am - 5:00 pm