Just a half-hour from Santa Rosa enter a towering redwood forest, where you can feast, drink and dance under the stars. To preserve the beauty of this ancient forest, acts are allowed in this theater only once each year: don’t miss it.
“Swing in the Redwoods” with Dan Hicks playing his distinctive mix of jazz, country blues, Gypsy swing and bluegrass in the beautiful outdoor Forest Theater. You won’tforget dancing under the stars to the music of the man that the San FranciscoChronicle calls “a national treasure.” Openingacts start at 4:30. The headliner willperform at 7:00 pm with an intermission.
The Great Feast is served from4:00 to 8:00 pm. Picnics are welcome, but noalcohol may be brought into the theater. Beer, wine, other beverages and dessert are sold.
Tickets are sold on-line at [http://www.oldgrovefestival.org] or by calling 707-869-9177, Monday through Friday between 9:00 am and 2:00 pm.
All proceeds benefit Stewards of the Coastand Redwoods, the nonprofit organization that provides education and stewardshipvolunteer programs and is working to preserve public access to California StateParks in the Russian River and Sonoma Coast areas.