Ashley Allred from the John Courage Trio
On July 14 from 11am-8pm, gather along Petaluma’s historic river in your maritime finery to soak up live music, nosh on local fare, and maybe even get hitched for five bucks, at the 9th Annual Rivertown Revival.
It’s been a difficult handful of months for the thousands of folks across Northern California who lost homes and loved ones during the devastating wildfires last fall. Rivertown Revival will pay homage to its roots by strictly showcasing Sonoma County musicians, visual artists, merchants, food vendors, and nonprofits. The talented list of musicians include: John Courage, the King Street Giants, The Crux, Sharkmouth, and more!
The King Street Giants
Bring the whole family together at “The Greatest Slough on Earth” to marvel at the giant teeter-totter and explore interactive art and assorted kid-friendly activities. Not only will Rivertown Revival support local artists and vendors, but it also functions as a fundraiser for the development of the David Yearsley River Heritage Center on the McNear Peninsula. This organization focuses on maintaining the history and habitat of the river and its surrounding wetlands; so join by plane, SMART train, automobile, bike, free city bus — whatever it takes, just throw on your sun hat and partake in celebrating all that makes Sonoma County a colorful and creative community that will continue to persevere, no matter which way the wind blows.
Learn more about Friends of the Petaluma River by visiting their tent at Rivertown Revival, and read about their mission here: friendsofthepetalumariver.org and watershedclassroom.org.
The David Yearsley River Heritage Center – McNear Peninsula
July 14, 2018