This Sunday June 9, musicians will span four stages in Santa Rosa’s Railroad Square for a packed day of free, family-friendly celebration in the name of creative expression and inclusion in the North Bay.
The Railroad Square Music Festival is a project that began four years ago via the non-profit organization The Lost Church, which is dedicated to providing intimate performance spaces for artists to share their unique stories and art. Part of their current mission includes building a Santa Rosa theater to enhance visibility for North Bay artists and fuse the ever-growing community, as a result.
Enjoy vibrant performances from a variety of local and regional acts, including Mission Delirium, Royal Jelly Jive, John Courage, Caitlin Jemma, Joshua James Jackson, Kendra McKinley, La Agencia, and more. The Santa Rosa Symphony Youth Brass Ensemble will liven up the Kids Area midday, with circus and aerial performers also joining the mix.
The blazing Santa Rosa sun will be out this Sunday, and so should you for this lively day of music and art.
Railroad Square Music Festival
Davis and 4th St., Santa Rosa
June 9, 2019