Sebastopol Guitar and Music Festival

February 1 @ 12:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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The 8th Annual Guitar Festival is Saturday, February 1st!
This year we have added a Friday evening program featuring NASHVILLE WEST
Crying Time, Kevin Russell & Some Dangerous Friends and a third band playing Honky tonkin’, western swingin’, read deal modern and classic country music! [prize for the best dressed cowboy and girl!]
Saturday is a full day of music and guitar displays by local luthiers, Tall Toad Music, Stanroy Music, People’s Music and more! Classes for all levels of guitar players, songwriter panels and even a vocal class for those who want to gain confidence singing!
Concerts throughout the day featuring world renown guitarists. Plus, don’t miss the Steel Guitar Summit featuring Dave Zirbel, Jon Mitgaurd, David Phillips & the legendary Bobby Black!
Then strap on your dancing shoes for a fabulous evening dance concert featuring many of Sonoma county’s favorite guitarslingers, including Sean Allen, Steve Barbieri, Gary Vogensen, Russ Gauthier, Brendan Smith, Andre DeShannes, Allen Sudduth, Frank Hayhurst, Levi Lloyd and more!

A fabulous full day of concerts, workshops, and exhibits. Additional mini-concerts are ongoing in the Annex and small group instruction from true guitar masters will be held in classrooms throughout the day. Take some time to check out the exhibits of hand-crafted guitars, and join these talented guitar makers as they speak about their craft in afternoon presentations. This is the perfect Saturday outing for those who simply enjoy listening to acoustic music, and it’s also an unforgettable experience for those who play guitar themselves, from beginners to the more advanced.

Tickets purchased online will be held in will call
*processing fees will be added to all ticket prices online or in person

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February 1
12:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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Sebastopol Community Cultural Center
390 Morris Street
Sebastopol, 95472 United States
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