Petaluma Music Festival Rocks for a Cause

Petaluma Music Festival
Petaluma Music Festival

The Petaluma Music Festival is more than good music from live bands on four stages. It’s a fundraiser for music education programs in Petaluma area public schools.

The Chris Robinson Brotherhood (led by the frontman of the Black Crowes) is headlining the festival. Other bands include Poor Man’s Whiskey, Royal Jelly Jive,  The Incubators, The Pulsators, The Bootleg Honeys and more.

Kids under 12 get in free. And there’s a kids area with bounce houses, a giant slide, face painting, arts and crafts, a petting zoo and more.

This year’s 10th Annual Petaluma Music Festival takes place on Saturday, August 5 at the Sonoma-Marin Fairgrounds in Petaluma.

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