is returning to Calistoga on Saturday, March 9, from 12 – 5 p.m. along Lincoln Avenue in downtown Calistoga.
Expect beautiful views of the mustard decorating the city, music from 13 bands, sips from 25 wineries, art from three art galleries, a wellness center and a variety of restaurants with mustard-themed food.
The Calistoga Chamber of Commerce has coordinated a full roster of musical talent showcasing various genres, from the sultry jazz of Maxx Cabello Jr., to rock n’ roll of The Beatles Flashback, and everything in between.
Music venues will range from outdoor stages to intimate gatherings hosted by Calistoga downtown businesses. Other artists playing include Taylor Brown, The Rebob’s, Michael Thomason Band, David Neft, Sally Fletcher, Susan Sutton Trio, Decades, Tritones, Vince Dawgs, Chris Vorland and more.
Participating wineries include Alienor Wines, Bennett Lane Winery, Canard Vineyard, Chateau Montelena, Castello di Amorosa, Envy Wines, Frank Family Vineyards, Joseph Cellars, Tedeschi Family Winery, Twomey Cellars, Vermeil Wines/OnThEdge, Von Strasser Winery, Zahtila Vineyards/Laura Michael Wines, Ziata Wines and more.
“The Mustard, Mud and Music Festival has become a fun and unique part of Calistoga,” said Carolyn Hernandez, public relations and marketing manager, Calistoga Chamber of Commerce. “Music is a great way to bring people together and the wine, art and food are always so amazing and lend to creating an unforgettable experience for event goers.”
Tickets can be purchased online ahead of time for $35. Tickets will be $40 at the door. General admission tickets will include 10 tasting tickets, good for music, wine and food tastes (additional tasting tickets 2 for $5.00) and an event program with map.
For more information about Calistoga’s Mustard, Mud, & Music Festival, visit http://www.calistogavisitors.com/calistoga-jazz-fest.php.
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