Whale Rock Music Festival announces 2022 lineup
Headliners include Grace Potter, The Devil Makes Three, Allen Stone, Cory Wong
– The Udsen family of Castoro Cellars has announced the lineup for their Whales Rock Music and Arts Festival 2022. Saturday September 17 will be closed by Grace Potter and soul singer Allen Stone. Sunday, September 18 will feature California legends The Devil Makes Three with funk guitarist Cory Wong of Vulfpeck.
Grace Potter Described by Spin as “one of the greatest living voices in rock today” and by SF Weekly as “the complete ensemble”, Potter continues to impress critics and audiences alike with her musical accomplishments and performances. captivating shows.
Grace Potter has performed at every major music festival, from Coachella and Lollapalooza to Bonnaroo and Rock in Rio. His latest album “Daylight” was nominated for two Grammies including Best Rock Album.
The Devil Makes Three is an American trio composed of Pete Bernhard, Lucia Turino and Cooper McBean. They remain rooted in “the troubadour traditions of wandering folk, Delta blues, whiskey-soaked ragtime and reckless rock ‘n’ roll”, but the band also say they nod to the “revolutionary agitations of author James Baldwin, Ernest Hemingway’s no-holds-barred disillusion and Flannery O’Connor’s Southern Gothic malaise.
In this ninth year, the Whale Rock Music & Arts Festival will once again offer two days of “wine love, peace and jam in the vineyards”, in aid of Templeton Music Education.
In addition to the headliners, the eclectic lineup will include Allen Stone (Soul/R&B), Cory Wong (Funk), Diggin’ Dirt (Soul/Funk), Circles Around the Sun (Instrumental Jam), Lindsay Lou (Folk), Niki J. Crawford (Soul/Funk), Sway Wild (Folk Rock), Aj Lee & Blue Summit (Bluegrass), Dante Marsh & the Vibesetters (Soul/Funk/Good Vibes), Hilary Watson (Americana), The Charities (Soul ), Samba Loca (Afro-Brazilian), SLO County Stumblers (Bluegrass) and Jimbo Scott (Americana/Folk).
Tickets are now on sale at the festival website, two-day passes are $145 per person and $95 for one-day passes. Children 4 and under are free and children 5-12 are $10. Whale Rock Music and Arts Festival features back-to-back band performances on two stages, a gallery of local artists, yoga for all ages, crafts and games for kids, Castoro wines, Bethel Rd. spirits, beers artisanal, hard ciders, food trucks, etc. Each year, the Udsen family has donated proceeds from the event to local non-profit organizations focused on education. Total donations in the first seven years exceed $120,000. The 2022 benefactor is again the Templeton Instrumental Music Boosters Association (TIMBA), a volunteer parent organization dedicated to improving the experiences of musicians at Templeton High School.
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