The folks at the Sweetwater Music Hall are ready to head outside for some sunshine.

The downtown Mill Valley music venue, one of the most popular music venues in the North Bay, has unveiled Sweetwater in the Sun, an all-day concert on Sunday, Sept. 28 at Stafford Lake Park in Novato, featuring Grateful Dead legend Bob Weir along with many of the stalwart musicians that have performed at the Sweetwater.

Guitar wizard Steve Kimock and his multi-talented group of friends headline the event, and will be joined by some “very special guests,” according to event organizers. The lineup also includes the Skiffle Players featuring Neal Casal, Cass McCombs, Dan Horne, Farmer Dave Scher and Aaron Sperske, as well as Jennifer Hartswick Band, featuring the longtime Trey Anastasio Band vocalist along with Bobby Vega and Neal Cassarino.

Country singer Maggie Rose will perform, and Kimock will hit the stage a second time as part of the Jerry Joseph & Steve Kimock Duo.

Sweetwater in the Sun will also have a Kids Grove Stage with music from Little Folkies Family Band featuring Irena Eide
Arann Harris & the Farm Band. The show will have face painting, magic, and arts & crafts!

The 411: Sweetwater in the Sun is an all-day concert on Sunday, Sept. 28 at Stafford Lake Park in Novato. 12pm-7pm. Tickets are $85 for adults, $35 for children under 12 and $120 for VIPs. Event is held rain or shine. Park is ADA accessible and an ADA viewing area will be provided. Parking is included in the ticket price. MORE INFO & TIX.

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