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Registration has Closed

Thanks to overwhelming community response, this event has filled up!

If you are a cultivator affected by the fire and you were hoping to attend, get in touch with us. We'll check for any cancellations and get you in if at all possible!
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Event Ended

RSVPs are no longer available.

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Fire Response...

If you are a cultivator affected by the fires, you can receive FREE soil and containers even if you can't make the event. Just fill out the form on the SCGA website.

And anyone can donate to the California Growers Association
Wildfire Recovery Fund here.

Event Highlights

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Live Music Line Up


Our SOIL ALIVE! evening reunites Jefferson Airplane, Jefferson Starship, Hot Tuna, Grateful Dead & New Riders of The Purple Sage alumni & legacy/ family – with musical luminaries – a veritable “Who’s Who” of West Coast musicians; and, introducing 2 sensational vocalists:

•Tom Constanten - Original Grateful Dead pianist, Rock Hall of Fame inductee.
•Steve Kimock
- Guitarist for The Other Ones, RatDog, Rhythm Devils, Bruce Hornsby
•Slick Aguilar
- Guitarist for Jefferson Starship, David Crosby Band
•David Nelson
- Co-founder of New Riders of the Purple Sage, Phil Lesh & Friends

•Robin Sylvester - Bass player for Bob Weir, RatDog
•Ezra Lipp
- Drummer for Phil Lesh & The Terrapin Family Band

•Mike Falzarano - Guitarist for Hot Tuna, New Riders of the Purple Sage
•Joli Valenti
- Singer for Quicksilver Gold, Son of Dino Valenti of Quicksilver Messenger Service
•Robyn Cage
- Vocalist

Event Details

Date & Time
December 1, 2017 at 7PM
Sebastopol Grange
6000 Sebastopol Avenue
Sebastopol, CA 95472

Benefit Party • FREE Soil and Free Geopots to support the North Bay cultivation community impacted by the recent wildfires.

In addition to our Event Highlights above, the event will feature

  • Free Food Truck Fare
  • Raffle & No Host Bar ~ proceeds benefit California Growers Association's
    Wildfire Recovery Fund