Here’s what’s happening now in Sonoma County!

Awesome Hotcakes bandBeer City Festival Santa RosaDante Marsh musicPride and Joy SF bandChaparral hike at Sugarloaf Park

Looking for a good time? Find live music, theater, art, recreation, and more on our calendar! Be sure you’re signed up for our weekly update so you don’t miss any of the fun! *** Hosting an event? Submit it here.

Find these events and more on our calendar!

This Land is Our Land at Green Music Center

Thu, Feb. 22, 7:30-9pm
This Land is Our Land:
Martha Redbone and the American Patchwork Quartet. Rohnert Park.

Buckeye Boys music

Fri, Feb.23, 6pm
Buckeye Boys at Redwood Cafe
Pure bluegrass. Cotati.

Silas Fermoy band

Fri, Feb. 23, 8pm
Silas Fermoy and SPF 1985 at Elephant in the Room. Indie/rock/pop. Healdsburg.

On Stage in Sonoma County!

Everybody at Left Edge TheaterShe Loves me at 6th Street PlayhouseDream House at Cinnabar Theater

Experience the magic of theatre! A theatre performance is never the same show twice. So go see a play!

Happening Friday!

Fri, Feb. 23: Wonder Bread 5 at Coyote Sonoma From the latest hits to classics from the 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s and beyond.

Dante Marsh at Community Market Sebastopol

Sat, Feb. 24, 4-6pm
Dante Marsh at Sebastopol Community Market! Join us at The Garden Taproom & Espresso Bar!

Ray Charles Project concert

Sat, Feb. 24, 7:-9:30pm
The Ray Charles Project at OCA An unforgettable night of soulful melodies and timeless classics. Occidental.

Snow Moon Paddle at The Floathouse Petaluma

Sat, Feb. 24, 5:45-7:15pm
Snow Moon Paddle at The Floathouse Petaluma Pedal or paddle in “stay-dry” craft to see the moon rise.

Wildflower Walks in Sonoma County

Wildflower walks on the coast, jenner

Enjoy spectacular wildflower displays in the meadows, grasslands, woodlands, and the rocky coast. Don’t wait to sign up for these wonderful guided walks – they fill up fast!

Whale watching along the Sonoma Coast

Whale watching along the Sonoma Coast

The annual south-to-north Pacific gray whale migration happens from February to May along the Sonoma Coast. Find out where to see them.