Sonoma Harvest Music Festival Returns to Sonoma Valley for Another Year of Spectacular Artists and Music

Sonoma Harvest Music Festival 2022
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Sonoma Harvest Music Festival is back with two days of music held Oct. 8-9 at B.R. Cohn Winery in beautiful Glen Ellen, CA in Sonoma County. This year’s headliners include Gary Clark Jr (Oct. 8) and Portugal. The Man (Oct. 9) plus a lineup featuring the likes of Thievery Corporation, Phantogram and more.


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Ticket prices range from $149 for a single day GA ticket to $279 for two-day GA admission. VIP tickets are currently sold out for both one and two-day options. Get tickets to Sonoma Harvest Music Festival here.


This intimate festival offers 10 live bands over the two-day period, B.R. Winery’s selection of wines and plenty of Northern California beers to choose from plus farm-inspired cuisine reflective of Sonoma Valley’s vibrant culinary scene.


The festival grounds itself create a picturesque landscape (held on B.R.’s 70-acre winery) that allows patrons the unique opportunity to experience a premium festival where every seat is steps away from the artist, and the surrounding scenery is enveloped in stunning vineyard & mountain views. The festival also offers In-and-out privileges to patrons. Combining hospitality, human connection and good food and good music, the Sonoma Harvest Music Festival is an event for those who love music but don’t love the big crowds of giant music festivals.

For lodging, Sonoma Valley and nearby Napa, Yountville, St. Helena, Calistoga and Santa Rosa all have wide selection of places to stay including hotel, AirB&B, VRBO, HomeAway and even camping (non-festival affiliated) options.

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For more details about the Sonoma Harvest Music Festival, make sure to visit their website and follow them on Instagram and Twitter.

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