Saturday, July 14, 2018, from 11 AM to .
at Cline Cellars, 24737 Hwy
That's four miles north of the Sonoma Raceway.
Golden Gate Rhythm Machine with Pat Yankee,
JAZZINATORS (youth band)
Admission: $40 advance (before July 12), $45 at the gate. Wine, beer, food available. Or, bring your own picnic.
Call 707-940-4025 for reservations, information.
To buy reservations on line, click this Jazz Festival - CLINE Cellars
FESTIVAL SCHEDULE ( update available May 2018)
To view the “menu” of our fine food vendors, click HERE. Will update this soon.
Parking is limited, please consider carpooling!
Please, no DOGS; and by state licensing law, do not bring any alcohol – wine and beer available
By popular request, we will again feature piano (Ragtime, Blues and Boogie Woogie) sets on the Tasting Room Lawn
GRAND FINALE big band swing set will be held on the GREAT LAWN
LARGE SHADE TENTS at the Mission, and the GREAT LAWN
Reliable food vendors. You're welcome to bring your own picnic
For those wine enthusiasts who like to buy wine at Cline Cellars, your festival badge will entitle you to a 15% discount on bottle or case sales on the festival date.
More music and seating available at the Tasting Room Lawn
One of the not-so-well kept secrets in our little world of old-time jazz is this laid-back fine time in the wine country north of San Francisco. The setting and facilities at the Cline Cellars Winery are perfect for a summer afternoon, listening or dancing to many of the San Francisco Bay Area's finest Dixieland/Ragtime/Blues musicians at four unique venues at the winery. Attendance has grown over the first twenty years to over 1000 jazz and wine enthusiasts. This event is actually a reincarnation of the old Oakley Wine & Jazz Festival, produced by Fred Cline and Ken Keeler from 1985-1990. The winery was then located in Oakley, just down the street from Ken's farm (now a vineyard growing some unique grapes for Cline). Three of this year's bands were involved in the Oakley events. Musically speaking, this is a TRAD Jazz event, whatever that means.
For more information on the musical aspects of this event, contact:
Ken Keeler, Festival Director, tel 925-625-2707,