Steve Kimock & Ramblin’ Jack Elliott with Special Guest Wavy Gravy

Saturday March 24th, 7:00PM ~ Redwood Café in Cotati

All proceeds will benefit Camp Winnarainbow’s Grace & Joy Scholarship Fund

Each paid admission includes a limited edition show poster autographed by Wavy Gravy

Join us for a spectacular and inspirational weekend to remember and rekindle the legendary spirit to enact positive change through music.

Friday, August 18th: Talk by Artie Kornfeld: Songwriter, Producer & Father of Woodstock
Doors at 5pm
General Admission Tickets: $10
Seated Tickets: $20

Saturday, August 19th: Reunion Concert with Original Acts
Doors at 4pm

General Admission Tickets: $49
Seated Tickets: $69


The weekend will kick off August 18 with Woodstock co-creator/promoter Artie Kornfeld talking about the significance of Woodstock. Originally from Bensonhurst, Kornfeld says he’s coming back to Brooklyn to bring “the spirit of Woodstock into the hearts of today’s Brooklyn audience.” Following the talk by music biz legend and renowned public speaker, a special cut of the Academy Award-winning documentary Woodstock will be screened.

Along with Wavy Gravy, the original emcee of Woodstock 1969, Kornfeld will host day two (August 19) of 2 More Days of 1969 featuring original performers from the iconic festival. The all-star line-up includes Woodstock veterans – celebrated folk star Arlo Guthrie, legendary singer-guitarist Leslie West performing the music of Mountain, Billy Cox & Band of Gypsys (three remaining members of Jimi Hendrix’s Woodstock band) and Melanie, the first lady of Woodstock.

“Everywhere I go I hear people crying out for something like what we did in 1969,” says Kornfeld, author of The Pied Piper of Woodstock. “While we can never duplicate Woodstock, this August 18-19, we’re going to try to come close. I’m coming home to Brooklyn for a reason – to remind today’s generation of their power. It’s time for them to step up and make themselves heard. The people are Woodstock.”

The Brooklyn Mirage, the outdoor portion of the Avant Gardner event complex, will create an immersive Woodstock experience within its unique enveloping confines via high definition projections onto its surrounding “castle” walls, and KV2 Audio’s revolutionary VHD5.0 large application sound system.


Ardmore Music Hall will host a massive 2-night fundraiser and concert event, June 9-10, with iconic social activist and “official clown” of the Grateful Dead, Wavy Gravy as the guest of honor and a star studded lineup of musicians to celebrate the music of the Grateful Dead and much more. Unlimited Devotion: A Rex Foundation fundraiser will include performances by Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe, Steve Kimock, John Kadlecik, members of The String Cheese Incident + The Disco Biscuits + Moe., and many more. The weekend festivities also include an extraordinary concert poster art exhibit, screening of the Dead documentary Long Strange Trip, and VIP experiences. Proceeds from the weekend will benefit the Rex Foundation, founded by the Grateful Dead, and Camp Winnarainbow, Wavy Gravy’s summer camp for kids.

John Prine • Bruce Cockburn • Brandi Carlile • Blind Pilot • Playing For Change • Paul Thorn Band • The Waifs • Paper Bird • Charlie Thomas and The Drifters • Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real • Las Cafeteras • Baka Beyond