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It’s Still Happening! We have power so the music and activities will go on!
The Hopland Hop, Harvest & Music Festival Featuring 17 Bands including Hot Buttered Rum, Poor Man’s Whiskey, SambaDa, Afro Funk Experience, plus, ‘Taste the Harvest Cooking Competition,’ Costume Contest and more!
Poor Buttered Rumsky, Hot Buttered Rum, Poor Man’s Whiskey,* Oh My My (Special Performance), SambaDa, Higher Movement (African Dance Troupe), Afro Funk Experience, Funkacillin, Shovelman, Schindig, Dorian May Brazilian Trio with Sebastian Link, Blue Luke, Eclectic Coyotes, Jayar, Bug Guts, Joyusone, Mystic Sol, Tribal Elders talking story, MC Da Grand Pooba, more.
Farewell Performance in Mendocino County for Poor Man’s Whiskey who are taking a long hiatus to spend quality family time.
Local Native American Tribal Elders will Talk Story and bless the land and harvest and all that are at the show. Come listen to our ancient ones speak.
Other activities (in the food court) include:
Taste the Harvest Cooking Competition (included in entry price for attendees) - Saturday: 1 – 4 PM.
10 local chefs, caterers, and restaurants from Mendocino County have been invited to participate in this friendly competition using locally sourced ingredients. They are tasked with making 250 small hors d’ouevres. Each chef will be required to highlight a specific, secretly selected locally sourced ingredient in their dish (last year’s secret ingredient was apple). This year's secret ingredient will be announced on Tuesday, October 15th. The food will be served to festival attendees in The Pavilion and they will be able to vote for their favorite!
The Pavilion is an inviting decorated tented area with local wineries and breweries, a welcoming space for festival attendees to come in and connect with the chefs, the vintners and brew masters.
The producer of this event, Jaynene Johnson, is the owner of local catering company, Zocalo Collective in Willits for the past six years, and soon-to-be head chef of local brewery North Spur Brewery in Willits.
Bossa Nova Brunch - Sunday: 11:00 AM – 1 PM.
Food Court — Attendees can enjoy a farm-to-table brunch and be entertained with Bossa Nova music. - $15
Throughout the weekend, microbreweries will be pouring craft beer (Ukiah Brew Pub, North Spur Brewing, and Hare in the Forest), plus local artisanal wines including Frey Vineyards.
An African Dance troupe, Higher Movement, will be performing a dance to bless the harvest.
A local Native American Tribal Elder will Talk Story and bless the land and harvest and all that are at the show. Come listen to our ancient one speak.
Attendees are encouraged to wear a costume for cash prizes.
Local artisans, farmers market, kid’s zone, workshops, and live painting will round out the harvest festival atmosphere.
For more info: Rbapublishing@gmail.com