[UPDATE 11:03 p.m.] The Unveiling Is Here! Saturday Redwood Coast Music Festival Shows Off New Duane Flatmo Poster Plus, Tuba Christmas!
(See update below for the most recent information.)
Press release from Redwood Coast Music Festival:
Redwood Coast Music Festival (RCMF) invites the public to the annual Poster Unveiling, Saturday, Dec. 5 at 12:45 p.m. at the gazebo in Old Town. In case of inclement weather, the event will move to the Eureka Theater at 612 F Street. The Music Festival is proud of and fortunate to have a long-term association with renowned Humboldt County artist and musician, Duane Flatmo, who once again designed this year’s poster. The Tuba Christmas Concert will begin at 1:00 p.m. immediately following the poster unveiling.The 26th Annual Music Festival spans four days from Thursday, March 31 through Sunday, April 3, 2016. Over 25 bands will perform 100 sets of live music throughout Eureka at six venues. All venues have dance floors, and RCMF is excited to announce the addition of a new venue: The Sequoia Conference Center. Conveniently located at 1929 Fourth Street in Eureka, the Sequoia Conference Center features state-of-the-art video and audio technology plus an 1,800 square foot professional floating maple dance floor. For additional festival information, please call (707) 445-3378, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit rcmfest.org.
Redwood Coast Music Festivals (RCMF) is a non-profit organization founded in 1991 to promote live music and music education. The mission of RCMF is to present music-based festivals and events in the Humboldt Bay Region, helping to stimulate the local economy and enhance tourism. The Festival provides inter-generational and multi-cultural opportunities through music by supporting youth music education and senior programs. To date, over 20 million dollars has been returned to local communities. Together, we are making music and a better community!
UPDATE 11:01 p.m.: Charlotte McDonald, the Executive Director Eureka Main Street writes us,
Due to wind predictions of 15 mph to 30 mph Tuba Christmas will definitely be performing at Eureka Theater at 1 pm, preceded by the Redwood Music Festival’s Poster unveiling at 12:45. Tuba Christmas has been a Main Street tradition for a very long time, and is always a delightful way to kick off the holidays.