End Your Sonoma County Summer With a Concert Under the Redwoods

Already nostalgic for BottleRock Napa Valley or the Huichica Music Festival? It turns out the Stewards of the Coast and Redwoods — yes, you read that right — have a cure for your Wine Country music festival blues.

In fact, their antidote might be even better.

The nonprofit in charge of caring for some of Sonoma County’s most beloved outdoor treasures — think Armstrong Redwoods State Natural Reserve, Austin Creek State Recreation Area and Sonoma Coast State Park — is partnering with the Save the Redwoods League and Bay Area event producer Noise Pop to bring iconic ’90s indie rockers Built to Spill to Sonoma County for the most perfectly indie rock performance your five senses have ever experienced.

The show, set for Sept. 16 (doors at 5 p.m.), will take place at dusk in the historic WPA-built Armstrong Redwoods Forest Theater just north of Guerneville. The outdoor venue features log benches surrounded by a thick canopy of redwood trees, including the Parson Jones tree, which measures in as the tallest in the grove at more than 310 feet, and the Colonel Armstrong Tree, estimated to be more than 1,400 years old.

Tickets range in price from $40-75. Grab yours before they’re gone here.

Have Spotify? Check out music by Built to Spill here.

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