Sonoma’s Huichica Festival Announces 2018 Lineup

Gundlach Bundschu, one of the oldest wineries in California, doesn’t only produce world-class wines but also world-class music events. Their 9th annual Huichica Musical Festival is coming up on June 8 and 9 and the lineup was announced today. 

The two-day Huichica festival, which takes place at Gundlach Bunschu’s historic winery in Sonoma, features 30 indie musical acts performing on four stages and numerous local and regional food and boutique retail vendors.

Produced in partnership by Gundlach Bundschu and (((folkYEAH!))), this year’s festival will offer a mix of established and up-and-coming indie and folk artists, who will perform on four stages at the winery.

Performers include Wooden Shjips, Jonathan Richman. King Tuff, Fruit Bats Huichica Jam w/Surprise Guests, Vetiver plays “Thing of the Past”, Steve Gunn, Iceage, White Fence, Rodrigo Amarante, Once & Future Band,  Cut Worms, Bitchin Bajas, Acetone, Howlin Rain, Cosmic Twang, The Fresh & Onlys, Sonny & The Sunsets, Linda Perhacs, Chris Cohen, Kyle Craft, Mapache, Shannon Lay, Hand Habits, Lia Ices, AMO // AMO (Omar Valesco), Calvin Keys plays “Shawn Neeq”, Cocker Power – A tribute to Joe Cocker, Leon Russell and the Mad Dogs and Englishman Tour, The Deep Dark Woods, Extra Classic, Credit Electric, Springtime Carnivore and Mary Lattimore

A portion of all ticket proceeds benefit the Sonoma Valley Education Foundation. Founded in 1993, the nonprofit works with the Sonoma Valley Unified School District to raise funds and provide programs for students, including summer literacy, orchestral music, school gardens, science programs, and grants for teachers to implement innovative projects.

Gundlach Bunschu’s Huichica Music Festival is June 8 and 9. Tickets start at $40 and go on sale Friday, March 2. huichica.com

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