California Conscious Music Fest Premieres in September

A brand new festival, California Conscious Music Fest, is proud to premier on Sunday, September 18, 2016. The brand new festival, also known as CaliCon, will take place at the Sonoma County SOMO Village. The 2016 SOMO Concert Series and Octave are producing this exciting six band festival.

Reggae and Jamaican music icons will headline California Conscious’ inauguration. The fun lineup includes funk icons Kool & The Gang, reggae masters Third World, Jamaican dancehall kings Half Pint, local favorite Native Elements, Mike love, and Sol Horizon.

California Conscious

More About California Conscious

CaliCon, situated in the gorgeous San Francisco Bay Area, aims to host and promote iconic musics and artisans. as well as promote community welfare, solidarity, and ecologically friendly initiatives. Examples of these initiatives include educating the community on the best recycling and environmental practices and helping to fund local music education programs.  Thus, the festival will host local artisans, gourmet food vendors, commercial and craft booths, craft beers, and wines.

Ecologically Friendly

In addition the excellent music lineup and focus on local welfare, CaliCon takes its promotion of ecological friendly initiatives very seriously as its choice of venue is SOMO. SOMO is a incredible space that is embedded in the beautiful wine country, and therefore immersed in surrounding natural beauty. It boasts a platinum rank as Eco-Certified leader in environment and energy and an internationally certified green center. Furthermore, the 97% of the space is powered by solar energy! Therefore, California Conscious Fest delivers on its promise of  promoting eco-friendly actions.

Tickets and Time Information

California Conscious will start at 1pm and the music begins at 2pm. General Admission tickets are $60 and VIP passes are $125. You can buy you tickets now by clicking here.

Buy your tickets to this special event now!!


FestPop San Francisco Staff Writer Mandy Losk
FestPop San Francisco Staff Writer Mandy Losk
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