The Rock Poster Society will be presenting a very special version of our Rock Art By the Bay artists’ show at the Harmony Festival at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds in Santa Rosa, CA on June 10th, 11th, & 12th, 2011.
The Harmony Festival has over the years become a premier music, arts, and cultural festival in Northern California. This year’s version features a stellar lineup of bands including The Flaming Lips, Primus, and Michael Franti & Spearhead, among dozens of others. The festival also features an array of speakers, unique arts, cultural events and exhibits, and of course vendors and food galore.
We’re stoked to have made a special arrangement to present our poster artists event as part of a very special “Arts Pavilion” at the Harmony Festival. We’ll be sharing Harmony Hall with Tribe 13, a nationally known collective of visionary artists. Anyone who’s a fan of rock posters and art will be treated with a special treat for the senses.
Yes, you do need to get tickets to attend the Harmony Festival. Ticket prices will go up at the door the day of event. Tickets can be purchased now at Whole Foods, a complete list of participating stores is available here.
Band Lineups & All General Show Information go to HarmonyFestival.com
Check out the Friday Night “Harmony After Dark” tribute to Owsley show. We’ll have a special one-time exhibit of the art of Jerry Garcia sharing our hall with the poster artists, providing an inspirational vibe for our artists and patrons (not to mention the musicians)!
Hours for Rock Art By The Bay & Tribe 13 are:
Friday June 10th 4:00 pm to 2:00 am
Saturday June 11th 1:00 pm to midnight
Sunday June 12th 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Our lineup will, as always, feature a great lineup of poster artists displaying everything from vintage psychedelic to modern silkscreen.
Confirmed artists so far include:
Keep watching this site for updates, as our roster of artists is still growing.
Sonoma County Fairgrounds
1350 Bennett Valley Road
Santa Rosa, CA 95404
In commemoration of Scrojo’s 1,500th poster D.King Gallery presents a retrospective of his best posters. Stacked end to end Scrojo’s posters would measure over 2,375 feet high, nearly twice the height of the Empire State Building and only 300 feet shorter than the world’s tallest building the Khalifa in Dubai! No wonder he has been labeled the hardest working artist in the poster business. We obviously can’t show it all so come see a sampling of his latest work, scarce small edition screen prints, and seldom offered original drawings.
November 26th through December 31st
at D.King Gallery Rock Posters
2284 Fulton, Berkeley, CA (510) 548‑1062
see D.King Gallery Rock Posters for details