San Anselmo Art and Wine Festival: Live Music Preview, Get your Patch Swag

This weekend's free festival in downtown San Anselmo will include live music, beer and wine, and an opportunity to get some Patch swag.


The annual San Anselmo Art and Wine Festival, set for this weekend in downtown San Anselmo, will include around 200 artists and vendors, as well as live music, food, beer and wine. The free festival, which is from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. both days, is on San Anselmo Avenue, between Bolinas and Tamalpais. Parking will be available at , 40 Belle Ave. at Richmond.

Look for me, the  , wearing a green Patch shirt at the festival on Saturday. I’ll be hanging out Patch swag, including water bottles, canvas tote bags, bubbles, pens, magnets, t-shirts and more. All you'll need to do is (if you haven't already) and we'll send you on your way with plenty of swag.

The festival's live music schedule includes everything from a Santana Tribute Band to a karate exhibition:

Editor's note: YouTube videos featuring most of these bands performing can be found at the top right of the article. 


10-11 a.m. Cathey Cotten and The Rocket Ride

11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Zebop! - Santana Tribute Band

2-2:30 p.m. The Bay Area Heat

4-5:30 p.m. San Francisco Music Club (Formerly The Edge)



10-11 a.m. Karate / Dance Exhibition

11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Emily Bonn & The Vivants

2-3:30 p.m. Buck Nickels & Loose Change

4-5:30 p.m. Livewire


For more information, visit the San Anselmo Chamber of Commerce's website or call 454-2510.

Alejandro Moreno S. June 25, 2012 at 03:30 AM
Any festival (especially in Marin or anywhere in the bay area for that matter) that calls itself a "wine festival" better up its wine game from what I saw today (Sunday) at the so-called "art and wine festival". The art was there, but the wine was, mostly not. Meager offerings, few choices. I had 2 reds and they were just ok. I also thought the way in which the wine tastings were handled, could have been handled in a more drinker-friendly way. I hate to cap on anything local but, being an oenophile, and a local, I just didn't think it was up to par for an event that promotes wine in its title. San Anselmo is better than that.


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