Huichica Music Festival announces the lineup for its 12th independent, micro-music festival, bringing live music, estate-grown wines and farm-to-table food to California’s oldest family-owned winery, Gundlach Bundschu (2000 Denmark Street, Sonoma, CA). Known for its highly curated musical acts and intimate size, the two-day festival returns to its typical summer dates, June 10- 11, 2022, and will feature a dynamic array of indie rock and folk artists such as Allah-Las, ESG, Turnover, W.I.T.C.H., Damien Jurado, La Luz, Woods and more.
Presented in partnership between sixth-generation vintner, Jeff Bundschu and Bay Area promoter and curator (((folkYEAH!))) Presents, the all-ages, family-friendly music festival takes place throughout Gundlach Bundschu’s winery estate in Sonoma, including a historic barn and idyllic outdoor amphitheater. With its laid-back vibe and vineyard views, festival-goers can enjoy both established and emerging artists set among a bucolic wine country backdrop.
Two-day general admission passes ($295) to Huichica go on sale Friday, March 4 at 10am, with single-day tickets to follow. Children under 12 are free. To purchase, please visit huichica.com.
The Huichica 2022 lineup includes:
Mystic Chords Of Memory
*Lineup subject to change
“Over ten years ago, we created Huichica because we believe that music and wine is best shared in intimate and epic settings with our community, family, friends,” says Jeff Bundschu, President of Gundlach Bundschu and co-founder of Huichica Music Festival. “My family has farmed and lived on this property since 1858, and it’s an honor to share it with these amazing artists and our community every summer at Huichica Music Festival.”
“After a couple of tough years for live events and the music industry, it means the world to us to present this fun and diverse music experience at the oldest family-owned winery in California—it’s always one of my favorite music and family weekends of the year,” says Britt Govea, founder of (((folkYEAH!))) Presents. “Huichica is smaller in size, but resonates big in the hearts of music and wine lovers looking for something more intimate and relaxing than the typical show. It is a treat to spend two glorious days at Gundlach Bundschu with some of the best artists of our time.”
A portion of proceeds from Huichica will benefit The Sonoma Valley Education Foundation. Food and beverages will be available for purchase from the winery and local food purveyors. For festival-goers from San Francisco, shuttles will be available on Friday and Saturday. More information on single-day lineups, participating vendors, sponsors, and additional programming to follow.
To ensure the health of staff and all guests, Huichica Music Festival will comply with any laws and mandates recommended by the county and CDC. All COVID-19 safety policies are subject to change anytime.
For more information on attending Huichica or to purchase tickets, please visit www.huichica.com.