On August 19th “Mariposa Songwriters” in the round will share stories and songs for Music on the Green.
MARIPOSA — All of the songwriters in this performance have an intimate connection to the area whether they call it home or have generations of family from the area. The evening will feature Tony Morrow, Cheyenne Hernandez, Kaye Jesperson, and Hank Lamar.
Dirty Red Barn from Petaluma, California will take the stage for Music on the Green on Saturday, August 20. DRB is a Sonoma County rock and folk band. They were a highlight of the season the last time they performed for Music on the Green.
A complete schedule of the talent performing throughout this summer season can be found at www.mariposaartscouncil.org/music-on-the-green. Tips for the performers will be solicited, encouraged, and appreciated. All performances begin at 7 p.m. (unless otherwise noted) at the Mariposa County Art Park, located on Hwy. 140, between 4th and 5th Streets, in historic downtown Mariposa, CA. Parking is available along 5th St. The lower 5th St. parking lot provides an accessible pedestrian path to the Art Park through the Mariposa Creek Parkway entry.
This cornerstone concert series is made possible with generous support from the following businesses and individuals: Yosemite Mariposa County Tourism Bureau, Mariposa Yosemite Rotary #589, Mariposa County Fire Department, Sierra Tel, @Xav Dubois, and Sean Aiken, High Country Health Foods & Cafe, Pizza Factory Mariposa, Sticks_Coffee, Dabbles Bounces, Starchman and Bryant, Attorneys at Law, Yosemite Pilates, Mountain Yoga, Sierra Gold Cleaning Services, The Local Grape, Dewey Family Trust, Meadow Creek Ranch Inn Bed and Breakfast, Dog Grooming By Tess, Mariposa Certified Farmers’ Market, David and Terry Rozelle, Kevin Cann and Beth Waldow, James Wittkoph, Saralyn Nusbaum and Don Melcher, and Pam Flick.
The Arts Council is an incorporated not-for-profit organization, created to promote and support all forms of the cultural arts, for all ages, throughout Mariposa County and is supported in part by the County of Mariposa, the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency, and the California Arts Council, a state agency.