June 24th and 25th, 2023
June 24th and 25th, 2023
The Mateel Community Center proudly presents the 46th Annual Summer Arts and Music Festival on Saturday and Sunday, June 24th and 25th at its new home, County Line Ranch, which is located 9 miles south of Garberville on Highway 101.
For the very first time we’re pleased to announce PUBLIC CAMPING! We will have very limited VIP camping, and VIP admission options. There will also be very limited dry RV camping available. All Camping Passes will still require the purchase of admission tickets. We are also reintroducing the shuttle program to encourage more carpooling!
Artists performing include Ozomatli, Mike Love & The Full Circle, Mike Clip Payne's 420 Funk Mob, Dirty Cello, Object Heavy, California Poppies, Makenu, Checkered Past, Buddy Reed & The Rip It Ups, Blu Axis, Chris Mccurdy & Peter Childs, Alex Kent, Hijinx, While We're Young, Latin Peppers, Fat Boy Wilson & The Eel River Rats, Special Guest Family, Camo Cowboys, Garbervillains, Funnicators, So Hum Girls, and many more on three different stages. There will also be a lively kids area with tons of activities to keep the kids busy. Kids 12 & under are always FREE with a paying adult. The festival will also feature around 100 local and regional hand made craft vendors, local cannabis offerings, local beer and wine, international food vendors, and an interactive kids zone. All of this and more at a shaded tree lined venue along the beautiful Eel River, with ample parking and camping available. So come join us at the 46th Annual Summer Arts and Music Festival, June 24th and 25th at County Line Ranch.
Come spend the whole weekend with us!
We have GA Camping that is good for up to 2 people arriving together, and is located on the rocks on the riverbed.
There is also very limited VIP Camping that will be located on the grass, in the festival, with either shade, or in a prime location. There is also very limited dry RV camping available!
Please note that all Camping Passes will still require the purchase of a separate Admission Ticket.
Want to help us throw the festival? Want to get in for free? Do you like interacting with people and having a good time? Then sign up today!
The application window for craft and food vendors has passed, but you can join the wait list here!
Contact our sponsor manager Tanya by calling (7zero7)-223-2162 or emailing sponsors(@)mateel.org or by clicking the button below:
Join the team! Now hiring coordinators for the summer festival season. Several positions available. For more information, and to send a resume, please email Alisha Goodrich at: rastapontop(@)gmail.com or click below.
Since its inception in 1995, innovation and creativity have defined Ozomatli. Hailing from Los Angeles, the group found a way to represent the city’s eclectic culture through music that appeals to the local community and the world beyond. Ozomatli’s success is exemplified in an impressive variety of genres from classic to modern Latino, urban, hip-hop and other world styles.WEBSITE
420 FUNK MOB
When P-Funk Frontman Mike Clip Payne gets the 420 Funk Mob together it's not just a concert it's an EVENT. The band turns down more shows than they take. The band has a reputation as the "P-Funk version of the Garcia Band" that has given them cult status in the P-Funk world since 1997.WEBSITE
Mike Love and the Full Circle
Love developed a unique style and sound rooted in the spirituality and message-based music of reggae and Rastafari, while also fusing progressive and classic rock, soul, blues, flamenco, jazz, classical, and more. At the core of Mike’s music, is healing – he is an active social, animal and environmental rights advocate, using his music as a tool to educate and unite.WEBSITE
Blue Lake CasinoWEBSITE
Eel River BreweryWEBSITE
Coast Central Credit UnionWEBSITE