The beautiful Black Oak Ranch concert facility, 5 miles north of Laytonville and just three hours north of San Francisco on Hwy 101, provides a picturesque setting for three days of live performances, activities for kids, local food and craft booths and non-profit information. Listen to some of folk music’s greatest talents, and lend your own voice to the campfire sing-along each night at the 20th annual Kate Wolf Music Festival this June 25, 26, 27 and 28. Performers scheduled to appear at the 2015 Festival include Smokey Robinson, Judy Collins, Charlie Musselwhite, Maria Muldar, Dan Hicks & the Hot Licks, and Angelique Kidjo.
Leukemia cut short the life of folk singer and songwriter Kate Wolf, but the song of her life plays on today through the music festival that bears her name. On-site overnight camping is available, and is included at no additional cost with four-day, three-day and weekend passes.