The B-52s concert, the fifth in the series, will be at the scenic Concert Green & Terrace setting at Rodney Strong Vineyards.
Thirty-six years and more than 20 million albums into their career, The B-52s are one of rock music’s most beloved and endearing bands. Expect the band to serve up their own unique blend of music and showmanship when they hit the stage.
From ground-breaking songs like “Rock Lobster,” “Dance This Mess Around” and “Private Idaho” to chart-toppers like “Love Shack,” Roam” and “Deadbeat Club” to their exciting reemergence on the pop scene, The B-52s dance-rock tunes start a party every time their music begins.
Surrounded by acres of beautiful vineyards, guests will be treated to intimate, unforgettable concert experience. Rodney Strong wines, non-alcoholic beverages and an array of delectable fare will be available. Gates open at 4 p.m. The concert begins at 5 p.m.
Tickets are available online at www.rodneystrongconcertseries.com, 1-800-514-3849 by phone, or in person at the Rodney Strong Tasting Room from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. daily.
Rodney Strong Vineyards is located at 11455 Old Redwood Highway, off Highway 101 just south of the town of Healdsburg in Sonoma County. The winery is one hour north of the Golden Gate Bridge.
The B-52s to Perform at Rodney Strong Summer Concert Series
Sponsors include Rodney Strong Vineyards, Montgomery Village and Charles M Schulz – Sonoma County Airport. For event information, visit www.rodneystrongconcertseries.com.
About Rodney Strong Vineyards
Rodney Strong Vineyards is a family owned company that farms 14 estate vineyards and crafts wines from Sonoma County’s finest appellations – Alexander Valley, Russian River Valley, Chalk Hill, Dry Creek Valley, and Sonoma Coast. The winery was founded in 1959 by Sonoma County wine pioneer Rodney D. Strong as the 13th bonded winery in the county. It was purchased by the Klein family, a third generation California farming family, in 1989. The company aspires to conserve and protect the environment in all its operations through sustainable practices, solar power, and fish friendly farming.