Kingsborough and King Dream
Masked, socially distant, seated, and outdoors at SOMO Village in Rohnert Park
- Dinner from Heirloom Cafe $10 from your ticket price goes to your meal!
- $30 advanced, $35 5/25-6/4
- Groups that would like to be seated together must purchase as a group.
Frontman Billy Kingsborough and lead guitarist Alex Leach of San Francisco’s Kingsborough are determined to connect with audiences both on record and on stage. Influenced by the sounds and songwriting of The Beatles, The Black Keys, and Led Zeppelin, Kingsborough form a bond with fans by unleashing a brand of potent rock n’ roll that No Depression calls “laced with a vintage elegance that appeals to an ever-changing audience.”
Produced by Grammy-nominated producer Damien Page Lewis (Rihanna, Katy Perry), Kingsborough’s second album, 1544, turned out the singles “Low Down” and “Subtle Lies.” Both tracks spent six weeks in the top 200 of American college radio and as featured tracks on Spotify’s Blues & Roots Rock playlist.
King Dream is an indie psych-rock project from Bay Area songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Jeremy Lyon. With a soulful voice, roots planted in the golden era of California psychedelia, and a wry energy that places him firmly in the 21st century, Lyon charts a path through timeless themes: disillusionment with oneself, with adulthood, with one’s country — and the discovery, time and again, that somehow there’s still plenty worthy of a love song.
Curated by Bryce Dow-Williamson of Second Octave, Railroad Square Music Festival, SOMO Concerts, and The Mystic Theatre, this pop-up series brings a safe live music experience paired with locally sourced meals and a cozy atmosphere under the redwoods. $10 of each ticket price goes to the meal cost for patrons. Tickets sell in pairs and groups of four or six, so audience members can enjoy these evenings with their pods. Each night has a limited 200 capacity and tickets start at $30 each, going up to $35 ten days before the performance.