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Whale Rock Music & Arts Festival announces 2019 headliners

Grammy Award-winning reggae artist Toots and the Maytals, Australian singer-songwriter Xavier Rudd and experimental world fusion group Beats Antique will perform at the 2019 Whale Rock Music and Arts Festival in Templeton.

Castoro Cellars announced the lineup Thursday.

Toots and the Maytals. Photo courtesy: Whale Rock Music Arts Festival

Reggae artist Toots and the Maytals will perform at the festival Saturday, Sept. 14. Australian music singer Xavier Rudd will also perform on Saturday.

Beats Antique
Photo courtesy: Whale Rock Music Arts Festival

Experimental world-fusion and the electronic group from Oakland Beats Antique will perform Sunday, Sept. 15 at the festival alongside California Honeydrops.

Other performers include The Lil Smokies, Lawrence, Ben Morrison of the Brothers Comatose, T Sisters, Proxima Parada, Swatkins and the Positive Agenda, Joe Craven and the Sometimers, Whale Rock Allstars, Brass Mash, Samba Loca, Dante Marsh and Carolyn Sills Combo.

The two-day festival will be Sept. 14 and Sept. 15 at the Castoro Cellars’ Whale Rock Vineyard in Templeton.

This is the seventh year of the Whale Rock Music and Arts Festival which is formerly known as Beaverstock. The festival benefits Templeton Music Education.

Tickets are on sale now and start at $75 for a single day ticket or $120 for a two-day pass.

For more information about the festival or if you want to buy a ticket click here.

Emely Navarro

Emely Navarro

Emely Navarro is a Content Producer at KSBY. She produces KSBY News during the week and on the weekends.
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