Jazz Singer
UPLIFTING Vocalist Lisa Fischer appears with Taylor Eigsti and special guests including the LINES Ballet at the Raven Performing Arts Theater on June 23, the final day of this year’s Healdsburg Jazz Festival. (Photo by Mark Glassman)

Jazz Festival

The 26th annual Healdsburg Jazz Festival continues its 9-day immersion in music, with nightly concerts at Bacchus Courtyard Thursday through Sunday and other shows at the Elephant, Farmers’ Market, St Paul’s Church and Sunday afternoon, 2pm, at the Raven. Details at healdsburgjazz.org.

Second Story
Singer-songwriter Amy Levere plays from the Second Story stage on Thursday, June 20. Upstairs at Little Saint, doors open at 6pm for the 7pm show. 25 North St., littlesainthealdsburg.com.

1999 tribute band the Purple Ones performs at Summer Night on the Green in Windsor, Thursday, June 20. Farmers’ Market 5pm, music 6-8pm.

Crawfish Boil
Healdsburg’s New Orleans restaurant Parish Café, 60 Mill St., rolls out the big pots and fires up the music again this Friday, June 21, 5:30-9pm. On the menu is a “boil” with Louisiana crawfish, andouille, and corn and potatoes, plus grilled meats, creole salad, black-eyed peas and, of course, beignets. $65, limited tickets at theparishcafe.com.

Friday Night Live
Hot Buttered Rum plays progressive bluegrass during Cloverdale’s weekly street-fair-and-music happening, on Friday, June 21, from 6-9:30pm.

Beware the Beast
Free baseball movie in the Healdsburg Plaza, “The Sandlot” (1993, PG) from AVFilm. Concessions and music will begin at 7:45pm; the film begins after sundown. avfilmpresents.org/show/the-sandlot/ 

Farmers’ Market
The Saturday Healdsburg Farmers’ Market gets underway in the West Plaza parking lot this Saturday, June 22, from 8:30am to noon. This week the Healdsburg Jazz Future All-Stars play for your shopping entertainment.

Saturday Blues
Amidst all that jazz, Furthermore Wines makes room for a blues revue from Mudcat Slide, a.k.a. Double D and the Cataract Daddies, or some similar configuration. Music from 5-8pm, Saturday, June 22, at Furthermore, 328-A Healdsburg Ave.

Cult Musician
Willie Walman brings his Project to the Elephant on Saturday, June 22, including members of Oingo Boingo and Fantastic Negrito. Opening act is the all-star local review, Crowbot. Tickets $15 in advance, $20 at the door, from 7pm on. The Elephant in the Room is at 177 Healdsburg Ave., elephantintheroompub.com.

Global Guitars
Latin jazz, rhumba, flamenco and other global beats from the David Correa Trio, featuring the guitarist joined by a second guitar from Tommy Hill and percussionist Rami Ziadeh. It’s at Hotel Healdsburg’s Spirit Bar on Saturday, June 22. No cover, partial Dry Creek Kitchen menu available. 25 Matheson St.

Big Hair
For fans of Guns N’ Roses, Billy Idol, Def Leppard, Journey and other ’80s rock bands, Aqua Nett plays the hits at Coyote Sonoma on Saturday, June 22, starting at 8pm. The Mill Street venue features Karaoke Thursday and Trivia Night on Wednesdays, too. At 44F Mill St., coyotesonoma.com.

Sunday at the Plaza
Camino De Agua (Spanish Guitar Duo) plays from the Gazebo stage from 1-3pm on Sunday, June 23.

‘Mystery Feast’
Author Lucy Foley, in conversation with Kristin Chen, discusses her new locked-room murder mystery, The Mystery Feast, at Second Story on Sunday, June 23, starting at 10am. $32.50 admission includes a copy of the book and fresh coffee; more at littlesainthealdsburg.com/happenings/lucyfoley.

Plaza Tuesday
Los Caminantes de Humberto Navarrro play ranchera from the Gazebo stage on June 25, from 6-8pm. That morning, the Farmers’ Market (9am to 12:30pm) also takes place at the Plaza, on Plaza and Center streets.

6- and 12-String
Back by popular demand, guitar maestro Leo Kottke returns to the Raven stage on Tuesday, June 25, starting at 8pm. Always a good show from this decade-spanning artist. Raven Performing Arts Theater, 115 North St., tickets and info at raventheater.org.

Housing Forum
The City of Healdsburg will hold a public forum on Wednesday, June 26, to discuss the Growth Management Ordinance and housing solutions in Healdsburg. It’s 6-7:30pm at the Healdsburg Community Center, 1557 Healdsburg Ave.

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Christian Kallen has called Healdsburg home for over 30 years. A former travel writer and web producer, he has worked with Microsoft, Yahoo, MSNBC and other media companies, usually in an editorial capacity. He started reporting locally in 2008, moving from Patch to the Sonoma Index-Tribune to the Kenwood Press before joining the Healdsburg Tribune in 2022.


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