Country rock band
SORENTINOS The long-lived Sonoma County rock band, fronted by singer-songwriter Danny Sorentino, returns to play Tuesdays in the Plaza on July 2, from 6-8pm. There will be dancing.

NEW DATES: Raven in Windsor
The Raven Players take their show down the road to the Windsor High School theater, staging Stephen Sondheim’s breakthrough musical, “Company,” weekends from Friday, 3, to Sunday afternoon, July 21 (note change in dates). A newer, smaller theater promises a more intimate audience experience. Tickets $10 students, $40 general. 8695 Windsor Rd., Windsor.

Second Story
Connor Pledger, an indie-folk and alt-pop artist who grew up in Atlanta, moved to Los Angeles in 2015 and comes to Healdsburg on June 27. Upstairs at Little Saint, doors open at 6pm for the 7pm show. 25 North St.,

Tree Fruit
Rock dance band Apple Z performs for the folks at Summer Night on the Green in Windsor, Thursday, June 27. Farmers’ Market 5pm, music 6-8pm.

Friday Night Live
Scythian brings Celtic folk rock to Cloverdale for the weekly street fair and music happening on Friday, June 28, from 6-9:30pm.

Friday Blues
Furthermore Wines’ own Chad Richard takes up his ax to head the Rainbow Jazz Collective on Friday night, June 18, at the downtown wine bar. Music from 5-8pm, at Furthermore, 328-A Healdsburg Ave.

Farmers’ Market
The Saturday Healdsburg Farmers’ Market gets underway in the West Plaza parking lot this Saturday, June 29, from 8:30am to noon. This week the Healdsburg Jazz Future All-Stars play for your shopping entertainment.

Gypsy Jazz
Music in the style of Django Rheinhardt with the county’s finest in the genre: Ian Scherer and Emily Froberg on guitars, Trevor Kinsel on bass. Hotel Healdsburg’s Spirit Bar on Saturday, June 29. No cover, partial Dry Creek Kitchen menu available. 25 Matheson St.

Rolling Tumble
Electric Tumbleweed, a psychedelic outlaw country group based in Sonoma County, now five years old, blows into Healdsburg on Sunday, June 30. Tickets $10 at the door, from 6-9pm. The Elephant in the Room is at 177 Healdsburg Ave.,

Monsters of VH-1
Fans of Van Halen (the band) will head to Coyote Sonoma on Saturday night, June 29, starting at 8pm for screaming guitar, dead-on vocals and stage antics by Unchained. The Mill Street venue features Karaoke Thursday and Trivia Night on Wednesdays, too. At 44F Mill St.,

Sundays at the Plaza
Wobbly World plays music without borders at the Gazebo stage on Sunday, June 29, from 1-3pm. No cover, bring a picnic.

Healdsburg Tuesday
Tuesday morning, July 2, the Farmers’ Market (9am to 12:30pm) is open downtown on Plaza and Center streets. Later that same day, the Sorentinos play homegrown rock from Gazebo stage from 6-8pm. Food vendors offer locally sourced food for sale starting at 5pm, complimentary bike valet services available.

Tough Enough
The Fabulous Thunderbirds fly into the Raven Theater on Wednesday, July 3, performing their hits, from “Tuff Enuff” and “Wrap It Up” to more recent work, fronted by their original blues harpist and vocalist, Kim Wilson. Only GA tickets available at $53 (includes fees); the dance floor beneath the stage will be open. Doors open 7pm, music from 8-10pm. 115 North St.,

Duck Dash & Fireworks
Kids parade, duck dash and Independence Day festivities at the Healdsburg Plaza, from 10am to 1pm. Followed later that evening by the annual fireworks show at Healdsburg High, 9pm.

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