The Festival Offers Superb Music All Day Long!


The 2017 Whole Earth and Watershed Festival truly featured “Music Festival within the Festival”! The Sculpture Park campus is large and spread out which allowed us to offer full line-ups of first-class music on 2 distinct stages. Don’t forget to check us out next year for the 2018 Whole Earth and Watershed Festival where we will have another great line up!


The 2017 Miracle Mile Stage

Located in the large fountain area in front of City Hall, the Miracle Mile Stage is sponsored by Miracle Mile Records, our local record label.  The Miracle Mile Stage will feature an exciting line-up of performances by local favorites:

11am   Merit Parcel

11:30am   Nick Ciampi Band

12:30   Mark Perko

1pm   Brendon Alvord Band

2pm   Jim Dyar

                                                          2:30pm   Buckhorn Mountain Stompers

                                                          3:30pm   Honeybee

                                                          4pm   The Brothers Comatose , a nationally recognized touring act will offer the final headliner performance of the day!

Miracle Mile Records is a boutique, independent record label supporting independent artists who continue to produce amazing work. Established in 2014, in Redding, California, Miracle Mile Records hosts a founding roster of artists and albums. Miracle Mile Records objective is to expand the opportunities and showcase the talents of our artists and bring on new projects and musicians under this collective umbrella and community both regionally and globally.

Bring your friends and neighbors, sit at a table or on the grass, grab some food from one of the delicious food vendors or a cool drink at the Fountain Bar and Beer Garden and kick back and enjoy a day of music you won’t find anywhere else!

The Community Stage

Located in the heart of the Sculpture Park, the Community Stage offers more incredible music for Festival goers from 11am to 5pm.

11am Redding School of the Arts Strings

Noon  Redding School of the Arts Choir

1pm Poetry Jam!  Sponsored by the Shasta College Office of Access and Equity Bring your favorite original poem and let’s JAM!

2 – 2:20pm Intertribal Youth Council Dancers

2:30 – 3:10pm  Feral Tortie Band

3:20- 4pm  Stormy Weather Band

4 – 4:15pm  California Dance Company

4:15 – 4:45pm  Open Mic with Local Students

4:45 – 5pm:  Black Widow Belly Dance Performance

The Community Stage is set in a grassy area making it an easy and comfortable spot to enjoy music, talk with friends, while sampling fantastic food and drink from our Festival food vendors!





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