The Strawberry Fall Music Festival will be held from September 2-6th, 2010 at Camp Mather. Camp Mather is a beautiful camp bordering Yosemite National Park in the Sierra Nevada mountain range. At an elevation of 4,250 feet, you will have beautiful views of mountain ranges, Hetch Hetchy, and Birch Lake.
There are various locations of musical performances at the Strawberry Fall Music Festival. The first is the Amphitheatre which is for workshops featuring main stage artists in a more intimate setting where they can interact with the crowd, the next is Amy’s Orchid Cafe which holds performances after the main stage performers end on Friday and Saturday night. The Birch Lake Stage is mainly geared towards children, but on Sunday, main stage artists play short sets. Music Meadow is where the main stage is.
The Strawberry Fall Music Festival performers are: Keb’ Mo’, Arlo Guthrie, Railroad Earth, Ryan Bingham and the Dead Horses, Martin Sexton, Tommy Emmanuel, The Travelin’ McCourys, Laurie Lewis and the Right Hands, Carolyn Wonderland, Eliza Gilkyson and Nina Gerber, Del Castillo, Marcus James and The Wassonrai, Mollie O’Brien and Rich Moore, Los Pinguos, The Tuttles with A.J. Lee, Girlyman, Genticorum, Po’ Girl, Rita Hosking and Cousin Jack, Kusun Ensemble, and Nell Robinson.
I would encourage you to look around at the main website as performers may get updated. The website to the Strawberry Fall Music Festival is strawberrymusic.com. They also have information on campsites, the orientation of the camp, rules, and other important information.
Directions to the Strawberry Fall Music Festival from their webpage are as follows:
FROM THE WEST (S.F. Bay Area): Highway 580 to 205 to Route 120…
FROM THE NORTH: Take I-5 or US-99 10 miles south of Stockton to Manteca. Turn EAST on Route 120…
…. ONCE YOU GET TO ROUTE 120: Follow signs to Yosemite! Highway 120 makes a left turn in Oakdale, then right at Yosemite Junction, and bear right to stay on Highway 120. Continue on Highway 120 through Groveland. Ten (10) miles after Buck Meadows, turn left on Evergreen Road. Follow Evergreen Road seven (7) miles to Camp Mather.
To see even more directions from different areas, visit their website at http://www.strawberrymusic.com/Festival_Maps_and_Directions.aspx.