Magic Mountain Play
Music Festival

Photo from the original 1967 Fantasy Faire and Magic Mountain Music Festival

June 10, 2017 ONLY

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For ONE DAY ONLY, relive the magic of 1967’s Summer of Love! It’s the 50th anniversary
of the first outdoor concert ever, and Mountain Play is celebrating by hosting an
all-day outdoor music festival – to be headlined by Jefferson Starship and followed by a concert version of HAIR!

FESTIVAL SCHEDULE

Gates open at 9:00 A.M.

Main Stage Schedule

11:00 A.M. – Matt Kizer Band (Eclectic blues & soul)

11:45 A.M. – Shelley Doty X-tet (Rock/R&B/Jazz/Funk)

1:00 P.M. – Jefferson Starship

3:00 P.M. – HAIR In Concert

Singer Songwriter Garden:
Featuring the Music of Emerging Female Artists
Olivia Davis, Rose Paradise and More!

Stiltwalkers! Face Painting! Groovy Merchandise!


HAIR In Concert
Book and Lyrics by GEROME RAGNI and JAMES RADO
Music by GALT MacDERMOT
Produced for the Broadway Stage by Michael Butler
Originally Produced by the
New York Shakespeare Festival Theatre
Directed by JEFF WIESEN
Musical Direction by DAVID MÖSCHLER
Choreography by ZOE SWENSON-GRAHAM

This “in concert” version of HAIR will be presented with all the originals songs, scenes, and magic.


Want to learn more about the 1967 Fantasy Faire and Magic Mountain Music Festival?

Check out this Rolling Stones article on the original event: “The Untold and Deeply Stoned Story of the First U.S. Rock Festival”


IMPORTANT JUNE 10 SHUTTLE INFO: Last bus from Mill Valley will depart at 1:45pm. There will be no gear transport for patrons hiking down. There will be one buses leaving the front gate for Mill Valley at 2:30pm and 3:30pm.

Headliner: Jefferson Starship

Jefferson Starship rose from the ashes of another legendary San Francisco band, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees, Jefferson Airplane.

Founder Paul Kantner (who died in January of 2016 at age 74) knew that combining powerful creative forces, personalities and talents could create something far greater than the sum of its parts.

Between 1974 and 1984, Jefferson Starship released eight gold and platinum selling albums, twenty hit singles, sold out concerts worldwide and lived out legendary rock and roll escapades.

“Jefferson Starship was my creation…and it has this nice fluidity about it that allows any number of people to come in and do things with whatever Jefferson Starship is.” – Paul Kantner

Today’s Jefferson Starship remains dedicated to breathing new life into the living catalog of the Jeffersonian legacy, going to the edge, pushing the sonic boundaries and staying true to the original spirit of the music.

Featuring original and historic members David Freiberg (also a founder of San Francisco luminaries Quicksilver Messenger Service) and drummer Donny Baldwin, along with longtime members Chris Smith on keyboards and synth bass, Jude Gold on lead guitar and GRAMMY Nominee Cathy Richardson anchoring the female lead vocal spot made famous by the inimitable Grace Slick. Richardson was invited by Ms. Slick to sing in her place when Jefferson Airplane accepted their Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2016 GRAMMY Merit Awards Concert and Telecast in April.

The band keeps a hectic touring schedule bolstered by several television recent appearances including My Music: 60s Pop, Rock and Soul on PBS and live with the Contemporary Youth Orchestra on AXS Network. The Freiberg-penned 1979 hit Jane is the theme song for the Netflix Original Series Wet, Hot American Summer. In 2014-15, the band played a series of free concerts for America’s Veterans and was awarded a Certificate of Appreciation from the US Department of Defense. Jefferson Starship has traveled the world playing in 20 countries across the globe in the last 3 years alone.

The music that defined a generation and spanned decades is alive and well and more relevant than ever in pop culture- songs such as Volunteers, White Rabbit, Wooden Ships, Somebody to Love, Today, Miracles, Count on Me, Fast Buck Freddie, Jane and Find Your Way Back continue to reverberate throughout the collective consciousness today.