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Santa Rosa’s Sixth Annual Railroad Square Music Festival 2020 is RSMFtv

Santa Rosa’s sixth annual Railroad Square Music Festival has moved online, and is presenting this year as RSMFtv, taking the magic of this free festival and making it last all summer! Our mission is to showcase Santa Rosa and imagine what it can be, through the eyes of its artists.

RSMFtv is music videos, album reviews, conversations with musicians, a variety of playlists, support for our local businesses, and amplification of resources for folks impacted by COVID and our fires. Look to the RSMF channels for regular content on Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube.

RSMFtv is two hours of North Bay music! Videos, playlists, and more. Our first episode will feature pieces from a variety of acts including Bobby Jo Valentine: Hopeful Earthbound Singer-Songwriter, Rainbow Girls, Kayatta, Nate Lopez – 8-string guitarist, MC Noe Baron, Small Hat, A Future Mouth, Schlee, John Courage, Social Distance Live, Sebastian Saint James, Moonsick, King Dream, Ismay, Rivertown Revival, Eki Shola, Bronze Medal Hopefuls, PRXZM, The Billie Holiday Project Ft. Stella Heath, and Joshua James Jackson!

Presented by Railroad Square Music Festival with help from the City of Santa Rosa.

Voted Sonoma County’s “Best Music Festival” five years in a row by readers of the North Bay Bohemian, the Railroad Square Music Festival is a project of The Lost Church – Santa Rosa LLC and organized by Sonoma County music professionals Josh Windmiller, Isabelle Garson, Bryce David Dow-Williamson, Susy Dugan, Richard Powell, and Colton Silvers.

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