Shuttle Service starts at the Adorni Center and runs Thursday from 5:30 pm until 10:30 pm. Friday NOON to 11:30 pm - Saturday 11:30 am to 11:30 pm - Sunday 10:00 am-8:30 pm
1 ADORNI CENTER 1101 Waterfront Drive • SPONSORED BY GEORGE PETERSEN INSURANCE AGENCY & CHEVRON
This beautiful venue serves as Festival Headquarters beginning at 1:00 pm on Friday. It is our second largest venue and has the scenic surroundings of Humboldt Bay. Inside the venue sports a professional, master dance floor made possible through the fundraising efforts of community and local dance groups. This facility was made possible through the generosity of Harry and Hazel Adorni. www.ci.eureka.ca.gov/depts/recreation/adorni_center.asp FOOD: Humboldt Bay Burgers - Burgers, Chicken, Sandwiches VENDORS: Music Festival merch / Glass Slipper Dance Shoes / Paparazzi Accessories The Inn at 2nd & C is home to the Eagle House Ballroom, and is one of Eureka's premier historic properties located in the heart of the Old Town District. This beautiful property has been restored and rennovated by new owners, and it's fantastic! The ballroom features a stained glass ceiling and wrap-around balcony with seating. The setting is like an intimate jazz or blues club with dancing on all-wood floors. This is a classic victorian hotel, so you can also take advantage of one of the beautiful rooms and walk out your door into this wonderful historic performance venue. www.historiceaglehouse.com FOOD: Phatsy Kline's - Tapas / Tavern 1888 - Elevated Coastal Cuisine www.historiceaglehouse.com/phatsy-kline · historiceaglehouse.com/tavern1888 The Eureka Theater is an Art Moderne–style cinema built in 1939 by theater magnate George M. Mann. The theater was designed by noted San Francisco designer William B. David who had worked in the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Art Department in the mid-1930s. The Eureka Theater was considered an ultra-modern movie theater when constructed in 1939, and was an expression of optimism and confidence in Eureka and Humboldt County, California as they pulled out of the Great Depression. The theater is currently undergoing restoration and is a valued Eureka historical venue. www.eureka-theater.org FOOD: Taco Brothers - Mexican · www.facebook.com/tacobrothers The Morris Graves Museum of Art resides in the historic Carnegie building. It is a wonderful part of Humboldt County's past, present and future. We are happy to offer this beautifully restored architectural treasure as a venue for the festival. It's an intimate performance venue with room to dance on the all wood floors. The building has two entrances and elevator service to all three levels. The rotunda and atrium areas are used as the venue and there are adjoining gallery rooms with art on display. Festival musicians love this intimate venue, and we think you will, too! www.humboldtarts.org FOOD: Taco Brothers - Mexican Food · www.facebook.com/tacobrothers
2 HISTORIC EAGLE HOUSE 139 Second Street • SPONSORED BY VINEYARD OFFSHORE
3 HISTORIC EUREKA THEATER 412 G Street • SPONSORED BY SCHMIDBAUER LUMBER CO.
4 MORRIS GRAVES MUSEUM OF ART 636 F Street • SPONSORED BY HAIDER AJINA, WELLS FARGO ADVISORS
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