The event, formerly known as the Pisces Party, benefits EPIC’s efforts to restore the forests and watersheds of the North Coast of California. The Pisces Party is a celebration to welcome the coming spring and honor local activists who are working to create a healthy, sustainable forested landscape for flourishing nature and wildlife, and to safeguard earth’s valuable living resources in a changing climate for current and future generations.
In addition to celebrating long-time Pisces activists such as North Coast restoration advocate Richard Geinger as well as Sharon Duggan, Sue Malony, Greta Montagne, Bear Behr, Sam Johnson, Shawnee Alexandri, et al., EPIC will honor the Eel River Clean-up Project for their efforts to clean up trash and abandoned home encampments along the Eel river in Southern Humboldt County. The Eel River Clean-up Project is a collective of committed individuals who have shown remarkable dedication and garnered enormous success over the past several months.
Come early for drinks and a delicious dinner of mouth watering creations from Sue’s Organics!
Moonalice is a band of hippie musicians from California with no label, no manager, no problems, and lots of fans. They’re made up of seasoned players exploring new musical territory with a passion. Bringing their heady brew of roots, rock, rhythm-and-blues, peppered with spirited doses of improvisation and surprise to the North Coast to benefit forest protection and restoration in Northwest California.
Doors open at 6pm for dinner and music by Diane Patterson
Moonalice performs at 8pm
Tickets: $20 for concert, dinner an additional charge TBD
Moonalice is known for integrating multi-sensory experience of lights, visuals, music, art, dance and sound highlighted by extended improvisations in the tradition of the Grateful Dead into every show. A new psychedelic poster is created for each concert and gifted to guests to memorialize the show.
Band members: Barry Sless (Phil Lesh & Friends, David Nelson Band), Pete Sears (Jefferson Starship, Rod Stewart), Roger McNamee (Flying Other Brothers), and John Molo (Bruce Hornsby, Phil Lesh & Friends). Plus manager/road scholar/medicine man Big Steve Parish, the man who was Jerry Garcia’s guitar tech for 25 years introduces every show. For posters, music and videos of all shows visit Moonalice.com
Doors open at 6pm for drinks and a delicious dinner prepared by Sue’s Organics. Opening set by folkadelic, singer-songwriter, Diane Patterson. Diane sounds like a cross between “Joni Mitchell, Ani DiFranco, and a young Pete Seeger.” She is a modern day folk goddess singing the world awake with strong voice, rocking guitar, sweet ukulele, and revolutionary lyrics. Her sincere spirit and wild heart joyfully plant seeds of love and light in every listener.