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Event Details

Saturday, February 25, 2023  NIGHT 2!

Doors: 6pm
Show: 7pm

General Admission Tickets:*
VIP Tickets:*
Include VIP seating + 2 drink tickets
*processing fees may apply

Children 5 & under free (lap seating only)


Sebastopol Community Cultural Center
Main Hall

390 Morris St., Sebastopol, CA 95472

(707) 823-1511
Customer Service hours: M-F 10am-4pm

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Due to popular demand we have added a 2nd night with Bobby McFerrin & MOTION: Circlesongs!

We are thrilled to welcome the legendary Bobby McFerrin to the Sebastopol Community Cultural Center with special guests: Sebastopol’s very own Love Choir dir. by Jim Corbett and Analy High School Chamber Singers dir. by Carl Oser!


To some people, Bobby McFerrin will always be the guy who sang “Don’t Worry, Be Happy”. And he is that guy; he wrote and sang that global number one hit more than twenty years ago. But if that song is all you know about Bobby McFerrin, we suggest the following: Go to YouTube, type in Bobby’s name, sit back and prepare for a serious boggling of the mind.

There you’ll find many delights and some astonishing statistics. You’ll join the millions who have marveled at Bobby’s stunning rendition of the Bach prelude “Ave Maria”. You’ll find Bobby’s shockingly inventive appearance on the NBC music program The Sing Off, his unparalleled interpretations of Beatles songs, his collaborations with everyone from cellist Yo-Yo Ma to pianist Chick Corea to comedian Robin Williams, and his condensed version of The Wizard of Oz. You’ll see him conducting the Vienna Philharmonic and consorting with the Muppets on Sesame Street. You’ll be awed by the way McFerrin brilliantly uses audience participation, most recently to demonstrate the power of the pentatonic scale at the World Science Festival in a performance that became a viral internet phenomenon, seen by over four million people. And that just scratches the surface.

Bobby McFerrin is an eternal seeker, always defying the music industry’s practical impulse to pigeonhole artists. His diversity and range are incomparable. Drawing on all genres, demonstrating matchless improvisational skills and an ability to create new vocabularies on the fly, he never fails to dazzle. Yet his music is always accessible and inviting. What is most telling about the journey through his YouTube entries are the comments from fans old and new. “Beautiful-there’s no other word to describe this music,” said one viewer, while another employed some 30-plus adjectives all meant to convey joy and wonderment. “He is the Johann Sebastian Bach and the Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart of today!” wrote yet another, impressed by Bobby’s endless creativity. Perhaps the statement that sums it up best is this one: “Bobby McFerrin makes me happy!”


Circlesongs is an immersion in sound, creativity, and community. It challenges all participants to play, sing, invent, imagine, and explore. In the circle, we make music, build trust, take risks, and embrace life to the fullest. Every song, every voice has a place in the circle.

The improvisational singing technique called Circlesongs was created by Bobby McFerrin over a lifetime of groundbreaking vocal exploration. The spontaneously composed choral pieces we call Circlesongs invite the deepest listening and sensitivity, using all the vocabulary we know — call and response, global rhythms, soaring melodies, lush harmonies, funny noises, invented language, silence, prayers, and laughter. .

Bobby McFerrin will be holding special Circlesongs sessions at the SCCC for the students of Analy High School!

Visit his website HERE


“Loving the World… One Song at a time”

The Love Choir has been meeting every week for the past 25 years, sing a variety of popular songs from Classic Rock, Country, Gospel, Beatles, Bob Marley and anything that is fun to sing.
The requirements to Be in the Love Choir are 1) Show up with an open loving heart and 2) SING!

Their motto is: Safety in Numbers and Every Body Sings.

They are currently meeting on Mondays at the Sebastopol Grange from 600-8:00pm under the direction of Brother Jimmy Lovejoy.

Visit their website HERE

We look forward to having you join us! Below is information to help you plan your evening with us.

This will be an ALL AGES, seated event. Ages 5 & under seated on a lap are free!


Doors open at 6pm
Show starts at 7pm


There will be two parking lots available, and street parking. All parking is free for the evening. WE HIGHLY ENCOURAGE YOU TO CARPOOL!

    • Main Hall Parking – 390 Morris St
    • Annex Parking – behind 425 Morris St


You will receive a confirmation email with your QR code – that is all you need. If you are not arriving together as a full party – that is FINE! We have all the registered names.

There are no refunds, however if you cannot make it to the show you may transfer your tickets to another person! Simply forward the email with your QR code to them and let them know the name the tickets are under.

If you have any concerns, please email Customer service hours: M-F, 10am-4pm (707) 823-1511.

VIP tickets include VIP seating and 2 drink tickets!


Drinks and snacks will be available for purchase inside the Main Hall. There is no dinner or hot food onsite. No outside food or drink is allowed except for water bottles.


Restrooms available in the Main Hall.


Sonoma County guidelines in place at the time of the event will be followed. Currently masks are not required but recommended. Please see below for more information regarding COVID protocols.


All persons and items entering the Sebastopol Community Cultural Center are subject to search. No weapons, outside food or drink or drugs will be permitted. This is a drug free zone/venue.

Certain types of bags and/or cases are prohibited, including but not limited to:
• Backpacks
• Luggage
• Computer Bags
• Camera Bags/Cases
• Instrument Cases
• Briefcases
• Large Totes and Duffel Bags
• Any Purse or Bag exceeding 12”x12”x6”. Backpack purses must be worn on one shoulder. If a purse is worn as a backpack, it will be considered as such and will not be permitted in the venue.

Patrons with prohibited bags, cases, or other items will asked to return the item to their vehicle.

Items prohibited to enter Sebastopol Community Cultural include, but are not limited to:

      • Firearms of any size or type
      • Other weapons and knives of any size or type
      • Pepper spray, mace, or other chemicals*
      • Animals other than Registered Service Dogs
      • Alcohol, illegal substances, or drug paraphernalia
      • Professional-grade audio, photo, or video recording equipment
      • Cans, bottles, or outside food and beverages


Donate to the Sebastopol Community Cultural Center

General Admission Tickets: $45

VIP Tickets: $75

plus processing fees

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Sonoma County guidelines in place at the time of the event will be followed. Currently masks are not required but recommended.

Anyone who does not comply with the policy in place will not be allowed into the venue.

Please do not attend an event if you are experiencing any unexplained, Covid-19 related symptoms as listed here on the CDC website, or if you have had recent close contact with an individual who is confirmed as having Covid-19.

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The Sebastopol Community Cultural Center supports ongoing programs that have become a part of the cultural identity here in West County, and your support is more crucial than ever. As we continue building community while adapting to new challenges, we rely on your donations to sustain our programming. Thank you for your generosity.

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