The Clean and Sober Music Fest may not have the catchiest name for a music festival, but its intentions are clear. Taking place for the first time on Saturday, Oct. 14, at Mendocino County Fairgrounds in Boonville, the daylong event offers a refuge for substance-free music fans. The premiere lineup features the Real Sarahs, a local Mendocino trio; the Cole Tate Band, a local blues and R&B outfit; Steafnie Keys, who toured with Big Brother & the Holding Company; and others. “It was clear that the time had come for a festival created for people who want to go out and have fun without mind- or mood-altering substances,” says producer and promoter Jeffery Trotter.
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