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MOZART TO NU-METAL & EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN Given its Hometown USA vibe, Petaluma’s live music scene often surprises people with its depth and diversity. And behind it all is a level of community support that adds authenticity to the mix.



Petaluma Swim Center Mural painted by Maria-Jose(MJ) Lindo-Lawyer and her husband Joshua Lawyer. Photo by Katie Gebhardt.

The Petaluma Music Festival is held annually at the Sonoma-Marin Fairgrounds. Proceeds are distributed to Petaluma’s Schools.

Say Hello to Huru

Opening Ceremony October 7, 9:30-11am

Huru is an Australian aboriginal word that means “hello”and “goodbye”. Built in Petaluma in 1984-1985 by world-renowned artist, Mark di Suverno, the monumental sculpture is on display at the Petaluma River Park by the McKegney Family. Lowell McKegney was a lifelong friend and “right hand man” to di Suvero until has passing. Located at 100 East D St. between Petaluma Blvd. & Lakeville St.

Huru, the Mark di Suvero steel sculpture


When you can’t wait to catch a new release, there’s no better theater to relax and enjoy a movie than Petaluma’s Cinema West.

Lots of Free Parking in the Theatre District Parking Garage Advance ticketing online through the theater website.