Sea Music Festival performers and audience on Hyde Street Pier.
This summer we'll celebrate another long-standing maritime tradition with the Sea Music Festival at Hyde Street Pier. Be sure to join us for a day of heartfelt singing and sweet instrumentals from a talented crew of local musicians and nationally-renowned performers. Join us for a day and evening of traditional music from around the world.
Where: From two stages on Hyde Street Pier, and onboard the historic vessels Balclutha and Eureka.
Admission: Hyde Street Pier and Visitor Center, free. Boarding fees for the historic vessels: Adults, $5, ages 15 and under, free. Free with National Park passes. For more Information call 415-447-5000.
Performers include: Mick Moloney & Dana Lyn, The Johnson Girls, Holdstock & Macleod, Shay Black, Canciones Del Mar, American Center of Philippine Arts, Patrick Landeza, A Thousand Years At Sea, Dogwatch Nautical Band, Simon Spalding, Dan Milner, Salty Walt, Soraya Parker, Talitha Phillips & Michael Aho, Richard Adrianowicz, Riggy Rackin, Joan Wilson Rueter, Jeremy Friedenthal, Valerie Rose, Jason Pollack & Kyle Alden, Kathy Daskal, Billy Higgins, Erin Rose Conner, Dave Nettell, Autumn Rhodes, Ed Silberman, and Stephen Canright.
Download this PDF(56KB) document to find out what time and on what stage the performances will be happening. If you can, print it out and bring it with you. See you on September 12, 2015!
Mick Moloney and Dana Lyn
Photo from Mick Moloney and Dana Lyn
Mick Moloney combines the careers of professional musician, folklorist, musicologist, teacher and arts presenter and advocate. In 1999 he was awarded the National Heritage Award from the National Endowment for the Arts – the highest official honor a traditional artist can receive in the United States. He performs a wide range of songs from the Irish and Irish American experience and is one of the foremost tenor banjo and mandolin players in Irish music.
Dana Lyn is a multi-instrumentalist and composer who has performed at a wide range of venues nationwide including New York's Beacon Theater, Carnegie and Town Halls, as well as Saturday Night Live and the Conan O’Brien Show. Dana also has an extensive background playing traditional Irish music and was featured in two documentaries on traditional Irish music that aired on national television in Ireland. She is also a composer, receiving commissions from a variety of musicians.