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3nd Annual CREOLE UNITED FESTIVAL Dunphy Park, Sausalito, Ca. Oct. 17, 2015 Photos courtesy of Dorothy Brown, Kerry Darensbourg, Ellen Gailing, Julia Scott-Jackson
Sausalito is minutes from the Golden Gate Bridge and San Francisco, only 40 minutes from San Francisco International Airport and is serviced by regular ferryboat and bus service. San Francisco International Airport Oakland International Airport San Jose International Airport Sausalito is served by the following transportation. Please contact them directly to find out more information
Driving directions to Sausalito Parking information FROM SAN JOSE 1. Head northwest on N Market St toward W Julian St 2. Turn left onto W Julian St 3. Turn right to merge onto CA-87 N 4. Keep left at the fork, follow signs for US-101 N/San Francisco and merge onto Hwy 101
GRAMMY Nominated Andre Thierry, a gifted composer and accordion virtuoso is collaborating with Performing Stars of Marin, creating a musical project for youth in Marin County. The program combines traditional and newly composed music, exploring the Creole culture and Zydeco, the music of Southwest Louisiana. A relatively new genre of world music, having come about
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Creole United Festival is accessible to all guests with disabilities and there will be disabled parking spaces. CONCESSION STANDS Creole United Festival features concession stands that are accessible for patrons with disabilities. If assistance is required at any of the food service areas, please contact the nearest festival staff. FIRST AID First Aid services provided onsite at venue.
The Festival has no admission fee. Suggested $5 donations (or more if you are able) per person at the entrance are appreciated. All donations help support the Performing Stars of Marin, “Zydeco For Kids” music project. WHAT TO BRING Items allowed in this venue include: Lawn chairs – seats must not be higher than 9″
Additonal Parking information: Sausalito is known for its many beautiful views and scenic hillside locations. But because of the limited parking availability, Sausalito does have an aggressive enforcement program in both the residential and business districts.