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Getting There


Located along Highway 101 and just 70 miles north of San Francisco, Santa Rosa is easily accessible by Oakland International Airport (OAK), San Francisco International Airport (SFO), and Charles M. Schulz Sonoma County Airport (STS). Consult local airport information for flights and rental car details.

Event Location



1350 Bennet Valley Rd., Santa Rosa, CA 95404​

The largest hall of the Sonoma County Fairgrounds, Grace Pavilion is located just 5 minutes south of downtown Santa Rosa. 




















Fairgrounds Map & Parking

























Santa Rosa, CA

Just 55 minutes north of San Francisco, in the urban heart of wine country, you’ll find Santa Rosa. Come and discover this city with a cool vibe in the center of Sonoma County. Santa Rosa is perfect for all there is to see, eat, do, drink, hike, bike, and explore in one of California’s premiere wine growing regions.


A geographically expansive city, the possibilities are endless: enjoy a day at the vineyards, hop around the different local breweries, shop local in the downtown area, eat at one of the endless fine dining restaurants throughout the city and its surrounding areas, or enjoy the breathtaking natural landscape of hills and mountains that frame this beautiful area of Northern California. Your stay here surely will not disappoint and will leave you wanting to come back for more!


Santa Rosa is considered “homebase” of Peanuts cartoonist Charles M. Schulz.


Downtown you’ll find the Russian River Brewing Company, home of the famed Triple India Pale Ale, Pliny the Younger.


Santa Rosa was the filming sight for several movies including Alfred Hitchcock’s “Shadow of a Doubt”, Walt Disney’s “Pollyanna” with Haley Mills, Francis Ford Coppola’s “Peggy Sue Got Married”, and John Carpenter’s horror hit, “Scream” (to name a few).


Santa Rosa has been a host city for the annual AMGEN Tour of California professions 8-day bicycle racing event.


Santa Rosa is the gateway to the famed Sonoma and Napa Valley wine regions, and the Sonoma Coast.


American botanist, horticulturist and pioneer Luther Burbank chose Santa Rosa to establish his home and gardens.


Santa Rosa is also the home of Spirited magazine!

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