The Mystic Theatre will celebrate 25 years (silver jubilee) of hosting prolific music this year. From its humble beginnings in 1992, the North Bay’s premiere music venue has become the staple concert venue in Petaluma.
The Mystic Theatre was built in 1911 and started as host to Vaudeville Theatre, and over the years the venue turned into a movie Theatre bearing various names. Only in 1992 was it converted back into a performance Theatre, the music venue boosts a full bar and restaurant access bringing music goers to it’s art deco doors from all over the valley. The hallmark of downtown Petaluma, The Mystic Theatre can been seen in movies like “American Graffiti” and “Peggy Sue Got Married.”
Thomas Cussins, founder of Ineffable Live, and his team have been curating the line-up and quietly working behind the scenes at The Mystic Theatre for the last two years, to bring great live music to the North Bay. The Mystic’s stage has already hosted renowned acts this year including, George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic, The Revivalists, Bone Thugs n Harmony, Lucero, Matisyahu, Robert Cray, STRFKR, Gregory Alan Isakov, Robin Trower, Ozomatli and Lukas Nelson.
“Anniversaries are always times to celebrate the best of the past while we work and aspire toward the brightest possible future. This year we celebrate the 25th anniversary of The Mystic Theatre and Ineffable Live is proud to continue the tradition of bringing the best line-ups to entertain and promote good music to our community,” remarks Cussins.
Upcoming 25th anniversary shows inlcude Shaggy, Los Amigos Invisibles, The Green, Rising Appalachia, Brothers Comatose and end with Petaluma favorite Tommy Castro ringing in NYE 2018! You can check out the the full line-up at The Mystic Theatre here.