Gravenstein Apple Fair

Sweet Family Fun August 12 & 13 at Ragle Park in Sebastopol

Sebastopol, Calif.- Join us August 12 & 13 at Ragle Park in Sebastopol for the Gravenstein Apple Fair! Enjoy heirloom Gravenstein apples, farm-inspired cuisine, local cider, wine & beer, live music, arts & crafts vendors, kids’ activities, games, farm fun, VIP area, contests, and more.

Advance tickets are on sale now. Here are some of the Highlights of the Golden Anniversary bash!


Taste everything Gravenstein at the new Apple Alley: apple pies, apple fritters, apple juice, apple slushies, and lots more! Take home a bag or a box of the celebrated heirloom apple, which is only in season for a few weeks. Apple Alley starts at Dutton Ranch’s apple booth, just inside the main gate.

Ragle Park


Fifteen musical acts will be rockin’ the North Coast Organic Stage and Nor Cal Public Media Stage, including genres like blues, folk, rock, and soul. Lineup includes Poor Man’s Whiskey, Rainbow Girls, The Sam Chase and the Untraditional, Dan Imhoff Band, The Crux, Eki’Shola, Erica Ambrin and the Eclectic Soul Project, Hubbub Club, La Agencia, Love Choir, Royal Jelly Jive, SambaDá, SoloRio & Matt Szemela, Wild Catahoulas, and Wreckless Strangers.


At the VIP Lounge (separate ticket required), enjoy an elevated experience with luxurious Shelter Co tents, prime viewing of one of the main stages, and VIP-only complimentary bar hosted by Dutton-Goldfield Winery, Keltom Roots Wines, Golden State Cider, and Seismic Brewing Co. At the VIP Artisan Tasting Alley, sample uber-local libations and food pairings made by Sonoma County’s favorite farmers, chefs, natural wine sensations, cidermakers, distilleries, brewers, and more.


Relax in the beautiful park setting with more shade, cooling misting stations, and the new Life Opens Up lounge tent to chill out while you enjoy food and drink from our curated lineup of vendors.


We’re so excited for this year’s contests! Sign up for the caramel apple eating, pie eating, and apple juggling contests. Register in advance to bring in your own apple pie recipe and take home the gold at Saturday’s contest, judged by local culinary celebrities including Chefs Preeti Mistry, Liza Hinman, and Leah Scurto, Master Culinary Gardener Tucker Taylor, and James Beard Award-winning consultant and radio personality Clark Wolf. Don your glitziest garb for Sunday’s Golden Anniversary Costume Contest. And strut your stuff at the Rooster Crowing Contest and bring your garden misfits to the Ugly Produce Beauty Contest at the Ag Games!


Truly farm-to-fair, the culinary options are diverse and delicious, from Cajun fusion to poke bowls, Michelin-starred BLTs to plant-based delights, and of course fair faves like ice cream and apple treats.


Your thirst will be quenched with an extraordinary range of libations, from locally grown and made ciders to premium and natural wines, cult craft beers, and more.


The Fair is produced by Farm Trails, so, naturally, there is an entire venue dedicated to Life on the Farm! Head to the Farm Bureau Arena to watch demos on sheep shearing, goat milking, chicken keeping, fermentation, fiber arts, and more. Learn about beekeeping, apple preservation, and composting at the Harmony Farm Supply’s Exhibit Area. Meet llamas, sheep, pigs, goats, horses, and more at Richard & Saralee Kunde’s Farm Yard. Join in the fun with piglet racing and tractor pedal pull at the American Ag Credit Ag Games.


At the Exchange Bank Kids’ Area, children will enjoy free hands-on activities, from making flower crowns, seed balls, coloring, soap felting, sunprinting, to giant bubbles, stilt walkers, old engine displays, and more fun.


We have the highest standards for selecting our arts & crafts vendors so you can shop knowing you’re getting some of the best artisanal goods around! We also showcase specialty food and farm products vendors, many of whom are Farm Trails members. And visit our community vendors for educational materials and activities.


Named “Best Festival” by the Bohemian, the Gravenstein Apple Fair is proud to be over 95% zero waste, and was awarded the first-ever Green Resolution for events by Zero Waste Sonoma! Help us to meet our greening goals by bringing your own refillable water bottle and mug/glass for libations, biking, and carpooling to the fair! The Fair will have lots of filtered water stations, attended bike parking, and free shuttle service.


All proceeds from the Gravenstein Apple Fair support Sonoma County Farm Trails, a nonprofit whose mission is to keep farms forever in Sonoma County.

Tickets now on sale!

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