THE EVENT SCHEDULE
ROCKIN RIVER BEER & MUSIC
Saturday, Oct. 17
Due the to Current COVID Restrictions we are not sure that Rockin River beer and Music Festival 2020 will take place. We are working with Breweries putting together swag bags that we will raffle off. We have removed ticket sales for the festival and have added $25 raffle tickets. Our goal is to still raise money for the Non Profit, as all non profits will continue to struggle wtih not being able to have fund raising events. These swag bags will be raffled off live on Oct 17th, 2020. We are not losing hope, but our last day of being able to still have the festival and get the permits needed is Sept 10, 2020. We still hope that those who got tickets will join us next year in the best Rockin River Beer and Music Festival yet to be held! Those that have their tickets will get special shirts made for the 2020 year. Please continue to support the non profit by purchasing these $25.00 raffle tickets. 100% of the money raised will go to Kern Valley Search and Rescue.
We are also hoping that those that have camp sites, still plan on camping as it is the perfect time to camp!!!! Thank you all for your support and patience, we are all in this together.
If we get to have the festival (all depending on COVID and the Govoner of California. The Following will be in place. We will do our best to keep everyone updated.
12pm - V.I.P Entrance & Tasting
1pm - General Admission & Tasting
1-5pm - Bands -
1-5pm - Food Vendors (food not included with admission)
VIP Tickets: $75.00 includes admission, 1 souvenir glass, 1 event shirt, & 1 food ticket.
General Tickets: $55.00 includes admission and 1 souvenir glass.
Food Vendors will be onsite selling various meals.
*21 and older, rain or shine no refunds. Must have valid ID and tickets.
Tickets can be purchased at the gate (10% above online ticket price) if event is not sold out.
BREWERIES COMING SOON!
100% of the proceeds benefit Kern Valley
Search & Rescue
Kern Valley Search and Rescue (KVSAR) is the original Search and Rescue team in Kern County. The team serves the Kern River Valley and surrounding wilderness. KVSAR is located in the most diverse terrain in Kern County that includes many miles of the Kern River, snow capped peaks of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, edges of the Mojave Desert, and Lake Isabella. KVSAR not only provides Search and Rescue services but also plays a vital role in support operations for the Kern County Sheriff's Office. Due to the team's level of expertise and experience, they are often called to assist outlying Search and Rescue units all over Kern County and California. KVSAR members pride themselves in being leaders in safety education of visitors, students, and residents of the Kern River Valley.
Kern Valley Search and Rescue is a 501 (3) (C) non-profit organization and operates solely on the donations from the community.
Our mission is to provide emergency services and public education through dedicated professionals and community partnerships.
Our vision is to be the Search and Rescue Unit most recognized for its training, diversity, professionalism, and community service, while maintaining the ability to respond to incidents in a timely manner and/or provide support to any agency during an emergency.