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When and Where


Strawberry Music Festivals take place twice each year, always over Memorial and Labor Day weekends. In 2013 the Spring Festival is Thursday, May 23rd through Monday, May 27th and the Fall Festival is Thursday, August 29th through Monday, September 2nd.


The home of the Strawberry Music Festivals is stunning Camp Mather (elevation 4,520 feet), bordering Yosemite National Park in the Sierra Nevada mountain range of central California. Camp Mather is the City of San Francisco’s family camp and is situated within 350 acres of mountains, meadows and pine forest. Strawberry’s home is nestled on the brink of Hetch Hetchy, the Grand Canyon of the Tuolumne, and also features the natural beauty of picturesque Birch Lake. Located on Evergreen Road just seven miles off Highway 120 near the north entrance to Yosemite National Park, Camp Mather offers the wonders of its Yosemite location to festival goers. For directions to Camp Mather, see the Maps and Directions page. For the layout of the Camp Mather and the festival, take a look at our Festival Orientation page.

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