Date(s) - June 12 2022




A beloved Montgomery Village tradition returns, with an eclectic line-up.

A beloved tradition returns with an eclectic line-up of familiar faces and a few new ones! Gather with family and friends for our family-friendly outdoor summer live music series, Village Sounds, benefitting local non-profit partners featuring Sonoma County-based and Bay Area bands – from the 1940s to now and everything in between from pop to swing to rock and roll, blues, and everything in between.

Concerts will take place June 12 through August 21, every other Sunday, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. in Village Court. Table reservations will be required with 100 percent of table reservation sales donated to local non-profit partners.

Grab takeout from your Village favorites to nosh on in the courtyard at the event, or enjoy lunch or dinner before or after on property. Outside food and alcohol is not permitted. Enjoy local rotating nibble pop-ups available at each event for purchase from baked goods to ice cream to charcuterie boxes. Community partner Eagle Distributing has generously donated a wide array of local brews, ciders, seltzers and more, available for purchase at the event with all proceeds benefitting Village Sounds nonprofit partners.

Shop participating Village businesses the day-of who will donate a percentage back to our charitable partners. Village littles can get in on the fun with complimentary children’s activities at each event from face painting to balloon art to sing-alongs.

Table reservations may be made via EventBrite; 100 percent of reservation donations and sips sales will be donated to our local non-profit partners. No outside chairs will be permitted due to limited capacity.

  • Bistro table for two – $25
  • Picnic table for six – $75
  • Table for ten – $125



  • 6.12 – Pop Rocks – Pop Rocks is the ultimate dance band featuring current high energy hits, mixed with the classics from the 80s, 90s, and today from Bon Jovi to Bruno Mars and Whitney Houston, they dig deep into classic dance songs and execute them with style and enthusiasm. Pop Rocks is a core 6-piece dance band.


  • 6.26 – Stax City – Stax City is an old-school horn-driven R&B band based in Sonoma County. They celebrate the music of James Brown, Wilson Pickett, Otis Redding, Al Green, Tower of Power, and many more!




  • 7.24 – Mercy and the Heartbeats – Mercy & The Heartbeats, a dance band comprised of veteran musicians from the Bay Area and beyond. If you’ve got Mercy, then you’ve got all your favorite songs – 70’s and 80’s classics, 90’s singalongs, and the most current radio hits. 


  • *SOLD OUT* – 8.7 – Wonderbread 5 – For over a decade Wonder Bread 5 has been known as the international rock and roll party machine. Wonder Bread 5 is like a group of neighborhood kids that stayed together throughout the years. Best pals who still play for the fun and thrill of it. Performing a never-ending stream of new and up to date material, while always remembering the party anthems from their youth, a setlist from the Wonder Bread 5 will wind you down paths unimaginable to most bands. From the latest hits of this week to classics hits from the 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s and beyond.


  • 8.21 – Pop Fiction – Top party cover dance band in Northern California featuring the 70s, 80s, 90s, and 2000s. Pop Fiction’s extensive song list features hundreds of the greatest hits spanning six decades featuring your favorite 70s disco hits, 80s new wave and rock classics, as well as some of the best alternative, techno, hip hop and club hits from the 90s, 2000s, and 2010s.



  • 6.12 – Sonoma County Pride – The mission of Sonoma County LGBT Pride is to promote equality for all. Working with community leaders they work to support the non-profit community and to preserve and educate the community about the rich LGBT history of Sonoma County.
  • 6.26 – YWCA Sonoma County – YWCA Sonoma County’s overall mission is to end domestic violence through awareness, education and empowerment. Village Sounds donations will be donated directly to “A Special Place Therapeutic Preschool,” the only preschool in Sonoma County offering onsite therapy to children ages 3 – 5 years old.
  • 7.10 – Boys & Girls Club of Sonoma-Marin – Boys & Girls Club of Sonoma-Marin’s mission is to inspire and enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens.
  • 7.24 – Boys & Girls Club of Greater Santa Rosa – Boys & Girls Club of Greater Santa Rosa’s mission is to inspire and enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens.
  • 8.7 – Social Advocates for Youth – Social Advocates for Youth is always there to serve the most vulnerable children, youth, and their families so they can realize their fullest potential to live their best lives.
  • 8.21 – Center for Volunteer & Nonprofit Leadership Marin-Napa – “Secret Santa Program” – The Center for Volunteer & Nonprofit Leadership’s mission is to advance nonprofits and volunteerism by strengthening leadership, encouraging innovation and empowering individuals in our community. Donations raised will be donated to CVNL’s “Secret Santa” program which fulfills the holiday wishes of thousands of people in Sonoma County. They bring together people who wish to help their neighbors in need with others who have few resources to brighten the holidays with generosity.



Eagle Distributing Company was founded by Chet & Gloria Galeazzi in 1958. In 1987 Eagle was relocated to the Airport Business Center north of Santa Rosa, Ca.

In 1989 Partners Charlie Head, Mark Gleason & Mickey Head, along with their business partner Merrill Lynch-St.Louis, acquired Eagle Distributing and the exclusive Anheuser-Busch distribution rights in Sonoma County.

Eagle purchased the exclusive A-B distribution rights for Marin County from the Joe DeMaestri family in 1992 and in 1998 purchased the exclusive A-B distribution rights for Lake county from the Tambirelli family.  In Dec. 2002 Eagle purchased the A-B distribution rights for Mendocino County from Barbara & Harold Madden.

Today Sonoma & Marin counties are serviced from the 60,000 sq.ft. warehouse located in the Airport Business Center. Mendocino & Lake counties are serviced from our 30,000 sq. ft. distribution center in Ukiah, Ca. Our refrigerated warehouses and computer-based order/inventory systems make sure our customers get the freshest, highest-quality beer available.

The Thomas Group LLC consist of: Mickey Thomas Head  – COO, Equity Partner, Charlie Thomas Head  – CFO, Equity Partner, and Mark Thomas Gleason Equity Partner.



  • Is outside food and drink permitted? In order to support Village businesses and our non-profit partners, outside food and alcohol is not permitted.
  • What time do the concerts end? Each concert ends at 6 p.m.
  • Can I bring my dog? Montgomery Village is a dog-friendly property and pups are always welcome. Please keep your dog on a leash.
  • Where can I use the restroom? Public restrooms are available across from Monti’s outdoor dining area next to Talbot’s.
  • Do I need to register for seating? Yes, table reservations are required. All proceeds from table reservations will be donated to our non-profit partners.
  • Do I need to bring my own lawn chairs? No, comfortable seating will be provided for guests. No outside chairs will be permitted to create a safe and comfortable seating arrangement for all guests.