SchoolForce’s Save the Music Festival is the largest annual community event in Belmont and raises funds to keep our music programs in Belmont Redwood-Shores Schools by supporting School-Force, the Belmont-Redwood Shores Education Foundation.
Save the Music showcases local bands and performers plus school musicians from local Belmont-Redwood Shores schools. And an epic Battle of the Marching Bands with the Stanford and Cal Davis bands. In addition to music, the festival includes children’s areas, delicious food and beverages from local eateries and gourmet food trucks.
2016 Performance Schedule
Three stages of music featuring:
Save the Music University (STMU) features fun and educational activities run by:
Children’s Area with fun for both younger & older kids:
And don’t miss the great Foods and Beverages provided by:
Location: The Save the Music Festival is held each year in Belmont’s Twin Pines Park, near downtown Belmont businesses. Festival admission is $10 per adult and $5 per child, to help offset festival expenses and ensure that every possible dollar goes to our schools.
In addition, Twin Pines Park’s own Belmont History Museum and Manor Art Gallery will be open for public enjoyment during the Save the Music Festival.
Photos courtesy of Jeff Bartee photography.
Accessibility: Accommodations are made for persons with disabilities in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Additionally, please see our Festival Map for locations of accessible parking and drop-off areas. For more information or for mobility and non-mobility requests, email accessibility@SchoolForce.org with any questions, and please include “Accessibility Accommodations” in the subject line.