Notorious is renowned California based dance band that is consistently recognized as one of the best groups in the country for weddings (and social events) by Martha Stewart Weddings, Modern Bride, The Knot (voted 'Best Of' for 2017) and many other blogs, websites and wedding professionals (Hey, thank you!). Notorious is packed with glamour, sophistication, style, and fun.
Notorious always brings their A-game high energy show to any event (and their many rave reviews on Yelp prove this) and have done so for hundreds of thrilled clients for over 10 years.Notorious’ demand for high end social events has led to them performing as the headline entertainment for the Opening Night Galas for the Symphony, Ballet and Opera as well as The San Francisco Giants World Series Party.
Notorious is truly customizable to the events needs, whether its a preferred genre of music, customizable set of musicians or aesthetic / visual presentation.
Notorious excels at performing current hits, along with 70s, 80s and 90s classics and Motown, disco, R&B, soul and classic rock. Let’s discuss curating the perfect set of songs for your event!
About this event:
A nonprofit, 501(c)3 organization, the Vintage Festival serves as a celebration of the grape bounty, community spirit and rich community history. Held at the historic Sonoma Plaza, community members near and far gather as one, celebrating the heritage and culture of Sonoma Valley through food, wine and fellowship. Since 1897, community members have touted the Sonoma Valley tradition with this year’s festival marking 122 years of excellence in bringing the community together.
The Valley of the Moon Vintage Festival continues its tradition of philanthropic support to Sonoma’s community projects, raising $40,000 in 2018. California’s longest running festival offers a unique opportunity to experience the arts, taste fine wine and gourmet food, while giving back to the local community.
Each year community organizations, such as Hanna Boys Center, Native Sons of the Golden West and Sonoma Valley High School sports teams volunteer at the festival and in return, receive up to 100 percent of the proceeds.