Seven Sisters is quickly becoming one of SLO County’s favorite lifestyle festivals! The 3rd Annual 7SF is three days of incredible music, new craft breweries and artisan wineries, unique food and retail vendors, outdoor activities, onsite camping, and inspiring experiences!

Bring your own seating—blankets and low-back beach chairs—to all performances. Check back for the list of this year’s activities and workshops. It’s all coming soon!


Friday Night kicks off an amazing weekend of music and craft beer. Stay tuned for announcement of this year’s incredible performers! 

7SF Friday Night Kickoff
3:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Box Office & Gates Open
3:30 pm & 4:00 pm
Bar/Food/Retail Vendors Open
3:30 pm
Tap It Brew Pub Happy Hour
3:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Performer TBA
3:45 pm – 4:55 pm
Performer TBA
5:10 pm – 6:25 pm
Performer TBA
6:40 pm – 7:55 pm
Performer TBA
8:15 pm – 9:30 pm
Infinite Music™ After Hours Campfire Concert
9:45 pm +


7SF Saturday is about FUN in the SUN, and DANCING under the STARS! Listen to an incredible mix of wildly energetic music from five truly incredible bands while tasting from 40 craft breweries, cideries and local wineries. 

7SF Saturday Craft Beer & Music Fest
11:00 am – 9:30 pm
Box Office & Gates open
11:00 am & 11:30 am
Bar/Food/Retail Vendors Open
11:30 am
Tap It Brew Pub Happy Hour
3:30 pm – 5:30 pm
7SF Craft Beer Tasting (& vino, too!)
12:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Performer TBA
12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Performer TBA
1:50 pm – 3:05 pm
Performer TBA
3:25 pm – 4:40 pm
Performer TBA
5:00 pm – 6:15 pm
Performer TBA
6:35 pm – 7:50 pm
Infinite Music™ After Hours Campfire Concert
9:30 pm +



Get it? We’re mixing up a batch of Bloody Marys For a Bloody Merry-Making Sunday. Stay tuned for more spectacular stuff happening on Sunday!

7SF Bloody Merry Sunday
9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Box Office & Gates open
8:30 am & 9:00 am
Bar/Food/Retail Vendors Open
9:00 am
Tap It Brew Pub Happy Hour
9:00 am – 10:00 am
Performer TBA
10:00 am – 11:15 am
Performer TBA
11:45 am – 1:00 pm
Performer TBA
1:30 pm – 3:00 pm


7SF is about the total festival experience offering something for everyone!

In partnership with the festival’s sponsors and nonprofit organizations, the Seven Sisters Fest provides a variety of activities for all ages. It’s all included in the Seven Sister’s weekend experience and we’re kid-friendly, too! Stay tuned for announcement of this year’s fun!

See the 2014 activities below.


Outdoor Morning Yoga
7/12 8:15 with Richard Manuputy
7/12 9:30 with Jennifer Lovas, Yoga Centre
7/13 7:00 guided hike & meditation with Terry Hooker, Yoga Centre
7/13 8:30 with Rachel Hines, Yoga Centre
Richard Manuputy has been practicing Yoga since 1975, having studied asana with Maya Devi, a close student of B.K.S. Iyengar, and also with Natanga Zhander (Shandor Remete). Richard reminds us that the aim of yoga is to still the mind. The movements are geared to deepening the awareness of the energetic body by attunement to the breath and hereby becoming more in harmony with oneself.
Jennifer Lovas My desire is to nurture that inner knowing with all whom I share the beautiful practice of yoga. I am a 2011 graduate from Cal Poly with a degree in Recreation, Parks, and Tourism and completed my 200-hour Teacher Training program through Yoga Centre San Luis Obispo. I look forward to sharing this journey of self-discovery as we learn and grow together.
Terry Hooker brings a unique blend of worldly experience, philosophy and spiritual study. With a supportive and friendly style, his teaching is a fusion of his experience with yoga philosophy and practice, various meditation techniques, including Vipassana and Kriya Yoga meditation, and use of mantras and visualizations.
Rachel Hines If there has been one thing in my life that has brought me peace of mind and happiness, it is yoga. In my classes, my main focus is on alignment to help keep everybody safe as we balance, strengthen and stretch so you come out of class with a heightened awareness of your mind and body and an elevated feeling of wellbeing.

Bird Walk & Talk, Saturday, 8:00 am, Sunday, 7:00 am.
Every wonder why hawks sit in the tops of trees all year long and sparrows only do it for a month? How about why my binoculars are never in focus? What is and why do birds molt (change clothes) during the year? If you have ever laid awake at night wondering about these types of questions, why not join Itinerant Biologist and Tour Guide Greg Smith for a morning walk in the woods doing a little “birding” and getting answers to these questions. Or any other questions that might keep you awake. Meet at the parking lot near the Dog Park, east end of the Park.

Intergalactic Tour of the El Chorro Sky, Saturday, 8:45 pm–10:15 pm
Take an intergalactic tour of the universe without leaving the ground! Discover supermassive black holes, quasars, and supernovae; learn how stars form and why they explode; explore the summer night sky and learn where to find the planets, and so much more! Presented by the Central Coast Astronomical Society.

Take a Hike with an El Chorro Park Ranger! Saturday, 9:45 am, Sunday, 8:30 am.
Moderate hike is 3 miles and takes about 1 hour. Topics: the Chumash Indians that resided here, flora and fauna, and the Morros—our beloved Seven Sisters! Meet at the green gate at the end of the park road (over the bridge to the main festival site and up the road past the dog park).

We’ve Got Worms! Saturday, 10:00 am
Come learn how to be more sustainable at the Zero Waste Park at Dairy Creek Golf Course. Dairy Creek Golf Course strives to become a Zero Waste facility for our community residents, visitors, and other golf courses to learn the practices of Zero Waste Management.
The Zero Waste Park is open to the public year round as a self-guided tour. Josh Heptig, San Luis Obispo County Parks’ Golf Superintendent, will lead the tour and explain how Dairy Creek is changing how people think about golf courses. The Park includes traditional composting, worm composting, compost tea brewing, and the process of taking food scraps and converting it back into food for your table. “Essentially, we take raw materials like food waste, grass clippings, chipped tree debris, or paper products and feed it to our worms or compost it so that it can be turned into a fresh liquid fertilizer called compost tea.”
Learn how to make your home, place of business, and community a healthier place to live and how golf courses can be stewards of the environment and how you can become one too!

Dairy Creek Putting Clinic, Saturday, 10:30 am–11:15 am
This workshop, presented by PGA Member/Director of Golf Kent Lauble, introduces specific putting fundamentals to help you advance your golf skills and game. Attendees will learn putter specifications; putting grip(s); fundamental strengthening; green reading; practice methods; and personal assistance with your stroke. Meet at the putting green at Dairy Creek Golf Course, next door and north of the campground.

Golf Next Door
Adjacent to the Campground, Dairy Creek Golf Course offers a Links-style, 18-hole golf experience featuring elevation changes, rolling hills, and rocky arroyos. With birds of prey, wild turkeys, deer and other wildlife in abundance, this Par 71 layout will leave you with many breathtaking views and a fun, memorable experience. Book an early tee time, then come to the Fest!
Book your tee time online.