Wavy Gravy is groovy as ever! Although a man of few words last Saturday night, he still delighted the sell-out crowd at his 75thbirthday extravaganza at The Craneway Pavilion


The rain held off until the last party-goers got inside the 45,000 sq foot venue on SF Bay in Richmond, near Pt Richmond www.craneway.com  The 500,000 ft architect-designed building was Henry Ford’s largest auto plant on the West Coast in the 1930’s. In 1941 Rosie the Riveter took over making tanks for WWII.  People were free to explore outside spaces, walk along the water’s edge, and take in magnificent City Views across the Bay.  Before, during and after the event,  many people dined next door at Boiler House Restraunt   www.boilerhouserestaurant.com  and Boiler House food and drink stations.

Tie Dye Rules!  

Wavy attracts fans of all ages. Some had not even been born when Wavy was in his prime in the Sixties. It was Woodstock all over again, well, sorta. More than 4,000 people came to see Wavy and support his favorite charity, Seva (service to human-kind) which he co-founded 33 years ago. Their mission? Treat children in Africa and Asia to prevent and cure blindness.  A number of local artists donated art, photography and other items in a silent auction that continued all night long.

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Enjoy some of the Wavy Gravy fans as pictured below:

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