If you're familiar with Lawnstock, you'll know it's an annual music festival put on by the Zwerdling family to benefit a local child with medical needs. This year the festival is helping Kiarra Plante, who has type III hereditary angioedema, and making its public debut at Perigot Park in Blue Lake at 11 a.m. with the following performers: Ghost Train, Dynasty One, The Detours, The Yokels, That Buckin' String Band, Rachel Beccaria and Nashville native Amanda Fields, though in what order I'm not sure. A $10 bill will get you into this festival with proceeds, of course, going to a great cause. Make sure to thank the Zwerdlings for putting this festival on each year. With live music starting at 1 p.m., the Blocksburg Harvest Faire gets underway at Blocksburg Town Hall with above-mentioned Gun Hill Royals along with The Knights of the Van Duzen, Austin Alley and The Ringo Family Band. It's a free festival, so live it up. The Detours return to the Mad River Brewery Tap Room at 6 p.m. for a free show. Then at 9 p.m. at the Mateel, reggae star Anthony B makes an appearance with support from Altar Tones. An even $30 will get you in for this hot shot in Redway. If Grateful Dead tunes are more up your alley, check out Play Dead at Humboldt Brews at 10 p.m. and for $10.