Rainspout Music Festival 2017

Starts:Friday, April 28, 2017  6:00 PMEnds:Sunday, April 30, 2017  5:00 PM

$95 for three-day pass; $45 Dinner & A Show Friday night; call 800-838-3006 or order tickets at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2900737


Yachats Commons

441 Highway 101 N.

Yachats, OR 97498

Event Description:

Tickets have gone on sale for the  Rainspout Music Festival at the Yachats Commons April 28-30. Rainspout 2017 offers a diverse, eclectic collection of musical acts, workshops, dining, dancing, jam sessions, plus a children's show, a sing-a-long and a hootenanny.

Rainspout is sponsored by Polly Plumb Productions and the City of Yachats. The music festival is a musical celebration of spring evolving into summer. Rainspout offers something for everyone, introducing new and exciting musical experiences, alongside some good old-fashioned musical fun.

Friday night, step out to a jazzed-up night of music, dinner, and dancing. Savor a fabulous meal prepared by The Drift Inn Café, while enjoying the Barbara Dzuro Jazz Quartet and the Biondi-Russel Band, featuring a tribute to Etta James starring Joanne Broh on vocals. Jazz, swing and blues; bring your appetite and dancing shoes!

Saturday’s daytime line-up includes performances, workshops,  a sing-a-long, and an all-day jam session. Saturday day time presenters and performers are Mike & Carleen McCornack, The New Folksters, Terry Trenholm, Barb Turrill and Morgan Spiess.
Saturday Night showcases the indescribably entrancing sounds of Betty and The Boy, and the imaginative music and lush harmonies of the East West International Project.

Sunday features a morning jam session, a workshop and a performance and Hoedown with  the Fiddlin Big Sue Band.

Beer, wine, food, beverages, and a variety of refreshments will be available during the festival.

Tickets are available at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2900737
Visit rainspout.org or Rainspout Music Festival on Facebook for more information; email events@yachats.org; or call 541-968-6089.

Polly Plumb Productions (PPP) is a tax-exempt 501(c)3 organization that supports and promotes music and dance performances and art exhibitions in the Yachats area.  PPP programs include: The Yachats Celtic Music Festival (http://yachatscelticmusicfestival.org/) and
The Yachats Pride Celebration June 3-4, 2017 featuring Chris Williamson in concert. Tickets now on sale at www.brownpapertickets.com http://yachatspride.org/.

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